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CDLA Company Drivers - Neenah WI

Company Name:
Spectrum Driver Recruiters
Seeking CDL-A Company Drivers out of Neenah, WI!
This Wisconsin-based company has over 95 years of experience in the moving & intermodal industries. Presently they are seeking CDL-A Company Drivers to join their intermodal team out of the Neenah, WI area. This company believes they should be as good at developing their drivers as they are at the serving their clients. They employ the best the industry has to offer the safest, most respected and experienced group of drivers on the road. They offer competitive wages and benefits, late model equipment and no-touch freight, among many other perks.
Overview
Drivers deliver general, intermodal freight in-between rail yards, company yard, and customer locations between Chicago and upper Wisconsin & Michigan. Dedicated customer base. Loads are drop & hook or live load/unload. All no-touch. Schedule is Monday-Friday, with some Saturdays possible if needed. Company is flexible with start times. Drivers average 45-55 hours per week. Paid orientation. Company assigns dedicated day cabs.
Compensation
$900-$1,000 per week average
90-day or annual reviews
Detention pay
Stop-off pay
Breakdown pay
Referral bonus
Quarterly fuel bonus
Direct deposit
Paid weekly
Requirements
CDL-A
1-year tractor-trailer experience
T-Doubles/triples endorsement preferred
Benefits
Medical
Dental
Vision
401-k
Work Saturdays and earn additional vacation hours!
Colonial insurances similar to AFLAC such as:
Life insurance
Short-term disability insurance
Long-term disability insurance
Accident insurance
Hospitalization insurance
Paid holidays
Paid vacations
Paid sick days
Apply Online at www.mydriverjobs.com or for more information call us at 855-795-1100 ext. 1.
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