• Driver- Day Shift

    Job Locations Jacksonville, Florida, United States
    Posted Date 6 days ago(1/10/2019 11:21 AM)
    Requisition ID
    # of Openings
    1st shift
  • Overview

    Do you enjoy driving new cars? Are you a problem solver with mechanical aptitude?
    Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics is looking for motivated people to join our team as a
    Driver. Working for WWL, a premier logistics partner to auto and heavy equipment manufacturers, you will be responsible for moving and tracking vehicles.

    Job Description

    Job Duties:
    * Place protective coating on vehicles in compliance with specified procedures.
    * Perform buy/scan of vehicles to transfer status.
    * Place throw-in items in vehicles as specified.
    * Drive units to and from the customer and WWL VSA facilities as necessary.
    * Perform all functions of the PDT (location scanning) for the assigned account.
    * May locate and identify misplaced units.
    * Verifies that label matches VIN plate and work order.
    * Prints label, hangs in vehicle. May place other stickers as needed.
    * Adheres to all safety and vehicle damage prevention procedures, including speed limits, uniform and personal protective equipment requirements.
    * Other duties as assigned, including cross-training and assisting in other positions within the job/pay grade.

    Job Requirements

    * Must be able to drive vehicles with manual or automatic transmissions.
    * Must have a valid driver's license and a good driving record.
    * Strong work history (including good attendance and good safety record).
    * Must be able to identify mechanical problems as needed.
    * 50 pound lifting requirement.
    * Must demonstrate the ability to carry out specified work procedures and follow directions given by supervisors and lead personnel.
    * Must be a self starter with the ability to perform in high pressure and dynamic situations.
    * Must be proactive and have the ability to think globally.


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