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Code 10/14 logistics Drivers required

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Posted Apr 29, 2017 | Hits: 450
Province: Gauteng
City: Johannesburg
Industry: Restaurant & Food
Job Type: Permanent
Work Experience: Less Than 1 Year
Code 10/14 logistics Drivers required

Position Summary:

The Warehouse/Driver will perform all tasks required in the completion of all phases of product handling. This individual will also complete all work through adherence to product specification, company policy and procedure and accepted standards.

Essential Functions: 1. Perform all assigned duties safely. 2. Complete production orders accurately and safely in a timely manner. 3. Provide deliveries to customers in a safe and timely manner while strictly following policies spelled out in the Driver Handbook (including pre-trip, inspections, log books, safe driving, etc.). 4. Keep all drivers certification documents ready and available for display at all times. 5. Accurately pull and stage product for customer pickup and load, avoiding damage delivery trucks, trailers, and customer vehicles. 6. Review and inspect loaded material for accuracy with the dealer prior to them signing for the material. 7. Unload and accurately receive incoming product; includes inspecting for and reporting damage to management. 8. Ensure good housekeeping practices. 9. Courteous, customer service oriented attitude.

to apply send your full name and keyword driver to 063-028-4068
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