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Jessica Claire
  • , , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor
  • Home: (555) 432-1000
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Professional Summary

Talented Truck Driver with good route planning and customer service skills. Offering 8 years of experience and basic maintenance knowledge. Performance-driven and detail-oriented with methodical approach to following through on every need. Third generation truck driver. Organized Truck Driver with proven track record of delivering within specified time frames. Strong communicator with ability to effectively interact with others. Efficient Truck Driver effective at transporting loads across all 48 states. Operates and maintains vehicles diligently with strong attention to daily maintenance needs. Collaborates smoothly with dispatch staff and customers to consistently achieve targets. Skilled Class A Driver with clean driving history and valid North Carolina license. Accustomed to daily routes with multiple stops. Meticulous about updating paperwork and DOT-compliant records. Well mannered and respectful to all customers.

Skills
  • GPS and route planning
  • Route logs
  • Commercial driving
  • Pretrip inspections
  • Vehicle maintenance and repair
  • GPS navigation
  • Materials transport
  • Dry van specialist
  • Safety and compliance
  • Defensive driver training
  • Tractor-trailer driving specialist
  • Class A Commercial Driver's License
  • Vehicle inspections
Work History
Class a CDL Truck Driver, 09/2020 to 09/2020
Frito-Lay North AmericaSaint George, UT,
  • Operated with safety and skill to avoid accidents and delays.
  • Maintained safe driving record by observing all road rules, remaining cautious and alert in unfamiliar areas and keeping control of vehicle at all times.
  • Finalized daily logs on schedule to update internal records and uphold DOT requirements.
  • Completed regular inspections and maintenance actions, as well as basic equipment repairs, to keep equipment operating at peak levels.
  • Minimized delays by planning and adjusting routes to account for changing weather and traffic conditions.
  • Secured loads with proper strapping and bracing techniques to prevent damage to valuable assets across long-haul transports.
  • Inspected vehicle before and after every trip and conducted minor repairs.
  • Conducted efficient cargo transfers to maintain route schedules.
  • Transported hazardous materials and oversized shipments without incident.
  • Reported driving hours and data into shift logs for submission to, maintaining high level of accuracy and detail.
  • Contacted dispatch to report delivery incidents and determine best methods for resolution.
  • Dropped and hooked trailers and changed configuration of equipment.
  • Inspected trucks for malfunctions and reported vehicles to management for corrective action.
  • Demonstrated safe driving by following all regulations and safety procedures, resulting in zero accidents.
  • Maximized load safety by balancing, securing and weighing products.
  • Maintained daily, legible DOT log book and submitted corresponding documents.
  • Loaded and unloaded products at warehouses and customer locations using hand trucks, pallet jacks and forklifts.
  • Executed safety practices and inventory loading without customer complaints, accidents or lost-time.
  • Enhanced customer relations by consistently delivering shipments according to schedule and quickly addressing any concerns.
  • Verified contents of inventory loads against Bills of Lading.
  • Clearly communicated with dispatchers, giving updated information, including estimated times of arrival and latest road conditions.
  • Completed preventive maintenance and mechanical repairs on vehicles.
  • Contacted customers to report delayed delivery times.
Class a CDL Truck Driver, 08/2017 to 10/2019
Frito-Lay North AmericaSalem, OR,
  • Operated with safety and skill to avoid accidents and delays.
  • Maintained safe driving record by observing all road rules, remaining cautious and alert in unfamiliar areas and keeping control of vehicle at all times.
  • Finalized daily logs on schedule to update internal records and uphold DOT requirements.
  • Completed regular inspections and maintenance actions, as well as basic equipment repairs, to keep equipment operating at peak levels.
  • Minimized delays by planning and adjusting routes to account for changing weather and traffic conditions.
  • Secured loads with proper strapping and bracing techniques to prevent damage to valuable assets across long-haul transports.
  • Inspected vehicle before and after every trip and conducted minor repairs.
  • Conducted efficient cargo transfers to maintain route schedules.
  • Transported hazardous materials and oversized shipments without incident.
  • Reported driving hours and data into shift logs for submission to, maintaining high level of accuracy and detail.
  • Contacted dispatch to report delivery incidents and determine best methods for resolution.
  • Dropped and hooked trailers and changed configuration of equipment.
  • Inspected trucks for malfunctions and reported vehicles to management for corrective action.
  • Demonstrated safe driving by following all regulations and safety procedures, resulting in zero accidents.
  • Maximized load safety by balancing, securing and weighing products.
  • Maintained daily, legible DOT log book and submitted corresponding documents.
  • Loaded and unloaded products at warehouses and customer locations using hand trucks, pallet jacks and forklifts.
  • Executed safety practices and inventory loading without customer complaints, accidents or lost-time.
  • Enhanced customer relations by consistently delivering shipments according to schedule and quickly addressing any concerns.
