CDL A Midwest Dedicated Regional Truck Driver: Home Weekly + New Grads Welcome

Dry Van
Monee, Illinois
March 21, 2023
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Job Description

CDL Class A Truck Driver Needed for Midwest Regional Dedicated Run!

Paper Transport is growing! We have Midwest regional CDL-A truck driver opportunities for dedicated freight in your area. Our CDL-A truck driving jobs offer outstanding advantages and benefits for how you like to drive. What drives you? Let us help you find it!

Take a look at PTI’s advantages for CDL-A dedicated truck drivers and apply today!

  • Schedule: 5.5-Day workweek (choose your start day)
  • Home Time: Home every week 34-hours
  • Mileage Rate: 60 CPM
  • Min. Pay Weekly Guarantee: $1,150
  • Average Weekly Pay: $1,442
  • Average Yearly Earnings: $75,000+
  • Type: Dedicated; 100% No-Touch Freight; 90% non-brokered freight; good mixture of unloads and 30-40% drop/hook
  • Operating Area: Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, and Wisconsin

Additional Advantages:

  • Experienced Driver Orientation: 1.5-Day Orientation + $500 First-Load Bonus
  • New CDL Grad Orientation: 1-Week Paid Orientation + 2-Weeks Paid On-the-Job Training
  • $20 Paid Stop-Off (Average 2-3 stop loads per week)
  • $20/Hour Paid Detention (after only 1 hour)
  • Paid Vacation + Paid Holidays
  • Medical, Vision, Dental, Short/Long-Term Disability, Company Paid Life Insurance and 401K with employer match
  • No-Fee Pet Policy (no fee and up to 2 pets at a time)
  • No-Fee Passenger Policy (no fee!)
  • Referral, Safety, Quarterly, and Monthly Bonus Opportunities

Requirements:

  • Have a Current Class A CDL
  • New CDL-A Grads Welcome
  • No DUI/DWI or other alcohol-related convictions in the last 5 years