Proudly operating one of the safest and modern fleets on the road, we’re looking for highly motivated and skilled individuals to join our team. Whether delivering fuel to businesses in the region or homes around the corner, our truck drivers are responsible for taking care of our most precious resource—our customers.
Roles within this team
Fuel Oil Delivery
Do you hold a Class B certified driver’s license with tank and Hazmat endorsements? Shipley Energy is actively seeking oil delivery drivers who are at least 21 years old and hold a high school education or equivalent experience. One of the greatest benefits about driving for Shipley Energy is that we do not have extended trips and drivers are home daily. We are in search of highly motivated individuals who are capable of following delivery instructions and trucking job procedures. If you could qualify to perform truck driver job duties in a safe manner and take pride in customer service, consider applying online for a position as a Shipley Energy delivery driver. Drivers wanted to cover Central Pennsylvania and Northern Maryland, including Carroll County and Frederick.
Shipley Energy is looking for highly motivated fuel transport drivers who possess a Class A certified driver’s license with tank and Hazmat endorsements. Responsibilities of fuel transport drivers include performing daily vehicle inspections, submitting daily paperwork, ensuring accuracy of tank and product type before unloading, keeping a clean vehicle, being courteous, and completing all DOT safety training. Fuel transport drivers would report to the Operations Manager and receive orders from the Transport Dispatcher. If being a fuel transport driver may be of interest to you, consider applying online. Drivers wanted to cover the mid-Atlantic region with positions in Philly, Baltimore, Washington DC metropolitan areas as well as our home base in York, PA.
Are you a highly motivated individual with a Class B certified driver’s license endorsed in tank and Hazmat? We are seeking propane delivery drivers who are capable of performing daily vehicle inspections, following delivery and loading procedures, keeping a clean vehicle, and reporting any unsafe conditions to supervisors. Trucking job duties would also consist of preventing incidents/injuries and remaining 100% in compliance with all DOT guidelines and regulations. Drivers wanted to cover Central Pennsylvania and Northern Maryland, including Carroll County and Frederick.
The most rewarding part of my job is knowing the key role I play in safely providing my customers with a clean burning flexible energy source. The fact that my customers have trusted me with this great responsibility motivates me to work hard to ensure that they receive the highest level of service that I am capable of providing.