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Req Number: 6865
Company: Shared Service Systems
Located at: Omaha, NE
Work at : 0005 - Shared Service Systems - 1725 S 20th St - Omaha NE 68
Department: Transportation
Status: Full Time
Shift: Rotating Shift
Hours: Varied Hours
Hours Per Week: 40
Starting Hourly Rate: 18.25
Contact Information:
  • Contact: Ashley Batko
Job Details:
  • High School Degree or GED required
  • Education:    

    ·        High School diploma or G.E.D. required. 

    ·        Ability to understand, read, speak and write English to the level normally acquired by completing the 12th grade. 

    ·        Must be able to perform mathematical calculations to include addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.



    ·        Two years verifiable driving experience on tractor trailer with min. 45 trailer and multi-geared transmission required.



    ·        Must have a valid drivers license/CDL license

    ·        Must meet qualifications requirements of the Department of Transportation.

    ·        Must be at least 21 years of age.

    ·        Must pass specified written test, past specified road test, drug test and MVR.

    ·        Must convey a professional image at all times

    ·        Pleasant personality

    ·        Must be able to pass a D.O.T. physical and drug test.

    ·        Meet approval by insurance carrier


    Potential Job Hazards:

         Heavy traffic

         Sunrise and sunset

         Parking lots

         Forklift and pallet jacks

         Handling some corresive and flamable products.

         Road hazards, (animals, icy roads low bridges).

    ?    Lift gate



    ·        Valid driver's license/CDL license

    ·        Hazmat and Forklift Training

    ?    Must successfully complete a on line hazmat and forklift training within 30 days from hire date with a minimum score of 80% and every 3 years after.

    ?    Must successfully complete Back School, an in-service and demonstration of safe body mechanics within 90 days of hire and yearly thereafter.


    General Summary: 

    Works under the supervision of Transportation Supervisor.  Lawfully drives truck to all assigned contracted facilities.  Also loads, secures and unloads own truck. Maintains necessary logs and records.  Keeps trucks clean and disinfected.  Checks for damage to shipped goods and for needed truck repairs.


    Essential Job Functions:


    1.  Drives truck between Shared Service Systems and participating institutions.


    1. Loads and unloads truck using manual and electric lifts.


    1. Secures loads within truck.  Drivers spend approximately 40 % of their time lifting, standing, walking, stooping or bending.


    1. Respects all driving laws.


    1. Maintains daily log, condition report and trip record.


    1. Cleans and disinfects inside of  truck box after unloading soiled linen.


    7.    Keeps inside of cab clean and orderly.


    8.    Obtains signatures from receiving clerks when necessary.


    9.    Notifies Transportation Supervisor of goods damaged during shipment.


    10.  Notifies Transportation supervisor of foreseeable truck repair.


    11.  Must comply with DOT and drug/alcohol testing program.


    12.  Maintains good customer relationships.


    13.  Notifies Transportation Supervisor of any type of accident immediately.


    14.  Interfaces and maintains a good working relationship with other departments.


    15.  Participates in mandatory in-services and/or CE programs as mandated by policies and

           procedures/external agencies and as directed by management.


    16.  Follows and understands the mission, vision, core values, Employee Standards of Behavior

           and company policies/procedures.


    17.  Performs other duties as assigned.

Nebraska Methodist Health System is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other classification protected by Federal, state or local law.

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