Searching for a career path that keeps things interesting? Consider becoming a Bioheat® fuel and oil delivery driver who operates bobtail trucks to make local deliveries to all sorts of customers. A CDL is required to become a delivery driver, but many employers in the industry will help job candidates complete the necessary training to acquire one. Learn more about becoming a delivery driver below.
Do you love the idea of working independently and on the go? Are you interested in operating commercial vehicles, enjoy driving, and are comfortable working with a variety of customers? If you answered ‘Yes’, you would make a great Bioheat® fuel delivery driver!
Bioheat® fuel delivery drivers operate bobtail trucks and are responsible for the safe and efficient delivery of Bioheat® fuel to an established customer base daily on local routes. Delivery locations may include residential homes, commercial warehouses, farms and agricultural businesses, and more.
On the open road, but not too far from home! Bioheat® fuel delivery drivers work within their local communities, delivering fuel oil to customers within the company’s service area. This could range from several towns to several counties.
Hours vary based on the delivery hours set by the individual company, although most keep regular business hours for delivery, such as 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. or similar hours.
Become a delivery driver in the Bioheat® fuel industry for a rewarding career with competitive pay, valuable benefits, and a work schedule that allows time with family and friends.