Posted on Nov. 2, 2017
PFG Customized Distribution is hiring Class A Regional Delivery Drivers for our McKinney, TX Facility.
This position is responsible for delivering product of varying size and
weight to customers in a professional, safe and efficient manner, while complying with Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations. Provide timely delivery and unloading of grocery products from delivery truck for multi-drop route customers.
Provides courteous customer service by handling questions or problems and/or referring them to the appropriate manager , CDL-A license with a clean driving record and minimal CSA points on their file
Pay: A first year driver averages $65,000/year with annual increases
depending on routes and opportunities to work on off days. We offer up to $4000 to join our driving fleet!!!
Schedule: DEDICATED teams and single assigned route schedules.
Benefits: One week of vacation after your first 6 months of service.
Company provided life insurance with AD&D, short term and long term disability. A variety of health benefits to choose from to best suit your personal needs. Paid holidays (6) and personal days (4). Retirement package includes a 401(k) company match of dollar for dollar on the first 3.5%.
Great food and great careers - this is what PFG Customized Distribution brings to the table. PFG Customized Distribution is one of the largest foodservice distributors in the nation, with more than 66,000 national and private label products that we market and distribute both nationally and in 41 foreign countries. If you're ready to set your career in motion, it all starts now with a company that really delivers!
We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.
PFG Customized Distribution is an EEO/AA Employer. All qualified
applicants, who are eligible for employment, will be considered for
advertised job opportunities without discrimination based on race, color,
religion, sex, or national origin.
CDL-A license with a clean driving record and minimal CSA points on their file