• Shuttle Driver

    Job Location US-CA-Richmond
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    ITS ConGlobal is the industry-leading provider of intermodal rail terminal services, auto loading and unloading and container depot services. We take pride in consistently delivering superior and reliable service, a broad scope of services and an exemplary safety record.  We’re currently seeking Shuttle Drivers.


    The Shuttle Driver will continue our mission of total customer satisfaction and internal efficiency we seek motivated individuals to join our team as a Shuttle Driver at our local facility.


    Starting rate of $13.45


    Shuttle Driver

    • Driving Unloaders to the assigned location to safely unload vehicles from rail car
    • Unloader drives the vehicle to the assigned spot on the lot and parks in individual bay. Shuttle Driver picks up the Unloader to begin the process again.
    • Follow safety procedures for vehicle operation.
    • Walking and in gating vehicles that come in our yard on a daily basis
    • Setting up loads for the unloaders
    • Marking cars with correct destinations and moving them in designated load lanes
    • Helping the unloaders by shuttling vehicles to designated bays.
    • Consolidating vehicles daily
    • Walking yard to make sure all cars are parked correctly
    • Inventory is done Monday and Thursdays throughout the whole yard

    This is an exciting time at ITS and we’re growing our team!  We offer full time employees the following; career growth, competitive compensation, benefits, 401K & vacation. 




    • Valid Driver’s License
    • Ability to work outdoors in all weather conditions
    • Open Schedule availability (Nights, Weekends, Holidays)

    All qualified applicants will be given equal consideration regardless of race, age, sex, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, color, religion, protected veteran status or national origin. 



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