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A driver/merchandiser's role in society is to directly deliver products to customers on time, bearing good communication skills to interpret and relay messages and instructions. A driver/merchandiser is also tasked to check on the truck's condition, repair or replace damaged parts, and deliver it to reliable auto shops if the damage is severe. They must follow road guidelines and laws imposed by the state or city where they do the job.

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Driver/Merchandiser Responsibilities

Here are examples of responsibilities from real driver/merchandiser resumes representing typical tasks they are likely to perform in their roles.

  • Manage 100 stores as a DSD vendor, entailing presales, delivery and basic account management.
  • Load truck with propane using the proper PPE equipment.
  • Load and unload freight with compressor and pump using proper PPE.
  • Present log dot book daily and fill out payroll time sheet daily.
  • Coordinate daily delivery schedules base on peak delivery times and alternate routes for the delivery of Co2.
  • Ensure timely delivery of CO2 gas/ carbonation/cylinders to restaurant establishments in the DFW area
  • Facilitate inter-departmental communication to effectively provide customer support.
  • Create a safety protocol manual to educate employees on proper procedures in cases of emergency.
  • Facilitate inter-departmental communication to effectively provide customer support.

5 Driver/Merchandiser Resume Examples