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Working As A Motor Vehicle Operator

  • $46,207

    Average Salary

What Does A Motor Vehicle Operator Do At Ford Motor Company

* Working with Ford internal Safety Office to ensure Automated Vehicle (AV) offerings are in compliance with Federal Motor Vehicle Safety System (FMVSS) Requirements
* Assisting in conducting experiments to validate vehicle system and subsystem performance meet safety targets
* Development of system level functional safety requirements for automated vehicles
* Assist in the creation of system level technical requirements for automated vehicles
* Development of test plans and procedures for verifying that internally developed automated vehicle safety targets are met

What Does A Motor Vehicle Operator Do At U.S. Marine Corps

* Operate and perform operator maintenance on one or more motor vehicles including platform trucks, van trucks, fel trucks, stake trucks, dump trucks, and trash removal trucks which typically have an approximate gross vehicle weight of more than 10,000 pounds and 26,000 pounds.
* Operate platform, van, stake, and cargo vans to pick up and deliver materials and equipment or tow equipment to various locations and work sites.
* Operate dump trucks to haul earth, gravel, sand, and similar construction materials or debris such as logs, stumps, and stone over roads, streets, and through open field areas and over difficult terrain around construction sites or similar operating environments.
* Operate a hydraulic dumping mechanism to unload or spread the materials in the dump bed.
* Check material loaded or delivered against various documents to prevent errors and to certify the condition of the items and obtain signatures from receiving personnel

What Does A Motor Vehicle Operator Do At Air National Guard Units (Title 32/Title 5)

* Race and National Origin Identification **with name listed.
* Current AF Form 422 (Physical Profile Serial Report) dated within 18 months or Current Individual Medical Readiness (IMR) dated within 6 months:** (Go to https://imr.afms.mil/imr/MyIMR.aspx.
* Click on the printer icon, select the Adobe PDF printer and click print.
* Save the document and submit it with your application.
* The date will populate on the bottom of the page when you print to PDF.)
* If you are not currently in the Air Force, please submit a document stating you do not possess one of these documents.
* Document 2 can be found here: http://www.arguard.org/hro/Staffing/TechAir/airtechhro.mht

What Does A Motor Vehicle Operator Do At Navy Exchange Services (NEX)

* Operates a motor vehicle such as a pick-up truck (weighing up to 10,000 pounds) for either specific trip assignments or regularly established schedules and standard routes to transport personnel, supplies, materials, or equipment and tools.
* Completes pre and post trips inspection reports and performs preventive maintenance on assigned vehicle (or vehicle being utilized for that days work).
* Completes trip tickets, preventive maintenance records and driver accident reports.
* Loads and unloads vehicles; assures vehicle is not overloaded.
* Signs for and obtains receipt for merchandise, as required.
* Opens, inspects and counts to insure that loads conform to receipts; notes overages, shortages or damaged merchandise and reports to supervisor.
* Receives merchandise transfer from locations; selects merchandise for delivery to sales locations.
* May pick up, deliver and distribute mail or merchandise to various locations in accordance with instructions and established procedures.
* May deliver food to patron's homes.
* Collects payment and makes change, as necessary.
* Adheres to Navy Exchange Customer Service standards by maintaining a neat, clean appearance and wearing appropriate uniform/name tag, as required.
* Exercises tact, good manners and courtesy when serving and assisting customers; suggests substitutes when items are not available; and informs customers of specials.
* Provides service in a prompt and friendly manner.
* Observes all sanitary, safety, fire and traffic regulations.
* Performs other related duties as assigned.
* PHYSICAL EFFORT: Light physical effort is used in operating the controls of the vehicle and moderate effort may be required in frequent handling and lifting objects up to 40 pounds or heavier with assistance of others or weight handling equipment

What Does A Motor Vehicle Operator Do At U.S. Army Joint Munitions Command

* Operating gasoline or diesel powered trucks; operating trucks equipped with transmissions of four or more forward speeds; operating trucks equipped with air brakes; driving trucks over improved roads, and through congested areas exercising caution when backing to load or unload cargo; loading and unloading cargo using pallet jacks; and verifying pick-up and delivery receipts.
* Failure to meet this Screen Out Element will result in an ineligible rating.
* Ability To Interpret Instructions, Specifications, etc. (related to mobile equipment operation)
* Ability To Lead Or Supervise
* Ability To Operate Safely (Non
* Motor Vehicle)
* Operation of Motor Vehicles
* Work Practices (includes keeping things neat, clean, and in order)
* PHYSICAL EFFORT:
* Work requires moderate physical effort in reaching, bending, turning or moving hands, arms, feet and legs to operate hand and foot controls especially when backing vehicles and in the frequent handling of heavier objects while loading cargo with the assistance of other workers and weight climbing on tractors to hook up service lines.
* Considerable physical effort may be required to change tire and to make limited temporary

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Top Motor Vehicle Operator Skills

  1. Motor Vehicle
  2. Safety Rules
  3. Transport Personnel
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Oversee 32 motor vehicle operators; discuss safety protocols, daily routes, and post schedules.
  • Enforce safety rules and regulations.
  • Supervised and operated wheeled vehicles to transport personnel and cargo.
  • Perform preventive maintenance and check vehicles before driving to ensure mechanical safety, and emergency equipment is in good working order.
  • Performed distribution duties such as processing and delivery, dispatching government official and personal documents.

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