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Cdl Truck Driver - Home Weekly - Average Up To 90,000/year Sign-on, Hartford

Published 2022-05-25
Expires 2022-06-25
ID #1012941213
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Cdl Truck Driver - Home Weekly - Average Up To 90,000/year Sign-on, Hartford
United States, Connecticut, Hartford,
Published May 25, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Cdl truck driver - home weekly - average up to 90,000/year sign-on


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Job Description Now Hiring Dedicated Drivers for Chiquita Account $8,000 Sign-On Bonus - Avg. Pay Up to $90,000 Yearly No-Touch Freight Home Weekly - Comprehensive Benefits with 401(k) Match Apply Now Pay: Avg. Pay Up to $90,000 Yearly Accessorial Pay Guaranteed weekly pay in select areas Paid orientation. Plus, transportation, hotel room and 2 meals per day Veterans encouraged to apply – we recognize military service when determining pay Bonuses: $8,000 Sign-On Bonus (depending on location) Driver recruiting bonus program – $2,500 for each qualified driver referred General Benefits: Comprehensive benefits: Health, Life, Dental, Vision 401(k) - plan includes company match Home Weekly Qualifications: Minimum of 21 years old Valid CDL-A DOT qualified Must pass a comprehensive drug test Satisfactory safety and employment history TWIC Card (or willing to obtain) Apply Now It is the policy of CFI to provide equal employment and individual opportunity to all job applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, veteran status or any other status as protected by federal, state and local governments.

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