Experienced Delivery Driver with over 3 years of experience in Scuba Diving Industry. Over 5 years of customer service experience. Excellent reputation for resolving problems and improving customer satisfaction.
- Begin filling scuba tanks at 6am. Print out day schedule on tank deliveries and load first order of tank into truck.
- Lift 35 to 50Ibs. Scuba tanks weight can range from 35 to 50 pound either empty or filled.
- Company handles scuba tanks from aluminum to steel.
- Scuba tanks require Hydro inspection (last 5 years) and yearly V.I.P inspections.
- Each tank is limited to a specific amount of pressure. Pressure depending on the size of the tank can be from 3000, 3300, and 3442psi. Many of the aluminum tanks the facility refills have a limit psi pressure of 3000. Steel tanks since items are larger have psi pressures of 3300 to 3442.
- Common scuba tanks sizes used in the facility range from size 50's, 63's & 80's.
- Keeping the facility at a functional day-to-day paste is crucial.
- The chemical composition needed in order to safely inhale from a scuba tank is 21% oxygen with 79% nitrogen. The air humans breath safely consist of 21% oxygen and 79% nitrogen.
- Communicated customer complaints, requests and feedback to company management for swift resolution.
- Completed on-time deliveries by choosing best and most efficient routes.
- Inspected truck equipment and supplies and reported problems and safety hazards to supervisors following each shift.
- Operated vehicle safely in highly congested areas with no traffic violations.
- Loaded truck and properly secured items to prevent damage for over 6 deliveries per day.
- Oversaw product loading to keep items balanced, work efficient and items secure for safe delivery.
- Fostered positive working relationships with customers by responding to questions and concerns.
- Individual must to have good work ethic. Responsible, responsive, honest, trustworthy, reliable, determined, patient and respectful.
- Most of the duties on site require working in a team. This is a fast pace working business. One section lifts the dirty laundry into the washers. Another sections empties carts, cleans them, and pushes them to their next destination. Other section folds the clean towels and loads them into the clean cart which will be transported to the delivery trucks.
- Individual must be capable of lifting 35-50Ibs. Laundry carts when emptied can weight 15Ibs each. When loaded and ready to push onto the trucks; carts can weigh up to 45-60Ibs.
- Capable of solving problems to help the flow of production.
- Routes inbound and outbound air freight shipments to their destinations.
- Receives counter orders from customers and arranges for pickup of freight and delivery to loading platform.
- Assembles cargo according to destination.
- Weighs items and determines cost, using established tariffs.
- Direct or participate in cargo loading in order to ensure completeness of load and even distribution of weight.
- Itemizes charges, prepares freight bills, accepts payments and issues refunds.
- Prepares manifest to accompany shipments.
- Adhere to required security procedures and hazardous material handling requirements.
- Unloads inbound freight and notifies consignees on arrival of shipments and arranges for delivery to consignees.• Perform operations in conjunction with the loading and unloading of mail.
- Able to scan and assemble mail according to destination.
- Adhere to required security procedures at Air Cargo and with equipment handling.
- Maintain a clean and safe work environment at all times.
- Able to lift 35-50Ibs.
- Must adhere to a security background check and gain security clearance to gain access to the Honolulu airport facility.
- Safely operated various types of equipment such as conveyor belts, push-back tractors and tugs.
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