CDLA Company Drivers - Culpeper VA

Company Name:
Spectrum Driver Recruiters
Seeking CDL-A Company Drivers out of Culpeper, VA!
Founded in 1967, this award-winning company is the nations premier builder of luxury homes. Presently they are seeking CDL-A Company Drives to join their team out of Culpeper, VA. This company has been named as one of the countrys top workplaces for three consecutive years. They recognize that much of their success is due to the diligence and dedication of their employees. They reward that hard work with competitive wages and a generous benefits package. If youre a professional driver with exceptional skills, apply today. The change will be challenging, unique and rewarding.
Overview
Drivers haul building materials and products for dedicated customers via rolloff and dry van. Drivers unload dry vans by hand, with assistance from helper and secure rolloff freight using straps. Drivers should be able to work any day of the week. Shift begins early morning. Local work with an average of 1 layover per week. Company provides lodging. Drivers average 10-14 hours per shift, 55-60 hours per week. OT paid after 40 hours. Paid training. Assigned equipment.
Compensation
$18.00+ per hour to start
$1,150 per week average
Annual reviews
Direct deposit
Paid weekly
Requirements
CDL-A
3 years tractor-trailer experience
Benefits
Medical
Dental
Vision
401-k w/company match
Stock options
Company-paid life insurance w/ option to purchase additional coverage
Company-paid short-term disability insurance
Long-term disability insurance
AD&D insurance
Cell phone
Personal and sick days
Paid vacations
Paid holidays
Apply Online at www.spectrumdrivers.com or for more information call us at 855-795-1100, ext. 1.
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