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    we need drivers in northern bc

    Stewart bc based company is seeking experienced drivers with a min of 2 years super b or tri axle experience, for there stewart bc and watson lake locations! Must have a fairly good abstract over the last 3 years with mountain and winter experience. Northern experience is prefered. This is not a camp job, and you must find your own way here! Once here living accomidations are aranged and taken care of ! Pay is base on a per trip rate of $326 a day ($26.an hour if over 11.5 hours you are paid more) 6 days a week with 36 hours off ( sometimes more). Run takes you from Stewart bc to Watson Lake Yukon. From there you do a switch. at which point you stay in the company house or the motel which is pre arranged until the switch returns ( those intererested in the waton lake end you would go to the mine and come back to watson. pay is based on this end only by per hour basis ) Once back (about 12 hours later) you switch back and return to stewart to unload the truck . If interested please reply with the subject as stewart, or , watson , with resume attached and we will contact if we feel you qualify!

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by northerndrive View Post
    Stewart bc based company is seeking experienced drivers with a min of 2 years super b or tri axle experience, for there stewart bc and watson lake locations! Must have a fairly good abstract over the last 3 years with mountain and winter experience. Northern experience is prefered. This is not a camp job, and you must find your own way here! Once here living accomidations are aranged and taken care of ! Pay is base on a per trip rate of $326 a day ($26.an hour if over 11.5 hours you are paid more) 6 days a week with 36 hours off ( sometimes more). Run takes you from Stewart bc to Watson Lake Yukon. From there you do a switch. at which point you stay in the company house or the motel which is pre arranged until the switch returns ( those intererested in the waton lake end you would go to the mine and come back to watson. pay is based on this end only by per hour basis ) Once back (about 12 hours later) you switch back and return to stewart to unload the truck . If interested please reply with the subject as stewart, or , watson , with resume attached and we will contact if we feel you qualify!

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    Is that haul from Faro ?

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    Light Load Member Johnny R's Avatar
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    Without prejudice, I can hardly believe this is a genuine company invitation, with the poor grammar, punctuation and spelling errors.

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    I am curious about the "super b OR Triaxle" requirement. Anyone can drive a tri-axle, besides weight it is no different than a tandem trailer. Super B would involve more than that though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prairie Boy View Post
    Is that haul from Faro ?
    no the haul is from stewart to wolverine mine and back to stewart. there is a switch in watson lake. person who drives to watson has about a 12 hour wait in watson till the switch returns

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny R View Post
    Without prejudice, I can hardly believe this is a genuine company invitation, with the poor grammar, punctuation and spelling errors.
    I am an employee searching for drivers for the company. we have an incentive program to find drivers. Just because you may apply dosnt mean you will get the job .Yes my spelling, punctuation , and even grammer may be poor. I am not perfect and there is no spell check on here. Really does it matter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by itsneversafe View Post
    I am curious about the "super b OR Triaxle" requirement. Anyone can drive a tri-axle, besides weight it is no different than a tandem trailer. Super B would involve more than that though.
    our trucks are 9 axles, and same length as a super b. I do not make the rules that is what the company wants.

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    I know I qualify for the job, but they can't pay me enough to move to the middle of nowhere. For me it's not always about the money.

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    I was one of the first 6 drivers to haul from Faro to Whitehorse back in 1970. White pass had the contract with Anvil Mines. Out of 26 trucks, only 6 of us ex GILL drivers were allowed to pull A-Trains on the road between Carmacks and Faro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beer Runner View Post
    I know I qualify for the job, but they can't pay me enough to move to the middle of nowhere. For me it's not always about the money.
    yes it is the middle of nowhere. but it sure is a beautiful part of the middle of no where...but there sure is alot of snow that falls here

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