TN Trailer Spotter

Company Name:
Dot Foods, Inc.
Title: TN Trailer Spotter
Location: Tennessee-Dyersburg
Job Number: 140324
Trailer Spotter
Job Title: Trailer Spotter Department: Warehouse Location: Dyersburg, TN Schedule: TBD
Reports to TBD
Executes work under direction or established procedures 85% of the time, works independently setting work schedule priorities 15% of the time.
Does not supervise others.
Primary Purpose: Safely and efficiently spot trailers on the lot or at the dock door per instructions from the operations clerk. Essential Responsibilities:
Moving trailers between pads, doors and buildings on a timely basis.
Sliding tandems to meet state bridge laws.
Chocking trailers safely.
Weighing loaded trailers accurately.
Inspecting spotter tractors, basic maintenance, fueling, reporting equipment problems.
Checking refrigerator unit operations.
Performing lot and door checks for trailer and purchase order accuracy.
Positive communication on work assignments via FM radio, CB radio and one-on-one contact with clerks, drivers and warehouse personnel.
Trailer washing
Occasional Work Performed:
Problem identification and solution.
Other duties as assigned
Working Conditions:
Outside work in all weather conditions.
Extensive movement into and out of trailer cab (120 or more times per shift).
Safety Responsibility: This position assumes responsibility for the workplace safety of self and co-workers, and for the safety conditions of the work location, exercises and promotes safe behaviors and shows unyielding support of programs, rules and policies regarding safety.
Starting Wage: $11.06/hr Qualifications:
Requirements High school diploma or general equivalency diploma required.
Must meet Department of Transportation physical and drug-screening requirements.
Must meet minimum requirements on pre-employment testing, including physical ability tests.
Safe driving record required.
Good physical condition and agility to access truck/ trailer/ work areas as required.
Sufficient vision and hearing necessary to operate powered equipment safely Job: Warehouse Operations

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