Samuels and Son Seafood, the nation’s leading purveyor of fresh and frozen seafood has a unique and exciting opportunity for a driver. This position is designed to operate a box truck weighing under 26,000 pounds to deliver seafood and related items to customers within Baltimore/Washington D.C. delivery area. This position offers: the opportunity to work in a fast-paced, growth-focused culture, an opportunity for continuous advancement within the organization offering competitive compensation and benefits package.
Summary of essential job functions:
Functions include, but not limited to the following:
Prior to trip, inspects vehicle including visual inspection of tires, windshield, and equipment.
May check fuel gauges and record mileage.
Receives delivery list from dispatcher and transports seafood to customers within the Baltimore/Washington D.C. area
May transport items to customers such as restaurants, grocery stores, and institutions.
Utilizes delivery manifest to select items to be delivered from refrigerated trailer.
Climbs into truck using step bumper to access items in truck, lifts and carries items from truck into customer storage areas.
May need to negotiate steps, walkways, and storage areas to place items in customer refrigerated or freezer areas.
Delivery driver accepts payment or signature for items delivered.
Checks items against customer order and notes any discrepancies.
High School Diploma or GED
Valid driver’s license with clean MVR and Background
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Pushing product through the streets of Philadelphia, Guiseppe was a young fish monger with a dream. Moving from Sicily, Italy, Guiseppe envisioned owning and growing his seafood business to provide for his family in America. Working day and night, he devoted his life to catering to his customer’s seafood needs. Slowly but surely his business grew and so did his family. Guiseppe, his wife Concetta, and their four children all worked hard together to establish Ippolito’s, Philadelphia’s corner seafood retailer. Guiseppe was a hardworking man and he was my grandfather.
At the age of 13, my mother Rose, my grandfather’s eldest child, managed the store on 13th and Dickinson. She soon became immersed in the seafood business, buying and selling with her father. She eventually ran the whole business. As business was booming, our growth increased and so did our family. Everybody in our family worked in the business; my uncles, aunts, cousins, and myself. No one was exempt, and we soon found seafood to be our entire family’s way of life. We worked, ate, and loved seafood.