Class A CDL Regional dedicated run - Home weekends

" This is a Class A CDL position. Please do not apply for the job if you do not hold a valid Commercial drivers license. I do not have any type of training or schools."

Run regional freight from the distribution center in Moorehead KY to stores in the Midwest region including KY, TN, Northern AL, Northern GA, Southern IL, Southern IN, Southern OH, Western VA and Western WV. If you live in another hiring area and not near the DC, you will pick up a preloaded trailer from your specific area and will still be home on the weekends.

Making multi-stop you will average 3 to 4 stops per trailer and 3 loads per week. ALL drivers unload using the roller rack system. Account requires 100% hand unloading. The trailers are equipped with rollers and the freight is placed on rollers and flows into the stores.Driver will train with another driver for 5-7 days after orientation and be paid $100 per day

Your home time will be 2 days every weekend. You will have to leave the night before and get to their store by 8pm and get a full 10 hour break to unload at 6am. So if they are scheduled on a Mon run they have to leave Sun in the afternoon to make it to their store the night before.

Account starts at .43 cpm (avg. 1500 miles per week) plus $ 20 per stop pay and $100 per trailer that you unload. Equals average $1,100 weekly pay.

Positions Offer

Medical / Health insurance
Vision Insurance
Dental Insurance
Paid Vacation
401k Plans from day one (match after one year)
Room for movement / Transferring
Steady pay / Same runs weekly
Paid Weekly / Direct Deposit
Solo Work No Teams Needed!
Paid Orientation and Training ($100 per day)
All loads are preplanned 24 hours in advance.

Call Craig @ 877-629-2245 for more information and to Apply.

Job Requirements

Driving Experience needed. (Recent)
21 year's old
Class A CDL

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