Rise of Broken Women is looking for a licensed Truck Driver who is also capable of loading and unloading interborough deliveries in New York City. Look no further than our organization if you would like to help women extricate themselves from the cycle of poverty. Our holistic approach allows us to meet all of our women’s immediate and outlying needs so that they are able to sustainably transition out of poverty. Visit www.riseofbrokenwomen.org to learn more.
Pre-inspect truck to ensure safety and security of driving, loading, and unloading processes
Follow instructions; locate and read location on road maps
Pickup goods and materials, verify loads for accuracy, and deliver them as instructed
Load and unload cargo to our customers in a safe, courteous, and timely manner
Responsible for basic vehicle maintenance; comply with all safe work practices, policies, and processes at all times
Maintains delivery logs and records
Establishes outstanding relations with customer
This is a 6 hour/week volunteer opportunity.
Excellent communications and organizational skills
Strong interpersonal and problem-solving skills
Ability to delegate tasks to teammates well
Ability to work under pressure
Reliable and responsible; particularly with time management
Forklift experience preferred
Ability to lift 60 pounds repeatedly throughout the day
Licensed and insured to drive their vehicle
High school diploma or equivalent
CDL -- Class A, Class B, or Class C required
Certification from an accredited CDL driving school
26 years or older
Resume a plus
Looking forward to hearing from you! Send an inquiry to email@example.com with the subject line "Rise of Broken Women [Your Name_Delivery Driver Volunteer]" if you are ready to help women rise!
Rise of Broken Women is a multicultural nonprofit organization dedicated to helping women and their families extricate themselves from the cycle of poverty.
Rise of Broken Women is built on our vast network of volunteers who enable us to distribute basic necessities to women and families in over 98 homeless shelters and low-income communities throughout the five boroughs of New York City. We have distributed menstrual products, toiletries, winter coats, socks, under garments, school supplies, and toys to over 15,000 people within our community. We also work to educate the non-poverty-stricken New York City community on issues facing homeless and low-income families so that they become inspired to help these families out of their poverty-stricken circumstances. Understanding is the key to empathizing and taking action.
Homeless & Housing
We'll work with your schedule.
541 West 29th StreetNew York, NY10001
April 6, 2021
Driver's License Needed
Orientation or Training
Delivery drivers will typically work up to 6 hours/day once a week on a large donation pickup/drop-off.
You must be able to source your own truck for this volunteer opportunity.