Cdl-a Dedicated Driver - Home Weekly, Manteca

Published 2022-05-20
Expires 2022-06-20
ID #1004909076
Cdl-a Dedicated Driver - Home Weekly, Manteca
United States, California, Manteca,
Published May 20, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Cdl-a dedicated driver - home weekly

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SIGN ON BONUS: $3,000 Home Weekly $1400 weekly drivers average Day time running Paid orientation Late-model equipment Industry-leading benefits: Affordable medical, dental, vision and life insurance Free life insurance and long-term disability plans Paid Holidays Venture Transport has never lost sight of who keeps the lights on Our drivers are the lifelines of the company and we make sure we treat them with the respect they deserve. When you join our family, you join a team that truly cares. Drive with us and experience the Venture difference for yourself Great People. Great Pay. Great Hometime. Join Venture Current, valid CDL-A 9 Months Truck Driving Experience in the Past 3 Years. No more than 3 moving violations in past 3 years No more than 3 preventable accidents in past 3 years Stable work history

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