Cdl Truck Driver - Home Daily - Earn $1,250/week $12k Sign-on, Carmel

Published 2022-05-25
Expires 2022-06-25
ID #1012939486
Cdl Truck Driver - Home Daily - Earn $1,250/week $12k Sign-on, Carmel
United States, Indiana, Carmel,
Published May 25, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Cdl truck driver - home daily - earn $1,250/week $12k sign-on

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Job Description CDL-A Local Dedicated Driver Jobs Home Daily - $1,250 Guaranteed Weekly Pay - $12,000 Sign-On Bonus $1,000 Hiring Bonus on Your 1st Paycheck Marten has a great dedicated opportunity that keeps you close to home, so you can get home daily. Our drivers are guaranteed to earn $1,250 per week or more on this account. For a limited time, we're offering a $1,000 hiring bonus on your first paycheck. Plus, Marten has amazing benefits, including detention pay, inclement weather pay, stop pay, breakdown pay and more- all starting the second you stop Marten Gets You Home - Apply Now Benefits: Home Daily - Local Dedicated $1,250 Guaranteed Weekly Pay $1,000 Hiring Bonus on 1st Paycheck Health, Dental, Vision and 401k Paid Vacation Immediate Detention Pay Stop Pay DriveWyze Carrier Late-model equipment with APUs- average 2 years or newer Marten is a TOP PAY Certified Carrier Automatic TRANSMISSION trucks improve fuel economy and are driver friendly GRILLE GUARDS protect drivers and equipment from unnecessary down-time associated with animal collisions Top Speed - 68 mph passing feature-governed at 65mph jump to 68mph to allow passing Pet Policy Requirements: Current CDL-A Minimum 4 months recent CDL-A driving experience Home time and pay may vary by hiring area and specific route details. Ask a recruiter for details Marten does not provide CDL training Start driving with Marten Transport - Apply Today

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