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

Motivated professional driver with great driving record. Offers focus and skills in customer service, route management and freight documentation. Highly attentive to changing road and traffic conditions. Raised in and around semi trucks and taught the tricks of the trade by family members with well over 40 years of truck driving experience.

Skills
  • Vehicle Service Documentation
  • Tractor-Trailer Operation
  • CB Radio Communication
  • Attention to Detail
  • Payment Collection
  • Truck Maneuvering
  • Decision Making
  • Work Logging
  • Safety and Emergency Equipment
  • Time Management
  • Vehicle Defect or Damage Reporting
  • Map Reading
  • Vehicle Inspection
  • Cargo Security
  • Loading and Unloading
  • State and Federal Regulations
  • Truck Weighing
  • Delivery Documentation
  • Delivery Instructions Verification
  • Trailer Coupling and Uncoupling
  • Adaptability and Flexibility
  • Dependable and Cooperative
  • Emergency Roadside Repairs
  • Customer Relations
  • Flatbed Trailers
Education
Rough Rock Highschool Rough Rock, AZ, Expected in High School Diploma : - GPA :
Certifications

Class B CDL with passenger, school bus, and air breaks endorsements.

Work History
Republic Services, Inc. - Roll Off Truck Driver
Cincinnati, OH, 03/2021 - Current
  • Communicated with dispatchers and other office personnel to handle two-way updates and adjust daily schedules.
  • Refilled truck after completing deliveries to return in ready-to-use condition.
  • Mapped out destinations ahead of time to ascertain quickest and safest routes for delivery.
  • Complied with all truck driving rules as well as company policies and procedures regarding safe vehicle operations.
  • Completed daily inspections, basic maintenance and common repair actions to keep equipment operating at full capacity.
  • Checked shipping papers to determine nature of load and checked for presence of hazardous materials.
  • Inspected load security and checked for damages.
  • Inspected trucks and trailers before each trip to assess safety and identify maintenance concerns.
  • Completed routine maintenance on truck to keep in working order.
  • Documented mileage, deliveries, pickups, customer issues and damages.
  • Completed preventive maintenance checks and basic repairs to vehicles.
  • Determined quickest and safest routes for delivery by using effective planning and organizational skills.
National Express Corporation - Class a Truck Driver Trainee
Fairview, PA, 02/2020 - 12/2020
  • Dropped and hooked trailers and changed configuration of equipment.
  • Completed regular inspections and maintenance actions, as well as basic equipment repairs, to keep equipment operating at peak levels.
  • Maintained daily, legible DOT log book and submitted corresponding documents.
  • Transported oversized shipments without incident.
  • Demonstrated safe driving by following all regulations and safety procedures, resulting in zero accidents.
  • Inspected trucks for malfunctions and reported vehicles to management for corrective action.
  • Invoiced, collected monies due and settled accounts with shippers each day.
  • Completed preventive maintenance and mechanical repairs on vehicles.
  • Maximized load safety by balancing, securing and weighing products.
  • Minimized delays by planning and adjusting routes to account for changing weather and traffic conditions.
Alamogordo Public Schools - School Bus Driver
City, STATE, 09/2019 - 02/2020
  • Maintained a New Mexico Class B CDL to enable legal operation of school buses for student transport, field trips and other purposes.
  • Followed established routes and safely navigated high-traffic areas and adhered to preset schedules.
  • Obeyed federal, state and local traffic laws and regulations to enable safe transportation outcomes for participants.
  • Transported passengers safely along prescribed routes according to tight schedules.
  • Assisted passengers with disabilities and other physical issues in boarding and exiting bus to promote passenger safety.
  • Communicated information to parents to promote good communication and transparency.
  • Inspected emergency equipment and verified safe working order for student and driver use.
  • Drafted and submitted reports detailing trips, fuel, mileage and hours.
  • Assessed bus condition and maintained brakes, wipers, gas levels and cleanliness.
Additional Information

I always find it important to explain my CDL situation. I currently have a class B CDL. In February of 2020 I obtained my class A permit and went to work with my uncle who owns a small trucking company. He has been a truck driver and owner operator since the 1980s. For a year I drove a tractor trailer semi truck under the supervision of my uncle. Due to corona virus I was never able to go take the driving test to finish obtaining my full class A CDL. So I just drove with my uncle under my class A permit for a year. Although I never obtained an actual class A, I did everything that any truck driver would do. Driving a semi truck with a manual transmission on flat land, through mountains, in snow, rain, tornadoes. In heavy traffic through big cities. I maintained a written log book. Adhered to all DOT laws and regulations. I eventually just went back to using my class B CDL to get a job driving a roll off dump truck.

I would also like to explain that I come from a family of truckers. All the way back to my great great uncle. My entire life I have been taught the rules of the road by my family. I think this is important to note because I have been shown all the ways to remain a safe, diligent, competent, and aware truck driver. I grew up in the cab of a truck and I take pride in being safe, careful, and responsible. I take care of and take pride in the equipment that I operate.

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School Attended
  • Rough Rock Highschool
Job Titles Held:
  • Roll Off Truck Driver
  • Class a Truck Driver Trainee
  • School Bus Driver
Degrees
  • High School Diploma

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