Cdl A Company Driver, Encinitas

Published 2022-05-19
Expires 2022-06-19
ID #1003611448
Cdl A Company Driver, Encinitas
United States, California, Encinitas,
Published May 19, 2022

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

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Owner Operator Advantages: $20,000 Sign-On Incentive (Per Team Truck) Earn Up To $12,500/ Week (Per Team) Top Teams Gross Up To $650,000 Yearly Earn Up To $1.78 CPM plus 100% of Fuel Surcharge 5,000 Miles Per Week No-Touch Freight Health Care Plans Available Maintenance Escrow 2nd Seat Driver Training Program (Available After One Year) Longevity Mileage Increases Plates, Permits, and Insurance Available Additional Incentives available for Hazmat, CA Driven Miles, Quarterly Safety Bonus and Winter Lane Vendor Discount Programs, including fuel discounts at major suppliers Owner Operator Requirements: Current valid driver's license Clean MVR for the last 3 years Hazmat endorsement is preferred Must be able to pass a background check and drug screening Must have at least 6 months of verifiable CDL experience (previous employment will be verified)

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    Ceva Logistics
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