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Local CDLA Truck Drivers - Belton SC

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Spectrum Driver Recruiters
Seeking Local CDL-A Truck Drivers for the Belton, SC area!
This privately held company, which transports various petroleum products to customers throughout North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia and Tennessee is currently adding additional local CDL-A Truck Drivers. Become part of the elite driver staff working out of the Belton, SC area. This company, in business for more than 30 years, is an industry leader is an industry leader that is financially stable and steadily growing. With its business built on exceptional employees, this premier company hires only the most dedicated professionals who are able to self-manage and direct their own work.
Overview
Drivers deliver petroleum products to customers within an approximate 150-mile radius of the terminal. Drivers average 3-4 loads per shift. Day and night shifts are available, with drivers beginning work between 5:00 and 6:00 for the a.m. and p.m. shifts. Drivers average 12-14 hours per day. Drivers typically work 5 days with 2 days off, which will likely include weekends. Paid training is provided.
Compensation
$55,000-$60,000+ per year average
Night shift premium pay
Weekend premium pay
Load/unload pay
Requirements
CDL-A
"H" (Hazmat) and N (Tanker) or X endorsements
1 year tractor-trailer experience
Benefits
Medical
Dental
Vision
Paid vacation
Paid holidays
Paid sick days
401K with company match
Profit sharing
Short-term disability insurance
Long-term disability insurance
Life insurance
AD&D insurance
For more information go to https://www.driverjoblist.com/jobs/view/local-cdl-a-truck-drivers-218/ or you may call Carl at 855-795-1100 ext. 226.
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