Cdl A Local Fedex Truck Driver - Up To $0.69 Cpm All Miles - Pm Shift, Lexington, Blues City Carrier

Published 2022-09-19
Expires 2022-10-19
ID #1174790902
Cdl A Local Fedex Truck Driver - Up To $0.69 Cpm All Miles - Pm Shift, Lexington, Blues City Carrier
United States, Kentucky, Lexington,
Published September 19, 2022

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Job type: Part time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Cdl a local fedex truck driver - up to $0.69 cpm all miles - pm shift

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Blues City Carriers is Hiring CDL A Local FedEx Drivers Up to $0.69 CPM - 2,000-2,500 Miles Per Week No Touch Freight, All Miles Paid, Safety Bonus Home Daily - Overnight Shift At Blue City Carriers, we are a newly established contractor for FedEx, so we're always making changes and improving our procedures based on our employees' feedback. We respect and value our employees and we understand each driver has a personal life outside of work. What We Offer: $0.65 - $0.69 CPM Average Between 2,000-2,500 Miles Per Week Safety Bonus Orientation Pay Full-Time Weekend Bonus - Up to $200 PTO Days Weekly Direct Deposit on Fridays Full-Time Benefits: Medical, Dental & Vision Short-Term & Long-Term Disability Life Insurance No Touch Freight All Miles Paid 24/7 Dispatch & Roadside Assistance Rider Policy Pet Policy Driver Appreciation Week $1,500 Referral Bonus About the Position: Home Daily - Overnight Shift Shifts Start at 7 pm or 9 pm Flexible Schedules - Full-Time & Part-Time Satellite Radio Newer - Clean Equipment, Highly Maintained Requirements: 21 Years Old 1 Year Verifiable Driving Experience in Past 3 Years; 5 Within Past 10 Years 6 Months of Verifiable CDL A Driving Experience with FedEx Training Certificate from Approved School Doubles/Triples Endorsement Preferred (Needed Before Hiring) Clean MVR Pass a Drug Test & Background Check No Violent or Drug-Related Felonies in the Last 10 Years Call (901)-207-8476 or Apply Online Today

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