Read and follow all instructions carefully.
￼List all accidents regardless of fault, severity or motor vehicle type, be it personal vehicle or business vehicle. We will check your motor vehicle report for the past 10 years, so please be accurate.
To speed up the interview process, please have COPIES of the following documents:
(*Professional references: Doctor, Attorney, Minister, Judge, etc)
Pursuant to DOT regulations have you, within the three (3) years preceding the date of this application:
NOTICE!! Gather all your work history for the last 10 years before starting this section. If you need to stop to find part of your work history, hit the "Save & Continue Later" link at the bottom of this page so the internet does not time you out and make you start over from the beginning.
Position requires a Medical Examiners Certificate as required under Sub-part E, section 391 of the Federal
Motor Carriers Safety Regulations.
NOTE: PERFORMANCE OF ALL WORK TASK AND JOB ACTIVITIES ARE SUBJECT TO HIGH ALTITUDE ENVIRONMENTS, FROM SEA LEVEL TO
ELEVATIONS GREATER THAN 10,000 FEET.
Position requires the physical demand(s) of continuous sitting for periods up to 10 hours, in the seat and cab of a
tractor (truck) during various weather and altitude (mountain elevations) driving conditions.
Position requires the physical demand(s) of occasional walking, kneeling, squatting, stooping, reaching,
grasping, pushing, pulling, and climbing, as necessary to enter/exit a truck cab and trailer cargo area and
perform equipment inspections as required under Part 396 of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations.
Position requires the physical demand(s) of occasional walking, bending, crouching, reaching, grasping,
rotating or lifting, pulling and pushing wheeled equipment with tongue weight(s) up to 128 pounds, a distance of 1 - 5 feet, as required to
perform the essential function(s) of coupling or uncoupling multiple trailer combinations.
Position requires the physical demand(s) of occasional walking, standing, bending, crouching, squatting,
grasping, reaching, rotating and lifting/carrying up to 75 pounds. This may also include lifting above the
shoulder and head level. The essential function(s), include but are not limited to, monitoring loading and unloading activity, handling and
securing cargo or installing safety devices (tire chains) as required by the Federal Motor Carriers Safety Regulations.
Position requires the physical demand on wrist pronation and supination
as necessary to operate commercial motor vehicle controls.
Equipment / Tools:
Equipment - Tractor-trailer, tractor controls, fifth-wheel and trailer slider release, trailer landing gear, congear
(dolly), hand-truck, forklift, manual and power pallet-jack, freight cart, load locks, chain(s)
Tools - fifth wheel and trailer-slider pull tool(s), hand tool(s), rope, computer keyboard, pen, map(s), calculator,
Position is subject to irregular work schedules, occasional temperature and weather extremes,
long trips, short notice for trip assignments, tight delivery schedules, delays enroute and other stresses and fatigue related to driving a large
commercial motor vehicle on crowded streets and highways.
Noise intensity level(s) is mild, which are normal decibels for outdoor or indoor work.
Performance Dimensions and Essential Task: The job analysis group essential functions and task by domain. The following
scale defines percentage of workday for each domain as occasional, frequently and continuously and indicates the limits of weight(s) lifted/carried
or for exerted (in pounds).
% of WORK DAY
1 - 33 %
34 - 60 %
67 - 100 %
0 - 10 lbs
0 - 20 lbs
20 - 50 lbs
10 - 25 lbs
1 - 10 lbs
50 - 100 lbs
25 - 50 lbs
10 - 20 lbs
The Semi- Tractor Driver Job is defined as HEAVY for STRENGTH. * Doubles
All driver candidates seeking employment with us must be physically able to
perform the essential job functions listed in the driver's job analysis.