Full time

Material Handler/Truck Driver (DOT)

Philadelphia, Mississippi, United States
Company: The Taylor Group, Inc
Industry type: Manufacturing
Start date: As soon as possible
Description
Primary Accountabilities:

Makes parts deliveries between SSI DOC and Louisville Plant.
Ensures load is secures and all paperwork is correct and in order.
Delivers interdepartmental mail between the two facilities to the appropriate personnel.
Operates equipment such as Forklift, Overhead Crane, Combilift, etc.
Ensures company truck is clean and scheduled maintenance is performed when needed.
Assists in the shipping area when not making deliveries.
Keeps work area clean and organized.
Performs all duties and areas of responsibility in accordance to established operational procedures to ensure efficiency, quality and conformance to applicable DOT, OSHA and EPA regulations.
Requirements / Skills
High school education or GED equivalent.
Three to five years job experience or equivalent in demonstrated experience and ability.
Valid CDL Class A driver's license.
Must be insurable by corporate insurance carrier
Acceptable driving record as defined by DOT regulations.
Must meet the physical requirements established by the DOT.
Ability to work with limited supervision.
Job requires stooping, bending, climbing, and capability of lifting up to 50 pounds.

Basic computer skills.
General knowledge of Taylor Parts System would be a plus.
Must be able to operate Forklift and Combilift.
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