ELD Compliance: Ensure driver logs are correct, up to date, and signed.
Logs issues, investigating, and correcting is applicable. Enroll new CDL hires into the ELD system (Bigroad), and assist in training. Monitor and assign unidentified movements to the proper individual. Responsible for managing FMCSA compliance with ELD’s and Hours of Service (HOS) oversight. Have regular Safety Meetings with drivers to discuss training opportunities to keep them informed of their Safety status. Provide video content on weekly basis for every driver to review and complete feedback. Random riding with drivers on designated route to provide feedback for improvement. Manage the Quarterly Random Drug Screening for Drivers. Qualifications:
3-5 years experience managing a safety department program High school diploma or college degree Working knowledge of USDOT motor carrier rules & regulations Ability to communicate fluently in the English language Current CDL with minimum 3 years Current Passenger endorsement held for 2 years minimum Must pass Pre-employment drug screen Skills: Other
Ability to communicate effectively with clients, drivers, and other team members Attention to detail and follow up Meets challenges resourcefully Exhibits patience and persistence in the face of obstacles Adapts very well to change and inconsistency in the workplace Ability to closely manage time sensitive priorities Ability to operate in a 24/7 environment with after hours/weekend activity Ability to meet deadlines and respond quickly **Must have ability to work weekdays and irregular schedule when required.
Candies is a family owned service that has been in the transportation business for over 30 years. We pride ourselves on using the fabulous Prevost H-Series Deluxe motorcoaches. We are based in Gainesville Florida (Home of the University of Florida). Candies has an excellent safety rating due to our staff and training programs. Our main focus is our customers and their safety. We employ well trained, professional, drug free coach hands, who will always lay out the “Red Carpet Treatment” for you and your group.