About Mister P Express Inc

Mister “P” Express is a truckload contract carrier with authority in 48 states and Canada. Our goal is to be on time, every time.  We pledge total dedication and explicit attention to every detail that our customers require. 
Role and Responsibilities
  • Responsible for On-Time delivery and pickups.
  • Maintaining accurate Hours of Service 
  • Must check call daily when arriving & departing shipping/receiving locations.
  • Must scale all loads properly.
  • Be able to read & understand an Atlas.
  • Know how to fuel tractor & use a fuel card.
  • Know how to issue a Com Check for lumpers & repairs.
  • Ensure that you have current & accurate permits and registrations for specific states.
  • Submit all paperwork by end of work week.
  • Secure cargo & equipment when applicable, i.e., sealing trailers, bracing, blocking, ratchet, & straps & sending pictures to dispatch.
  • Inspect and identify safety defects and properly record all information on DVIR.
  • Must perform Pre & Post trip inspections. 
  • Notify dispatch and/or Safety regarding accidents, incidents, delays, inclement weather, and breakdowns.
  • Have a clear understanding of OS&D procedures and document such. 
  • Must understand how to read a Bill of Lading
  • Assist with freight unloading and/and or loading, i.e., using a pallet jack without assistance if required and documenting on your Bill of Lading
  • Maintaining a 3-point contact when entering and exiting the vehicle 
  • Drop/Hook trailers from tractor.
  • Slide Trailer Tandems
  • Pulling 5th wheel Pin & hood on tractor
  • Dolly up and Down trailer
  • Open & closing of trailer doors.
  • Meets the minimum qualifications set forth in the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations
  • Must be able to drive anytime within a 24-hour period as FMCSA allows.
  • Other duties as assigned by management – Please note that this list is not exclusive in nature but are examples of some of the specific requirements for a driver.
 Qualifications and Education Requirements
  • High School Diploma or GED, verbal communication skills, CDL-Class A Driver License
  • Prefer two years previous tractor/trailer driving experience (unless applying as a student driver)
  • Knowledge of all applicable DOT Regulations and Motor Carrier Safety Regulations
  • Meet all standards (medical, safety, etc.) required by the DOT and pass required drug/alcohol test.
  • Acceptable background investigation results
  • Hazardous Material Certified, U.S. Passport


Jeffersonville, IN

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