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CDLA Company Drivers - Burtonsville MD

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Spectrum Driver Recruiters
Seeking CDL-A Company Drivers out of the Burtonsville, MD area!
Do you love nature, plant life, the outdoors and beautiful blooming flowers? One of the largest wholesale nursery growers in the mid-Atlantic is currently seeking CDL-A Company Drivers out of the Burtonsville, MD area. This company produces and ships nearly 100-million plants every year. They only hire professional, skilled drivers who are dedicated to providing excellent customer service and putting the companys best foot forward. This position offers excellent wages and benefits. Your journey to becoming a part of the team starts here! Apply today.
Overview
Drivers deliver young and finished plants/live goods on rolling carts using a 53 reefer. Dedicated customers. Responsible for loading of rolling carts, although assistance will be given when possible. Carts are on wheels but can weigh up to 400 lbs. 95% of deliveries would be loading dock to loading dock but occasionally tailgate deliveries would be necessary. Full-time, year-round position. Schedule is Monday-Friday. Shift starts at 7 am. Weekends would be required during March, April, May and June. OT paid after 40 hours.
Compensation
$16.00-$18.00 per hour, to start
Annual reviews
Annual performance bonus
Direct deposit
Requirements
CDL-A
1 year tractor-trailer experience
Benefits
Medical
Dental
Vision
Life insurance
Short and long-term disability insurance
401-k
Paid vacations
Paid holidays
Cell phone allowance
Company t-shirts
For more information go to https://www.driverjoblist.com/jobs/view/local-cdl-a-truck-drivers-172/ or you may call Jessica at 855-795-1100 ext. 233.
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