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Local Home Daily in Winston-Salem, NC at Firstfleet Inc

Date Posted: 5/6/2019

Job Snapshot

Job Description

WANT TO BE HOME EVERY DAY?  FirstFleet is looking for exceptional drivers for our fleet.
WINSTON SALEM POSITIONS -  We currently have an opening for 1st and 2nd Shift Road driver positions. 
Days - Start 3am-8am work full day
Nights - Start 2pm-6pm work full day
Drivers will average  $800-$850 per week

WINSTON SALEM SLEEPER POSITION - Start 3am-8am, out 2-3 times per week, rotate weekend work, home on weekends, $1000-$1200 weekly average

 We offer excellent benefits including:
* Working 5 days per week
* Home daily and weekends
* Referral bonus
* Quarterly Safety and Fuel Efficiency bonuses
* Uniforms furnished
* Paid vacations after 1 year service
* Full Benefit package starting the first day of the following month after 60 days of service.

Job Requirements

  • Must possess a Class A CDL from the state of residence
  • Must have 1 year Tractor/Trailer Experience
  • Must have no chargeable D.O.T. reportable accidents within the past three years
  • Driving/Safety record must meet FirstFleet minimum requirements
  • No DUI/DWI, drug or alcohol related convictions within past 5 years
  • No careless or reckless driving convictions within past 5 years the applicant must have the ability to read, write, and communicate in English, and have the ability to understand the policies and regulations of FirstFleet, the Department of Transportation, and the various state and federal agencies which regulate the transportation industry
  • Must submit a completed application form addressing each area of the form
  • Must be physically able to perform the essential functions of the position they are applying for, with or without accommodation
NOTE: An accident is considered to be a DOT Recordable accident if any of the following conditions exist:
  • Fatality or bodily injury requiring medical treatment away from the scene
  • One or more vehicles are towed from the scene of the accident