Drivers (Flex) - Class A CDL

Job Description:
Job Code: 2018-750-228 Drivers Class A CDL Flex Drivers Road Warriors Wanted MONDAY FRIDAY, WEEKENDS OFF BLACK HORSE CARRIERS,the 13thlargest Dedicated Fleet Provider in the U.
, has Full-Time opportunities for DRIVERS in the WISCONSIN DELLS area.
Travel the Midwest supporting our Automotive Division.
Qualified candidates will be fully trained to travel to our remote locations to cover vacations and new business routes.
We specialize in overnight auto parts deliveries to car dealerships.
PLEASE NOTE: The area you will provide coverage for is within 5 hours of your Home! Weekly pay to average $1,775 MONDAY FRIDAY NIGHTS, WEEKENDS OFF Pallet Jack Experience $1,400 per week base pay, $75 per day paid for travel overnight away from home, $50 per day meal money.
Weekly pay to average $1,775.
Road Warrior wanted, we cover all hotel expenses and pay personal mileage to and from the area we send you.
Please call (219) 427-5095 to speak with a Manager Or, Email to jobs@blackhorsecarriers.
com Or, Fill out this quick Pre-Qualification form and submit: 2015 Freightliner trucks, deluxe cab interiors with comfort seats, XM RADIO subscription paid by company, 24/7 Roadside assistance, Automatic transmissions, 15L Engines, and many other amenities! Offered for all full-time positions: Full Benefits! Health, Dental and Vision insurance multiple plans from blue chip providers 401k program with company match COMPANY PAID life insurance Short and long-term disability insurance PAID HOLIDAYS PAID VACATION Driver referral bonuses Quarterly and Annual safety bonuses company wide Driver of the Month and Driver of the Year by TERMINAL! Over 80 terminals nationwide! Driver uniforms, jackets, safety gear, GO bags provided and much MORE! Minimum Qualifications: Must be at least 23 years old At least 18 months verifiable Class 'A' Tractor-Trailer experience No positive and/or refused drug and alcohol test(s) Stable work history and excellent safety record Solid MVR, no serious violations in the last 5 years EOE WWW.

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