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Solo, Home Daily, Local Run, $23/HR with OT after 40

Company: CRST International, Inc.
Location: Moses Lake
Posted on: January 15, 2022

Job Description:

Description: CRST The Transportation Solution Inc. is one of the nation's largest transportation companies, providing total transportation solutions and comprehensive logistics services to customers all over North America. We are looking for a Doubles Endorsed Experienced CDL A Driver to drive locally in the Moses Lake, WA area

  • Solo
  • Local Run
  • Home Daily
  • $23/HR with OT after 40
  • Doubles Endorsement required
  • Hauling Vans and Curtain Vans and Flatbed
  • Manual Transmission trucks
  • Some Driver assist with Pallet Jack- Will provide training
  • Day and Sleeper Cabs
  • Newer trucks
  • Great Benefits, including Medical, Vision and DentalCall today, Limited positions available - Requirements: 21 years or older, CDL A, 3 Months Experienced Required, Doubles Endorsement. Qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records will be considered for employment pursuant to applicable federal, state, and local laws. #CB Hiring Radius Map: Benefits: CRST The Transportation Solution Inc. offers all or drivers the following benefits: Medical Bridge (First 60 days of Employment) Major Medical (Starts after 60days of Employment) Dental (Starts after 60days of Employment) Vision (Starts after 60days of Employment) Life Insurance and 401K (Starts after 60days of Employment) **All employees must enroll in benefits within 60 days of hire **All benefits provide Nationwide coverage Team: Home Time: Daily Experience Level: 3-6 months

Keywords: CRST International, Inc., Yakima , Solo, Home Daily, Local Run, $23/HR with OT after 40, Human Resources , Moses Lake, Washington

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