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Today’s Job of the Day comes from Maybach International Group

Maybach International Group is a Chicagoland-based logistics company that delivers thousands of goods across the country to local communities. Their goal is to do their best in strategic problem solving to get products moved safely and cost-effectively. Since they established, they maintained an open and transparent relationship with their staff and drivers. They want to be fair when it comes to booking loads and getting the best possible rates for our hardworking drivers.

They provide each employee with training to maximize their skills before they start. At Maybach, they form relationships with brokers and customers to deliver on time, cost-effective services with a smile. Also, they understand that being compliant and following the rules and regulations of the road can bring them a long way.

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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:

  • $75,000+ 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

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national express carriers

Today’s Job of the Day comes to us from National Express Carriers

Since 2013, National Express Carriers has been servicing the transportation industry in all 48 states. With their focus in dry, refrigerated, and LTL truck loads, they integrated their services in multiple sectors of the industry.

Their main focus is to provide outstanding customer service for clients in the field. By utilizing the newest and up to date equipment they provide outstanding results in quality of work along with on-time service guaranteed.

Currently National Express Carriers seeks OTR Dry Van CDL A Drivers nationwide. They offer competitive pay, a great benefit package, and top equipment.

The trucks include refrigerators, inverters, and APU units, and drivers take trucks home during home time.

In addition, they launch a new facility in July with lounge, beds, showers, a full kitchen, and laundry.

Also, they ask that applicants are at least 25 years old with a CDL A license and a minimum of 1 year of experience.

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Today’s Job of the Day comes to us from Skyline, Inc.

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Skyline Transportation, Inc. is a family owned operation, headquartered in Knoxville, TN. They service the eastern United States and provide great career opportunities and stability for drivers and their families.

Currently, Skyline Transportation, Inc. seeks CDL A Long Haul Regional Over the Road Company Drivers. The drivers must be within driving distance of Knoxville, Nashville, Jackson or Memphis, TN terminals. Drivers are home every weekend, with an average of 2500 miles driven per week. Also, Skyline offers health benefits, holiday, and vacation pay. In addition, Skyline offers a sign-on bonus and quarterly safety bonuses.

Skyline Transportation asks that applicants are at least 21 years old with a clean driving record. Also, they prefer the Hazmat endorsement. However, they help drivers obtain the endorsement at the company’s expense.

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Today’s Job of the Day comes to us from Tri-State Motor Transit Co.

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Tri-State Motor Transit Co. is the national leader in specialized, high-security transportation hauling specialized freight. This includes firearms and ammunition for the military as well as explosive waste and hazardous waste.

Tri-State Motor Transit is hiring Long Haul Hazmat Team Drivers nationwide. The job of the day offers great pay, bonuses, benefits, and much more. In addition, Tri-State offers best in class equipment with the newsest Kenworths, Peterbilts, Volvos, and Freightliners. Also, their entire fleet has E-Logs, refrigerators, CB Radios, SiriusXM, and comfortable sleepovers for driver comfort.

In addition, Tri-State asks that applicants be at least 23 years old, have a CDL A license, and have Hazmat and Tanker special endorsements.

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Today’s Job of the Day comes to us from All Seasons Express

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All Seasons Express is a private trucking company located on Market Street in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Their business is part of a family-owned company, and prides itself on their commitment to quality and excellent customer service. Overall, their mission is to remain committed to providing the highest quality service in the market.

All Seasons Express is hiring local CDL A drivers for mid-range and OTR routes. The driver will be running general freight, pharmaceutical loads, frozen loads, and seasonal flowers out of the Kalamazoo, MI hub. Also, they offer group health insurance, 100% vested simple IRA with company match, free life insurance, weekly pay, paid vacation, and more.

In addition, they ask that applicants be at least 21 years old and have a CDL A license.

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Learn the perks about being someone with a CDL trucking jobArielle Pardes recently wrote an article for  Cosmopolitan magazine called “13 Things I Wish I Knew Before I Became a Long-Haul Truck Driver.” While the story focuses on her role as a female driver, much of Pardes’ driving experience is universal. Men with CDL trucking jobs will be able to relate to her observations as well. Here are the highlights from the article. Give it a read and see if you share her experience.

1. Driving trucks is more like a lifestyle choice than a regular job. This is not the kind of job where you’ll be home for dinner every night. You stay out, driving shipments back and forth, for weeks at a time, and then you get a couple days off back home. It’s impossible to have a real life because you’re always on the road.

2. Don’t stress out about finding a job. There’s a huge shortage of truck drivers, so getting hired is basically as easy as getting your commercial driver’s license. It’s a 10-week program to get the certification, and by the time mine was over, I had a job lined up with a company. Some companies will even pre-hire you and pay for your training, which makes it really easy to break into the industry.

3. The starting pay isn’t great, but you can move up the pay scale pretty quickly. When I first started driving, I was making 27 cents for every mile that I drove, which equated to around $35,000 a year — so, not great. But by the time I quit three years later, I was making $55,000 a year. Pay raises are regular, and your rate goes up if you hit goals each quarter, like making on-time deliveries, driving without accidents, staying under the speed limit, and having more years of experience under your belt.

4. You’re constantly traveling, but you don’t get to be a tourist. In a day, you could easily clock 600 miles; in a week, you could span more than 3,000 miles, or double if you’re team driving. That’s an insane swath of the United States to cover — and yet, you won’t experience anything you can’t see from the highway. Sure, you’re passing through lots of cool places, but you’re on the clock and you can’t just park your truck somewhere and go sightseeing.

5. Even with all of the downsides, there are some beautiful moments. If you Google “best things about being a truck driver,” you’re not going to find much. But for the right person, there’s a lot to appreciate: You get to be in charge of your own schedule and how you spend your time in the truck. You can save a lot of money, since your living expenses are minimal while you’re on the road. And the views from the driver’s seat beat any office window.

Read more here to see what else Arielle Pardes wishes she knew before becoming a long-haul truck driver.

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Featured image from Pixabay.com. Interior image from Getty.com, as pictured in Cosmopolitan magazine.