Cdl-A Company Truck Driver

Hub Group Fellows , CA 93224

Posted 2 weeks ago

CDL-A Company Truck Driver Opportunities

Hub Group trucking is hiring CDL-A company drivers for dedicated and intermodal routes in various cities across the country! As one of the nation's top carriers, we understand the importance of having a rewarding career as well as work-life balance. Here at Hub Group, our drivers work not only receive awesome pay, but great benefit packages that also include 401k.

Dedicated Driver Benefits:

  • Competitive Industry Pay

  • Weekly Pay

  • Overtime Pay

  • Paid Time Off

  • Medical/Dental/Vision

  • 401K Program

Intermodal Driver Benefits:

  • Weekly Pay

  • Hourly Pay + Mileage Pay

  • Sign On Bonus

  • Driver Referral Bonus Program

  • Local and Regional Positions

  • Multiple Shift Options

  • No Touch Freight

  • Paid Time Off

  • 401K

Requirements:

  • CDL-A License
  • 23 Years Old
  • 1 Year CDL-A Driving Experience Preferred

Don't miss out on the opportunity to work with a carrier that believe as much in their people as their product! For more information about Hub Group or this position, give us a call today. A career at Hub Group, is a career centered around YOU!

  • Please note that these offerings vary dependent upon your location.

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