CDL A Team Truck Drivers

Job Description:
Team CDL-A truck driver jobs with newly increased pay at J&R SchugelDouble your miles and earning power with higher team CPM rates!J&R Schugel has a variety of team CDL-A truck driver opportunities available now that offer plenty of miles and great home time.
We've expanded hiring lanes and enhanced team pay--our rates are higher than they've ever been before! It's just another reason to make your CDL-A team part of ours today.
Hiring established team drivers - call today for more details!JRS company team truck driver advantages: Up to $0.
54 CPM (base pay + incentives, split) Annual compensation reviews Priority freight out to California 5,500 - 6,500 miles per week, average 401(k) retirement plan Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) - ask how JRS helps save for YOUR future! Direct deposit No-touch freight OR forced dispatch to NYC Paid lumpers 100% APU-equipped trucks E-ZPass/PrePass; in-cab scanning Orientation pay (company-paid transportation, motel, meals) Detention, layover and stop pay opportunitiesJoin the JRS team today!Take your driving team to J&R Schugel, where we're all about the driver.
Because we're 100% employee owned, we have a stake in your satisfaction.
That's why our team truck driving opportunities are designed to support you in every way.
Let's talk today so we can tell you more! Team CDL-A Truck Driver Qualifications: Minimum age of 21 Must have valid CDL-A commercial driver's license Must have 1 year of recent OTR experience Must pass DOT physical and drug screen Safe driving record (no serious traffic violations or patterns of irresponsible driving) Facilities located in Tomah, WI; Columbus, OH; and New Ulm, MN.

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