Spotter/Jockey Drivers

Are you looking for a NEW exciting career? Or are you looking to advance your career with a growing company in the Supply Chain industry? Do you want a fast paced and challenging work environment? SC2 is looking for highly motivated team player to join our warehouse department as full-time spotter/jockey driver. Prior experience is preferred. Spotters are responsible for jockeying trailers around shipping lot, safely and efficiently.
Jockeying trailers (full or empty) to and from dock doors
Must adhere to all safe driving practices
Must keep pedestrians/co-workers safety their major priority
Other duties as assigned
Attendance is essential
Prior experience as a spotter truck driver or over-the-road truck driving experience is required
Able to lift up to 75-50 pounds regularly
Ability to sit, bend, climb and lift for 8/10 hours per day
Demonstrate attention to detail
Mandatory Overtime
Must pass Background Check and Drug Test
Great oral communications skills
Compensation: As you meet eligibility, an SC2 employee can receive benefits that can include Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, ESOP with a yearly bonus plus you will be able to accumulate personal time with every week of perfect attendance!!
Job Type: Full-time,
First shift: 6:30am to 3:00pm
Second Shift: 3:30PM to 12AM
Current Job Locations:
East Peoria
High School Diploma or equivalent preferred but not required
Required experience:
Prior spotter/jockey training required or over-the-road driving experience
0-1 year of general work experience
SC2 is a leader in contract packaging, SC2 has established solid relationships with industry leading manufacturers worldwide. SC2 offers competitive pay and benefits. Please visit our website at www.SC2services.com to learn more about our company.

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