Delivery Truck Driver Resume Example

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

Highly trained Combat Engineer known for handling multiple priorities with varying timetables effectively. Talented professional with background developing and implementing effective procedures and leading highly capable teams. Looking to take on new position working with diverse group of people. Sharp and adaptable Combat Engineer with expertise in directing construction of combat bunkers, shelters, and nonexplosive anti-vehicular obstacles. Self-starter knowledgeable in locating and eliminating mines and IEDs. Promoting exemplary task prioritization and leadership skills.

  • Combat mobility participation
  • Supervision and mentoring
  • Safety standard enforcement
  • Basic combat construction
  • Engineering reconnaissance reporting
  • Antitank mine disarmament
  • Professional development tasks
  • Managing safety gear
  • Mine detections
  • Reviewing records
  • Event sequencing
  • Conducting risk assessments
  • Report writing
  • Personnel mentoring
  • Storage procedures
  • Coordinating training
  • Reliable and trustworthy
  • Working collaboratively
  • Friendly, positive attitude
  • Multitasking
  • Clean MVR
  • Cargo handling
  • Customer-oriented
  • Tanker and Hazmat Endorsements
  • Courteous and polite demeanor
  • Planning ability
  • Air Brake Certification
  • Dependable and reliable
  • Managed incidents
  • Mechanical recoveries
  • Assisting customers
  • Preventive maintenance
  • Class A CDL license
  • Documentation skills
  • Able to lift up to 100 pounds
  • Packing expertise
  • Resourcefulness
  • Team collaboration
  • Vehicle maintenance
  • Careful handling
  • Neatness
  • Walk-throughs
  • Freight labeling
  • Wrapping and boxing
  • Invoice verification
  • Shipping and receiving
  • Maintenance & Repair
Delivery Truck Driver, 05/2019 to 08/2020
PoolcorpAurora, IL,
  • Delivered exceptional customer service in all interactions to promote satisfaction and maintain company loyalty.
  • Maintained safe driving habits to protect property and general public on roadways.
  • Demonstrated safe driving by observing all road rules, exercising caution in unfamiliar areas and maintaining vehicle control.
  • Maneuvered shipments with carts, hands trucks and pallet jacks, loading and unloading vehicles to maintain tight timetables.
  • Inspected vehicle prior to and after completing each shift, noting any damage or issues in detailed logs.
  • Verified order details at distribution center and customer locations to prevent errors.
  • Contacted customers prior to delivery to confirm and coordinate delivery times.
  • Maintained telephone and radio contact with supervisor to receive delivery instructions.
  • Updated logs with timely and accurate information meet internal requirements and DOT recordkeeping demands.
Wheaton Driver, 01/2019 to 05/2019
MerchantsCity, STATE,
  • Delivered goods and services to customers on time and in excellent condition.
  • Utilized GPS to optimize routes and continuously meet estimated delivery times.
  • Monitored traffic conditions and applied defensive strategies to avoid accidents.
  • Achieved consistently high customer scores due to exceptional service.
  • Documented daily mileage, gas and other data.
  • Drove trucks to and from job sites to deliver workers and supplies.
  • Verified contents of inventory loads against shipping papers to determine discrepancies.
  • Consulted with customers to gain feedback and address product or service concerns.
  • Positioned lifting devices under or around loaded pallets and boxes to secure materials for transport.
  • Completed customer orders and collected payments to keep accounts current.
  • Maintained safe driving history with no critical incidents.
  • Planned and executed efficient routes to optimize time and fuel costs.
  • Inspected vehicle before and after every trip to assess performance and maintenance requirements.
  • Checked vehicle after shift for damage.
  • Demonstrated professional conduct with clients to deliver outstanding customer service.
  • Interacted with customers pleasantly to meet needs and drive satisfaction.
Moving Laborer, 07/2018 to 02/2019
MerchantsCity, STATE,

At the destination, movers help prepare and pack customers’ items to prevent damage during transit. Their tasks include taking apart furniture, wrapping items in bubble wrap or stretch wrap, putting loose items in boxes and sealed bags, and using straps and cardboard sheets on large items.

use equipment like dollies and ramps to load customers’ items from their buildings to the moving truck. They arrange items in the truck to fit the load and prevent objects from falling or getting damaged. At the destination, movers take the items off the truck and place them in the location the customer requests.

Keeping track of the customer’s items to make sure nothing gets lost or damaged is an important responsibility that movers have. They write down a description of each package or item at the customer’s location before starting loading. Movers check this inventory when they reach the destination to ensure they unload all the items.

Before leaving the customer’s loading site, movers clean up any supplies or garbage left behind during the packing process. They also keep their moving trucks clean and may help perform general vehicle maintenance.

Combat Engineer (12B), 05/2008 to 09/2011
United States ArmyCity, STATE,

work quickly and skillfully to help Soldiers navigate while on combat missions by constructing bridges, clearing barriers with explosives, and detecting and avoiding mines and other environmental hazards. You'll provide expertise and come up with quick and creative engineering solutions, constructing fighting positions, fixed and floating bridges, and obstacles and defense positions.

  • Operated wheeled vehicles and equipment over varied terrain and roadways for support of combat operations
  • Located and neutralized various types of mines and IEDs.
  • Used visual methods and mine detectors to identify and locate mines, effectively detonating enemy threats.
  • Trained and instructed subordinates and supported units on Demolitions training.
  • Installed and recovered anti-personel devices on anti-tank mines and electrical and non-electrical demolition charges.
  • Successfully guided and supervised mine-clearing line charge loading team with no injuries or accidents.
  • Supervised minefield installation and removal, notifying supervisors with consistent updated information.
  • Developed top talent by leading training initiatives for combat preparation.
Education and Training
GED: , Expected in 02/2000
United States Army - Sula, MT,
A+ Certificate: Information Technology, Expected in
CompTia - Remote,
Associate of Applied Science: Computer Science, Expected in
The University of Montana - Missoula, MT
  • TWIC card Holder
  • A+ Computer Technition

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School Attended
  • United States Army
  • CompTia
  • The University of Montana
Job Titles Held:
  • Delivery Truck Driver
  • Wheaton Driver
  • Moving Laborer
  • Combat Engineer (12B)
  • GED
  • A+ Certificate
  • Associate of Applied Science