“I’m Lovin’ It” – This is one of the most famous slogans the world has ever encountered, mainly because it is tied up with one of the biggest companies in the world: McDonalds. As the force behind the Big Mac and Chicken McNuggets (among many other fast food delicacies,) the beginnings of McDonalds can be traced back to the 1940’s, when the first chain was established by brothers Dick and Mac.
As of present, McDonalds is the world’ largest chain of fast food restaurants. With more than 35,000 outlets in 119 countries, it won’t be able to serve its millions and millions of customers without the help of a reliable logistics team. Be part of the company’s jolly workforce by applying for any of these McDonalds truck driving jobs.
Delivery Service Driver
For the company to be able to serve its millions of customers, it needs to have reliable people to take over multitudes of McDonalds truck driving jobs. One of the many openings is for a delivery service driver. For this job, you are responsible for the pick-up and delivery of products to the customers. At the same time, the Delivery Service Driver is at the forefront of customer service – as he needs to mind the values of responsiveness and timeliness.
Other responsibilities include:
- Loads and unloads delivery items from the truck.
- Visits or calls customers to check on the customers’ satisfaction with the products.
- Complies with procedures as processes as mandated by OSHA, DOT, and HACCP.
- Completes and maintains papers and documents as required by the state or federal government.
- Communicates with team manager regarding schedule adjustments, as requested by the customer.
- Maintains appropriate fluid levels in all trucks and vehicles.
- Assures vehicle is clean and well-maintained.
- Maintains clean driving record.
- Maintains presentable and professional appearance for the customers and employers.
Apart from these requirements, these are the physical demands that come with these McDonalds truck driving jobs:
- Regular talking and hearing.
- Frequent standing, walking, climbing, balancing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, or crawling.
- Frequent reaching and using of hands and fingers.
- Lifting/moving items weighing as much as 60 pounds.
The requirements for these McDonalds truck driving jobs are as follows:
- Age: at least 21 years old.
- Education: High School Diploma or GED equivalent.
- Commercial Driver’s License, Class A or Class B, with tanker endorsement.
- Clean driving record.
- Minimum of 2 years truck driving experience.
- Good vision.
Local Delivery Driver
Another one of the many McDonalds truck driving jobs you can try out is that of the local delivery driver. As with most openings, the primary responsibility here to is to deliver products at a timely and accurate manner.
Other tasks associated with these McDonalds truck driving jobs include:
- Safe loading and unloading of products.
- Perform pre-trip inspections and report any problems to the supervisor.
- Accomplish the needed documents before dispatching.
- Complete invoices.
Ronald McDonald Care Mobile Coordinator and Driver
McDonalds truck driving jobs are not just about hauling food stuffs and associated equipment. There are some openings that have social purposes as well. One is that of the Ronald McDonald Care Mobile coordinator and driver. The primary responsibility for this McDonalds truck driving job is to drive the 40-foot mobile health clinic safely.
Other than driving the mobile truck, this job comes with prolonged periods of sitting, standing, and moving. Lifting objects weighing up to 50 pounds is required as well.
The essential requirements for this job are the following:
- Professional driving experience, clean driving record
- Class B Commercial Driver’s License
- Language, reading, and critical thinking skills
- Experience in customer service
Once you get shortlisted for this McDonalds truck driving job, you will need to undergo a pre-employment screening as well as a background check.