TRASH TRUCK DRIVER 2
Description: Miami-Dade Countyneed a TRASH TRUCK DRIVER 2 immediately starts from Thu, 04 Jan 2018 07:42:46 GMT, this position will be placed in Florida.
For more detail information about this job vacancy please read the description below. If interested in this position, please email us your resume, along with salary requirements and a cover letter to Miami-Dade County starts from Thu, 04 Jan 2018 07:42:46 GMT.
Continuous employment, permanent status and two (2) years of acceptable on-the-job performance as a Waste Attendant 1, Waste Attendant 2 or Waste Collector and successful completion of the Department’s Trash Truck Driver 2 Training Program is required. Must possess a valid CDL/Class A.
Continuous employment, permanent status and two (2) years of acceptable on-the-job performance as a Trash Truck Driver 1 or Waste Truck Driver. Must possess a valid CDL/Class A.
Two (2) years of experience operating medium or heavy-duty automotive equipment, such as tractor-trailers, automated or manual garbage trucks, large dump trucks, passenger buses or similar equipment is required. Must possess a valid CDL/Class A license.
NATURE OF WORK:
This is skilled work in the operation of tractor trailers. Employees in this class operate large carrier vehicles having a large gross vehicular weight when loaded. Incumbents transport solid waste from a transfer station to a designated disposal site in the metropolitan area. Incumbents are responsible for the safe and efficient operation of the equipment as well as making the necessary maintenance checks. Work requires skill and dexterity in operating large trucks on residential streets or public highways. Supervision is received from a supervisor who assigns schedules and advises on equipment operational requirements.
Qualified applicants will be subject to a screening process including, but not limited to:
a) Verification of the current status of commercial driver license.
b) Review of the entire driving record (State of Florida and current/previous employers).
c) Structured interviews, background checks, employment verification, to include attendance and disciplinary records, and a performance assessment.
Candidates may be assigned to work weekends, holidays and various shifts (to include nights) and at various locations. Employees in this classification are considered essential employees and are required to work in emergency situations such as Hurricanes, Tropical Storms and other emergencies.