Class A Route Truck Driver – Portland, OR

CURRENT NEEDS: Class A route truck driver – Portland, OR | Monday – Thursday 12am-11am

SeQuential Route Drivers collect used cooking oil (UCO) and grease trap materials from restaurants, grocers, and event centers, and then push off the oil to various SeQuential tank farms whereby materials eventually get turned into biodiesel. All drivers are expected to operate Company vehicles safely and pursuant to DOT and FMCSA regulations.

Essential Functions:
• Collect UCO and grease trap material from accounts. There may be anywhere from 15-30 stops daily
• Take care of the equipment and upkeep
• Physical work that includes handling intense smells of non-toxic bulk liquids (used cooking oil and grease trap). Push and pull containers that may be full UCO
• Safely driving in the Portland metropolitan and surrounding areas. Can navigate well in the city and maneuver truck in tight spaces

Experience and Competencies
• Must have a friendly demeanor and ability to positively interact with customers
• 1 + years of commercial driving experience
• Must have valid Class A license and clean driving record
• Must have tanker endorsement/doubles and triples a plus
• Must have current DOT medical card
• Must have air brake endorsement
• Ability to drive a split-differential transmission
• Must pass a pre-employment DOT drug test and must pass a drive test
• Other duties and special projects as assigned
• Pump truck experience a plus
• HAZMAT endorsement a plus
• TWIC card a plus

Physical Demands
• Ability to stand, sit walk, push, pull, work in splayed positions, and handle materials up to 100 pounds daily (mostly pushing and or pulling containers)
• Ability to work in varied offices, warehouses, truck yards, and public venues
• Ability to tolerate intense smells of non-toxic bulk liquids (used cooking oil and grease trap)
• Work schedule Tuesday through Friday 12pm-11pm

Compensation and Benefits
• Starting wage for class A is $23.05
• Competitive medical, dental, vision, and life insurance
• Three weeks paid vacation (PTO) each year
• Seven paid holidays per year
• 401K with 50% match
• Employer paid cell phone
• GPS and telematics in all trucks