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NOTE: CBBC is a Drug/Tobacco Free Workplace. , if you make use of tobacco products please do not apply.


Position is based in North Lakeland, Florida.

The Spotter Driver accountables for operating trucks to move transport equipment around a warehouse facility, storage backyard, or similar area. The spotter driver also moves item around the warehouse center and unloads and loads trucks, utilizing equipment such as a forklift.

The physical needs and work environment attributes described right here are agent of.
those that must be met by a worker to effectively carry out the critical functions of this task. Affordable lodgings may be made to allow individuals with handicaps to perform the.
crucial functions.

Physical needs: sitting; standing; talking; hearing; listening; seeing computer system monitor; regular maneuvering of body including pressing, pulling, walking, kneeling, bending, stooping; frequent use of hands and arms in reaching, handling or controling objects or controls; ability to lift and/or move up to 90 pounds.

Work environment: outdoor and indoor workplace (depending upon assignment and in all.
weather conditions); moderate sound levels.

Task candidates need to grant and pass a pre-employment drug screen and satisfy all DOT physical and clinical requirements.


1. Check automobiles prior to driving them to make sure mechanical, security, and emergency devices.
is in appropriate working order.
2. Maneuver trucks into loading or unloading positions, following signals from loading team as.
needed; check that car position is right and any unique loading devices is appropriately.
3. Protect loads for transportation utilizing ropes, blocks/barriers, straps, or covers.
4. Report automobile defects, accidents, traffic violations, or damage to vehicles quickly to.
5. Couple and uncouple trailers by changing trailer jack positions, disconnecting or connecting.
air and electrical lines, and controling fifth-wheel locks.
6. Inspect conditions of trailers after contents have actually been unloaded to ensure there has been no.
7. Crank trailer landing get ready and down to securely protect automobiles.
8. Clean and remove any debris from trailers after loading and dumping is completed.
9. By hand or mechanically load and discharge items from transportation vehicles.


1. Senior high school Diploma/GED or equivalent experience.
2. Valid government provided Class A Commercial Driver License (CDL).
3. Medical accreditation as accepted and offered by DOT licensed doctor.
4. Good dental and written communication skills.
5. Great organization skills-- prioritize work tasks and manage work time.
6. Standard skills in use of computer systems and software programs.
7. One (1) Forklift driving experience.

Preferred Qualifications.

1. Professional diploma or Certificate of Completion of truck motorist training school.
2. 2 (2) years job-related driving experience, knowledge and/or abilities.

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