Andrew Smith


(000) 000-0000


287 Custer Street, Hopewell, PA 00000

Professional Summary

Experienced Class A CDL Route Delivery Driver in the transport and distribution of medical and industrial gases, DOT regulations and record-keeping,  Currently possess a valid violation-free Class A CDL license with tanker and HAZ-MAT endorsements, Current DOT medical card, and have received safe driving awards from my present employer

Employment history

Mar. 2016 – Present
Haibury, Pennsylvania
Route Driver, Boyle-Heller

Route driver in the delivery of industrial and medical gases over an established route, customer service, abide by Federal DOT regulations, ensure that orders are processed and delivered in a timely manner, light maintenance of route delivery vehicle, filling of liquid dewars

Jan. 2014 – Apr. 2014
Port Elsie, Utah
vice-president, Nikolaus, Olson and Medhurst

Assisted in the conducting of professional auctions, family-owned business

Apr. 2013 – May. 2013
Sidbury, North Dakota
Over-the-Road Semi-Truck Driver, Effertz-Hansen

Over-the-road semi-truck driver for a flatbed based transport company, load securement, abide by DOT regulations, trip planning, map reading, logbook record keeping, and light truck maintenance


Sep. 2000
Welding: Welding 1 (oxy-acetylene), Welding 2 (stick-electrode), Welding 3 (mig), Welding 4 (tig)

  • East Dickinson – North Shirleyton, Louisiana

Feb. 1996
6-Week CDL Truck Driver Training Course: CDL License, DOT Regulations and Logs,

  • North Massachusetts College – Kovacekborough, Virginia

Sep. 1988
High School Diploma: general

  • Northern Georgia Academy – Lake Dennise, New Hampshire


Class A CDL Route Driving

Computer operations


route driver

  • Safely operate a company vehicle.
  • Delivering and picking up packages.
  • Checking that the manifests, hazardous materials, and B.O.L. Paper work was filled out properly by the customers
  • Educating customers on the variety of services provided by SPEE-DEE Delivery.
  • As the face of the company on route, projecting a kind, courteous, and professional image at all times.
  • Scanning each package when it is loaded in the morning and at time of delivery so that the packages progress is visible to the customer.
  • Clean and maintain vehicle.

route driver

  • Delivery and merchandising of products on shelves, coolers and on displays
  • Regular product rotation of existing store product and delivered products
  • Providing additional service as requested by the customer
  • Establish positive working relationships with customer accounts
  • End of Day complete paperwork, reconcile truck inventories and bank deposits
  • Regular, reliable, predictable attendance

route driver/vendor

  • Vending machine repair and maintenance
  • Monitoring vending machine merchandise and restocking as necessary
  • Collecting all generated vending machine revenue from several locations across Southern Illinois
  • Maintaining all appropriate paperwork associated with vending machine collections