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Cdl-a Truck Driver, East Moline

Published 2022-05-16
Expires 2022-06-16
ID #998570765
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Cdl-a Truck Driver, East Moline
United States, Illinois, East Moline,
Published May 16, 2022

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


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Drive with Purpose. Drive OTR with Nussbaum Earn $80k your first year and be home most weekends At Nussbaum, we lead with integrity, and we put people first. Always have. Always will. Alden Nussbaum, our founder, believed that “if you take care of your people, everything else will take care of itself.” Nussbaum’s commitment to our drivers and employees has led to our placing in the Top 20 Best Fleets to Drive For , eight years in a row. Join us. You’ll be glad that you did. Earn Industry Leading Pay We are recognized as a Top Pay Carrier offering a compensation package that ranks in the top 20% of the industry. We pay based on years of experience and practical “door-to-door” miles - not just loaded miles. With 6 months-2 years of experience Weekly pay $1,550-$1,650 with $1,300/week minimum guaranteed $0.51/mile and $78,000-$82,000 your first year With 2-5 years of experience Weekly pay $1,575-$1,675 with $1,300/week minimum guaranteed $0.52/mile and $80,000-$84,000 your first year With 5 years of experience Weekly pay $1,625-$1,725 with $1,350/week minimum guaranteed $0.54/mile and $82,000-$86,000 your first year Earn additional pay $5,000 Transition Bonus for experienced OTR drivers Paid orientation at Nussbaum headquarters that includes travel, a private hotel room and on-duty meals Earn Activity Pay: $20 for pickups & deliveries (in excess of 1 st pick-up and final delivery) $12 for trailer swaps on split loads or empty moves $20/hr detention pay (starts after 1 hour) $250-$270/day layover pay First-Rate Equipment and Support We make sure our drivers get top-of-the-line equipment, consistent maintenance, and new-model trucks with the comforts of home built-in. Elite Pass – covers all tolls and scales EFS Card – daily coverage for fuel, additives, DEF, oil, windshield fluid, antifreeze, weigh scale fees All Paid/Reserved Parking reimbursed First-Rate Benefits Major medical, dental and vision health benefits Short-term disability & life insurance benefits Escalating paid time off & holidays Company-matched 401K retirement plan Rider program & pet policy Qualifications Valid CDL-A Minimum age – 21 Minimum of 6-months of OTR experience No more than 3 moving violations or preventable accidents in past 3 years Apply today to become part of the Nussbaum family

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    Registered on October 7, 2017

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