Warehouse/Delivery Driver

Company: Parman Energy

General Information
US-AR-Blytheville
N/A
High School
Full-Time
None
Negligible
False
False
Job Description The Warehouse Associate-Delivery Driver is responsible for bulk material handling, fulfilling orders, maintaining physical condition of warehouse, performing basic upkeep of equipment; perform daily pre-trip inspections including tires, lights, brakes, fuel, oil, and water.
Job Requirements

High school diploma or equivalent
Class B CDL required
At least one month of prior related experience or training
Ability to effectively communicate and interpret information both written and verbally
Ability to compute basic mathematical operations  
Frequent standing/walking and the ability to lift and move up to 100 lbs
Ability to tolerate various weather conditions

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At Parman Energy, we are constantly setting higher standards and have a bold commitment to quality and excellence in serving our customers. For this reason, we seek those same outstanding qualities in the individuals we ask to join our team.

We are currently staffed with over 100 hardworking and dedicated professionals in four locations, operating in the departments of supply chain, inside & outside sales, executive & administrative capacities, accounting, customer service, human resources, equipment and technology. We appreciate the efforts of our employees and reward them for their commitment to making Parman Energy a great place to work every day. We offer top-quality benefits including

  • Employee stock ownership plan (ESOP)
  • Individual Health Care & Dental Coverage with a portion paid by Parman Energy
  • Company-paid life insurance and long term disability coverage
  • Paid Time Off and company holidays
  • 401(k) plan with company matching
  • Paid uniforms, laundering and safety shoes for operations personnel
  • Casual Friday for office personnel
  • Annual celebrations, dinners and other benefits
  • Our drivers operate some of the newest, most well-maintained package trucks and tankwagons in the industry