Truck Driver - CDL A

Job Description:
Memphis, TN CDL-A Delivery Driver Responsible for the accurate and timely distribution of food staples, food specialty products and restaurant supplies to various customer locations.
$55,000 - $65,000 average 1st year income! (depending on location) $7,500 SIGN-ON BONUS for drivers with food service delivery experience.
$5,000 SIGN-ON BONUS for drivers with 50,000 and 2 years (no food service delivery experience) All routes dispatch from Memphis, TN and return to the same location 80% Local Routes with Driver Helper (Home Daily) 20% Local Team Routes (Home Daily) Driver/Driver 20 hour max (16 hours average) $52,000 1st-Yr.
Guarantee $7,500 Sign-On Bonus $2,000 Bi-Weekly - average income is above the minimum guarantee.
Why Join McLANE sign-on bonus Short-Haul and Same-Day Routes Solo and Team Runs Home Weekly Generous Benefits Industry leading 401(k) with company match company paid life insurance HEALTH, DENTAL, VISION AND LIFE INSURANCE BEGIN YOUR 1ST DAY OF Employment.
IF YOU'RE INTERESTED BUT NOT READY TO APPLY, Fill out this pre-qualifying short form to have a recruiter contact you.
Personal Information Are you at least 21 years of age? -- At least 21? -- Yes No First & Last Name Email Phone Zip Code Qualifying Information Do you have a valid CDL? -- Valid CDL? -- CDL-A CDL-B Years of Experience -- Select Experience -- 6 months - 1 year 1-2 years 3-5 years 6-10 years 10+ years Total Number of Accidents (Last 3 Years) Total Number of Moving Violations (Last 3 Years) Have you ever had a DUI? If so, how many: Requirements & Qualifications Must be 21 years of age Valid Commercial Class A Drivers License 2 years or 50,000 miles verifiable tractor trailer driving experience High School Diploma Accident free for past 3 years Ability to lift maximum of 100 lb.
with frequent lifting/carrying of up to 50 lb.
Must meet DOT physical and medical requirements McLane requires pre-employment drug tests including a hair follicle test and background check

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