Darling International, Inc. Route Driver in Blue Earth, Minnesota
Darling Ingredients is looking to hire a Route Driver in Blue Earth, MN. Are you ready to take your Class A or B CDL driving career to the next level with a stable worldwide company? This route delivery position earns competitive pay, depending on experience, plus bonus opportunities based on performance. We also offer comprehensive full-time benefits, including full medical, dental, vision, a 401(k) plan, vacation time, and more. If this sounds like the right Class A or B CDL driving opportunity for you, apply today! ABOUT DARLING INGREDIENTS We began as a family business in 1882 and have continued to grow into the world's leading innovative developer and producer of sustainable organic ingredients for a growing population. Headquartered in Irving, TX with regional offices in Cold Spring, KY and Des Moines, IA as well as production facilities across the U.S., we have over 10,000 employees across the globe. We repurpose and reuse rather than discarding what others might consider waste. We capture valuable ingredients and nutrients to help maximize what nature has to offer, providing components for a wide range of products that include pet food, fertilizer, and biofuel. Giving nature a second life is our second nature. Our greatest assets are our employees. Our inclusive global workforce and their wide variety of skills, abilities, experiences, and perspectives have been critical in helping us consistently deliver best-in-class results around the world. In order to attract and retain employees who share our values of integrity, transparency, and entrepreneurship, we offer competitive pay, excellent benefits, stability, and opportunities for career growth. A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A ROUTE DRIVER As a Route Driver, you are responsible for collecting and transporting raw materials from our broad customer base back to facilities and transfer stations. Our customers range in size from small family farms, larger hog confinements, locker plants, and restaurants up to large-scale slaughterhouses and food processors. Driving a straight truck or a tractor-trailer, you collect materials from multiple customers along your route each day. At pick-up locations, you may load farm mortalities utilizing a winch or clam-loader. You always inspect raw material for any foreign or hazardous material at the time of pick up. Conscientiously, you provide each customer with a receipt of pick-up and obtain the signature of the appropriate management at the location. After completing your route, you scale your truck at the facility or dock and go home. You manage your route with an onboard computer (OBC) and also keep an up-to-date backup paper log for compliance purposes. Taking responsibility for your truck, you keep it clean and complete a vehicle condition report on a daily basis. You provide exceptional professional service to all customers and follow all laws and regulations. You love that you get to hit the road for a living, while still being home every night!