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Dedicated Walmart Route - Cdl-a - Truck Driver Jobs - $5,000 Sign-on Bonus - Top Drivers Earn $1,650

Published 2022-05-27
Expires 2022-06-27
ID #1015786809
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Dedicated Walmart Route - Cdl-a - Truck Driver Jobs - $5,000 Sign-on Bonus - Top Drivers Earn $1,650
United States, Ohio, Youngstown,
Published May 27, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Dedicated walmart route - cdl-a - truck driver jobs - $5,000 sign-on bonus - top drivers earn $1,650+/wk


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Job Description: Dedicated Walmart Route - CDL-A - Truck Driver Jobs - $5,000 Sign-on Bonus - Top drivers earn $1,650/wk Weekly Home Time & top drivers earn $86,000/yr $1,000 Hiring Bonus Apply Online or Call 920-299-4028 Today Enjoy the reliability of this great Walmart dedicated route from Marten. With the addition of our fourth pay raise this year, top drivers earn $86,000 per year. For a limited time, we're offering a $5,000 sign-on bonus and a $1,000 hiring bonus on your first paycheck. Marten's amazing benefits include detention pay, inclement weather pay, stop pay, breakdown pay and more - all starting the second your wheels stop moving With Marten's Walmart Dedicated Fleet, the harder you work, the more you make Call now to get started right away Benefits: $5,000 Sign-on Bonus $1,275 Guaranteed Weekly Top drivers earn $1,650 per week Top drivers earn $86,000 Yearly $1,000 Hiring Bonus on 1st paycheck Earn even more for running a weeknight or weekend schedule Consistent work schedule Never be more than 200 miles from home Family Atmosphere with onsite dispatch No touch freight Consistent weekly paycheck Holiday Pay Inclement Weather Pay- get paid to shut down and stay safe during bad weather DriveWyze Carrier Late-model equipment with APUs - average 2 years or newer TOP PAY Certified Carrier Broad range of benefits including medical/dental/vision after 30 days, 401K with company match after 90 days & PTO starting at 6 months Advantages: Health, Dental, Vision & 401k Paid Vacation LATE MODEL FLEET under two years average age Automatic TRANSMISSION trucks improve fuel economy and are driver friendly GRILLE GUARDS protect drivers and equipment from unnecessary down-time associated with animal collisions Top Speed - 68 mph passing feature - governed at 65mph jump to 68mph to allow passing Pet Policy Qualifications: Current CDL-A At least 22 years of age Minimum 4 months recent CDL-A driving experience Home time and pay may vary by hiring area and specific route details ask a recruiter for details Marten does not provide CDL training Call 920-299-4028 to talk to a recruiter today or Apply Online now Ready to Expect the Best? Call or Apply Now

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    Registered on October 7, 2017

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