Delivery Driver/Warehouse Person
When you ask a Hoffman employee what stands out most about the company, across the board they say, "the people." Hoffman provides employees with the freedom and independence to solve challenges without bureaucratic second-guessing, opportunities to build the most exciting projects and amazing benefits. We provide health insurance, paid time off, and competitive pay. We take care of each other by offering free primary healthcare to our employees and their families through our dedicated healthcare clinics. We encourage teambuilding and giving back through community events. Hoffman is an employee-owned company, giving our employee owners a stake in the company's long-term success.
Headquartered in the Northwest, Hoffman has been building some of the most exciting projects in the world for almost a century. We work in a wide range of markets; from urban high-rise towers and cultural projects such as museums and libraries; to advanced technology, industrial manufacturing facilities; water treatment plants; healthcare facilities and more. We have had the good fortune to build many of the region's most significant and challenging projects, including the Portland International Airport, Space Needle Century Project, Oregon Convention Center, Seattle Central Library, MoPOP, Colman Dock, Washington Park Reservoir, Portland's South Waterfront, Tillamook Creamery Visitors Center, Doernbecher Children's Hospital and many more.
Our people take pride in their work, support each other above all else, and drive our commitment to exceptional construction. Many of our employees have been here for 30+ years; people often join us straight out of college/apprenticeships and stay for their entire careers. We are looking for builders with a wide range of talent to join our team; could you be the next employee of Hoffman?
ACCEPTING APPLIATIONS Full time Delivery Driver/Warehouse
Application review will take into account without limitation the following criteria: qualifications, education and experience specific to the job description/duties as well as prior experience with Hoffman Construction.
Must be able to pass a drug and alcohol test.
Hoffman is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.
* Drives various size trucks to deliver and pick up construction and related equipment, materials, tools and supplies to job sites from the Portland based equipment yard and warehouse.
* Performs shipping, receiving and stock control duties in the warehouse when deliveries or pick-ups are not scheduled. Performs simple repairs and installing replacement parts to small parts.
* No employee shall pose a direct threat to the health and safety of self or others.
* Valid Driver's License and acceptable driving record.
* Ability to pass employment drug testing.
* Possesses or is able to obtain certification to operate industrial trucks and aerial equipment and DOT medical card.
* Drives various size trucks to include 1 to 3-ton flatbeds, box vans and ton pickup trucks with lumber racks as far north to Seattle and south to Coos Bay from and to the Portland equipment yard.
* Equipment, materials, parts, tools and supplies are loaded and unloaded by forklift, pallet and hand trucks and manually for smaller loads when using the smaller vehicles.
* Performs warehouse receiving duties, noting correct part or equipment numbers and damaged stock at the point of delivery.
* Uses material handling equipment, e.g., rolling cart and stairs, hand truck, pallet jack and forklift to gather and stage job materials on job racks and to place and pull stock as needed.
* Completes paperwork and packages (shrink wrapping, boxing and labeling) incorrectly shipped items/materials to return to the vendors.
* Completes daily log sheets and/or related documents accurately and reports all shipping, receiving, inventory and stock information.
* Organizes, cleans and maintains work areas.
* Repairs items such as work lights and installs replacements parts to work equipment and tools
* Sitting: Occasionally to Continually Sits while driving various size trucks to and from construction job sites. Sitting time varies depending if the job site is within the Portland metro-area or is located out of town. Sits while operating heavy motorized industrial equipment and forklift during the loading and unloading process and while transferring stock throughout the warehouse.
* Standing: Occasionally to Frequently Stands statically on warehouse concrete surfaces or anti-fatigue mats for 10 minutes at a time to converse with others, to inspect and inventory stock, to unpack received stock and pack stock for shipment and to manually load and unload stock in the smaller trucks at the job site drop off area. Standing alternates with walking throughout the shift.
* Walking: Occasionally to Frequently Walks throughout the warehouse to perform job tasks that do not require sitting. Walking occurs on even and unobstructed warehouse concrete floors and on even ground surfaces in the equipment yard and level and uneven, unobstructed and obstructed typical construction surfaces at the job site. Walking alternates with standing.
* Crouching (Bending body downward and forward by bending legs and spine): Occasionally Crouches for seconds to several minutes at one time to a maximum of 1 hour per shift to place and retrieve stock stored at or below waist level. Crouching alternates with kneeling and stooping.
* Kneeling/Crawling (Bending the legs at knee to come to rest on knees; moving about on hands and knees):
* Kneeling: Occasionally Kneels for seconds to several minutes at one time to a maximum of 1 hour to place and retrieve stock stored at or below waist level. Kneeling alternates with crouching and stooping.
