BECOME A US FOODS® DRIVER LEAD/TRAINER!
Ready to build a career with a company that’s leading the foodservice industry?
We help YOU make it!
Pay starting at $36.81/hour
Benefits medical, dental, vision, 401K, life insurance, strong safety culture, and much more! Benefits start day ONE, stellar local leadership, best place to work!
US Foods has a lot to offer:
US Foods is the company for you where your hard work is rewarded, start making top pay
Service recognition and employee rewards
401 (k) Plan and Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP)
Excellent Medical, Dental and Vision benefits are available to you on your first day
Company with a history of promoting from within and unlimited career growth opportunities w/ ongoing job skills and leadership development training
Main Ingredients of the Job
Participate in the Safety Performance Team and ensure that safety is a key focus.
Train and mentor new drivers on company policies, procedures, and monitor compliance/performance.
Perform customer site visits to determine feasibility of delivery.
Partner with the Night Warehouse Supervisors on safety and visual aids/demonstrations.
Perform post-accident ride-a longs with drivers to assist in identifying root cause analysis and re-training as necessary.
Participate in offsite training and developmental opportunities.
Must satisfactorily complete all company mandated trainings and assessments including US Foods Driver Onboarding program.
Safely drive trucks to customers and meet scheduled customer delivery times
Carefully unload products from the trailer with a two-wheeler, pallet jack, or by hand and place in designated customer storage areas
Verify accuracy of delivery with customers and obtain proper signatures
Handle collections and payments from customers when applicable
Professionally perform customer service responsibilities to enhance our client experience
Ability to lift/carry/push/pull 20 to 80+ lbs. of product repetitively during each shift required
Comfortable driving and working in inclement weather conditions with frequent stops (10+ per shift) required
What You Bring to the Table
Register to the FMCSA Clearinghouse*
Must be at least 21 years of age
Must have valid CDL Class A issued by the state of legal residence with necessary endorsements and DOT qualifications
Minimum of six months commercial driving experience or three months commercial driving experience in the food and/or beverage delivery industry required
Ability to operate manual transmission preferred
Must be able to read and communicate in the English language - able to hold a conversation, to understand highway traffic signs and signals, to respond to official inquiries, and to enter information on reports and records.
Why US Foods
At US Foods, we’re committed to our mission of GREAT FOOD. MADE EASY™ -- providing food products that keep operators ahead of customer demand and services that help them run their operations.
Great drivers are crucial to the US Foods® team and one of the important faces of our organization. On and off the road, our drivers strive for integrity and reliability, while building trusting relationships with customers.
At the foundation of those efforts are our cultural beliefs, the pillars that define our work ethic, collaborative spirit and service. Together we help our customers make it, but we also believe in helping our drivers make it!
We are committed to compensation and benefits that respect and reward our employees for their dedication and hard work.
*Registering to the FMCSA Clearinghouse is a requirement by the Department of Transportation. All Drivers are required to the Clearinghouse website and register to the new database. The Clearinghouse is a secure online database that provides real-time information about commercial driver’s license (CDL) and commercial learner’s permit (CLP) holders’ drug and alcohol program violations. If you have not registered to the FMCSA database, please note registration is required. Please visit https://clearinghouse.fmcsa.dot.gov/register and click GO to login. If you are able to log into login, but are having trouble with the Clearinghouse registration, see “Clearinghouse Help” field on the clearinghouse page.