Cdl Truck Driver - Multiple Positions Available Sign-on Bonus, Clarksville

Published 2022-05-19
Expires 2022-06-19
ID #1003181172
Cdl Truck Driver - Multiple Positions Available Sign-on Bonus, Clarksville
United States, Tennessee, Clarksville,
Published May 19, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Cdl truck driver - multiple positions available sign-on bonus

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Job Description Action Resources is Hiring CDL-A Drivers Company Drivers Earn $88k $7k Sign-On Bonus - Owner Operators Gross $140k-$300k As one of the premier specialty chemical carriers in the U.S., Action Resources empowers CDL-A truck drivers to join the elite team of professionals dedicated to more than just hauling freight. Accept the challenge & reward yourself with the pay you deserve. Join Action Resources today Up for the challenge? Apply Today Company Driver Details: Earn $88k in addition to fantastic benefits and incentives Earn $1,700 per week $7,000 sign-on bonus with $500 orientation pay for Resources Company Drivers Home Time Varies: OTR - Out 10-14 days at a time, home every other weekend Regional - Out 3-7 days for resets and by the house for 10-hour breaks when loads allow Dedicated - Home time set by customer, days off will vary based on the needs of that business Percentage based drivers earn 25% loaded or empty Performance based incentives: Increase pay by up to 2% accessorials Quality, well maintained equipment. Position Benefits: Blue Cross / Blue Shield Medical Plan Prescription Drug Program Vision Plan Dental Plan Life and Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance at no cost to you Optional Additional Voluntary Life Insurance Short-term Disability Benefits at no cost 401(k) with Company Match Retirement Plan Paid Time Off Plan Owner Operator Details: Earn $140k-$300k $5,000 Sign On Bonus Great Home Time Free DOT Inspections Hefty Fuel Discounts Across Our Network Third-Party Insurance Available Tanker Training Available for Experienced Drivers Company Driver Requirements: Must have 1 years of CDL-A experience Must have chemical tanker experience (some training can be done on a limited basis in Mobile, AL) Must have Class A CDL with Haz-Mat and Tanker endorsement at time of hiring Able to drive a manual transmission Must have TWIC card (and know twic pin ) at time of hire Passport (not required but encouraged to have) Owner Operator Requirements: 10 year or newer tractor with a height of 12’ 6” or less measured from the tip of the exhaust stack to the ground. Must have a sliding 5th wheel, working air compressor (truck air is not ideal but workable), PTO driven liquid pump, hose rack (Action Terminal can install pump and hose rack prior to pulling first load – price will depend on the unit). Up for the challenge? Apply Today

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