Details for COMMERCIAL PRINT DRIVER
COMMERCIAL PRINT DRIVER Department: Packaging Reports To: Production Manager 1.Schedule- Primary schedule is Tuesday evenings /nights for a 5-8 hour shift. Additional shifts may be requested during the week depending on workload. 2.Overview of Job Responsibilities- The commercial driver is a part time position and works less than 30 hours per week delivering newspapers to outlets in Skagit, King, Snohomish, Whatcom, and Island County. Applicants must be available to work evenings and holidays as the job necessitates. 3. Minimum Qualifications- * High school diploma or equivalent * Good communication skills * Valid driver's license * Attention to details * Ability to pass background check 4. Preferred Qualifications- Previous experience as delivery driver and use of liftgate box truck. 5. Essential Functions- * Loading and unloading box truck of pallets of printed material. Pallets may weigh several hundred pounds. With the use of a pallet jack, materials must be moved over varying terrain (mild incline, cracked cement). * Read, write and speak English at a professional level. * Observe, memorize, record and recall detail. * Stand or sit for extended period of time in various settings. * Maintain a calm, objective and professional demeanor. * Perform mathematical calculations at a high school level. * Work collaboratively in a team environment to meet customer needs. * Work successfully with others in a busy, deadline driven environment. * Maintain regular attendance * Interact successfully with others in a business setting. * Accept written and verbal direction from supervisors * Communicate effectively over a telephone 6. Additional Job Functions- 7. Work Environment- * The commercial driver works mostly outdoors driving from location to location. * Frequently lifts 20 pound bundles and may lift up to 60 pounds. The Statements contained in the job description reflect general details as necessary to describe the principal function of the job, the level of knowledge and skill typically required and the scope of responsibility, it should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned, including work in other departments to cover absences or relief, to equalize peak work periods or otherwise to balance the work load.