Transportation Clerk & Driver

Food Bank
Transportation Clerk & Driver

The overall purpose of the position: Assisting with all facets of transportation logistics including DOT/IFTA documentation, Penske trip sheet clarification, routing experience, and computer skills.

End date
Opportunity type
Warehouse / Supply Chain / Drivers
Job responsibilities

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Route Management:
Dispatch multiple vehicles to accomplish scheduled deliveries on time, with accuracy. Track fleet usage on an on-going basis. Maintain and document pallet counts, trip sheets and manifests. Complete driver delivery packets and place them in the designated area in warehouse.
Operational: Handle various paperwork that flows through the department. Operate Descartes, and Navision to add or correct delivery information.

Staff Management:
Document time off requests to assist manager when needed. Manage driver logs and paperwork

Supervisory Responsibility:
This position has no official supervisory responsibilities but is considered a lead role to ensure timely deliveries for the entire fleet of drivers.

Non-Essential Functions. The following are non-essential functions of the position:
• Assist in loading the trucks when needed.
• Assist in warehouse operations as assigned.
• Perform other duties as requested.

Application qualifications

The employee occasionally lifts and/or moves up to 75 pounds. Also, must be able to push/pull and operate manual and electric pallets and forklifts weighing up to 2,000 lbs. to assist in loading trucks. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, peripheral vision, and the ability to adjust focus.

Employee must be able to obtain and maintain a DOT Physical and minimally adhere to all requirements of a Class B Licensed Driver (Preference is a Class A license holder)

High School education required.


Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance
Life Insurance
403b Retirement Plan
Referral Program
Short-term Disability Insurance

How to apply

Send cover letter and resume to: [email protected]

About the organization

The Maryland Food Bank is a non-profit organization leading the movement to end hunger in Maryland. We have an extensive network of community and organizational partners across the state that distribute food to the Marylanders who need us.
For more than four decades, the Maryland Food Bank has been our state’s leading food assistance organization, delivering food to underserved communities and marshalling the collective impact of more than 1300 community-based organizations. MFB strives to help the approximately 2 million food-insecure people in Maryland today get access to healthy food, as a means of enabling brighter futures. In late 2018, MFB expanded its core mission to include efforts to address the root causes of hunger, with the goal of helping more Marylanders become financially stable and food secure.

Additional information

The most important qualification for all Maryland Food Bank employees is their commitment to our mission: “Feeding people, strengthening communities, and ending hunger for more Marylanders.”