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Dedicated Truck Drivers Needed *Home Weekly $ign on Bonus

This Dedicated truck driver position features weekly time at home, up to $80,200 per year and a predictable work schedule. Truckers will haul and unload multi-stop freight to this Fortune 500 Company and benefit from consistent miles within IL, WI, MN, IA, IN, MI, KY, OH and MO. It's all about consistency when you join a Dedicated division. By pulling freight for one customer, you'll enjoy consistent freight, miles and paychecks.

Eligible CDL Driver Applicants
oExperienced truck drivers


Truck Driver Pay & Benefits
Full-time CDL truck drivers are eligible for:
oUp to $80,200 per year
o$7,000 sign-on bonus for experienced drivers
o$3,000 sign-on bonus for inexperienced drivers
oUp to $6,000 tuition reimbursement available for qualified drivers
oMileage, stop-off and unloading pay plus potential $0.02/mile performance bonuses
oPaid orientation and training
oPaid vacation
oMedical, dental and vision insurance
o401(k) savings plan with company match
oMobile communications platform - The latest in-truck technology with paperless logging, GPS navigation, web browsing, text-to-voice features, a color touch screen and a pull-out keypad
oCompany Facilities - Drivers have 24 hour access to company facilities with free and safe parking, showers, Wi-Fi, laundry facilities and cafeteria services.
oMilitary Apprenticeship Program - U.S. military veterans, Guard members and Reservists may be eligible to earn an additional educational benefit check from the VA (up to $1,146 per month)

Based on CDL driver experience

Truck Driver Qualifications
oValid Class A Commercial Driver's License (CDL)
oLive within 75 miles radius of Grand Rapids, MI

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