Established in 1903, Bekins Northwest has more than 100 years of experience in the moving industry. We continually strive to raise the standard to provide our customers with the best possible service in the moving industry. Our highly qualified staff of account managers, movers, packers and drivers are considered experts in the industry. We proudly employ a professional staff of experts in residential moving, office moving, systems furniture installations, International crating, special products and corporate relocations. Many of Washington's largest employers, including the Seattle Seahawks, Seattle Mariners, University of Washington, Providence, Burke Museum and the State of Washington, have relied on our expertise and quality services. We are proud to be an Agent for Bekins Van Lines and their customer first philosophy.

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Bekins NW / Olympic Moving and Storage has immediate openings for experienced Drivers with Class A, B, or Class C Licenses. The successful candidates will be able to provide exceptional customer service to our client base, serve in a leadership role and ensure professionalism. We will provide training to the right person who can demonstrate motivation and a willingness to learn. If you’re interested in taking on a new challenge at a growing company, we encourage you to apply today.

Qualifications and Responsibilities:

  • Conduct inspections of the vehicle before departing to deliver goods
  • Pack and load products onto trucks according to company’s specifications
  • Maintain ongoing communication with Operations and Dispatch
  • Excellent Customer Service Skills
  • Ability to pass a background check
  • Drug-Free
  • Satisfactory driving record

Our benefits include:

  • Competitive pay
  • Medical, Vision and Dental Insurance – (if applicable)
  • PTO – (after 60 days)
  • Training and advancement opportunities

Job Type: Full-time

License:

  • Class A, B or C
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