The Developmental Disabilities Association is hiring Casual Drivers for day shifts starting @ 7:30am. This is a long term casual position. As a casual relief, hours are based on needs and candidate availability.
RATE: $18.75 per hour PLUS 9.8% in lieu of benefits
While truck driving experience is required, driving is a small percentage of the working day. DDA drivers can expect to handle a minimum of 4,000 lbs (200 x 20 lb bags) of product per day. Our Head Office is located in Richmond, where the successful candidate will pick up the truck. The route can be anywhere in the Lower Mainland. This is a very physical job involving loading and unloading the truck. There are tight deadlines to complete the route so the successful candidate must be able to endure the physical workload at a pace to complete the route within the scheduled work day. There is only one driver per truck. The person in this position is also expected to drive throughout the Lower Mainland, placing donation bins at various locations. Tasks between driving and placing donation bins will be assigned on an as needed basis.
This is a 7-day operation. Casual drivers must have open 7-day availability.
Union membership (BCGEU) is required. Successful casual drivers may apply for available full-time positions which include great benefits. Please note that once hired as a casual, candidates can apply for any internal postings.
TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION: Quote "B-Casual Driver" in subject line of your email, attach the following:
Please note that applications without a Driver's Abstract will not be processed. Only one application per posting; multiple applications will not be processed.
For more information, please visit our website at www.develop.bc.ca
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only short-listed candidates will be contacted for an interview.
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About Developmental Disabilities Association (DDA)
Developmental Disabilities Association (DDA) is a non-profit association which supports children and adults with developmental disabilities, enabling them to realize their full potential ...