Refuse Route Driver

Company Name:
Waste Connections, Inc
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Waste Connections, Inc. company has an immediate openings for a REFUSE ROUTE DRIVER at our Delta Disposal site in Monroe, LA. The position will be responsible for driving a garbage truck on specified routes to mechanically and manually collect solid waste and transport it to appropriate disposal sites. Daily work will involve heavy industrial lifting, lifting waist high, gripping with hands, moving at a brisk consistent pace, and occasional bending. This position will also be responsible for safely, efficiently, and courteously serving customers.
Additionally, the ideal candidate will:
Be able to work in a fast paced, team environment.
Be able to work outdoors in all types of weather.
Be able to follow safe operating practices.
Be able to learn and use interpersonal skills relating to good customer service.
Be able and willing to work in a team environment.
Be able to read, write and comprehend reports well enough to complete daily assignments.
Requirements :
Possess a valid Class B CDL license.
Must have a minimum of two years route driving experience.
Must work the 4AM until the route is complete, Monday - Friday; occasional Saturdays are required. Around a 55 hour work week.
Successful candidates are those who seek to thrive in an environment of operational excellence and accountability. We offer excellent benefits including: medical, dental, vision, flexible spending account, long term disability, life insurance, 401K retirement and unlimited opportunities to "Connect with Your Future". Waste Connections is an Affirmative Action /Equal Opportunity Employer (Minority/Female/Disabled/Veterans)
Location: LA - Delta Disposals - 6131
City: Monroe
# of openings: 1

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