Route Delivery Driver (Woodbridge)

Woodbridge, VA
Full Time
Entry Level

International Gourmet Foods, Inc. (IGF) services restaurants, gourmet markets, clubs, caterers, bakeries, country clubs, breweries, wineries, and hotels throughout the eastern United States. We are driven by strong corporate and community values and most importantly, by the employees who uphold them. 

The Route Delivery Driver will safely and efficiently operate a box truck and unload and deliver products (dry and frozen foods, meats, supplies, etc.) to customer locations on a set route schedule. Our drivers create relationships with each customer and are critical to IGF’s reputation as a customer-service driven company. 

CDL is NOT required. 

Duties and Responsibilities 

  1. Drive a reefer box truck to deliver high-quality food products to customers, primarily in the hospitality and food-service industries 

  1. Track delivery progress and report issues in real time via routing software deployed on a mobile phone or tablet 

  1. Answer phone correspondence in a timely manner to efficiently communicate with dispatch and management 

  1. Load, unload, and stack products for customers 

  1. Provide excellent customer service while checking in orders and collecting payment from customers upon delivery 

  1. Perform daily vehicle checks for roadworthiness and maintenance issues 

  1. Perform safety inspections; prepare safety and post-incident reports as needed 

  1. Comply with DOT regulations and traffic laws 

  1. Maintain a positive MVR score for the duration of employment 

  1. Perform other duties as assigned 

Qualifications (Required) 

  • Able to pass a criminal background check 

  • No reckless or DUI/DWI tickets 

  • Clean driving record with good/positive points based on driver location 

  • DOT physical card 

  • Box truck route delivery driving experience (1-2 years minimum) 

  • Strong attention to detail and solid written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills 

  • Capable of working well as a member of a team and with minimal supervision 

Physical Requirements 

  • Must be able to bend, lift (at least 55 lb.), stretch, and climb (including ladders) 

  • Must be able to perform all delivery activities (checking, cleaning, loading, and pulling) 

  • Must be comfortable driving and working in inclement weather conditions with frequent stops 

  • Must be able to sustain prolonged periods of standing and walking  

  • Must be able to work across temperature zones (dry/frozen/refrigerated) 

  • Requires bending, sitting, standing, walking, use of hands, arms, legs, eyes, and voice 




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