Direct Store Delivery – CDL Class A Route Trainees
The Direct Store Delivery (DSD) Route Trainee will fill a variety of needed roles in Distribution while training for a DSD Route position. Management will monitor the progress of associates in this training position and will assign qualified Trainees to a DSD Route position, as needed. This position is considered a development position and Trainees should continue to demonstrate improvement and willingness to accept a permanent position when assigned.
• Assist in making route deliveries of fluid or frozen products in a CDL Class A or B vehicle as a helper/trainee.
• Once in an established route, the trainee would be responsible for all aspects of the assigned Class A delivery routes, including delivery, communication, issue resolution, etc.
• Arrive at specified scheduled starting time as assigned by the Distribution Supervisor.
• Available to work varied scheduled work hours, as assigned.
• Required to wear only authorized uniform during working hours.
• Perform required vehicle safety inspections before operating any company vehicle.
• Drive in a safe and courteous manner per the Fleet Safety guidelines.
• Maintain a professional relationship with all customers and associates.
• Maintain good housekeeping principles within the truck cab and cargo area.
• As required, maintain driver log according to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMSCA) regulations.
• Work with team leader or assigned trainer to learn all aspects of DSD Route deliveries.
• High School diploma or equivalent
• Class A Commercial Driver’s License
• Valid and updated Medical certification
• Willingness to accept a Full-time route position when assigned
• 1-3 years of driving and/or distribution experience
Please include job code EVR-DSDA113 in the job code field of the application.
We have openings for
Seasonal Production & Warehouse Associates across all 3 shifts.
We are looking for seasonal workers for our Production and Warehouse areas across all 3 shifts who are available from April to September of 2014. This would be a full time position during this period working at least 40 hours per week, and mandatory overtime. Applicant should be able to work weekends.
• Feed correctly identified cups and lids into the filler and unscrambler.
• Assist Freezer Operator, as directed, to ensure efficient changeovers.
• Responsible for checking the appearance of container and product to ensure proper lid fit, proper fill and packages are clean prior to wrapping.
• Responsible for assisting with the proper Clean In Place (CIP) of machines and equipment, as directed.
• Responsible for Clean Out of Place (COP) of all machine parts and equipment, as directed.
• Responsible for maintaining general sanitation of production area. This includes but is not limited to hand washing fruit feeders and variegate systems, cleaning outside of lines and tanks, maintaining buckets with clean iodine water on a regular basis and environmental cleaning of floors and drains.
• Unload plastic containers from tractor trailers onto transfer carts and transport them to the appropriate table.
• Unload containers at a rate that keeps pace with production demands.
• Communicate with the jockey personnel and notify them when a trailer needs to be moved.
• Work with Filler Operators to ensure successful code changes for changeovers.
• Communicate with relief persons on preceding and on-coming shifts concerning daily operations in order to ensure a smooth transition between shifts.
• Assess when operational issues warrant notifying Team Leader, Maintenance or Supervisor.
• Responsible for overall housekeeping in production, staging, and work areas.
• Set a good example on a daily basis by his/her actions and attitude.
• Must be dependable, prompt and reliable with regard to attendance and scheduled breaks and lunch periods.
• Unload incoming Minit Market, distribution, wholesale and other trucks and trailers, as needed.
• Separate good and bad product from incoming trucks.
• Ensure bad product is properly disposed.
• Place shippers and packers in proper location upon return.
• Communicate with the Team Leader and/or jockey when transfers are needed or when the in-house skid count is low.
• Ensure empty case track is maintained at an adequate level for production and load-out picking needs.
• Stack cases and skids in room according to plan in order to preserve space.
• Clean case washer screens every hour to maintain water flow to the case washer.
• Perform daily and weekly cleaning of case washer during production CIP (Clean In Place) and prior to start-up at the beginning of each week.
• Communicate with the Team Leader about production downtimes.
• Perform other warehouse job-tasks during production downtimes.
• Maintain a high level of safety towards people, equipment, and building structures.
• Inspect and replace damaged materials, products, and skids.
• Clean the lunchrooms and replenish sundry supplies such as napkins, paper towels, plastic eating utensils, paper cups, paper plates, and paper bowls.
• Clean restrooms, locker rooms, shower stalls, and ensure adequate supply of soap, tissue, towels and other items.
• Dust, sweep, wet mop, and wax floor surfaces in the plant and office areas.
• Clean hallways, stairwells, and elevators.
• Collect trash and stage dumpsters from designated plant areas for pickup.
• Wash and return dumpsters to designated areas plant areas for use.
• Vacuum clean mats, rugs and carpets.
• Remove and sort cardboard from production and warehouse areas. Also remove recyclables including plastic wrap, plastic buckets and barrels from production to the recycle trailer or designated storage facility.
• Clean the floor, drains and trenches in various plant areas including dry goods warehouse, finished product warehouse, ingredients warehouse, ice cream production, fluid production and bottle debagging.
• Clean the exterior trench drains at the loading and receiving docks.
• Monitor and replenish production foot baths, hairnet, and beard guard stations.
• Clean raw receiving and production area sinks and replenish towels and soap.
• Shovel snow from walks and drives, as assigned.