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For more information, or to apply for a listed position, please send email to email@example.com, or regular mail to:
California Pavement Maintenance
Attn: Employment Inquiry
9390 Elder Creek Road
Sacramento, CA 9582
CPM is continually accepting applications for the various positions and will keep applications on file for a limited time. Any qualified applicants will be contacted by CPM as the need arises.
Please review these requirements carefully:
- Experienced Workers Preferred
- Good DMV Required
- Commercial Driver's License Preferred
- Have Current DMV Printout Available for Application Process
Typical Positions at California Pavement Maintenance Company, Inc.:
TRUCK DRIVING POSITIONS
California Pavement Maintenance Company employs both Class “A” and Class “B” drivers for various positions. Pay rates vary with the type of work, the qualification of the driver and equipment driven. Typically drivers work in the following fields:
1. Materials delivery for customers:-
CPM delivers material to customers of RaynGuard Protective Materials, mainly sealcoat, and also picks up raw ingredients and delivers them to RaynGuard, usually slate and fine rock in 2,000 pound bags. Drivers are seldom away from home at night. The drivers for these positions have to be able to competently drive a 40 foot trailer and maneuver it into sometimes very tight unloading areas. Unloading involves hooking up hose assemblies to the on board pump and pumping the material into the customers storage vessel. Sometimes we deliver storage vessels for job site use. Class “A” is required.
2. Material supply for paving crews:-
This position actually is more of a crew position as the driver may spend part of his/her time driving and the other part working with the crew doing labor, traffic control, sweeping or whatever else may be needed. Larger asphalt jobs require more time in the truck, sometimes all day. Driver must be competent in hooking up to trailers, loading and tying down equipment and delivering to job site. When running for material Driver must be competent at entering a plant, weighting in and loading with sand, rock or asphalt and checking out. There may occasionally be the need for overnight travel. An asphalt crew may spend from 10 to 20 days a year out of town in one or two day increments. Weekend work is rare but does occur on some Saturdays, hardly ever on a Sunday as plants are closed. Class “A” is required.
3. Sealcoat crew:-
Pretty much the same as above except more possibility of working on weekends. Class “A” is preferred but sometimes a Class “B” will work.
4. Slurry Seal crew:-
Slurry seal is a product like asphalt paving that is put down ¼” thick to preserve the road surface. Drivers on these crews work mostly prevailing wage jobs and thus are the highest paid of the list. Class “A” and some Class “B” drivers work on the crews. These are actual crew positions because the trucks are running all day producing and placing slurry and being driven back to a central stockpile to be reloaded. Drivers are in and out of the trucks all day long. A typical day is 10 hours or more, fast paced and busy. Travel is required as crews may be out of town 4 to 5 nights a week during the season unless we are low bidder on jobs near home. Per diem is paid when out of town.
5. Transfer driver:-
A Transfer is like a set of double only both units are dump boxes. The trailer box “transfers” into the front box for unloading. CPM Transfers are used mostly to deliver rock, sand or asphalt to the various crews and usually involve just driving although on occasion you might be waiting at a job site in which case you would be expected to chip in with the crew.
The above descriptions are a very short summary of what each position may entail. In all cases, as with any driving position, safety is paramount and of critical importance. CPM pays by the hour, not by the trip. We pay overtime after 8 hours and after 40 hours unless Federal or State wage laws require something different.
Thank you for your interest in CPM. If you have additional questions, please contact
Bruce Taylor at 916-381-8033 Ext 214.