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Come join our team where you're expected and empowered to be your best, think strategically, and to develop your most valuable asset-YOU! Comprising a community of like-minded professionals who share a passion for creating value through innovation, our organization places you in a highly engaging and stimulating working environment. Your commitment to excellence combined with in-depth industry knowledge, allow you to focus on improving strategic processes while maintaining quality and adhering to our organizational mission.
Incumbent serves as the Material Distribution Driver - HazMat Endorsed for the Material Support Services (MSS) division --a unit of Integrated Procure-to-Pay Solutions housed within Business & Financial Services (BFS). This position is responsible for utilizing the UCSD fleet of delivery vehicles (24' box truck, cargo van, step van & flatbed utility truck) to distribute material, supplies and equipment from the UCSD Warehouse (7835 Trade St) to various UCSD Campus facilities, including locations not physically located on the main campus.
Incumbent is responsible for maintaining current knowledge of all routes and handling/transporting hazardous materials with careful adherence to all government and Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations. This position will occasionally serve in backfill capacity with other warehouse units located at the Trade Street location, including but not limited to Surplus Sales & Moving Services with ability to cross train and support our Receiving unit, as needed. Incumbent serves in a front-line capacity in Receiving & Distribution for interactions with customers, vendors and attends meetings/events in relation to and as a voice within Integrated Procure-to-Pay Solutions.
Overtime and weekends may be required.
Must be willing to work with hazardous materials.
Proven experience with material movement equipment and vehicles (forklift, pallet jacks, box trucks, cargo vans, step vans, and flat bed utility trucks)
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Must possess a Department of Motor Vehicles Commercial Drivers License (Class B) with Haz Mat Endorsement.
Experience operating distribution or utility vehicles, for example box trucks, cargo vans, step vans, and/or flat bed utility trucks.
Experience operating material movement equipment, for example: forklifts, pallet jacks and hand trucks.
Ability to operate truck, hydraulic life gate and securing devices in handling material.
Knowledge and ability to safely lift packages weighing up to 70 lbs. Ability to move large pieces of furniture/equipment.
Knowledge of hazardous goods and the regulations in transporting them on the roads. Certification in Hazardous Materials, in accordance with part 172, Subpart H of code of Federal Regulations title 49.
Proven experience to safely operate a truck with a Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) of over 26,001 lbs. (approximately 15 tons), forklift, pallet jacks and hand trucks adhering to safety procedures. OSHA forklift certification.
Ability to utilize, navigating, and key entering information on a mobile handheld device and with computer applications.
Job offer is contingent upon a satisfactory clearance based on background check results.
Must have a valid California Commercial driver's license (Class B License) with HazMat Endorsement.
Must pass drug and alcohol tests prior to employment and subject to random testing during employment.
Pre-employment physical and TB tests are required.
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