  • Verified contents of inventory loads against Bills of Lading.
  • Clearly communicated with dispatchers, giving updated information, including estimated times of arrival and latest road conditions.
  • Completed preventive maintenance and mechanical repairs on vehicles.
  • Contacted customers to report delayed delivery times.
Class a CDL Truck Driver, 09/2014 to 05/2017
Groendyke TransportBriggsdale, CO,
  • Operated with safety and skill to avoid accidents and delays.
  • Maintained safe driving record by observing all road rules, remaining cautious and alert in unfamiliar areas and keeping control of vehicle at all times.
  • Finalized daily logs on schedule to update internal records and uphold DOT requirements.
  • Completed regular inspections and maintenance actions, as well as basic equipment repairs, to keep equipment operating at peak levels.
  • Minimized delays by planning and adjusting routes to account for changing weather and traffic conditions.
  • Secured loads with proper strapping and bracing techniques to prevent damage to valuable assets across long-haul transports.
  • Inspected vehicle before and after every trip and conducted minor repairs.
  • Conducted efficient cargo transfers to maintain route schedules.
  • Transported hazardous materials and oversized shipments without incident.
  • Reported driving hours and data into shift logs for submission to, maintaining high level of accuracy and detail.
  • Contacted dispatch to report delivery incidents and determine best methods for resolution.
  • Dropped and hooked trailers and changed configuration of equipment.
  • Inspected trucks for malfunctions and reported vehicles to management for corrective action.
  • Demonstrated safe driving by following all regulations and safety procedures, resulting in zero accidents.
  • Maximized load safety by balancing, securing and weighing products.
  • Maintained daily, legible DOT log book and submitted corresponding documents.
  • Loaded and unloaded products at warehouses and customer locations using hand trucks, pallet jacks and forklifts.
  • Executed safety practices and inventory loading without customer complaints, accidents or lost-time.
  • Enhanced customer relations by consistently delivering shipments according to schedule and quickly addressing any concerns.
  • Verified contents of inventory loads against Bills of Lading.
  • Clearly communicated with dispatchers, giving updated information, including estimated times of arrival and latest road conditions.
  • Completed preventive maintenance and mechanical repairs on vehicles.
  • Contacted customers to report delayed delivery times.
Class a CDL Truck Driver, 04/2013 to 02/2014
Groendyke TransportBuffalo Creek, CO,
  • Operated with safety and skill to avoid accidents and delays.
  • Maintained safe driving record by observing all road rules, remaining cautious and alert in unfamiliar areas and keeping control of vehicle at all times.
  • Finalized daily logs on schedule to update internal records and uphold DOT requirements.
  • Completed regular inspections and maintenance actions, as well as basic equipment repairs, to keep equipment operating at peak levels.
  • Minimized delays by planning and adjusting routes to account for changing weather and traffic conditions.
  • Secured loads with proper strapping and bracing techniques to prevent damage to valuable assets across long-haul transports.
  • Inspected vehicle before and after every trip and conducted minor repairs.
  • Conducted efficient cargo transfers to maintain route schedules.
  • Transported hazardous materials and oversized shipments without incident.
  • Reported driving hours and data into shift logs for submission to, maintaining high level of accuracy and detail.
  • Contacted dispatch to report delivery incidents and determine best methods for resolution.
  • Dropped and hooked trailers and changed configuration of equipment.
  • Inspected trucks for malfunctions and reported vehicles to management for corrective action.
  • Demonstrated safe driving by following all regulations and safety procedures, resulting in zero accidents.
  • Maximized load safety by balancing, securing and weighing products.
  • Maintained daily, legible DOT log book and submitted corresponding documents.
  • Loaded and unloaded products at warehouses and customer locations using hand trucks, pallet jacks and forklifts.
  • Executed safety practices and inventory loading without customer complaints, accidents or lost-time.
  • Enhanced customer relations by consistently delivering shipments according to schedule and quickly addressing any concerns.
  • Verified contents of inventory loads against Bills of Lading.
  • Clearly communicated with dispatchers, giving updated information, including estimated times of arrival and latest road conditions.
  • Completed preventive maintenance and mechanical repairs on vehicles.
  • Contacted customers to report delayed delivery times.
Education
Truck Driver Training Certificate : Truck Driver Training, Expected in 12/2012
Caldwell Community College And Technical Institute - Hudson, NC
GPA:
High School Diploma: , Expected in 06/1985
South Caldwell High School - Hudson, NC
GPA:
Affiliations

Southern Baptist Christian

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Non-drinker

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Resume Overview

School Attended
  • Caldwell Community College And Technical Institute
  • South Caldwell High School
Job Titles Held:
  • Class a CDL Truck Driver
  • Class a CDL Truck Driver
  • Class a CDL Truck Driver
  • Class a CDL Truck Driver
Degrees
  • Truck Driver Training Certificate
  • High School Diploma

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