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Pepsi- Tractor Trailer Driver

Ayer, MA
  • Expired: over a month ago. Applications are no longer accepted.
Job Description


Position delivers large quantities of previously ordered products to high volume stores using a tractor/trailer truck. Position interacts with personnel at the store location responsible for accepting loads. Unloads pallets of products from the trailer with an electronic pallet jack and places products in a designated area in the store’s backroom. Generates invoice for customer and is responsible for daily settlement of cash and charges.

This position requires grasping, pushing, and pulling a pallet jack when unloading product.  May be required to reload and restack cases of products ranging from 20-45 pounds per case if product load tips in trailer or customer requests approved order modification.  This position often has an early start time and requires delivery of products across a wide variety of weather conditions.


·          Deliver products and execute all promotions

·          Service all scheduled customers by the end of shift

·          Merchandise all accounts to local standards (if applicable)

·          Establish positive working relationships with primary contact at each account

·          Comply with operating procedures (e.g., scan-in/scan-out, following designated route, safe operation of lift gate, etc.)

·          Return empty product shells to manufacturing and/or production facility

·          Follow DOT Regulations

·          Use hand held devices to write orders

·          Regular, reliable, predictable attendance



·          21 years or older

·          Pass the required drug test and physical capability test (if applicable)

·          Valid CDL license

·          Pass DOT Physical and DOT Road Test

·          Follow DOT Regulations


 ·          Operating trucks requiring a CDL license (e.g., performing basic functions like driving forwards, driving backwards, maneuvering in tight spaces, backing into dock spaces, etc.)

·          Using equipment to aid in hauling loads (e.g., operating pallet jacks, using dock plates, or using load bars and straps)

·          Operating a tractor-trailer in different conditions (e.g., highway driving, side/local roads, city/country, etc.)

·          Documenting DOT regulations (e.g., reading and comprehending documentation, maintaining current documentation such as medical cards, etc.)

·          Hauling consumer products and perishable consumer goods (e.g., transporting unstable loads, different weights on different trip segments, etc.)






11 Copeland Drive

Ayer, MA


Transportation and Storage