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CDL Driver

Move to coastal Charleston, SC and join Sportsman Boats as a CDL DRIVER where you will transport our beautiful amazing boats throughout the US.  

Sportsman Boats is a premier boat builder in the Summerville, SC area with an exciting future and incredible opportunity for growth. Founded in 2011, we have quickly built a name for manufacturing some of the best and full-featured family friendly center console boats on the market. Employee well-being and company culture are integral part of who we are and we are looking for individuals to join our rapidly-growing team that like to be challenged and love to work in a nurturing fast-paced and goal-oriented environment. 

Sportsman offers great benefits including medical, dental, vision, and disability insurance.  We view our employees as our most valuable asset. We recognize that the skill, dedication and enthusiasm of our team is critical to our success. Sportsman Boats supports a work environment that is challenging and demanding. In return, we provide a competitive compensation and benefits package, job/skill training, and employee appreciation events..

Our need:

Primary tasks to include safely loading/unloading and delivery of Sportsman boats and/or equipment while representing Sportsman Boats Mfg. in a professional, quality, and customer-focused manner

What you"ll do:

  • Operate a tractor trailer truck that transports boats and/or equipment to and from specified destinations up and down the east coast, Texas, and Michigan in all conditions in accordance with Federal regulations, normally in periods of driving within hours of service limitations, followed by an off-duty period as required by regulatory requirements
  • Operate vehicle  in a safe and effective manner in order to minimize the risk of injury, property damage, and/or loss of life; ensure that health and safety standards are met
  • Load, secure, deliver, and  unload boats and other equipment in a timely manner
  • Maintain records required for compliance with State and Federal regulations, including driver's logs and other records required by law
  • Responsible for basic vehicle maintenance and presentation, including inspecting vehicle and equipment to maintain safety, functionality, and cleanliness
  • Affix correct placards to tractor/trailer when necessary
  • Execute additional duties and responsibilities as assigned

Requirements:

  • CDL-A with air
  • Minimum one year experience driving tractor trailer
  • Clean driving record
  • Possess active DOT physical card
  • Ability to communicate with others to convey information effectively
  • Must be dependable and reliable
  • Knowledgeable of safety procedures and practices
  • Be available for irregular work schedules, extended trips away from Summerville , alternating assignments
  • High school diploma or GED

Physical Demands:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

  • Must be able to lift up to 80 lbs.
  • Ability to sit for long periods of time
  • Ability to perform physical activities that require use of arms and legs
  • Hand-eye coordination
  • Ability to hear, talk to dispatchers, and speak with people at the delivery site
  • Good vision

Want to work in a collaborative team environment with work/life balance, great benefits, supportive team and a chance to improve yourself every day?

If so, apply today!

We focus on happy customers and happy employees and today we're hiring.

 

 

Sportsman Boats is proud to be an Equal Opportunity employer. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.

 

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