Class A CDL Driver needed - $1,100 dollars a week average.

" This is a Class A CDL position. Please do not apply for the job if you do not hold a valid Commercial drivers license. I do not have any type of training or schools."

This is a Dedicated regional account that hubs out of Hagerstown MD. You will be hauling for a major Office supply company hauling store products within an 800 mile radius of Hagerstown. You will pull the freight in a 53 ft dry van using a Mid Roof Conventional tractor. The truck is assigned to you and you are able to take it home for your time off.
The starting pay on the account is .41 cpm (PAID FOR EVERY MILE) running an average of 2300-2400 miles per week. You are also paid a $15 dollar stop pay for the assist. The starting pay is $1,000 - $1,100 dollars a week average. This is all driver assist freight, would need you to help tailgate at the stop.
You are home for the weekend, every other weekend. You are out for 12 days at a time. Drivers can live within a 50 mile radius of CARLISLE PA, HAGERSTOWN MD, HEBRON KY, LA VERGNE TN, ROCHESTER NY or anywhere in the State of Connecticut

Breakdown on account
Pay Rate is .41 plus stop pays at $15 dollars
$1,050 to $1,150.00 average gross paycheck
Run a permanently assigned tractor
Medical / Health insurance
Vision Insurance
Dental Insurance
Paid Vacation
6 paid holidays
401k Plans starting from day one
Room for movement / Transferring to different accounts
Steady pay / Same runs weekly
Paid Weekly / Direct Deposit
Paid Orientation and Training

Call Craig @ 877-629-2245 for more information and to Apply.

Job Requirements
6 Months driving exp needed.
21 years old
Class A CDL
Less than 3 tickets in the past 3 years

Class A CDL license REQUIRED, and some experience REQUIRED. Applications that do not meet this criteria will not be considered

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