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JBS Carriers

GREELEY, CO – DEDICATED CONTAINER HAULS
NOW IT’S OUR JOB TO MAKE SURE WE DESERVE YOU.

That means industry-high, competitive pay. Health benefits and retirement plans are just the beginning. Through our Better Futures program, we’ll also send you or a dependent to school. We have reliable routes with hometime you can actually enjoy. At JBS, we believe you deserve the best, and that’s exactly what we offer.

JOB DESCRIPTION

Driver Pay Rates

Years of Driving Experience Cents Per Mile
Trainee $0.55
1 Year $0.58
2 Years $0.59
3 Years $0.60
4 Year $0.61
5 Years $0.62
6 Years $0.63
  • Annually drivers average $75,000 with our top drivers earning $115,000+
  • Full Accessorial Pay
  • Orientation
  • Training Pay: $14/hr or up to $196 daily

Benefits and Bonuses

  • $1,000 SIGN ON BONUS!!
  • *$250 at 30 days, $250 at 90 days, $500 at 6 months
  • New Pet Policy!
  • Health Benefits: vision, medical, and dental coverage. Benefit eligibility begins after 60 days of employment
  • Paid: sick leave and six company observed holidays
  • 401(k) match of up to 50% on the first 4% of contributions. Company match begins at one year of service and follows a five year vesting schedule.
  • Rider Policy: available after 3 months
  • Simplified Orientation: Starts online and concludes at your local terminal
  • Bonuses:
  • Monthly safety bonuses
  • Retention bonuses paid out weekly starting year three
  • Up to a $3,100 bonus per driver referral:
    • $50 every week of your referred driver’s first year
    • $500 bonus when your referred driver hits 3-months

Work and Route

  • Dedicated Runs: hauling 40′ containers between Greeley beef plant and Oakland Port
  • Average Miles: 2,400 per week
  • Typical Schedule: pick up in Greeley Fri/Sat/Sun, deliver to Oakland Port Sun/Mon/Tue, reload Mon/Tue/Wed, and deliver to Greeley Wed/Thu/Fri
  • Home Time: this new route provides home Time every other week now, but will have weekly home Time once the fleet is established
  • No-Touch Freight: paid lumpers
  • Equipment: late-model Kenworth T-680s with automatic transmissions and APUs
  • Hiring Area: within 75 miles of Greeley, CO, or Oakland, CA

Call For More Information: 888-878-0043

Requirements

  • Must be at least 21 years old
  • Valid Class-A CDL with 1 year of 53′ tractor trailer experience.
  • Mentor programs are available for drivers with less than a year of experience
JBS and Pilgrim’s offers a full benefits package that includes competitive medical, vision, and dental health plans and retirement programs. Inquiries related to our benefits, including eligibility, can be directed to our corporate recruiting team.
The Company has a good-faith expectation that this position will be filled within a base CPM range between $0.36 to $0.43 CPM, while also understanding that salary is commensurate with the most qualified candidate’s skills and experience.
This position may also be eligible for a discretionary bonus, subject to the terms and conditions of that program. The Company is dedicated to ensuring a safe and secure environment for our team members and visitors. To assist in achieving that goal, we conduct a drug, alcohol, and background checks for all new team members post-offer and prior to the start of their employment.
The Immigration Reform and Control Act requires that verification of employment eligibility be documented for all new employees by the end of the third day of work.

JBS Carriers is an Equal Opportunity Employer | EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled


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