CDL A Truck Drivers Needed - Home Daily!
Up To $7,500 Driver Sign On Bonus!
We offer 100% paid health care, great home time and more!
Call 866-365-0569 to speak with a recruiter!
Join the YRC Freight family! Drive with us and help us lead the industry! This role operates various tractor-trailer combinations or straight trucks. Your safety and career path are truly supported here!
With a commitment to safety, diversity, Women in Trucking, and Hiring our Heroes, we support everyone growing a great career!
To apply, click the link below or call 866-365-0569.
Truck recruiting experience preferred!
Identify qualified drivers through various recruiting and sourcing tools
Screen, interview, and place qualified truck drivers
Build and maintain relationships with drivers to generate referrals and leads
Perform various customer service related activities
Pay is 100 % COMMISSION based
Must be able to able to generate own leads.
Unlimited income potential
No experience needed at all!
Must be able to generate own leads
Unlimited income potential
Trucking experience needed.
CDL Class B Dump Truck Drivers, good driving record, current DOT medical card, experience with driving a multi-axle dump truck. Call 703.433.2000
Broad Run Contracting
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $18.00 -$24.00/hour
Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Dump Truck Driver is $50,959 per year or $25 per hour. The highest paying Dump Truck Driver jobs have a salary over $70,000 per year while the lowest paying Dump Truck Driver jobs pay $36,000 per year
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