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Pump Truck Driver/Sewer and Drain Cleaner

Immediate Full Time Position Available

ABOUT OUR COMPANY
Raider Rooter is a small family owned and operated business that specializes in sewer and drain cleaning and septic tank and grease trap pumping. We take pride in doing a good job at a fair price and look to make and maintain long relationships with our customers. We are a family business and treat our employees as an extension of our family.
REQUIREMENTS
We are searching for someone with sewer and drain cleaning or septic pumping experience, although it is not necessary. CDL class A or B with tanker endorsement is required. Candidate must have reliable transportation, clean driving record, clean cut, and must be fluent in reading/writing in English. Bilingual Spanish speakers are a plus. Job responsibilities would focus on driving a service van to diagnose clogged drains and unclogging them with an electric snake or high pressure water jetter. Your responsibilities would also include driving a Tanker Truck to service commercial and residential septic tanks and grease traps.
We are looking for a hard worker who is comfortable operating large machinery and performing heavy lifting. Customer service skills are a very important part of the job as we deal with our clients directly and are often working inside their homes. Must be available to work on alternating nights, weekends, and holidays (we are an emergency service company).
SALARY/BENEFITS
We offer salary pay (guaranteed paycheck! not commission or hourly based) with opportunity to earn commissions and night pay on top of your regular salary. Full paid health insurance after 90 days. Paid vacation time and matching IRA contributions after 1 year.
TO APPLY
Please send a resume that includes your name, address, phone number and your qualifications. We will only consider applicants that live in Palm Beach County as our employees must be available for emergency calls. We are a Drug Free workplace. Must pass a drug test, must pass a driver record check.


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