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AZ Truck Driver – City

GLS Canada

This is a Full-time position in Hamilton, ON posted August 2, 2022.

We are currently looking for a AZ Driver (P&D Float) for our Brampton terminal.

Posting date: 2022-06-08 Job ID: BRA_AZ_2022 Schedule: Monday to Friday shift starts anywhere between 4:00 am and 7:00 am Contract: Full-time, permanent Salary: $23.35 per hour $1.00 per stop and MONTHLY incentives Workplace address: 300 Biscayne Crescent, Brampton, L6W 4S1 Why go a long way with us?

To receive an attractive compensation package: Tailgate premium and handling $500 hiring bonus payable in 2 instalments Monthly performance bonuses Annual increase And in addition, you: Go home every day Don’t have to cross the bridges on the south shore Have medical and dental insurance from day one Have long-term disability insurance Are eligible for the RRSP program after 3 months Receive a uniform and an allowance for safety boots Access the Employee Assistance Program Here are your challenges: Driving safely Deliver the goods within the prescribed time Perform the vehicle inspection before departure Complete inspection reports and report defects Ideal candidate: Hold an AZ licence 6 months of experience Have a good driving record Good physical ability Be autonomous and resourceful Our trucks: Trucks 5 years old or younger Semi-trailer tractors with air suspension Air-conditioned cab with air suspension Double soundproofing Premium Plus air suspension seat 6 lumbar position settings To apply: hiringgls-canada.com GLS Canada has an Equal Access to Employment Program and invites women, Aboriginal peoples, visible minorities, ethnic minorities and persons with disabilities to apply.

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