Truck drivers, class A home daily dedicated account, $850 weekly

Solo Local Class A CDL truck drivers are needed immediately to haul no touch reefer freight from the DC in New Caney to the stores for this dedicated account. Drivers are guaranteed $850 a week so long as they are available for dispatch 70 hours a week. This is typically a home daily position however all drivers will do an occasional overnight trip and must be willing to drive at night. Most deliveries are between 2 pm and 6 am. Drivers are responsible for maintaining proper temperatures on all reefer loads.
The account pays on a lane pay. Drivers are guaranteed $850 a week so long as they are available for dispatch 70 hours a week. 10 to12 stops per week, 1600-1700 miles a week, also paid $17.50 per stop after first stop. Drivers work nights, weekends, and holidays. This account is a 24/7 operation. Drivers deliver to stores in about 250 miles radius from the distribution center in New Caney TX and then back.
Drivers will need to drive their own personal vehicle to and from the Distribution center, as trailers need to stay in the yard. Driver must live within 50 miles of New Caney TX and have 6 months of recent experience. One week of paid vacation after one year on this account.
Layover pay
Extra pick-up/drop pay
Detention pay
Retention pay
Per diem pay
Driver referral bonus
Low premium rates on general health, dental and vision insurance
$10,000 life insurance policy provided by the company
Direct deposit
Outstanding driver support
Toll cards for selective states
Pre-Pass for scale
Paid orientation
Driver Requirements:
6 months of tractor trailer experience in the last 18 months maintaining a logbook
No criminal issues 15 yrs
No drug issues ever
No terminations in last 3 yrs for safety, performance or abandonment issues
No termination from last job at all
No more than 3 MVR violations in the last 3 years, no more than 2 of those in last 12 mths.
Over 21 years of age with valid CDL
Must pass background check
559-348-8001 office
559-465-1415 fax

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