Cdl Truck Driver - Multiple Route Available - Earn Up To $100,000/year, Roseburg

Published 2022-05-28
Expires 2022-06-28
ID #1016452975
Cdl Truck Driver - Multiple Route Available - Earn Up To $100,000/year, Roseburg
United States, Oregon, Roseburg,
Published May 28, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Cdl truck driver - multiple route available - earn up to $100,000/year

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Job Description Redbone Trucking is Now Hiring CDL-A Truck Drivers Multiple Route Choices - Earn Up to $100,000 Yearly - Excellent Benefits Advance your Trucking Career Today by Driving for Redbone Apply Now New Trainees and Recent Grads are welcome to apply Why Work for Redbone? Earn Up to $100,000 Per Year Drop and hook freight handling Paid Time Off Solo and Team Positions Available Solos can be matched into teams for higher pay and more home time Health Insurance Dental Insurance 401k with a Generous Company Match Healthcare spending accounts (HSAs) Guaranteed Miles Flexible Schedule Home time varies by location Pet Friendly Paid Weekly (Every Friday) Safety and Performance Bonuses Paid Vacation Opportunities for career advancement New equipment – advanced safety features, pillow top mattresses, heated and cooled leather seats, refrigerators, flat screen TV, DirecTV, and more - VARIES BY LOCATION Qualifications: Class A CDL and medical card (required) 1 Year Verifiable Class A CDL Driving At Least 21 Years of Age No Major At-Fault Accidents in the Last 3 Years Redbone Trucking makes the most of every opportunity that comes our way and have grown the company because our purpose is bigger than profits. We are driver focused. We believe in weekly home time. We are faithful to our core values and culture. We care about you. We have an edge over the competition. We Look Forward to Working With You Apply Now

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