Cdl-a Tanker Driver - Earn Up To $100,000/year Great Benefits, Aiken

Published 2022-05-28
Expires 2022-06-28
ID #1016394540
Cdl-a Tanker Driver - Earn Up To $100,000/year Great Benefits, Aiken
United States, South Carolina, Aiken,
Published May 28, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Cdl-a tanker driver - earn up to $100,000/year great benefits

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TransChem USA is Hiring CDL-A Tanker Drivers Earn up to $100,000 per Year - Excellent Benefits TransChem USA is a trucking company with roots in the business that go back more than 70 years. We founded TransChem USA because we knew we could be the BEST. Honesty is paramount in trusting our employees with hazardous materials and interacting with our customers. Safety comes first no matter what department or service you provide for the TransChem USA team. We offer excellent opportunities for drivers seeking to strive and flourish in the transportation industry, focusing on their professional as well as personal development. We have the lowest turnover in the industry Interested in Driving for TransChem USA? Apply Now What We Offer: Top Drivers Earn Up to $100K per year Now Offering Paid Tanker Training For Details Running Southeast and Midwest lanes Out 5 - 7 Days Starting Pay Based on Experience Weekly Production Bonus - You have the opportunity to earn an additional.02 cpm -.08 cpm for ALL miles Excellent Equipment - 2019 - 2020 KW T680 tractors - auto shift transmissions, refrigerators; air ride 407 chemical trailers 5 years old or newer The Perks: Family-owned company - build great relationships Flexible dispatch Paid Orientation - We cover the travel, meals and hotel Mentoring with one on one attention Pay on practical miles - Make sure you are getting paid for every mile you drive. Medical, Vision and Dental Insurance, starting as low as $10/week Company Paid $75,000 Life Insurance Policy Paid Vacation $2,000 Referral Bonus Safety Bonus for clean inspections - up to $200 Weekly Pay - Get paid quicker Our management team is made up of former drivers. Requirements: Valid Class-A CDL Tanker and Hazardous Material Endorsements 2 years recent tractor-trailer experience Interested in Driving for TransChem USA? Apply Now

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