Dz Driver - Waste Truck, Ottawa, Ottawa, Staffmax

Published 2022-09-29
Expires 2022-10-29
ID #1191575532
Dz Driver - Waste Truck, Ottawa, Ottawa, Staffmax
Canada, Ontario, Ottawa,
Published September 29, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Dz driver - waste truck, ottawa

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Staffmax is hiring DZ drivers of all experience levels! This position has the opportunity for further growth and exposure in other areas of the business as well as a supportive team environment.

The Driver is responsible for the hauling of customer waste from our various client's job sites.

This is a physically strenuous position that involves loading for half the day, and driving for the other half.

Pay Rate: $26.50 - $32.00 PLUS 4% vacation pay and incentives
Day Shifts: 6am start, Monday - Friday with overtime opportunities

• Operation of dump truck
• Responsible for daily pre and post-trip inspections.
• Complete an assigned daily route as assigned by the Operations Manager.
• Perform driver check-ins at day’s end to ensure complete and accurate paperwork completion.
• Ensure assigned routes are completed in a timely and safe manner.
• Ensure that all protocols are followed while dumping loads at municipal waste facilities.
• Hand bombing of waste for half of your shift

• AZ/DZ license required
• 1-2 years driving experience in a transportation sector an asset
• Experience driving a manual transmission is considered an asset
• Strong communication and interpersonal skills
• Strong customer focus
• Proven ability to multi-task & ability to prioritize tasks
• Knowledge of industry as an asset
• Manual dexterity, ability to lift 50+ lbs. required

We thank you for your interest. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted

Contract length: 3 months

Job Types: Full-time, Temporary

Salary: $26.50-$32.00 per hour

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