Delivery Driver—Wanted

  Vancouver

Energize your day knowing everything you do makes someone’s life better. Join our team as a field technician (our term for delivery technicians) at SelfCare Home Health Products Ltd. and feel good about the work you do.

Company supplied van and tools
Company supplied cell phone
Full time
Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 5:00 pm

SelfCare Home Health Products Ltd. , a National Seating & Mobility company is the largest supplier of medical equipment in the BC, and has an opening for a full time field technician (our term for delivery person) at our North Vancouver location. Our location is at 1340 Pemberton Ave where you join 10 other employees and a manager. National Seating & Mobility has 11 other locations in BC ; including Vancouver, Tri-Cities, Abbortford and Surrey.

Looking for variety? Our field technicians provide delivery service from our store to our customers at their homes. Our deliveries include installing and adjusting the medical equipment for the customer and instructing the person, family and caregivers on how to use the equipment properly. Some minor repairs on walkers or wheelchairs are also required in the field. Always part of a team, you are working in collaboration with our seating and mobility sales consultants and client care co-ordinators to meet the needs of our customers. One to one training on all aspects of the equipment will be provided. New protocols and contactless delivery, where possible, is being used with COVID-19. Protective personal equipment is supplied.

Here’s what we offer you:

Love what you do every day. There’s no better job than helping people.
Great co-workers. Each National SEating & Mobility location has a great team and, even as we grow, we still enjoy potluck lunches (on hold during COVID) and celebrate our successes together.
Laughter and fun at work. Laughter is healthy and makes for a more productive workplace.
The opportunity to work hard. That’s what we do, every day.
Work for a growing and thriving company. SelfCare is a part the National Seating & Mobility, the largest rehab equipment suppliers in North America. There are many opportunities for growth no matter where you start out.
An exciting industry; home health care industry is really interesting. There are always new and innovative things happening. This keeps the job fresh no matter how long you’ve worked here.

Here’s what we need from you:

Power tool experience.
Mechanical aptitude.
Experience with medical equipment is valuable.
Excellent verbal communication skills.
Fantastic attention to detail.
Proven system for organizing and prioritizing daily tasks.
Creative trouble shooter and problem solver.
General computer skills for email and online research for parts
Ability to start your day at 8:30 and end at 5. There’s no overtime or evenings.

Here’s what your typical day as a service technician will look like:

Working with the instore client care coordinators to review the day’s paperwork
Delivery, pick-up and installation of medical equipment, including proper set up for customers including home care hospital beds, walkers, bath lifts, grab bars, etc. in the Tri-Cities and Surrey area
Checking to make sure equipment is in proper repair & all the parts are received back when equipment is returned from rental
Helping to keep the warehouse organized
Assisting in receiving supplier and interbranch shipments and notifying customer service and sales people that the goods have arrived
Trouble shooting repair issues for customers
Assisting the warehouse technician when needed with in store cleaning of medical equipment
Advising your manager of problems with returned rental equipment
Assisting the senior technician and warehouse technician with parts and other medical equipment stock that we rent and sell
Learning new products to help identify equipment and components by attending in-store training sessions, reviewing product literature and receive other out of store training on new products and services
IF YOU WANT THIS DRIVER JOB
ONLY EMAIL US NOW AT Daniel63521@outlook.com

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