CLASS A - REGIONAL WORK - DRY BULK- SIGN ON BONUS - WEEKLY HOME TIME
Schwend, Inc is looking for dependable drivers to join our team.
We have been in the transportation business for 43 years hauling many types of agricultural products from state to state. We have built a strong customer base in the South East.
We are looking for drivers to pull Pneumatic Tanks! NO Tanker Endorsment required.
We will train you if you are not familiar with this trailer types - training is paid
Drivers are typically out Monday - Friday and home MOST weekends.
Weekly Pay -
Pneumatic Drivers - $900-$1,400 gross weekly average
Drivers are paid for their deadhead miles, they also receive blow off pay.
NO Passengers or Pets allowed
• Health insurance (medical, dental, vision,life, disability)
• Yearly Safty and Fuel Bonuses
• Uniforms Provided– not cost to driver
• Paid Vacation
• Nightly Per Diem
• Additional weekend Per Diem
• Simple IRA retirement plan - company match up to 3%
• Holiday Pay (six days per year)
• Sick Pay (1/2 day per month)
• Driver Sign on Bonus
• Driver referral program
• Paid every week
• Paid a gross % of load
• Dedicated customers
• Stay in Southeast Region (FL, GA, AL, MS, LA, TX, AR, MO, IL, IN, OH, PA, WV, VA, NC, SC, TN, KY)
We have both new and late model power units and trailers that are unsurpassed by any other company in quality and dependability. Our service is provided through a dedicated logistics department and dependable, safe drivers that we are proud to call members of the Schwend, Inc., family. If you are looking for a company that you can have longevity with then we would like to be that company! If you have any questions please give me a call or shot me an email!
Driver Requirements – Company Drivers
Two years tractor trailer experience minimum
You must have a CLASS A CDL
No more than 2 moving violations in the last 3 years
No major violations within the past 3 years
No record of refusal to take or failure of a drug test EVER
NO DUI, DWI, careless or reckless driving within the last 10 years
NO license suspension for more than 30 days in the last 3 years
Drivers must be proficient enough in English to understand HWY traffic signs, signals, respond to official inquiries, make entries on reports and records, and converse with the public