Dash Delivery Career Opportunities

Current Job Openings at Dash – click the title to learn more about each position

Distribution Driver

Department:  Distribution
 
Brief description:

We need a driver for our Distribution department. Full time and part time positions available. Shifts start between 7:00-8:30 AM depending on route. Some routes are local but also will have routes running to Brookings, Roseburg, and Klamath Falls again depending on what route we assigned them for that day.
Candidate would be need to be able to comfortably lift up to 50 lbs but most packages are in the 5-15 lb range. Work week may consist of working Saturday with Sunday and an second day off during the week.


Warehouse worker / Driver

Department:  Distribution
 
Brief description:

Monday – Friday and occasionally Weekends – Part – time with opportunity to become full- time.

Start time: 6:30am with an open schedule that allows for extended hours.

Working in the warehouse wrapping pallets, sorting deliveries, scanning product, checking paperwork. Loading and unloading trucks by climbing in and out the back, loading and unloading using an forklift. Assisting other drivers load their vehicle to began route. Once all drivers have left (about 9:00am) 2 – 5 local deliveries will need to be made.

This position will learn 2-4 routes to serve as a backup driver when we have sick calls, time off request, or an extra busy day. Because this position is our go to for coverage they will need to have an open schedule. They will be expected on any given day to stay on and run a route. We would also train this driver on 2 Saturday routes as well to serve as a backup driver.

When an route opens up whom ever is in this current role will be the first person the route gets offered to. Then this position becomes reopen.


Freight

Department:  Freight Team
 
Brief description:

Looking for a second person to add to our 2 man freight teams. Delivering furniture into homes via small box truck. Deliveries are with a 2 person team, lifting beds, couches, tables etc.. Delivery days average only 6 to 10 deliveries but with long drive times in between on some days and lengthy times on site other days.


Drive Outs (as needed)

Department:  Small Package
 
Brief description:

We call this position “Drive Outs”. When a rush shipment is needed for an out of town delivery we send a Group text message to see who is available. This is a great position for someone to earn extra income with out being tied to a specific schedule. Drive outs orders come in at all different times during the week and weekends. When you receive an alert you simply reply “yes” to accept or “unavailable” to decline.

This position can also be filled by an independent contractor. Contact us for details.



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Description of our departments

Small Package – Mostly business to business delivery of checks and small packages relating to medical or financial needs.  Deliveries come in three types.  Routed – stops with specifically scheduled pickup or delivery times (or both), On Demand – customers calling in as needed and Mad Dash – On Demand but with an urgent need.  Most vehicles are small Nissan Versa or Scion XB.

Distribution – This is the most similar to UPS or FedEx.  We unload several trucks with small packages by the pallet load.  Those packages are then sorted into routes and each driver then sorts their own stops.  All packages are scanned and a chain of custody is established.  Each route has a few stops that are expected at a specific time and then they just work until they are finished.

Freight Team – Furniture into homes delivered via small truck.  Most deliveries are with a 2 person team, lifting beds and couches.  Delivery days average only 6 to 10 deliveries but with long drive times in between on some days and lengthy times on site other days.

Night Distribution – Consistent work running routes to stores that are closed. Delivering stock before they open. Team unload and sort for about an hour then off on your own to deliveries generally 100 miles out from the office. Make all the stops and return. Shifts tend to be long and the work is Mon through Sat so some drivers have 4 day work weeks with a day off in the middle of the week sometime. It’s a small crew which works well together for scheduling time off or adjustments as needed. Most drivers are cross-trained on multiple routes for variety.

 

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