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Truck Dispatcher
Truck Warrior LocalFullerton, CA
Now Hiring Local CDL-A Truck Drivers Looking for local truck driving jobs in your area? The Driver should also ensure that the truck is labeled with the correct placards when transporting hazardous materials or oversized cargo.
Truck Dispatcher
Truck Warrior LocalRichmond, TX
Assisting in the loading and unloading of freight into and off the company truck. Maintaining the company truck, which includes washing and cleaning it, changing fluids, monitoring tire pressure, and performing minor repairs as needed.
jobsearcher.com/articlesTruck Dispatcher Job Description
Understanding truck dispatcher duties and the many functions you would perform will help you decide if this part time opportunity is right for you.
The primary role of truck dispatchers is to schedule drivers to dray containers to and from the port, and to schedule over the road trucks.
Truck Dispatcher
Truck Warrior LocalSimi Valley, CA
Notifying the dispatcher and customer of any delay that may affect scheduled delivery times. Benefits For Most Local Truck Drivers: Home Daily / Nightly Competitive Pay Health Benefits Set Routine Local Truck Drivers transport freight between various locations within their area of operations while adhering to all traffic laws and regulations.

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