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CDL Class B - Equipment Delivery Truck Driver

Aurora Rents, Inc. Seattle, WA
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.

Position Title: CDL (Class B), with Air, Delivery Driver

Nature of the Work:

Will load and unload vehicles/trucks and deliver equipment in full or partial loads working with Front Counter. Must service customers in a polite, friendly and professional manner at the warehouse or on a deliver and/or pick up. May be required to assist customers with reservations, contracts, questions, register transactions and order adjustments if necessary at the warehouse or on a deliver and/or pick up. On down time from delivering and/or picking up equipment, servicing equipment and/or light repair of equipment will be preformed.

Position Tasks & Activities:

  • Load and unload equipment.

  • Secure loaded equipment per company procedure and inspect in transit if necessary.

  • Deliver and pick up equipment.

  • Maintain accurate delivery and pickup records.

  • Open and close the rental yard per company procedure.

  • Servicing equipment and light repairs.

  • Secure customer signature on contract, if not already signed.

  • Inform supervisor of difficulties with deliveries or pickups.

  • Inform management of new sales opportunities and job sites.

  • Know specifics and applications of rental inventory, so you can answer questions upon delivery.

  • Maintain and comply with company procedures and policies.

  • While driving company vehicle:

- Serve as store representative.

- Carry driver’s license at ALL times.

- Observe all laws.

- Complete safety inspection/safety check daily on vehicles (fuel, lights, brakes, etc.)

- Keep vehicles clean (interior and exterior).

- Notify manager of any scrapes, dents or accidents.

- Notify manager of any mechanical difficulties.

  • Recommend equipment and related items to customers.

  • Double check delivered items to make sure customers receive exactly what they ordered.

  • Notify dispatcher or store if behind schedule, so customers may be contacted.

  • When delivering COD orders, write check number, amount of check and initials on contract.

  • Instruct customers on equipment operation.

  • Start equipment for customers.

  • If equipment is missing or broken upon pick up fill out the appropriate forms and get customer’s signature. Turn in these forms to supervisor, along with pick up sheets. Tag and move broken equipment to repair area.

  • Deliver pick up ticket copies to Front Counter so counts can be verified prior to unloading.

  • Turn in all funds collected to Front Counter upon return.

  • Perform vehicle inspections daily, as well as checking gas, oil and other fluid levels. Report problems to supervisor. Top off and record fluid levels as necessary.

  • Complete the necessary paperwork for vehicle inspections and turn in to supervisor daily.

  • Never leave keys in vehicles or equipment.

  • Report safety violations to supervisor.

  • Adhere to all company policies, procedures, rules and regulations in written or verbal form.

  • Comply with government safety requirements and other regulations and security in store.

  • Attend department, store and safety meetings.

  • Perform other duties as requested.

Working Conditions:

May be exposed to the general range of weather experienced in the area, with the exception of several hours in the warehouse loading or unloading and drive time. May have exposure to chemicals, including but not limited to gasoline, diesel fuel, propane, kerosene and cleaning solvents. Propane is an obvious hazard; hence a sense of smell is required. Some electrical equipment is delivered, although it is not a requirement to install or service the equipment. If lighting is required (the installation of extension cords and lamps) the drivers are provided with Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFI) breakers. Stooping, crouching, bending, lifting, lowering, reaching, twisting, pulling, pushing, carting and carrying are intermittent tasks that routinely occur.

Education, Skills & Requirements:

  • A high school diploma or equivalent GED is preferred but not required.

  • Must be able to lift approximately 70 lbs.

  • Must maintain a professional personal appearance.

  • Must have and maintain a valid driver’s license.

  • Must have a clean driving record.

  • Must be familiar with local roads and be able to read a road map.

  • Must be able to use mathematics to solve problems.

  • Must speak English clearly and write legibly. The ability to speak other languages is a plus.

  • Must pass company drug screen.

  • Must maintain an acceptable attendance record.

  • Must have a full range of motion and dexterity.

  • Must be able to provide, understand and complete instructions furnished in written, oral or scheduled form.

  • Maintain a cooperative working relationship with co-workers.

  • Must be able to maintain a high degree of patience.

Reports to: Dispatcher / Front Counter

This company is committed to equal employment opportunity. We will not discriminate against employees or applicants for employment on any legally recognized basis including, but not limited to: veteran status, race, color, religion, sex, marital status, national origin, physical or mental disability and/or age.

Aurora Rents, Inc.

Why Work Here?

Aurora Rents, Inc. has been family-owned and operated for 57 years in Seattle, WA! We'd love to have you!

Aurora Rents has been in operation on the corner of 175th and Aurora Avenue since 1962. Since that time Aurora Rents has seen many changes, including the opening of locations in Lake City and Greenlake. Aurora Rents helped pioneer the concept of rental in the Northwest with its unmatched service and impressive variety of equipment. We’ve been here throughout the years and will continue to grow and serve the communities that call the Northwest home.


17460 Aurora Ave N. Shoreline Washington 98133
Seattle, WA