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CDL-A Regional Truck Driver Jobs

Company: Hill Brothers Transportation
Location: Sun Prairie
Posted on: May 6, 2021

Job Description:

Enjoy Regional Routes & Weekly Home Time!

Come join the Hill Bros family and get the INCREASED PAY YOU deserve!

When you go the extra mile, you should be rewarded! That's why Hill Bros. offers Regional and Class A driver opportunities with excellent starting pay rates, fantastic home time, and a host of great benefits.

Integrity --- Communication --- Leadership --- Ethics --- Respect

Home time:

* Run 5-6 days, home 1-2

CDL-A Regional Truck Driver Jobs Offer:

* $50K - $65K average yearly income (includes bonuses)
* Per diem pay (0.10/mile on all miles, pre-tax)
* Health, dental, vision and life insurance
* 401(k) retirement plan
* $2,000 referral bonus
* Mileage-based pay per length of haul
* 2,000 average weekly miles
* No-touch freight
* Late-model trucks with refrigerator units
* Pet and passenger policy

Additional earning opportunities:

* Monthly Accident and Compliance Incentive ($100 per month)
* Paid Qualification Process Training (upon completion)
* Paid transportation to Qualification Process Training
* Holidays and vacation pay
* Quarterly productivity bonus
* Safety bonus + compliance pay
* Longevity bonus

CDL-A Regional Truck Driver Job qualifications:

* Minimum 23 years of age with valid CDL-A
* 12 months verifiable experience in the last 3 years; or 6 months experience plus truck driving school
* No serious violations in last 2 years; no more than 3 moving violations in last 3 years

Apply Today For CDL-A Regional Truck Driver Jobs With Hill Brothers!

Keywords: Hill Brothers Transportation, Madison , CDL-A Regional Truck Driver Jobs, Professions , Sun Prairie, Wisconsin

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