Cdl Truck Driver - Home Nightly - Earn $23-$25/hour No-touch, Kansas City

Published 2022-05-19
Expires 2022-06-19
ID #1003140820
Cdl Truck Driver - Home Nightly - Earn $23-$25/hour No-touch, Kansas City
United States, Kansas, Kansas City,
Published May 19, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Cdl truck driver - home nightly - earn $23-$25/hour no-touch

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Job Description Now Hiring Local CDL-A Company Truck Drivers Be Home Every Night Earn Up To $88,000 Yearly Recent CDL A Grads Welcome Full-Time OR Part-Time Pay & Benefits: Home Every Night Earn Up To $88K Yearly (Depending on Location) 10-12 hours a day Day and Night Shift Available Full Time or Part Time Positions (Depending On Location) Earn $23-$25 per hour No-Touch Freight Optional per diem pay 2 Consecutive Days Off - You Help Us Decide Which Ones Health, Vision, Dental, and Life Insurance 401k Retirement Plan 2019 & 2022 Volvo's | 2021 & 2022 International Pet and Passenger Policy Paid Training Holidays and Vacation Pay Bonus Money When you go the extra mile, you should be rewarded That’s why Hill Bros. offers Local, Team, Regional, OTR and Long Haul Class A driver opportunities with excellent starting pay rates, fantastic home time, and a host of great benefits. Interested in a driving career with Hill Bros Transportation? Apply Now Requirements: Valid Class A CDL Experience: 12 months’ verifiable OTR experience in the last 3 years OR 6 months’ experience plus truck driving school in past year OR Join our Finishing Program if you are a recent truck driving school graduate from an Approved Program No serious violations in last 2 years; no more than 3 moving violations in last 3 years Learn more about driving with Hill Bros Transportation - Apply Now

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    Hill Bros Transportation Local
    Registered on October 7, 2017


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