Local Tanker Driver Needed - Class A CDL

" This is a Class A CDL position. Please do not apply for the job if you do not hold a valid Commercial drivers license. I do not have any type of training or schools."

Local Tanker Account
This is a Local account that will deliver feed to farms within a 100-mile radius of Buckeye. The best part about our dedicated driving jobs is the consistency we offer in delivery, schedule, pay and time off. Drivers are home daily and get two days off per week with average annual earnings projected at $52,000. You will be working for one of the largest family-owned pork production network in the US.
You will be using a 36' and 42' Auger, bottom bulk tanker to and from the locations. You will be driving a Daycab. There will be between 15-17 stops per week on average. You will be using the Boom to do the unloading at each stop.
All the freight is live unloading at each stop (stop pay included). The mill will load the feed and the driver is responsible for unloading to unattended pork farms into marked bins. Driver must be able to safely work a hydraulic boom trailer and understand bulk tanker operation
We are working 7 days a week on this account; you will be working 5 of those. I have several shifts available.. Shift will start anywhere from 4p-8p and driver will work 10-12 hour days; I also have some day shifts available.
Starting pay is .41 cpm (1200 to 1500 miles per week) plus a $28.50 stop pay (averaging 17 stops per week). Average weekly pay is $1,000 - $1,100 per week . Daycabs trucks cannot be taken home; you must have your own transportation to and from work daily.

Positions Offer

Medical / Health insurance
Vision Insurance
Dental Insurance
Paid Vacation
401k Plans from day one (match after one year)
Steady pay / Same runs weekly
Paid Weekly / Direct Deposit
6 paid Holidays per year ($140.00 per day)
Local account Home every day!!!!
Paid Orientation and Training

Call Craig @ 877-629-2245 for more information and to Apply.

Job Requirements

Class A CDL
6 Months Exp needed.
21 year's old

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