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Road Dog Drivers

$1200 a week Home daily position for Class A drivers



Job Description
Looking for Class A drivers willing to make deliveries to Starbucks stores. Drivers will be operating a day with a refer trailers. Drivers will have multiple stops and will have to offload at each stop (will driver helper). The pay is 48 cents per mile $17 per stop and 13.75 for Pre/ Post. Drivers average $1200 a week

*Candidates must meet the following driving criteria*

--Must have 12 months of tractor trailer experience within the last 3 years--
--Must have some recent verifiable tractor trailer experience within the past 12 months--
--Ability to conduct several stops daily--
--Great communication skills--
--Attention to detail-Route Reports--
--No more than 3 violations within the last three years, personal or commercial--
--No D.O.T Recordables or Preventables in the past 3 years--
--No Suspensions or Revocations in the past 5 years--
--No reckless driving based on state specific guidelines--
--No DUI's--
--Must have clean Criminal Background--

You may contact Matt at 1-877-750-8623 ext 3 Mon-Fri 8 am-5 pm EST and he will be happy to discuss open positions and get you an application or follow the link below to fill out an application.

http://roaddogdrivers_michigan_rcc.pagedemo.co/







About Road Dog Drivers
Our goal at Road Dog is to ensure that our drivers find the jobs that they are looking for. Whether they want to be home every night, need an opportunity for permanent placement, or simply want to make some extra money picking up extra work, our job is to make that happen.


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