Company Name:
Swift Transportation
Job Location:Troutdale,OR
Primary Purpose:To transport freight, as assigned by operations, from origin to destination safely, in a timely manner, consistent with Swift's high standards for customer service and satisfaction.
Essential Functions:
Inspect all assigned equipment for defects, ensuring safe operable condition, before, during and after trips.
Hook and unhook tractor to and from various types of trailers.
Secure various types of loads and freight as appropriate to ensure safe, damage-free transit.
Load or unload freight, if necessary, with or without the assistance of dock workers.
Safely enter and exit tractor using three-point stance.
Follow prescribed security procedures and practices for transport of freight.
Follow all Department of Transportation and Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration regulations and Swift Transportation policies and proceedures while operating Swift equipment.
For a full list of physical requirements and essential functions, please contact a recruiter. The above is not intended to constitute a comprehensive list of functions and duties. Management retains the discretion to add or to change the duties of the
at any time. All Swift drivers must successfully complete a D.O.T. physical, drug screen, physical assessment screening and criminal background check prior to hire.
Swift offers driving opportunities in dedicated, regional, over-the-road, van and flatbed. Swift maintains a terminal netowrk of 36 facilities across the country, employing drivers in all 48 contiguous states.
Swift is an Equal Opportunity Employer and actively seeks to diversify its workforce. Therefore, all qualified applicants, regardless of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, age, disability or Vietnam veteran status, are strongly encouraged to apply.
To obtain more information or apply on-line click on the below link, or go to . To speak with a driver recruiter, please call if interested in a position at a facility in the Western Region of the U.S., or if interested in a position in the Eastern Region of the U.S.

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