Shuttle Driver

A leading provider of rail related services in North America has immediate openings for Shuttle Drivers in Princeton IN.
The Shuttle Driver positions require candidates to safely move vehicles throughout the customers' property in preparation for shipment.
Apply Now if you meet the requirements below!Responsibilities for the Shuttle Driver include but are not limited to:
o Must be able to work daily in an outdoor environment, exposed to all weather elements, including extreme hot and cold temperatures, dust and noisy conditions;o Constantly required to enter and exit vehicles by bending, kneeling, and twistingo Constantly required to stand and/or walk during entire work shifto In locations that operate a tag/rinse facility; ability to frequently be exposed to conditions of airborne water vapor and condensationo Must be able to work a flexible schedule, including weekends and holidays, and being on callo Must be able to properly wear all required Personal Protective Equipment.
Night shift Monday -Friday 7:
15pm to 4:
00am Day Shift Monday- Friday 6:
30am to 3:
15pmCandidate must be flexible to work overtime as needed.
Shuttle Driver candidates must meet the following requirements for consideration:
o Must possess a valid driver's license and a clean driving recordo Minimum of 1 year previous production / labor oriented experience preferredo Must be able to lift up to 50lbso Ability to understand written and oral communications in Englisho Must be able to successfully complete a client specific background check and drug screenFor consideration click "Apply Now" or apply online at www.
com - If you have previously applied with Adecco please do not reapply but rather contact our office at 877-475-1201 for consideration.

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