City Driver Full-Time Combined Dock/P And D
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401K / Retirement plan, Health Insurance
ABF Freight is looking for self-motivated, hardworking and energetic City Drivers. Our City Drivers play a vital role in maintaining strong customer relationships. ABF Freight drivers use up-to-date technology to do their jobs effectively and efficiently. We recognize the importance of our drivers and that's why our turnover rate is so low.
More Benefits Include:
• Make more money! Wages are Teamster Union Scale which are greater than most other carriers! City Drivers also receive overtime pay after 8 hours/day.
• Be Home more often! Home time for ABF Freight drivers far exceeds that of other drivers within the truckload industry.
• Vast majority of ABF Freight local driving jobs are Monday through Friday.
• All drivers receive health and welfare benefits with no employee paid premiums.
• Each employee receives 5 days of sick leave each January 1st. With the amount of personal days, sick leave, and paid holidays, an employee may qualify for up to 3 weeks of paid days off without using vacation.
• Life insurance is provided through the multi-employer sponsored health and welfare fund.
• Employees are given the opportunity to contribute to a company sponsored 401(k).
• ABF Freight employees are covered by a pension plan at no expense to the employee.
• Drivers participate in a profit sharing program with option to purchase company stock through a stock purchase plan.
• Our drivers should be at least 21 years old.
• We are looking for applicants with a minimum of 1 year tractor/trailer experience. If you have less than 1 year experience, you may be eligible for training.
• A Class A CDL with doubles/triples, tanker and HAZMAT endorsements are required.
• We are looking for drivers with a stable work record and strong work ethic to add to our exceptional team.
• Safe driving records (MVR as well as previous employers) are required for our employees.
• All drivers must pass a DOT pre-employment drug screen and meet DOT medical requirements.
• Pickup and delivery of cargo to and from various destinations usually within proximity of the consolidation/distribution center
• Loading and unloading of trailers utilizing the same techniques, technology and procedures as a dock worker
• Actual duties and schedule may vary depending on terminal location