CDL-A Truck Driver, Home Daily | Make $1.2k avg / week, $5k

A Employer Recruiter will be on site Wednesday October 31st and Thursday November 1st from 8am-5pm @ Johnson Controls 8710 Baer Road, Fort Wayne IN. Stop out and see for yourself.
  • $1,000.00 Weekly Minimum Guarantee
  • Our drivers average $1,200.00 per week
  • $5,000.00 Sign on Bonus
  • Home Daily
  • Hourly Pay
  • Union Benefits
  • A Career you can count on
  • New Local Management

Are you looking for a trucking career you can count on? Home daily, more money, and more opportunity? Join our team out of Fort Wayne, IN and join a fleet where our drivers are more than just a number! Our Hazmat drivers will haul palletized batteries locally for our long time dedicated customer.
Call us today at 800-879-7826 to hear about our $5,000 Sign-On Bonus and weekly guarantee!

Employer offers:
  • Excellent Union benefit package, 401(k) with company match, short and long term disability and life insurance
  • Family owned company with more than 260 locations nationwide
  • Opportunities to transfer to other Employer locations
  • Local Management. You are not just another number!
  • Positive work environment
  • Ahead of the curve company values
  • Ongoing training
  • Strong emphasis on your personal safety
  • Late model equipment
  • Hazmat Endorsement required within 60 days of hire. Employer can assist to obtain
Minimum Requirements
  • Must have at least one year of verifiable tractor-trailer truck experience in the past 36 months and a valid Class A CDL
  • Must be at least 22 years or older
  • No more than three moving violations in the past three years (some restrictions apply)
  • No more than one DOT recordable preventable accident in the last three years
  • Additional qualifications will apply
EOE Dedicated to Diversity We are looking for applicants who have driven and worked for other logistics and trucking companies such as Covenant Transportation Group, Wheaton World Wide Moving, and Ryder Supply Chain Logistics in roles such as Independent Courier Driver, Truck Driver, and Otr Driver and others in the Transportation industry.

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