Class A Shuttle Drivers
Type of Job
Union - Full-Time
September 23, 2020, 4:00:00 AM
About the job
New to carhaul? This is the perfect gateway to carhauling. Better pay, less time away from home, invaluable professional driving experience.
Class A Shuttle Drivers shuttle vehicles from the manufacturer to the up fitter or to the railyard within a quarter mile of our terminal.
Union wages and benefits with no carhaul experience necessary!
$3.01 per unit moved and $12.04 per load.
For more information please call Driver Recruiting at 800-569-5201. New to carhaul?
Must be at least 20 years old
A minimum of two (2) years verifiable tractor/trailer driving experience
Applicant must possess a valid Class "A" Commercial Driver's License (CDL) with air brakes endorsement
Must list all licenses held in the last five years on the employment application.
Must possess the skills to drive a vehicle safely and to pass a commercial driver's road test.
Applicant must complete applications listing addresses, phone numbers for a previous three- year work history without date gaps including unemployed or self-employed references. If the driver was driving before the last three years, indicate the driving history for the last 10 years.
Must pass a DOT physical and drug screen in compliance with Federal Regulations. Driver must comply with the federally mandated random drug and alcohol testing regulations.
Must read and speak English sufficiently to converse with the general public
Must be familiar with Section 395 of the FMCSR (Hours of Service)
Must meet all requirements within Section 391 of the FMCSR. Section 391 includes but is not limited to:
Motor vehicle record
Background check with previous employer(s)
Certificatoin of Violation and Annual Review
Request for information from previous employer on alcohol and controlled substance testing
Physical Abilities and Work Environment:
Applicant must have the physical capability of working outside loading or unloading vehicles in all types of weather
Physical agility to include, but may not be limited to, walking, standing, sitting, bending, stooping, squatting, reaching, lifting up to 100 pounds, pushing, pulling, stretching, climbing and balancing
Visual acuity, including but may not be limited to, close up and distance, peripheral sight, ability to discern color