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Yard Switcher / Spotter

Company Name:
Freight Handlers Inc.
Yard Switcher / Spotter are required to perform all yard management services in accordance with the best standards of the transportation industry and in compliance with FHI policies and procedures.
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The job duties include but are not limited to the following:
Moving trailers on property as directed by customer personnel or systems.
Verifying seals and performing any load status yard checks as required by facility.
Performing trailer safety checks including, but not limited to, sliding tandem axles (if required).
Expected to Red Tag trailers if needed.
Must obey any and all applicable traffic laws while conducting its operations on behalf of the customer.
Also will obey all facility traffic and safety rules as required by specific facilities.
Will be required to adhere to appropriate training records and sign off procedures as required by each facility.
Participation in continuous improvement processes
Maintaining an effective Preventative Maintenance Inspection (PMI) schedule for equipment.
Very physical and fast pace work environment while remaining focused on safety at all times.
Job requirements:
Class "A" C.D.L issued from the state of residence
You must be able to pass our criminal background check
You must be able to pass pre-employment and random drug screening
You must have a high school diploma or GED
Previous switching experience a plus
Safe driving record; No DUI, DWI, or impaired driving in the last 7 years, No more than 3 points on driving record at time of hire
You must be available to work overtime and weekends.
You must be comfortable working in all weather conditions.
You must have basic computer skills.
Pay:
Production Based pay ($600.00 - $900.00 weekly average)
Benefits include:
Company Sponsored Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K, and Colonial health
Vacation
PTO
Production earnings

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