Cdl-a Short Haul Truck Driver, Franklin

Published 2022-05-19
Expires 2022-06-19
ID #1003632892
Cdl-a Short Haul Truck Driver, Franklin
United States, Kentucky, Franklin,
Published May 19, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Cdl-a short haul truck driver

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CDL-A SHORT HAUL TRUCK DRIVERS, WE?RE COMMITTED TO PROVIDING: ?? CONSISTENT SCHEDULED HOME TIME ??TOP PAY & INDUSTRY LEADING BENEFITS ??QUALITY EQUIPMENT ??EXCELLENT COMPANY CULTURE CDL-A short haul truck drivers choose to drive for Ascend because we focus on what drives you, not only in your career, but outside of work with your families, hobbies, dreams, and commitments. Simply put, we are people obsessed We support CDL-A short haul truck drivers by offering a new higher pay scale, scheduled quality home time and industry-leading benefits. Our short haul drivers make over $1,100 a week hauling 100% no-touch freight in the newest equipment. PAY Earn $1,100 weekly New Bonus Opportunities Accessorial Pay Get Paid for Clean Inspections, Extra Stops & Extra Pick Ups Get Breakdown, Detention & Layover Pay 2 Day Paid Orientation- $200 Per Day 7 Paid Holidays - $150.00 per day (PAID same as office staff) HOME TIME Stable, Consistent, SCHEDULED Home Time You Can Count On RESPECT Quality equipment you can take pride in driving - New tractors & trailers coming in Industry leading insurance coverage for you and your family: life, medical, dental, vision, pharmacy, disability more types of coverage that you don?t even know you need 100% No-Touch Freight Experienced dispatchers & dedicated Driver Retention Team Rider & Pet Program from day 1 100% 401k match on the first 3% Workhound partnership to give drivers the opportunity to provide feedback that we will listen to

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