Dana Transport Dry Bulk $1600-$2000+ weekly

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  1. TheDispatcher

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    Job Description
    Dana Transport is working to build a first-class Dry Bulk Team. Our program pays some of the highest salaries and is one of the most modern dry bulk fleets in North America.

    Become a part of our team today!

    If you have no pneumatic dry bulk experience, we will train. Must already have a CDL-A license.

    Hazmat not needed, tanker endorsement required upon hire for company requirement.

    Our dispatchers work with drivers on home time. Local, Regional and OTR positions available location vary.

    ****Call Frank to apply 508-987-9300*****

    Benefits:
    - Paid Training
    - Paid Weekly with Direct Deposit
    - Medical Benefits, plus Vision and Dental
    - Paid Life Insurance
    - 401k Retirement plan with company matching dollars
    - Section 125 flex accounts: dependent care & unreimbursed medical expenses
    - Paid short-term disability insurance
    - Referral bonuses
    - Paid vacation Paid holidays
    - Generous PTO

    Qualifications
    - CDL-A REQUIRED
    - No felony convictions in past 10 years (except for VIOLENT and/or drug/alcohol which is forever prohibited)
    - Good driving record
    - at least 25 years old
    - No DUI less than 10 years old

    Job Type: Full-time

    Pay: $1,600.00 - $2,000.00+ per week

    Benefits:
    • 401(k) matching
    • Dental insurance
    • Disability insurance
    • Health insurance
    • Life insurance
    • Paid orientation
    • Paid time off
    • Paid training
    • Referral program
    • Vision insurance
    Schedule:
    • Home time
    • Year round work
    Supplemental Pay:
    • Breakdown pay
    • Detention pay
    • Extra stop pay
    • Layover pay
    • Loading / unloading pay
     
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