5 State Regional Account - Class A CDL - $1,150 per week

" 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."

Dedicated position that is a Regional account that runs a 5 state area covering Illinois, Minnesota, Indiana, Wisconsin and Iowa. You will be making multiple stop deliveries from the facility delivering to major home improvement stores in and around Minneapolis MN, Green Bay WI , Des Moines IA and local Chicagoland area. This account has no touch freight backhaul pickups also delivering to the Chicagoland area. You will be running a Mid Roof truck with a 53ft box trailer. Truck is permanently assigned, No slipseating.

Drivers will be home 2 nights per week and also will be 34 hours over the weekend to reset. Generally runs begin anywhere from 2a-4a and and driver will work a 12 hour day.
Pay starts at .43 cpm (average 2000 - 2300 miles/week) plus $5.00 per 15 mins in stop increment ($20.00 per hour). This account averages $1,150 per weekly gross. Hard workers will earn more money.

Hazmat required within 90 days of hire. The company will reimburse the cost once you have purchased the hazmat and been on the account for 90 days

Positions Offer

Medical / Health insurance
Vision Insurance
Dental Insurance
6 paid Holidays per year
Paid Vacation
401k Plans from day one (match after one year)
Room for movement / Transferring
Steady pay / Same runs weekly
Paid Weekly / Direct Deposit
All loads are preplanned 24 hours in advance.
Paid Orientation and Training

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

Job Requirements

3 Months driving Exp needed (recent)
Class A CDL
21 year's old

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