Drivers and driver helpers are the main point of contact for customers and store associates during order pickups and deliveries. They deliver products from warehouses or stores directly to customers. Whether it’s appliances, equipment, or cleaning supplies, they’ll make sure that customers get what they need safely and on time.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who are our customers?
Our customers range from local businesses, Pro contractors, and larger companies to online shoppers and individuals who place orders in-store. A driver’s route could include a business location, a distribution center, a rental operations facility, or a customer’s home.
Does this job have a starting age?
Yes, a driver and a driver helper must be at least 21 years old.
What experience is required?
To become a driver or a driver helper, you need to have excellent customer service skills, a valid driver’s license, and a clean driving record. In some instances, drivers will be required to have CDL certification.
Do all drivers need to have a CDL certification?
No. We have a variety of non-CDL driver positions, including: a Delivery Driver, Driver Helper, Delivery Service Technician, Yard Driver, and Mobile Service Technician.
What does a driver helper do?
A driver helper supports the driver by helping to ensure the team operates safely when completing store and customer calls, pickups, and deliveries. Driver helpers will train to be non-CDL drivers and drive 20% of the time.
POTENTIAL WAYS TO GROW
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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