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CDL Class A Team Truck Driver (Plains,Mt)

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R+L Carriers Plains , MT 59859

Posted 1 week ago

Our Team Drivers average over $2,000 a week each!

Our Teams are on the road 5 days then home 2 days.

R+L Carriers has immediate opportunities for CDL Class A Team Truck Drivers at our Chicago and Alexandria Service Center . These full-time opportunities will be responsible movement of trailers between Service Centers and/or turn-point locations.

Requirements / Qualifications:

CDL Class A driver license with X & T endorsements.
1 yr. verifiable Class A driving experience within the past 3 years or be paired with a qualified trainer (trainer can be a new hire as well)
Good driving record / MVR.
Minimum age of 23 with qualified trainer or be at least 25 years old with 1 year of verifiable driving experience.
We offer an excellent compensation and comprehensive benefits package that includes Medical/dental/Vision Insurance, 401(k) Retirement Plan with company matching contributions, Paid Vacation & Holidays and free vacation lodging at our exclusive employee resorts in Daytona Beach, FL, Big Bear Lake, CA and Pigeon Forge, TN.
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CDL Class A Team Truck Driver (Plains,Mt)

Expired Job

R+L Carriers