at Garland County Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Hot Springs, Arkansas, United States
This position is to drive truck with a 10,000 load capacity, to transport donated items that have been scheduled for pick-up at the donor's home or place of business to the store. This position will be driving the truck to destination, applying knowledge of commercial driving regulations and area roads. He/she will also assist the receiving area of scrap metal or non-sellable merchandise that must be discarded properly to either a scrap yard, recycling center, or local landfill; as well assist with drop-off donations within the store when scheduled pick-ups have been completed.
This is an hourly position of 32-40 hours per week.
Store Manager and/or Assistant Store Manager
- General oversight of donation guidelines of the store.
- Conduct daily, monthly, and quarterly inspections of the truck(s), as per the inspection checklist(s). This includes, but is not limited to, tires, lights, brakes, gas, oil, water, straps, tie downs, etc.
- Maintain communication by cell phone with the store in case of any scheduling changes or additions. Also, in the event of a maintenance issue with vechicle equipment.
- Handle all donations with care using ropes, tie-downs, blankets, etc. to secure cargo during transit.
- On occasion, perform emergency roadside repairs or contact the store to obtain assistance for a tow truck if required.
- Loading and unloading truck.
- Maintain cleanliness of truck.
- Turn in all paperwork at the end of the day to store manager.
- Make sure that the use of hand trucks, dollies, and/or pallet jacks are used propery in the loading or unloading of merchandise.
- All safety and lifting regulations must be observed at all times.
- When not in the truck, drivers will assist in the receiving area for drop-off donations and assist moving and bulky or heavy merchandise onto the sales floor or to the front door for ease of customer loading.
Garland County Habitat for Humanity ReStore
2817 Airport Rd
Hot Springs, Arkansas 71913