Cdl-a Student Truck Driver Jobs, Upper Sandusky

Published 2022-05-19
Expires 2022-06-19
ID #1003636005
Cdl-a Student Truck Driver Jobs, Upper Sandusky
United States, Ohio, Upper Sandusky,
Published May 19, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Cdl-a student truck driver jobs

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Maverick Transportation is hiring & ready to help you grow your professional truck driving career Guarantee Weekly Pay (after going solo) (NEW INCREASE) PAID PRE (Pre-employment evaluation), Training and Graduation 401(k) Retirement Plan Match Passenger Authorization Program Tuition Reimbursement GI Bill? OJT approved Click a section title to expand. CDL-A Student Truck Driver Earnings $.55-$.60 per mile starting pay (depending on division) Weekly guarantee pay (after going solo) $750 PRE (Pre-employment evaluation) Pay (with travel, lodging, and lunch provided) Training Pay $700/week $400 Graduation Pay (paid out on first dispatch) Addt?l Performance Bonus Intro Rate $.01 per mile $.02 increase at 3 mos & 6 mos Pay increases up to 5 years Tuition reimbursement program Pay for Performance Bonus Program (up to $.06 per mile) Paid Vacation Modern, well-maintained equipment Passenger Authorization Program 401(k) Retirement Plan Match Health/Dental Insurance & Rx card Paid Life Insurance Policy Per Diem GI Bill? OJT approved Flatbed and Glass Division openings (dependent on hiring area) $1,000-$2,000 Driver Referral Bonus Based upon experience of hired driver Drivers who are considered a rehire are not eligible for the referral bonus payout Are You Ready To Live The Maverick Life? Call Or Fill Out The Form Below To Speak With A Recruiter And APPLY TODAY

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    Maverick Transportation, Llc
    Registered on October 7, 2017


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