Drivers are the main point of contact for customers during equipment pickups and deliveries. They deliver equipment from operation facilities or stores directly to our customers, and move equipment throughout our warehouse yards safely. Our drivers ensure that equipment is clean and operational, and make sure that customers get what they need safely and on time.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Home Depot buildings would I support?
Rental Operations Facilities (ROFs), large equipment delivery houses, warehouses, and Home Depot stores.

Is long-haul driving expected?
Our drivers perform local deliveries and are rarely required to complete overnight travel.

Do these jobs have a starting age?
Yes. Delivery drivers, technicians, and mechanics must be at least 21 years old.

Is job training provided?
Yes. In-depth, on-the-job training is provided to ensure associates are confident and comfortable in their roles.   ​

Do all drivers need to have a CDL certification?
No. We have a variety of non-CDL driver positions, including: Delivery Driver – Rental Equipment I & II and Yard Switcher.

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POTENTIAL WAYS TO GROW

If you start as a Driver, you can grow into a Fleet Supervisor and then become a Transportation Manager.If you start as a Driver, you can grow into a Fleet Supervisor and then become a Transportation Manager.
Here are two potential paths of how you can reach your career goal.

If you start as a Driver, you can become a General Warehouse Associate and then an Area Supervisor. Or if you start as a Driver, you can become a Fleet Supervisor and then an Area Supervisor.If you start as a Driver, you can become a General Warehouse Associate and then an Area Supervisor. Or if you start as a Driver, you can become a Fleet Supervisor and then an Area Supervisor.
Here are two potential paths of how you can reach your career goal.

If you start as a Driver, you can become a Fleet Supervisor, grow into a Transportation Manager and then become an Operations Manager. Or you can start as a Driver, become a General Warehouse Associate, grow into an Area Supervisor and then become an Operations Manager.If you start as a Driver, you can become a Fleet Supervisor, grow into a Transportation Manager and then become an Operations Manager. Or you can start as a Driver, become a General Warehouse Associate, grow into an Area Supervisor and then become an Operations Manager.

A driver or driver helper position in one of our distribution centers can be a lifelong career or starting point to move throughout the company. Whether you are looking for the next step or you just want to try something new, there are multiple ways to grow. Select one of the jobs below to see an example of how you could reach your careers goals.

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