F/t Delivery Driver, Concord, Ups

Published 2022-08-17
Expires 2022-09-17
ID #1130920457
F/t Delivery Driver, Concord, Ups
Canada, Ontario, Concord,
Published August 17, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: F/t delivery driver

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Concord, Ontario Canada

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Explore your next opportunity at a Fortune Global 500 organization. Envision innovative possibilities, experience our rewarding culture, and work with talented teams that help you become better every day. We know what it takes to lead UPS into tomorrow—people with a unique combination of skill + passion. If you have the qualities and drive to lead yourself or teams, there are roles ready to cultivate your skills and take you to the next level.

Job Description:

Position Summary:

The Package Delivery Driver position is a physical, fast-paced, outdoor position that involves continual lifting, lowering and carrying packages that typically weigh 25 - 35 lbs. and may weigh up to 70 lbs. Package Delivery Drivers must have excellent customer contact and driving skills. Qualified applicants must have a valid driver’s G or higher license issued in the state of Ontario. Package Delivery Drivers are expected to comply with UPS appearance guidelines and wear the company-provided vest/uniform.

Job Type: Full-Time

Work Location: 2900 Steeles Avenue West, Concord, ON L4K 3S2

Workdays: Monday to Friday or Tuesday to Saturday

Shift Start: 9:00AM (Flexibility required)

Shift Duration: 8-10 hours per day

Responsibilities and Duties:
Deliver and pick-up packages in an efficient and effective manner
Follow and execute company-established safe/defensive driving methods
Assist with loading/unloading the trucks as required
Record, track and maintain information about delivered packages

Ability to lift up to 70 lbs. (32kg)
Ability to read and navigate with maps/map books
Valid Ontario G Driver’s License
Clean Driver’s Abstract showing:
a) No violations for the current year (last 12 months) and no more than 2 violations for the previous 3-year period (last 36 months)
b) No accidents and maximum 5 demerit points for the previous 3-year period (last 36 months)

Compensation and Benefits:
Wage: $20.00/hr ($ 17.00/hr + hourly bonus $3.00/hr)guaranteed wage progression through Union Collective Agreement - $35.78 per hour after seniority plus 48 months of service.

Immediate access to UPS ‘Employee Discounts’ upon hiring

Paid training

Opportunity for advancement within a Fortune 100 Company

Free parking

Overtime pay
Health, dental, vision, and life insurance (after 1 year) with Manulife
Working Conditions:
Exposed to hot/cold temperatures when working outdoors.
Wear a company-provided vest and adhere to the company’s Appearance Guidelines.

Of Note:
In our industry, this position is also known as Courier, Delivery Driver, Personal Vehicle Driver, etc.

UPS Canada is a diverse and equal opportunity employer. Please advise our HR representatives if workplace accommodation is needed. Thank you for your interest in UPS Canada.

UPS Canada is a diverse and equal opportunity employer. Please advise our HR representatives if workplace accommodation is needed. Thank you for your interest in UPS Canada.

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