Truck Driver Job in Toronto

El Cheapo Movers Ltd
    April 16, 2024
    Toronto, ON, Toronto, Canada
    Job Type


    Job Overview

    We are currently seeking reliable and experienced truck drivers to join our team in Toronto. As a truck driver, you will play a crucial role in the transportation and delivery of goods across the Greater Toronto Area. If you are a dedicated driver with a commitment to safety and efficiency, we invite you to explore this opportunity.

    Job Details:

    • Employer Name: El Cheapo Movers Ltd
    • Position: Truck Driver
    • No of Vacancies: 1
    • Salary: $25.00 hourly / 20 to 40 hours per week
    • Employment Type: Full-time,  Part-time
    • Location: Canada


    • No degree certificate or diploma


    • 3 years to less than 5 years

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    Job Responsibilities

    • Operate and maintain a variety of commercial vehicles, including delivery trucks and tractor-trailers.
    • Safely transport goods and materials from one location to another within Toronto and its surrounding areas.
    • Follow all safety regulations and traffic laws to ensure accident-free and responsible driving.
    • Inspect vehicles for mechanical issues and perform routine maintenance as needed.
    • Plan routes and schedules to optimize delivery efficiency.
    • Accurately record delivery and pick-up details.
    • Communicate with dispatch and customers to coordinate deliveries and resolve issues.
    • Load and unload cargo, ensuring proper handling and secure transport.


    • Valid Class A or Class D driver's license.
    • Proven safe driving record and experience in commercial truck driving.
    • Strong communication and problem-solving skills.
    • Physical fitness for loading/unloading and long hours on the road.
    • Knowledge of safety regulations and compliance.
    • Dependability and strong work ethic.

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    Education and Experience Requirements

    • High school diploma or equivalent.
    • Valid Class A or Class D driver's license.
    • Prior experience in commercial truck driving is preferred.

    Working Environments

    Truck drivers in Toronto operate in diverse environments, including urban, suburban, and rural areas. They may experience varying weather conditions and often work independently with scheduled routes and timelines.


    • Competitive compensation with opportunities for salary progression.
    • Health and dental insurance coverage.
    • Retirement savings plans.
    • Scheduled work hours and the possibility of overtime.
    • Job stability and a fulfilling career in the transportation industry.


    Truck driver salaries in Toronto are competitive and based on experience, type of vehicle operated, and distance traveled. Compensation details will be discussed during the interview.

    How to Apply

    By Email


    Q: What are the typical work hours for truck drivers in Toronto? A: Work hours can vary but often follow a standard 40-hour workweek, with the potential for overtime.

    Q: Do I need my own commercial truck for this position? A: In most cases, employers provide the trucks for their drivers.

    Q: Are there opportunities for career advancement in the trucking industry in Toronto? A: Yes, experienced truck drivers often have opportunities to advance to supervisory or specialized roles within the transportation sector.


    If you are a dedicated and skilled truck driver with a commitment to safety and timely deliveries, we encourage you to apply for the Truck Driver Job in Toronto. Join our team and be part of a critical transportation network, ensuring goods reach their destinations safely and efficiently in our vibrant city.

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