Dump Truck Driver - Dickerson Florida

Dump Truck Driver


Dump truck operators/drivers must be capable of transporting, delivering and off-loading aggregate materials, asphalt, soil, rock and miscellaneous construction site debris and materials onto and off of flatbed, tandem or tri-axel dump trucks equipped with automatic transmission and steering.



  • Possession of a valid and current Florida Class A/B commercial driver’s license (CDL).
  • Possession of a valid DOT physical examination card or the ability to pass a DOT examination.
  • Ability to comply with other DOT regulatory requirements.
  • Driving history must meet underwriting requirements of the company’s automobile/truckers’ liability insurance carrier.
  • Ability to on-load, transport, deliver and off-load various materials and debris utilizing a flatbed, tandem or tri-axel dump truck equipped with manual transmission and steering on open highway, unpaved and uneven construction sites, in populated areas, and in congested traffic environments.
  • Ability to maneuver the dump truck in various close-quarter areas including, but not limited to, supplier material chutes for on-loading activities in congested traffic areas.
  • Monitoring on loading materials for load-limits control and proper material distribution.
  • Ability to assess and monitor load amounts and weight to assure the dump truck is not overloaded.
  • Adequate range of motion and ability operate the tarp crank for placement and removal of tarps/covers over materials loaded on the dump truck.
  • Operation of cab, vehicle, bed release and hydraulic controls.
  • Ability to climb in and out of vehicle using hand holds and foot steps as necessary.
  • Ability to hook-up/connect the dump truck to asphalt pavers and other equipment for off-loading materials.
  • Sitting during transport and delivery for one-half an hour (1/2) to four (4) consecutive hours at a time.
  • Ability to perform pre-trip inspections of the vehicle, including necessary bending, stooping, kneeling, turning and climbing as required for proper review.
  • Adequate range of motion and peripheral vision necessary for the safe and effective operation of the vehicle.
  • Ability to complete and record fuel logs, inspection reports, DOT reports and other information required by law.
  • Cataloging or reporting work preformed each day.
  • Ability to read and understand road signs, directions, road maps, fuel logs, inspection reports and other necessary information.
  • Ability to effectively communicate with other workers at and around job sites.
  • Ability to walk and maneuver on even and uneven surfaces at the plant and construction sites.
  • Ability to withstand various environmental conditions, including but not limited to normal summer outside temperatures with a heat index occasionally in excess of 100 degrees, the combined effect of heat and humidity during outside summer work, possible low winter outside temperatures, and routine rain.
  • Ability to withstand various airborne particles located at outside construction sites, including dust, sand, dirt and pollen.
  • Ability to withstand various gases, vapors and fumes within acceptable OSHA/EPA limits produced by construction equipment, solvents and asphalt located at outside construction sites.
  • Ability to perform and timely and productively execute tasks and assignments.
  • Ability to meet weekly attendance requirements, often averaging 8 to 12 hours per day with normal start and stop times varying with job site needs.
  • Ability to meet other attendance requirements, including overtime hours, weekend work, holiday work, night work and shift assignments as necessary.
  • Ability to withstand loud and continuous noises from various construction equipment within acceptable OSHA limits.
  • Ability to work effectively with dealers, suppliers, customers, fellow workers and public.
  • Use of personal protective equipment including hard hats, eye wear and hearing protectors as necessitated by law, job site conditions, or company safety policy.


  • Attendance at staff and safety meetings.
  • Ability to shovel, sweep, and perform general “housekeeping” at and around work areas.
  • Ability to change vehicle tires as required, both at the company shop or in-field.
  • Ability to perform small repairs to the vehicle.
  • Occasional lifting up to 40 pounds.
  • Completion of DOT accident reports.
  • Participation in accident review committees.

For employment inquires please contact our Human Resources Department at 772-429-4465
Completed applications can be forwarded to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or fax to772-429-4445.

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Corporate Address

3122 North 25th Street
Ft. Pierce, Florida 34946
Mailing Address
PO Box 910 
Ft. Pierce, Florida 34954
Phone Number
(772) 429-4444

Our Affiliates

Florida Transportation Builders Association
Florida Department of Transportation
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