Town & Country’s commitment is one of total customer satisfaction. Town & Country's delivery drivers hold no small part in this commitment as they help to complete on-time deliveries in a safe and DOT compliant manner. This ensures that not only are customers satisfied, but that the cost of providing this delivery service is kept to a minimum.
Being a delivery driver means much more than driving a truck and delivering products to a job site. Along with the daily job duties, a driver is seen as a professional Town & Country representative, and often times one of the only representatives a customer at a job site may meet. Our drivers strive to provide a total image of what Town & Country is all about - service and total customer satisfaction.
Although some Town & Country drivers hold a wide range of various duties, the vast majority of their responsibilities are consistent across most Town & Country locations. Some of a driver's main duties include:
- Adhering to all DOT and company safety protocols
- Performing daily vehicle inspections and maintaining the cleanliness of vehicles
- Completing all necessary paperwork, logbooks, IVMR sheets, pick tickets, etc.
- Notifying Delivery Services Manager or Branch Manager of potentially dangerous job sites
- Reporting all Town & Country vehicle maintenance necessities to the Delivery Services Manager
- Monitoring and ensuring vehicles are loaded properly and accurately
- Assist and/or oversee the loading and/or unloading of products
- Providing clear work direction for other associates providing assistance
- Collecting and submitting all C.O.D. payments when applicable
- Processing customer and/or product returns
- Properly photographing delivered products at job sites
- Additional duties and responsibilities as required or assigned
- A valid Commercial Drivers License (CDL) based on state location
- Proper Class CDL with valid Air Brake and HazMat Endorsement (as required)
- Town & Country and OSHA approved Powered Industrial Truck certification (company training provided)
- A good driving record
- Current & valid medical card (required in some states for non CDL)