Class 3 (or Class 1) Fuel Delivery Driver – Brandon Area – FT/PT

By | May 4, 2021

Class 3 (or Class 1) Fuel Delivery Driver – Brandon Area – Full or Part Time

Position: Fuel Delivery Driver

Location: Kemnay, MB with local deliveries in southwestern Manitoba on a tandem fuel tanker (and sometimes a truck and triaxle tanker if a Class 1 driver)

Key Responsibilities:
-Load and deliver fuel
-Provide professional and timely customer service
-Perform minor maintenance tasks when necessary
-Other duties as assigned by dispatch

Skills and Qualifications:
-Class 3 license (Class 1 an asset) with an adequate abstract
-Minimum of 2 years experience driving a Class 3 vehicle
-Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing
-Ability to establish effective professional relationships with customers and co-workers
-Ability to recognize vehicle maintenance needs and to perform basic vehicle repairs
-Ability to lift heavy objects (approximately 50-60 lbs.)

As an employee, you can expect a fair workplace, a professional work environment, an extensive paid training program, competitive compensation, medical, dental, and long-term disability benefits, RSP matching program, stat holidays paid, vacation pay. This is primarily a Monday to Friday daytime position and mostly farm or small business deliveries. Our drivers do not have to deal with loading or unloading appointments and there are no U.S. border crossings.

Please indicate your interest by emailing or fax (204)989-4309. We thank all candidates in advance for their interest, however only those being considered will be contacted.

Company Profile: Larry Penner Enterprises Inc. (Penner Oil) has been in business for over 30 years as a wholesale distributor of petroleum products. The primary business of the company is sales and distribution of gasoline, diesel fuel, and oil products in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and northwestern Ontario. Our customers are mostly rural, and range from service stations, bulk fuel dealers and farmers, to First Nation gasoline stations on outlying reserves as well as urban reserve stations. This is a great company with a ton of long-term employees.

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