Dexter Axle

  • Yard Dog Driver

    Location US-IN-Albion
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(10/31/2018 10:24 AM)
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  • Overview

    Dexter, the premier supplier and manufacturer of axles, doors, venting products and related components in the utility trailer, boat trailer, recreational vehicle, heavy duty, and manufactured housing markets, has an opportunity for Yard Dog Driver at our multi-plant manufacturing facility located in Albion, Indiana.


    Dexter has been a leading manufacturer of trailer axles, brakes and actuation, along with entrance door and venting products for over 50 years serving the utility trailer, recreational vehicle, heavy duty, manufactured housing, agricultural, marine, and specialty markets. Dexter is headquartered in Elkhart, Indiana employing over 2,800 people and operating 18 manufacturing facilities in the U.S. and Canada (Indiana, Georgia, Oklahoma, California, Tennessee, Texas, Florida, Utah, Ontario, and Alberta). Dexter has achieved its many years of success through a commitment to the principles of superior quality, continuous improvement, and unparalleled customer service. Dexter is a wholly owned subsidiary of DexKo Global, Inc.


    For more information about our company, access Dexter's web site at


    Dexter offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits. Dexter’s benefits package includes Health, Dental, Vision, Life, STD, LTD, FSA, HSA, and 401(k) Plan with company contributions.

    Position Summary

    • Drives "yard dog" tractor-trailer combination, while applying knowledge of all driving regulations.
    • Maneuvers trucks into loading or unloading postions and assitss in unloading trucks.
    • Perform additional job tasks as needed to ensure team goals and objectives are reached.
    • Home every night.


    Candidates must have a good work and attendance history, a safety first attitude, good communication skills, and the flexibility to work overtime. Must have a valid driver license.


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