To safely and efficiently conduct pickups and deliveries to/from World Courier client facilities, World Courier facilities, and area airports.
We are World Courier, an AmerisourceBergen Company; World Courier is a provider of premium logistics services and the leading global specialty supplier of transportation, storage and distribution services for multinational biopharmaceutical clinical trials. With more than 2,500 employees in more than 50 countries, we combine our global reach with a local presence. Must have and maintain a current valid Class A or B Commercial Driver's License 3:00 pm- 11:00 pm including 1 weekend
- Must maintain a valid health card as required by the DOT
- Vehicles must be kept clean and supplies organized
- Meeting deadlines for local pick ups and deliveries.
- Following special pick up and delivery instructions.
- Tendering and recovering shipments from the airports.
- Complying with cold chain management instructions.
- Maintaining the amount of petty cash given.
- Maintaining a daily vehicle log, perform pre-trip inspection and fill out DOT log book and work manifest.
- Maintain compliance with all DOT rules and regulations
- Obtaining shipment damage reports, when necessary.
- Remaining in constant communication with Dispatch department.
- Demonstrate the ability to load/unload, secure load, and obey highway traffic regulations.
- Must be willing to travel to any and all sites without exception (including staying away from home if necessary).
- Must be available for some overtime as some of the driving distances cannot be handled in a typical 8 hour work day.
- Continually lifting, lowering, and sliding packages weighing 80-100 lbs. Drivers are required to be physically fit
- General driving knowledge of the airports and area
- Dangerous Goods training
- TSA training
- Cold chain training
- Live animal handling
- Professional demeanor.
- Temperature monitor training
- Good communication skills
- Understanding of all applicable Standard Operating Procedures.
- No more than 3 moving violations and or accidents in the past 3 years
- No more than 2 moving violations and or accidents in the past year
- Drivers should have no "major convictions" within last 5 years:
a. "Major convictions" include:
- i. Driving while intoxicated or "under the influence" (DWI or DUI)
- ii. Leaving the scene of an accident
- iii. Careless or reckless driving violations
- iv. Homicide or assault through the use of motor vehicle
- v. Attempting to elude a police officer
- vi. Drivers who have a suspended or revoked license or those who have had 3 or more license suspensions in the past
Posting ID: 559416707Posted: 2020-06-03