Truck Driving Job In Canada For Foreigners Hiring Now

Are you a truck driver interested in working and earning as a foreigner in a reliable and reputable company in Canada? Here is a proposal open for you to apply and start work immediately after being accepted into the company. Truck driving job available in National Diabetes Trust


Job title: Full-time class 5 delivery driver

Job type: Full-time, Entry level


Company’s Name: National Diabetes Trust

Truck Driving Job In Canada For Foreigners
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Job Description

Reporting to the Operations Manager, this position works a 40-hour work week, driving established routes to pick donated clothing and household items from their valued customers’ homes and their designated charity donations bins – and deliver all these items to their Corporate Partners and storage facilities.

Job Benefits

Pay progression as per the Collective Agreement

Monthly bonus for the Top Drivers program

Dental Plan & Group Health

Registered Pension Plan (100% Employer-paid) after eligibility criteria are acquired.

RRSP with company matching component accessible

Corporate discounts through Perkopolis, Value Village, GoodLife &Fitness

Duties & Responsibilities

Complete all pickups, including household, drop bins, and other notable picks ups. You Conduct daily unloads at our corporate partners and fill & empty trucks in and out of storage facilities. Meet daily pickup and drop-off quotas Drive in a safe, courteous, and cautious manner when operating company trucks Depict a professional and positive image to our corporate partners, the public, and co-workers Produce and maintain outstanding and precise records of Maintenance for the truck as required by standard operating procedures.


An authentic full driver’s license and a clean driving record

Able to drive a 16-feet long,3-ton, automatic cube truck

Complete up to 120 pickups daily, fill and unpack up to 50 lbs. for every load.

Steady is required to stand, crawl, kneel, walk, stoop, or crouch; use fingers and hands to handle and feel tools, objects, or control and occasionally climb steps and balance.

Available on days, evenings, and weekends to work 10-hour shifts

Must pass a criminal background check

Must be legally eligible to work in Canada

Good vocal and written English proficiency


Applicants Must be eligible legally to work in Canada, and where applicable, they must have a valid work or study permit that allows the candidate to fulfill the role’s requirements. They accept applications from every qualified candidate, including women, persons with disabilities, Indigenous people, and members of visible minorities. They value a diverse workforce that reflects the communities they serve. They are open to accommodating people with disabilities as part of their hiring process.

Benefits are found in the job post.

Medical insurance

Dental Insurance

Pension plan

About the company

The National Diabetes Trust is Canada’s most oversized charitable wear and little household goods collection service. With more than 5,000 donation bins and an active home pickup service in communities across Canada (excluding Quebec), we collect unwanted, gently used clothing and household items, using them to raise much-needed funds for Diabetes Canada.

Join a team that is making a difference by raising money for life-altering charitable programs, all while helping the environment. As an employee on the NDT team, you are part of our national coverage in 2,500 communities, with 28 operations and 100 trucks. Each year, the program diverts more than 100 million pounds of clothing & household items from landfill sites across Canada.

At National Diabetes Trust, they are guided by their values of Teamwork, Accountability, Integrity, and Respect. They believe in the importance of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI). We are committed to bringing people together in a respectful, inclusive, and supportive environment, regardless of gender, age, identity, race, ethnicity, religion, income, sexual orientation, or where they live. In July 2020, we signed the BlackNorth Initiative CEO pledge and will hold ourselves accountable for meeting those commitments.

CLICK HERE TO APPLY: HTTP://: https://can63.dayforcehcm.com/CandidatePortal/en-US/diabetescanada/site/nationaldiabetestrust/Posting/View/8511




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