CDLA Team Drivers - Nicholasville KY

Company Name:
Spectrum Driver Recruiters
Seeking CDL-A Drivers for Teams out of Nicholasville, KY!
Position Offers:
$55,000-$65,000 average annual pay
$7,500 Sign On Bonus
In business for more than 100 years, this organization has grown to be one of the most successful supply chain services companies in the country. This company, a leading consumer products provider is hiring CDL-A Company Drivers for team positions at its Nicholasville, KY area terminal. As one of the nations largest fleets, this highly successful $34 billion company delivers over 10 billion pounds of merchandise to more than 54,000 locations throughout the United States each year. This company knows that their drivers are their most important assets, and offer excellent pay and great benefits. Drivers can rest assured that they are part of a team that understands, respects, and values its employees.
Drivers deliver dry and refrigerated products for dedicated customers throughout Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia. Trailers are pre-loaded drivers unload via two-wheeler and ramp, and use handheld scanner, document receipt, and product temperature. Must be able to lift at least 60 pounds and handle a hand truck weighing up to 400 pounds when fully loaded. Drivers average 25 stops per load. Drivers work 5-6 days, with 1-2 days off each week. Must be able to work any day and time. Drivers will interact with clients often and are considered the face of the company; therefore drivers need to be professional and customer friendly. Paid training.
$55,000-$65,000 per year average
$7,500 sign-on bonus
2 years or 50,000-miles tractor trailer experience
21 years old minimum
Medical Eligible day 1!
Dental Eligible day 1!
Vision Eligible day 1!
401k/Roth IRA profit sharing plan with employer match
Paid vacations
Paid holidays
Sick days
For more information go to https://www.driverjoblist.com/jobs/view/cdl-a-truck-drivers-425/ or you may call Jessica at 855-795-1100 ext. 233.

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