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Class A CDL Truck Driver

Job Code: 2020-03-910-211

Class A CDL Truck Driver

Hazmat Endorsement Required

BLACK HORSE CARRIERS, the 13th largest Dedicated Fleet Provider in the U.S., has (1) Full-Time opportunity for a  LOCAL CLASS A CDL DRIVER in BIG SPRING, TX.

  • $1,200/week
  • Monday - Friday
  • Shift start times from 2 am to 10 am
  • Home Daily!
  • Consecutive days/weekends off ( will work one weekend day)
  • Dedicated Routes
  • Touch freight and pallet jack handling required
  • Hazmat required

Please call today for more information: 682-888-9964

Or, email: David.Greenhaw@blackhorsecarriers.com

Or, fill out this quick Pre-Qualification form and submit:

http://www.blackhorsecarriers.com/careers/short-application?id=2020-03-910-211

** Drivers must register with the FMCSA Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse if you have not already done so.**

https://clearinghouse.fmcsa.dot.gov/

2019 Freightliner trucks, deluxe cab interiors with comfort seats, XM RADIO subscription paid by company, 24/7 Roadside assistance, Automatic and Manual transmission equipment, Automatic 5th wheel release, 15L Engines, and many other amenities!

Offered for all full-time positions:

·       Full Benefits! Health, Dental and Vision insurance – multiple plans with Blue Cross Blue Shield

·       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 90 terminals nationwide!

·       401k program with company match

·       COMPANY PAID life insurance

·       Short and long-term disability insurance

·       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 work experience required
  • Hazmat required
  • 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

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