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Driver Class 1 (Bulk Liquid Truck Driver) Edmonton, AB
In this position youwill be responsible for the safe delivery of bulk liquid products betweenPraxair production plants and customer sites.
Working night shift of 4days on, 4 days off (10 hours per shift), your responsibilities willinclude :
Driving for at least 2 hours steady.
Loading and unloading trailers of cryogenics liquids.
Perform vehicle inspections on equipment, including but not limited to, lifting the cab hood , inspecting the engine and components, topping up fluids, (oil, fuel, def) inspection of the 5th wheel coupling to the trailer by going underneath the trailer, and the engine / doghouse compartment of the trailer.
Ability to climb in and out of the cab numerous times in a day, using a three point safety stance. Cab is 3 feet off the ground.
Ability to remove hoses up to 50lbs, from trailer hose tubes and lift them, 3 to 4 feet off the ground and connect hoses to trailers and tanks, with 20lbs hammers in some cases.
Ability to climb up rear trailer step to open and close loading and offloading valves.
Ability to climb up tractor rear deck to connect and disconnect hydraulic hoses.
Stand outside for upwards of 1 hour monitoring the trailer unloading process.
Completion of all associated paperwork including Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG).
Read delivery meters / gauges and calculate volumes delivered.
Operate a computer system at the terminal and in the cab, recording data and facilitating delivery requirements.
Wear appropriate safety equipment face shield, hard hat, hearing protection, shoes, gloves, Nomex.
Perform Quality Assurance Tests on product and record results of test to meet HPFBI requirements.
Mechanical aptitudes to troubleshoot equipment issues.
Layover in the sleeper cab of the tractor or hotel as need dictates.
Shovel snow away from tank entrance and unloading valves in winter.
Professional manner at all times including when loading at plants and offloading at customers.
Other dutiesas assigned by manager.