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Mid Oregon Personnel

CDL Driver

Business: Mid Oregon Personnel
Weekly Hours: Full-time
Hourly/Salary Range: Pay: $1,500.00 – $2,000.00 per week
Posting Date: 06/18/2024

Job Description:

Job description
Duties / Responsibilities:


· Completes and maintains daily truck log, accurately and completely.

· Maintains accurate reporting of all expenses and receipts associated with the day to day use of company credit and fuel cards.

· Completes IFTA reports manually and electronically as required.

· Reports all unsafe conditions regarding the use of company equipment.

· Secures required customer signatures on all shipping documents including load sheets, and/or any other required documentation.

· Enters daily time within the computer system.

· Uses in cab truck computer for dispatching purposes and enters load and fuel information as required.

· Ensures entire vehicle is clean and meets professional standards, and meet all regulations established by operating authorities such as FMCSA and USDOT inspections.


· Reports to work as required to complete job assignments; early or late hours and/or weekends may be required to fulfill the job responsibilities of this position.

· Works with the manager to ensure implementation of agreed-upon changes.

· Maintains paperwork to include receipts and and/or any necessary documentation.


· Meets the needs and requests of the customer in a professional and courteous manner.

· Acts as an ambassador for the company to ensure highest customer service satisfaction.


· Conducts daily Driver Vehicle Inspections required by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and USDOT.

· Performs minor repairs and preventative maintenance to transport equipment to ensure vehicle is in safe operating condition and ready for next-day business to include fueling and pre-loading whenever possible.

· Learns and understand transport equipment thoroughly to ensure safe operation.

· Inspects all machinery and equipment for damage at time of pick up. Document findings and submit damage information to sales and/or service personnel as necessary.

· Applies knowledge and understanding of USDOT, FMCA, state, local and municipal rules and regulations governing the transport of company products.

· Loads and unloads company products safely and according to all laws and regulations.

· Navigates weight restricted highways and curfew governs roads as required for oversize and overweight load dimensions.

· Other duties as assigned.

Physical Demands:

· Must be able to communicate with others via phone, email, and in person. Must be able to exchange accurate information with others.

· Constantly works in an indoor, temperature-controlled, sealed-window office environment.

· Work primarily involves sitting / standing.

Travel Requirements:

· Often, some overnight stay required to Home Building Facilities located primarily in OR, ID, WA, CA, AZ, NV.

· No ride alongs.

Qualifying Driving Experience Requirements

· Meet the minimum qualification requirements as prescribed in part 391.11 and 391.41 of the FMCSR.

· Minimum age – 21 years

· Must possess a valid class A commercial driver’s license (CDL) for the type of vehicle to be driven.

· All driver applicants must have a satisfactory safety and work record, be medically qualified, and be qualified through the Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse.

· Must have a minimum of twelve (12) consecutive months within the last 36 (36) months of current and verifiable driving experience in the type of vehicle to be driven.

· Being able to speak, read and write English.

· No conviction of more than three (3) traffic violations in the past 36 months.

· No convictions of a serious traffic or moving violation as defined in Part 383.5 of the FMCSR in that past three (3) years.

· No involvement in a preventable DOT recordable accident in the past three (3) years. Not more than tow (2) preventable incidents during the past three (3) years.

· No involvement in a preventable overturn/rollover accident.

· No conviction of reckless driving in any type of vehicle within the last 36 months.

· No violation of any DOT alcohol and/or substance abuse prohibitions as prescribed in the FMCSR and/or Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse.

· No conviction of driving under the influence of alcohol or controlled substances in a commercial motor vehicle – ever.

· No conviction of possession or transportation of alcohol or controlled substances in a commercial motor vehicle – ever.

· Ability to pass a pre-employment criminal background check.

Schedule: Sunday-Friday

Pay: Contract Rate of Pay plus per diem


Interested in other Central Oregon jobs? Check out our website: www.midoregonpersonnel.com

Job Type: Contract

Pay: $1,500.00 – $2,000.00 per week

Trucking driver type:

Company driver
Solo driver
Trucking home time:

Home weekly
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Work Location: In person


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