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Delivery Driver-CDL

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GMS is the leading North American distributor of gypsum wallboard, acoustical ceiling products and other specialty building materials. Founded in 1971, GMS now operates a network of more than 200 distribution centers nationwide. For more information about GMS, visit www.gms.com or any one of our subsidiary company websites.
Duties & Responsibilities:
Inspect truck/trailer for defects for safe operation
Safely load building materials onto flatbed or boom truck and unload products at commercial & residential job sites
Deliver materials to assigned area as directed by the customer while prioritizing personal safety and the safety of those around you
Maintain records required for compliance with State and Federal regulations
Must report all accidents involving driver or company equipment
Communicate professionally, both verbally and in writing
Stamina to lift heavy building materials up to 80 lbs. for load/unload
Excellent customer service skills and professional attitude
Requirements:
Must have a valid commercial driver's license
Class A License strongly preferred, Class B accepted
Must have a clear three year Motor Vehicle Report
Must have knowledge of Department of Transportation regulations
High School diploma or GED preferred
Boom or Crane experience preferred
Company Benefits:
Medical, Dental, Vision, Disability & Life Insurance
401k
Paid holidays & vacation days
Competitive compensation
Launch your career with a national building materials distributor and discover opportunities for growth and advancement. Our people have the independence and authority to make a difference. We invest in relationships, and every person is important. Our highest priority is serving others. We passionately pursue a safe work environment along with a relentless focus on operational excellence. We believe you can never go wrong doing the right thing.



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