Driver (CDL)

US-GA-Norcross
3 weeks ago
Job ID
2017-1185
# of Openings
1
Category
Operations

Overview

Paskal Lighting, a motion picture lighting supplier is part of PRG is the world’s leading supplier of entertainment and event technology. Powered by experience and imagination, our innovative solutions reliably solve the unique production challenges for a broad range of clients including concert touring, corporate events, theatre, film & television, special events and installations.

Operating from more than 40 locations in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Australia, PRG offers the ultimate blend of creativity and technology, backed by experienced teams of highly skilled technicians, craftsman and engineers.

Responsibilities

Responsible for, but is not limited to inspecting & driving Class A vehicles in the course of delivering & picking up equipment and goods from client  & vendors locations, pulling, loading and unloading of equipment and its associated check-in and storage, and completing all associated paperwork related with such transactions. Employee in this position will also be expected to assist in the Warehouse when not driving, inspecting and cleaning equipment upon return from rentals, and configuring equipment for client rental. The incumbent maintains the general warehouse facility according to the standards set forth by the Company.  The employee is also expected to understand and comply with all Company Policies and Safety Regulations.

  • Delivery Driver (operating vehicles up to Class A rated).
  •  Complete Company paperwork as required, and enter equipment quantity count when performing pick-ups and deliveries
  •  Participate in the loading and unloading of equipment from delivery vehicles.
  •  Re-stock equipment correctly according to standards set forth by the depot.
  •  Maintain, configure for orders, clean and generally maintain the Company’s equipment resources in the warehouse.
  •  Assist in performing general maintenance of rental equipment such as lighting, grip, power distribution bringing equipment up to factory specification before returning to stock.
  •  May operate as assigned warehouse equipment-handling machines in compliance with Safety standards and as set forth by the Company.  These machines include, but are not limited to: pallet jacks, forklifts and order pickers.  An operator must be trained and certified prior to operating any “powered” equipment handling machines.

Qualifications

  • Must be at least 21 years old. Minimum of 2 years full-time verifiable like type vehicle driving.
  • No positive drug or alcohol test including, Pre-employment, Random, Post-Accident or Reasonable Suspicion.
  • No more than 2 moving traffic violations (including no more than 1 preventable accident) during the previous 36 months. NO DRIVING UNDER the INFLUENCE, D.U.I. (Drug or Alcohol) conviction during the previous 5 years in a commercial or personal motor vehicle.
  • No vehicular homicide, no operating a vehicle with a Suspended or Revoked Drivers License.
  • No using a vehicle in the commission of a Felony.
  • No operating a vehicle without permission, - Unauthorized Use or Grand Theft.
  • No reckless driving or speed contests. No leaving the scene of an accident - Bodily Injury or Physical Damage. One or more years of work experience preferred but not mandatory in the discipline(s) such as: lighting, rigging, and/or logistics.   
  • Possession of a High School Diploma or its' equivalent.  Two years of work experience may be substituted for the High School Diploma. 

 

It is the policy of PRG to provide excellent customer service both internally and externally. Employees are expected to perform all of their duties and responsibilities in accordance with this policy at all times.

 

PRG is an Equal Opportunity Employer. PRG is a drug-free work environment, pre-employment testing will be required.

We offer competitive salary and a career ladder with with a comprehensive benefit package.

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