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Class A CDL Driver, Fresh Dough Facility

Panera Bread

This is a Contract position in Norcross, GA posted December 12, 2021.

Class A CDL Driver, Fresh Dough FacilityJob SummaryDrivers ensure that our freshly made-from-scratch dough products reach their assigned bakery cafes on a daily basis. Drivers are responsible for loading and unloading rolling filled bakery cabinets utilizing reefer units and lift gates onto well-maintained, clean vehicles and into assigned bakery-cafes. Drivers perform safe, efficient on time driving to ensure that bakery cafes have accurate and timely dough to begin the baking process. Drivers utilize local routes during their assigned shifts without any required over the road trips to return home to their family and friends each and every morning. Drivers must be willing to work flexible hours, including overnights and weekends based on business need.Qualifications and ExperienceHigh School Diploma or an equivalent combination of education and experience is requiredMinimum 6 months CDL-A tractor trailer driving experience is requiredValid Class A CDL license is required; a doubles endorsement is preferredAbility to obtain a 1 year DOT medical card upon employmentAbility to successfully complete a post-offer, pre-employment driving, criminal and drug testBasic math skillsProven ability to work independently while performing a variety of production tasksAbility to work a variety of shifts including nights, weekends and holidays based on business needEssential Physical RequirementsThe following physical requirements must be performed with or without reasonable accommodation. The work environment requires tolerance to variations in temperature, exposure to food products, and working conditions both inside and outside, exposing the worker to different weather conditions and surfaces.Ability to manipulate equipment utilizing manual dexterityAbility to stand, walk, squat, and sit for long periods of timeAbility to understand written and verbal instructionsAbility to push and lift items with varying degrees of weight. Occasional pushing of cabinets up to 400 pounds with or without assistance is requiredAbility to perform repetitive motion movements with upper extremitiesAtlanta FDF