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Cdl Team Truck Drivers (will Pair Solo) - Earn Up To 69 Cpm Split, Dodgeville

Published 2022-01-26
Expires 2022-02-26
ID #854445096
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Cdl Team Truck Drivers (will Pair Solo) - Earn Up To 69 Cpm Split, Dodgeville
United States, Wisconsin, Dodgeville,
Published January 26, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Cdl team truck drivers (will pair solo) - earn up to 69 cpm split


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Now Hiring Team Drivers Will Pair Solo - Recent CDL Grads Welcome - Up to 69 CPM $20,000 Sign-On Bonus ($10,000 per Driver): $1,000 to each driver after completion of first dispatch $3,000 to each driver at 60 days $3,000 to each driver at 180 days $3,000 to each driver at 270 days Why Team with CFI?: Team Drivers earn up to 69 cents per mile (Split) HAZMAT bonus: Earn an extra.06 per mile New Equipment (new truck each year) Practical mile pay Both Regional and OTR available Reliable home time Consistent freight Stop-off pay, Canadian border pay, local pay, layover pay, & non-customary work pay Holiday pay & HAZMAT bonus Rider program Pet program Electronic logs (e-logs) used by full fleet Online Orientation Available for All Experienced Drivers Apply Now Additional benefits of running team include: Increased availability of freight Drivers can take truck home More drop and hook loads Vacation cash-out option Longer length of haul Team drivers can live up to 250 miles apart Each driver is paid for all miles that the truck runs based on individual pay band Paid Parking and Showers Working as a team means you always have a helping hand to share responsibilities and someone who will lend support in a challenging situation. Our customers request teams on a regular basis to keep their freight continuously moving. This means that team equipment typically has quicker trade cycle compared to solo equipment. Team driving means flexibility in hours and consistent miles. Interested professional drivers can sign up with a team partner or we can help you find one through our Team Match program. Qualifications: 21 years of age or older, with a Class A commercial driver’s license Have the right to work and live in the United States Be willing to travel throughout all 48 contiguous states and Canada for two to three weeks at a time Tractor-trailer driving experience No BACs, DUIs, DWIs or license suspensions for moving violations in the past five years HAZMAT endorsement or willingness to obtain a HAZMAT endorsement within 120 days of hire Ability to meet work attendance and availability requirements and all applicable legal and DOT regulations to drive a commercial truck in the United States and Canada Ability to pass all applicable CFI certification class testing and requirements Interested in Driving with CFI? Apply Now It is the policy of CFI to provide equal employment and individual opportunity to all job applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, veteran status or any other status as protected by federal, state and local governments.

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