Performs pre and post-check inspections on trucks driven. Reports any malfunctions to manager or supervisor.
Opens truck, inspects that shore bar and strap are properly installed according to established procedures, corrects if needed.
Transports linen on exchange carts and bulk tubs to one or more locations following driving protocol for shifting loads. Reports any accident, no matter how small, as soon as it happens.
Drives in a safe, careful manner, including idling truck over all curbs and speed bumps.
Loads and unloads truck when required, ensuring that all exchange carts that are delivered are returned and all bulk tubs are delivered to proper location. Stocks linen on shelves at different locations when required. Picks up soiled linen and scales it according to the generating location. Reports any discrepancies upon return to the Laundry.
What Will You Need:
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE PREFERRED:
1 year experience driving a box truck
LICENSURE, CERTIFICATION, OR REGISTRATION REQUIRED:
Valid Florida Commercial Driverâ™s License (CDL) â“ Class âœBâ and driving record in accordance with AdventHealth policy
Valid Medical Examinerâ™s Certificate
LICENSURE, CERTIFICATION, OR REGISTRATION PREFERRED:
Valid Florida Class âœBâ CDL with âœSafe Driverâ
Under general supervision, the Box Truck Driver is responsible for the transport of linen and/or supplies between the laundry and hospitals, nursing homes, etc. This position performs pre and post-check inspections on trucks driven and reports any malfunctions to supervisor or manager. The Driver loads and unloads truck when required, and maintains established schedule coordinated with the Linen Service Specialist team and Environmental Services. Actively participate in outstanding customer service and accept responsibility in maintaining relationships that are equally respectful to all.
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