Price Estimate Form
AREAS WE SERVICE
MONTREAL, INCLUDING WEST ISLAND, LONGUEIL, SAINT LAMBERT, BROSSARD, AND ALL SOUTH SHORE, LAVAL, SAINT EUSTACHE, DEUX MONTAGNES, TERREBONNE, REPENTIGNY, SAINT JEROME, MONT TREMBLANT, ALL THE LAURENTIONS, DRUMMONDVILLE, SHERBROOKE, ALL EASTERN TOWNSHIPS, AND MUCH MUCH MORE
Must be experienced. Must be Honest, Reliable, Strong and Capable of working well with others. Must be quick thinking and able to make decisions without waiting for instruction. Common sense is all it takes. Must have transportation or a bus pass. A drivers license is an asset.
MOVER / HELPER: The primary role of a mover/ helper is to transport the customer’s belongings for residential or commercial moves from one location to the next in a safe and efficient manner with the use of equipment and straps, without causing any damages. Responsibilities will include wrapping, padding and securing those belongings in a moving truck, along with disassembly and assembly of furniture, removal of doors, and negotiating any obstacles in the way. Following directions of the team leader, including folding blankets, putting away tools and any other equipment used while also being co-pilot, with answering calls or navigating gps while in transit is also the duty of the helper. Having a good attitude on our team is a must and to treat the customer with the utmost respect and courteousness, with top notch customer service, no matter what the situation.
DRIVER / MOVER: The same roles as a mover/helper including doing an equipment check at the beginning and end of every shift and filling in proper paperwork, notifying management of any shortfalls or broken equipment IMMEDIATELY! As well as doing vehicle inspection before the truck leaves every day, filling out drivers daily Circle Check, or logbook and graph (where applicable, if leaving home base and traveling more than 160 km). Any defects must be logged, and management must be contacted IMMEDIATELY! Also, the driver is responsible for filling out customer and employee sheets at the end of the day and all employees are required to fold and count blankets, check equipment and tools, and clean and sweep truck while filling out the checklist provided to ensure a fresh start the next day with no missing equipment.