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CDLA Company Drivers - Dickinson ND

Company Name:
Spectrum Driver Recruiters
Seeking CDL-A Company Drivers for Local Routes out of Dickinson, ND!
Having entered the chemical distribution business 100 years ago, this company has successfully expanded to become the world market leader in full-line chemical distribution. Operating 400+ locations in more than 65 countries, this company has had accelerated growth worldwide for the past two decades. As they continue to expand and increase their fleet they are seeking professional CDL-A Company Drivers to complete local routes out of the Dickinson ND area. This is an elite company that offers drivers comprehensive benefits, competitive pay, and the opportunity to grow their professional experience while still maintaining their valuable personal time.
Overview
Drivers transport industrial and production chemicals to well sites and customers within a 350-mile radius of the Dickinson terminal. Must be willing to drive off-road, and to un-manned as well as manned sites. Some dedicated customers. Drivers load/unload tanker units via hose and pump or pressure. Schedule is Friday through Monday; off Tuesday through Thursday. Shift begins between 5am and 7am, averaging 10 hours per day. OT paid after 40 hours. Paid training.
Compensation
$28.00-$35.00 per hour, depending on experience
OT after 40 hours
Annual Performance Reviews
Quarterly DOT Inspection Bonus
Annual Safety Bonus
Referral Bonus
Direct Deposit
Paid Weekly
Requirements
CDL-A
2 years tractor-trailer experience
H-Hazmat Endorsement, or willing to obtain
N-Tanker Endorsement, or willing to obtain
Benefits
Medical
Dental
401-k w/company match
Profit Sharing
Paid Life Insurance w/ option to purchase additional coverage
Disability Insurance
Paid Vacations
Paid Holidays
Apply Online at www.spectrumdrivers.com or for more information call us at 855-795-1100 ext. 1.
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