Truck Driver

Truck Driver

Gannett Publishing Services

Louisville, KY

The Courier-Journal Media Group has a great opportunity for someone that has experience driving and is looking for steady work in the distribution industry.

Responsibilities:

Safely drive trucks in the Louisville metropolitan area delivering carts of newspapers and related products to distribution centers in Louisville and Southern Indiana. Perform material handling duties on the loading dock. Operate cart-loading equipment and safely move carts of newspaper products into trucks and distribution centers.

Education/Experience:

High school graduate. Class A CDL is required. Must meet (D.O.T.) Federal Motor Carrier regulations. Should be familiar with the Louisville metro area, able to perform basic math skills and learn routes to distribution centers. Valid driver's license, good driving record and the ability to lift bundles of newspapers weighing up to 40 pounds is essential.

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