BASIC FUNCTION: Responsible for the daily delivery of products to customers.
40% Driving to customer locations and unloading product.
15 Restocking shelves and rotating product.
10 Invoicing and issuing credits to customers.
10 Loading product into truck and counting inventory.
10 Completion of settle-up sheets and expense reports.
5 Collection of payments from cash accounts or delinquent accounts.
5 Recording mileage logs and driving records.
5 Fueling truck and submission of truck for scheduled maintenance.
1. Servicing accounts on a weekly basis to ensure ample, fresh product is stocked for all customers assigned to the route.
2. Rotate and restock product on shelves to prevent product from exceeding expiration date, and to ensure freshness. Customer complaints and a high number of credits means the driver is performing this duty poorly.
3. Accurate entry of quantities and prices when issuing invoices and credit memos to customers. Verify quantities and correct product codes on DSD tickets and receiving documents and have receiver sign invoices and/or receiving documents.
4. Count truck's inventory for accuracy and verify product transfers before signing. The driver is responsible for all product loaded to his/her truck.
5. Timely and accurate completion of expense reports and settle-up documents. The cash collected and turned in each week must match the paperwork. Count all cash received and review checks for accuracy before accepting them from customers. Once you accept cash from a customer, you are responsible for turning it in during settle-up. Receipts are required to verify expenses.
6. Drivers are responsible for collection of payments from cash accounts, seven-day charge accounts, and delinquent accounts on their route. If a driver accepts a bad check, he/she must collect the payment plus an additional $35 fee.
7. Drivers are responsible for maintaining a valid driver's license and all driving records as required by the D.O.T. All routes must enter their beginning and ending mileage on each week's expense report. Drivers whose MVR or driving record falls below acceptable standards may face probation, suspension of driving privileges, or termination.
Independent, self-motivated, and organized.
Knowledge of basic computer functions, (i.e., downloading documents, email, internet, Microsoft words, etc.)
Work independently and display a professional demeanor representing clients.
Effective communicating and problem solving skills.
1+ years’ experience in Retail, Sales, or a Field Based supervisor role.
Personal access to functional tools such as Smart phone or Smart pad and computer.
Communicate timely with Management through phone or e-mail.
Be able to lift up to 35lbs, walk, stand, bend, and stoop for long periods of time.
Access to reliable and insured vehicle with current and valid driver’s license.