Safely meeting our customers’ expectations is what separates us from our competition. If you are looking for a career that gives you predictable and consistent routes while operating modern safe equipment, and being home every night, this is the career for you.
Don’t wait another day to join over 1700 family members with 10 plus years with AAA Cooper Transportation!
Combo Drivers are responsible for managing the loading, unloading, and sorting of freight and are key to ensure that our customers' freight is delivered on time and damage free. As a full-time AAA Cooper Transportation employee, you will enjoy benefits such as:
Health, Dental and Vision Insurance
401k with company match
Company paid life insurance
Long Term Disability
Dependent Life Insurance
Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance
Weekly direct payroll deposits
Safety and Performance Rewards Program
Tuition Reimbursement Program
Employee Assistance Program
Load and unload trailers and move freight across the terminal dock, either individually or with assistance of co-worker, with or without mechanical freight handling equipment, as required.
Load freight to and from dock and trailers according to specifications of Bills of Lading, delivery receipts, packaging labels, etc.
Plan the loading of freight onto trailers to fully utilize available space and minimize the risk of damage.
Hook and unhook trailers from tractors, including cranking lever to raise and lower landing gear.
Inspect equipment for defects and safe operating condition as required by state/federal laws and AAA Cooper.
Fuel trucks, tractors, and other company equipment.
Clean, sweep and wash dock, trailers, yard, tractor and other work areas.
Perform safe and legal operation of commercial motor vehicles.
Perform all other work related duties as assigned.
High school diploma or equivalent
21 years or older
Class A Interstate Commercial Drivers' License
Pass DOT pre-employment drug screen and DOT physical
Satisfactory background check
Pass ACT road test
Have the ability to be certified as a forklift operator
Be familiar with proper procedures for handling hazardous materials.
Perform all duties in accordance with company policies and procedures, and comply with all federal, state and local regulations that govern a safe work environment.
Read, write, speak and understand English well.
Count, add, and subtract digits up to 10,000's.
A dockworker must have the ability to:
Perform frequent actions such as: squatting, bending, twisting, turning and reaching overhead.
Enter and exit trailers as many as 40+ times per day with the assistance of various handholds and steps.
Perform frequent pushing and pulling of freight up to 500 lbs. on a dolly or cart, as well as, freight weighing more than 100 lbs. with or without mechanical aid.
Frequently carry freight weighing up to 110 lbs. of varying size and shape up to a distance of 53 feet.
Spend up to 85% of the day standing and/or walking on surfaces such as concrete, wood, or metal.
Hook/unhook various commercial vehicle combinations, manually lower and raise landing gear, operate the fifth wheel release lever, and open and close the cargo door.
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