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Driver - Regional Truck Driver - Class A CDL


Get home weekly and drive within 750 miles of your park location as a Regional Van Truckload driver on this new configuration. Haul 95% no-touch freight in this CDL driving job, most of it drop-and-hook, with a predictable schedule. Earn up to $0.48 per mile starting pay with a weekly performance pay up to $0.04 per mile, while averaging 2,100-2,400 miles per week and 300-400 miles per haul. Regional truckers enjoy the best of both worlds - the freedom of the open road while staying close to home. Start your trucking career as a Regional driver in Schneider's Van Truckload division today!



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Eligible CDL Truck Driver Applicants: All Class A CDL holders



Regional Truck Driver Pay




  • Up to $66,000 per year with a new pay increase


  • $5,000 sign-on bonus per experienced drivers


  • $2,500 sign-on bonus per inexperienced drivers


  • Performance pay up to $0.04 per mile more, paid out weekly


  • $0.01 per mile automatic annual pay increase


  • Potential accessorial pay for detention, layover, hand load/unload


  • Higher pay: Inexperienced Regional mileage rates, for example, have increased 10% in the last two years


  • Based on CDL driver experience, performance and location


Regional Truck Driver Benefits




  • Medical, dental and vision insurance, plus flexible spending options


  • 401(k) savings plan with company match


  • Paid orientation and time off


  • Up to $7,000 tuition reimbursement (paid at $200/month) for qualified drivers


  • Paid 3-day refresher course option for drivers restarting a driving career


  • Credit for Military Experience and Military Apprenticeship programs, plus more military benefits


  • Many more - see full list of benefits


Regional Truck Driver Qualifications




  • Valid Class A Commercial Driver's License (CDL)


  • Automated transmission CDL restriction allowed


  • Live in Wisconsin or Michigan


  • Hazmat endorsement preferred


  • Passport, FAST card or Enhanced CDL opens more opportunities


More Reasons to Choose Regional Driving at Schneider




  • Average fleet age less than 3 years, over 2/3 automated transmissions


  • Industry-leading, year-round nationwide freight base


  • 24/7/365 operations and maintenance support


  • Mobile apps to increase driver productivity, locate equipment, expedite access and more


  • No employment contract - we don't lock you in, but you'll want to stay


  • Learn more about Regional driving


Why Schneider?


You can be an unappreciated steering wheel holder just about anywhere. Or you can drive with a carrier that cares about your safety, respects your time and wants you to be happy. Schneider has put drivers first for more than 80 years. Find your happiness with us this year.


"This is what makes me happy. I get to see the country, I never have to wear formal dress clothes to work again and my job is constantly teaching me new things and introducing me to new people." Abby, Schneider driver

Join one of the top trucking companies. Call 800-447-7433 for more information about becoming a Regional truck driver with Schneider!



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Job Company Driver
Schedule Full-time
Sign On Bonus 5000

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Company Description:

Real Drivers. Real Reasons.


Schneider didn't become North America's premier trucking company on accident. From one man with one truck and one dream in 1935, we now employ over 10,000 truck drivers and serve over two-thirds of the Fortune 500 companies €” all because we treat people with respect and do business with integrity.


"I wanted to drive for a reputable company and stay at that company, have stability and not bounce around. Schneider offers job security while still providing room for growth within the company. Schneider also takes great pride in its dedication to safety, training and investment in technology."


 €“ Perry Rine, Schneider Tanker Driver


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