CDL-A Truck Drivers - Delaware

Company Name:
Spectrum Driver Recruiters
Seeking CDL-A Truck Drivers for regional routes out of
For more than 30 years, this company has specialized in truckload delivery service. They are a proven leader and have grown to become one of the industrys most reliable carriers. They are presently seeking professional CDL-A truck drivers to complete regional truckload routes out of their terminal in Delaware. They believe that dedicated, skilled drivers are key to their success. They offer competitive pay and benefits to their drivers, along with ample earning opportunities. Apply today to start your new professional career.
Drivers deliver water treatment chemicals/compounds to water treatment plants along the East coast,
south carolina
and North, as far west as
. Drivers unload via air, gravity, and hose. Schedule is Monday-late Friday/early Saturday. Drivers are typically out 2-3 days at a time, averaging 3-4 stops per week. Drivers average 12 hours per day, 60 hours per week. Paid OT after 40 hours. Paid training. Drivers assigned late model equipment in good condition.
Ample Earning Opportunities
Hourly pay
$60,000-$65,000 per year average
Pay increase after 3 and 6 months
Daily food allowance
Paid OT
Clean Roadside Inspection Bonus
Direct Deposit
Paid Weekly
2 years tractor-trailer experience
Previous tanker experience
H-Hazmat Endorsement, or willing to obtain
N-Tanker Endorsement, or willing to obtain
TWIC or able to get
Optional Dental and Vision
Paid vacations
Paid sick days
Paid holidays
Clean Roadside Inspection Bonus
Direct Deposit
Paid Weekly
Apply Online at www.spectrumdrivers.com or for more information call us at 855-795-1100 ext. 1.

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