CDLA Company Drivers - Romulus MI

Company Name:
Spectrum Driver Recruiters
Seeking CDL-A Company Drivers out of Romulus, MI!
Part-time Positions Also Available
Founded in 1998 with one truck, one trailer and one driver, this transportation company has quickly grown and now services multiple clients throughout the Midwest. Due to expansion they are currently seeking CDL-A Company Drivers to work out of their terminal in Romulus, MI. They offer competitive wages and benefits in a supportive, diverse work environment.
Overview
Drivers haul automotive parts via dry van to manufacturing plants and logistics centers. Dedicated customer base and dedicated routes. Freight is no-touch, combination drop & hook and live load/unload. Drivers average 1-2 stops per load. Two shifts/schedules available: Wednesday-Saturday 4:30 p.m.-3:30 a.m. or Monday and Tuesday 4:30 p.m.-3:30 a.m. & Friday and Saturday 4:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Schedule is a 4-day workweek with the option to work 5th and 6th day. Drivers average 56 hours per week. OT paid after 45 hours. Paid training.
Compensation
$15.00-$16.00 per hour to start depending on schedule
$940 per week average
Annual reviews
Paid weekly
Direct deposit available
Requirements
CDL-A
2 years tractor-trailer experience
Benefits
Medical
Dental
Vision
401-k
Life insurance
AFLAC insurances such as:
Short-term disability insurance
Long-term disability insurance
Accident insurance
Hospitalization insurance
Cancer insurance and more!
Sick/personal days
Jury duty / court issue
Bereavement
Military leave (job held)
Paid holidays
Paid vacations
Qualcomm/2-way phone provided
For more information go to https://driverjoblist.com/jobs/view/regional-cdl-a-truck-drivers-7/ or you may call Carl at 855-795-1100 ext. 226.
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