CDL-A Company Drivers - Mapel Heights OH

Seeking CDL-A Company Drivers out of the Maple Heights, OH area - HOME DAILY!
The number one supplier for the independent frozen treats and fast food industry in the Midwest is currently seeking CDL-A Company Drivers. This company is family-owned and operated and they are expanding their current distribution area. As a world-class organization, they recognize that their continued success would not be possible without their elite driver team. This company is committed to providing a safe, family-oriented working environment for their drivers. They offer a competitive salary and benefits package along with the opportunity for growth and advancement.
Drivers deliver frozen products to retail outlets in Ohio, Kentucky, and some Pennsylvania. Dedicated customer base. Trailers are pre-loaded and drivers unload using 2-wheeled carts. Company will train on use of handheld scanner. Drivers average 5-25 stops per load, 1-2 loads per shift. Schedule is Monday-Friday, with Saturdays and holidays if required. No Thanksgiving, Christmas, or New Years! Drivers will have set schedule. Average 42-45 hours per week. OT paid after 40 hours. Paid orientation.
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$16.00-$18.00 per hour to start depending on experience
Annual reviews for pay increase
Attendance bonus
Paid weekly
Direct deposit
1 year tractor-trailer experience
21 years old minimum
Life insurance
Short-term disability insurance
Long-term disability insurance
Paid vacations
Paid holidays
Sick days
Shirts provided
For more information go to https:
//www.driverjoblist.com/jobs/view/local-cdl-a-truck-drivers-174/ or you may call Carl at 855-795-1100 ext. 226.
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