Today’s Job of the Day comes from Chermak Cartage

Chermak Cartage is a growing family-owned and operated carrier based out of Northern Illinois. They are a core transportation carrier for many top pharmaceutical, manufacturing, and retail companies.

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Chermak Cartage believes that their drivers make their company as they are the most valuable asset. Also, they bring on safe, experienced drivers and reward them with great pay and professional respect.

Chermak provides the tools drivers need to be safe on the road. In addition, they offer a variety of driving job options to fit any drivers’ needs and goals. Overall, Chermak created a competitive compensation package that ensures guaranteed pay and incentives to increase weekly pay. From short-haul routes to long-haul routes, drivers stay on the road with the miles they want. In addition, Chermak services the Midwest, South, and Southeast routes. No downtown Chicago, East, or West Coast routes.

Currently, Chermak Cartage is hiring CDL A Dry Van OTR Drivers in Cary, Illinois.

The position includes the following highlights:

  • $70,000+ Or More Per Year
  • Guaranteed Weekly Pay Based on 2500 mi and Weekly Pay Accelerator for 2500+ mi
    • All miles paid loaded & unloaded. Also, paid detention after 2 hours
  • Short Haul Supplement for Shorter Runs
  • Flexible Home Time on Weekends
  • 2016 or Newer Freightliner Cascadia
    • 72” Sleepers with DD15 Engine
    • DDT12 Automatics or Eaton 10 Speed
    • Trucks Governed at 68 Cruise, 73 on Pedal
    • ParkSmart Parked HVAC System with Opti-Idle
    • All Trucks Equip with Power Invertor, Fridge and TV
  • Healthcare benefits after 30 days
  • W2 or 1099 options

In addition, Chermak requires candidates meet these minimum requirements:

  • 1+ Year of Verifiable OTR Experience
  • Clean MVR with a valid medical card. Also, clean background preferred

Interested in applying?

Learn more about the job requirements, benefits, pay and more.

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