Cdla Driver Job In Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Published 2022-05-27
Expires 2022-06-27
ID #1016027518
Cdla Driver Job In Milwaukee, Wisconsin
United States, Wisconsin, Milwaukee,
Published May 27, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Cdla driver

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At Peters Brothers Trucking, CDL-A Drivers Average $100,000 Annually before Bonuses!

Hiring Solo and Team CDL-A Drivers for OTR routes - 100% No Touch Freight & No Slip Seating. At Peters, we treat you with respect and do all we can to make your job easier, we have the lowest turnover rate in the industry at 10% so our drivers come to stay. Now hiring out of Lenhartsville, PA and Jefferson, WI.

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All resets at home!

$150 Layover Pay

Late model Freightliner or Kenworths with XM Radio

Company Sponsored - Full Benefits - Health, Dental, Vision

Company paid 100% - Life and Short Term Disability Insurance

Safety Bonuses

Fuel Bonuses

OTR Vacation Pay Increase + extra $250/Vacation Worked

Annual Pay Increase

Vacation Pay Increase

Pet and Passenger Policy


1 year CDL-A Driving Experience

At least 24 yrs of age

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    Peters Brothers Trucking
    Registered on October 7, 2017


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