Earn $.50-$.60 CPM & 2 days off for every 1 week worked!
Transport and deliver freight over the road over long distances in a safe, efficient, timely, and legal manner
Hook and unhook trailers; secure freight; install and remove tire chains as required by weather, tarp and un-tarp freight if operating flatbeds
Load and unload trailers and perform lifting, pulling, pushing, and carrying freight
Complete all necessary paperwork and maintain records required under state and federal laws and regulations
Ensure that all operations are in compliance with state and federal laws and regulations
Perform routine inspection and preventative maintenance on assigned equipment and refer defects/repairs to company personnel
Represent the company and the trucking industry in a professional manner
Valid Commercial Driver’s License
2 years previous tractor/trailer driving experience (unless applying as a Student Driver)
Knowledge of all applicable DOT Regulations and Motor Carrier Safety Regulations
Meet all standards (medical,safety, etc.) required by the DOT and pass required drug/alcohol test
Acceptable background investigation results.
Able to be away from home for extended periods of time, available for round-the-clock trips, and able to remain alert while driving for periods of up to 11 hours
Able to squat, crouch, and reach as needed to handle freight; able to enter and exit the vehicle’s cab numerous times each day
Able to push and pull freight at a self-selected height with aforce of 150 pounds
Able to access and manually release fifth wheel lever and tandem pin switch; requires horizontal pulling with a force of 100 pounds at a height of 44 inches and pulling with a force of 100 pounds at a height of 38 inches
Able to occasionally carry or move freight weighing up to 70 pounds
Able to install and remove tire chains, hook and unhook trailers, & secure freight
For flatbeds: able to handle, install, and remove special equipment weighing upto 110 pounds including chains, straps, tarps, tie downs, etc.
Must be able to work in severe weather conditions – both heat and cold. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable a person with a disability to perform the essential functions of the job unless doing so would cause undue hardship to the company