Cdl-a Driver: Great Pay, Local Home Daily, No Touch, Texarkana

Published 2022-05-27
Expires 2022-06-27
ID #1014951172
Cdl-a Driver: Great Pay, Local Home Daily, No Touch, Texarkana
United States, Arkansas, Texarkana,
Published May 27, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Cdl-a driver: great pay, local home daily, no touch

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Job Description: CDL- A Local CDL-A Truck Drivers Top Pay, Benefits and Home Every Day The perfect truck driving job that gets you home daily so you can spend time with those who matter the most in your life. Contact our recruiting team to learn more (888) 824-2671 IMMEDIATE OPENING Intermodal Cartage Company, Inc. (IMCG) Now Hiring: Company Drivers with Class A License Top Competitive Pay Company Health, Pharmacy, and Vision Benefits ranked in top 10 of all industries 401k with company match Life insurance paid by the company Holiday and Vacation pay New model trucks Safety Bonuses Direct Deposit Dispatch on Duty 24/7 Great Drop and Hook Accounts Long term career opportunity Job Requirements Must be at least 23 years old with 2 years tractor trailer experience or at least 24 years old with 1 year tractor trailer experience No more than 2 moving violations in the previous 3 years Not cited for a D.O.T. defined accident in the previous 3 years No serious offenses in the previous 5 years or pattern of unsafe practices When it comes to selecting a company to join, you re in the driver s seat. Call to speak to a recruiter or click apply to pre-qualify now (888) 824-2671

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