* Crawling: Not Required.
* Stooping (Bending body downward or forward by bending the spine at waist): Occasionally Stoops for seconds to several minutes at one time to a maximum of 1 hour to place and retrieve stock stored at or below waist level. A slight stoop at the waist (forward torso bending) occurs while unpacking newly arrived inventory and preparing items for shipping. Stooping also occurs to strap and unstrap the straps to secure the equipment, materials, tools and supplies in the truck beds. Stooping alternates with crouching and kneeling.
* Twisting (Knee/Waist/Neck): Frequently Twist at shoulder/neck level while driving forward and backing up.
* Climbing (Ascending or descending ladders, stairs, scaffolding, ramps, poles, and the like using the feet and legs and/or hands and arms): Intermittently to Occasionally To use a six-foot rolling stair ladder to place or retrieve a stock item from the upper shelves.
* Balancing (Maintaining body equilibrium to prevent falling when walking, standing, crouching, or running on narrow, slippery or erratically moving surfaces): Not Required.
* Leg/Foot Use (To repetitively operate machine controls): Occasionally to Continually To operate foot pedals of various types of large motorized construction equipment, industrial forklifts and delivery trucks.
* Reaching: Frequently Reaches at a relaxed half-arm extension to perform all shipping, receiving and warehouse clerical work tasks and to drive. Occasionally Reaches at a half-arm to full-arm extension using one or both arms to unpack and package stock, to place and retrieve stock from shelves and to use materials handling devices. Occasionally Overhead reaching occurs to place equipment, materials, supplies and tools on truck bed racks.
* Handling/Grasping (Seizing, holding, grasping, turning, or working with hands. Fingers are involved only to the extent that they are an extension of the hand): Occasionally To handle stock items in the warehouse, to pull safety straps to secure the truck load and handle equipment, materials, tools and supplies while hand loading and unloading the smaller vehicles. Gasping is sustained and bearing weight while pulling and tightening the safety straps.
* Fingering/Feeling (Picking, pinching, and otherwise working primarily with fingers rather than the whole hand or arm as in handling): Occasionally To complete written work, to unpack and package stock items, to count and hold small items and to use the computer and other office equipment and aides. Fingering is required to make minor stock repairs and install replacement parts.
* Pushing/Pulling: Occasionally Pushes or pulls a rolling cart or stair ladder, hand truck or pallet jack and pulls safety straps to secure the truck load.
* Lifting/Carrying: Frequently Occasionally The overall job responsibilities require lifting and carrying up to 50 pounds on a daily basis to stage smaller stock items or place them in a certain area of the warehouse and to load and unload materials, tools and supplies from the smaller delivery vehicles. Material handling devices such as hand trucks and pallet jacks are available. Intermittently Will manually pick up and carry up to 100 pounds, e.g., a bag of cement (80 to 100 pounds) or a rebar rod.
USE OF SENSES
* Talking: Frequently Talking with supervisors, co-workers and dispatcher by portable radio, in person and cell or land line telephone.
* Hearing: Continually To converse with supervisors, co-workers and dispatcher by portable radio, in person and cell or land line telephone. Regulations require continuous and open communication with radio dispatch.
* Near Acuity (Clarity of vision at 20 inches or less): Required For written and computer work tasks.
* Far Acuity (Clarity of vision at 20 feet or less): Required To operate all vehicles and motorized large construction vehicle equipment.
* Far Acuity (Clarity of vision at 20 feet of more): Required To operate all vehicles and construction heavy equipment.
* Depth Perception (Three-dimensional vision to judge distance/spatial relationships): Required To operate all vehicles and motorized construction heavy equipment on the road, within the yard and at the job site.
* Color Vision (If required to distinguish colors for job performance or safety): Required To read traffic lights and signs.
* Field of Vision (If required to observe a large field of vision while keeping eye fixed on a given point for job performance or safety): Required To operate all vehicles and motorized construction heavy equipment on the road and at the yard and jobsite
* Smell: Not Required.
* Interaction/Communication with Others: To communicate stock, inventory and delivery and pick up requirements with supervisors, co-workers and others.
* Time/Deadlines/Shift/Overtime Requirements: Not Required.
* Pace Requirements: Self-regulated. Work shifts occur on a sustained and steady basis.
* Works Alone/Independently: Works in close vicinity to others while at the yard and job site and works alone while driving to and from the construction job site. Independent judgment is required.
* Directs/Supervises Others: Not Required.
* Repetitive Work: Not Required
* Attention to Detail: Required to follow established quality and inventory procedures and complete quality work.
* Flexibility: Required - Some flexibility is required to adjust to schedule and/or material delivery changes.
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