Shoemaker is Western Canada’s premier supplier of building materials. Our team is made up of dedicated and hardworking individuals who together create a rewarding and welcoming work environment.

Our Calgary North location is currently looking for a highly motivated and customer-focused individual for the position of Delivery Driver Class 1-3 with Air Brakes. The Delivery Driver is responsible for the safe operation of a commercial vehicle and the transportation of building materials and the placement on customer job sites. Together with other team members, the Driver works to exceed customer expectations.

Duties & Responsibilities:

Perform circle-checks and complete logbook entries
Ensure proper vehicle maintenance and servicing
Verify load security and accuracy
Report all accidents or injuries
Communicate professionally with customers, co-workers, and other trades on job sites
Maintain contact with dispatch and work to resolve issues as they arise
Prepare trucks for reloading and assist warehouse staff as needed
Transport loads safely following the rules of the road and representing the company to the highest standards
Deliver materials to the assigned area as directed by the customer while prioritizing personal safety and the safety of those around you
Act as an ambassador of the company with all employees and customers
Follow all regulations, company policies, and procedures
Other duties as assigned by management
The successful candidate must possess:

Valid Class 1or 3 driver’s license with air brakes endorsement
minimum of two years of experience and a clean driver’s abstract
Effective written and oral communication skills
Knowledge of basic mathematics
Basic hand tool skills
Completion of high school preferred
Physical requirements include:
Ability to lift and carry up to 100lbs
Sitting for long periods of time
Frequently climbing up and down stairs
Pulling, pushing, bending and torso twisting movements to transfer building materials between truck and job site
Email resumes to:
or call 403.860.6001

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