Hire Up is a paid work experience opportunity.
- 6 months, with paid job readiness training
- Includes supportive services and job placement assistance
- Work with city agencies and nonprofit organizations
The key responsibility of a Tow Truck Vehicle Driver is to provide secure and timely driving services to transport vehicles to designated tow yards and facilities. The driver will receive close supervision from a technical supervisor. This position will work a conventional workweek, requiring evening, weekend, holiday, or callback duty or hold over until adequate relief for emergencies. Work requires minimal physical exertion.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Ø Drive company vehicles in accordance with the legal requirements and procedures following duties allocate by the Towing Supervisor.
- Ø Adhere to directives handed down by the Department of Transportation.
- Ø Drive automobiles, vans, tow trucks, buses, panels, pickup trucks, and other 2 ½ to 6-ton trucks for the pickup, delivery, or hauling of abandoned cars, trucks, boats, trailers, and cycles.
- Ø Communicate with customers in a clear, concise, and polite manner and ensure they are respected despite the manner or behavior of the constituent.
- Ø Understand the route of vehicle pickup and delivery.
- Ø Calculate the preparation of time to pick up and deliver vehicles.
- Ø Passing the driving skills training to improve driving skills.
- Ø Ready to drive trucks in the morning, afternoon, and evenings
- Ø Coordinate repair of the vehicle if there is a problem or routine maintenance
- Ø Receive radio or telephone contact from supervisor to receive instructions
Minimum Education and Experience Requirements
Requirements – Have one year of driving experience. CDL license is required.