Distribution DriverThis position is considered a part of the department:Distribution Days of the week for this position: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
Shift start time: 7:30 am Shift end time: 4:30 pmAt Dash it's difficult to give exact shift ends since you will be physically away from the office. Workload and traffic can cause delays. When the regular shift end is comes if you're still out in the field then it's difficult to just clock out and be done for the day. Most times are fairly consistent though and help is available on busy days. For this particular position the shift end time is: The posted shift end varies.
Vehicles routinely driven:Some vehicle assignments may vary based on workload. For example if Car, Van and Small truck are all shown then it indicates that work volume dictates vehicle assignment. For this position the vehicles used are:Van
Physical Needs:Besides the ability to drive safely and use a smart-phone to enter data (after delivery) this position requires the ability to lift or move packages meeting the size / weights below: 50 lbs or less, A 50 lb item every day or two
Independent Contractor:Some delivery assignments can be performed using the "Uber" or Fed Ex Ground model which entails a greater degree of independence for the worker with requirements based more on specific customer contracts rather than blanket company policies. IC work may include the ability to use your own vehicle for greater opportunity for profit. Does this position qualify for independent contractor work? Yes
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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.