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CDL A Truck Driver – Great Lakes Region

Spader Freight Services

CUSTOMIZED WORK WEEK.  DRIVING FOR US, YOU ARE ABLE TO GET HOME ANYTIME YOU NEED SINCE YOU WILL ALWAYS OPERATE CLOSE TO HOME 
     
YOUR WEEKENDS ARE YOURS, BUT VOLUNTARY WEEKEND WORK IS PAID AT DOUBLE YOUR STANDARD RATE 

    
What We Offer:

  • $72,000 Annual Average, Top Earners up to $94,000/Year
  • $1,100 Guaranteed Pay Per Week (Weekend Miles Pay Double)
  • Home Every Weekend! 
  • Your weekends off are a full 2 days, not just a 34 hour reset
  • NO CAP ON PAY – Drive More, Make More
  • Starting pay increases with your verified prior experience
  • No Touch Freight in 53' Dry Vans
  • Sign on Bonus – Paid in your first 2 Weeks! 
  • Breakdown and Detention Pay
  • Quarterly Regional Bonus=4 Extra Average Paychecks
  • We offer a weekly pay guarantee in the event that their is a freight cancellation

Perks and Benefits:

  • Health, Dental, Vision
  • 401K With Company Match
  • Paid Vacation, Holidays, and PTO
  • Weekly Direct Deposit Pay
  • Paid Orientation Including Hotels and Meals
  • Assigned Automatic Tractors that you can park at or near your home
  • Well maintained late model equipment by our in house maintenance team

APPLY TODAY! 
 

  • CLASS A CDL
  • 1 Year Experience Preferred
  • 24 Years or Older

In addition to the job benefits mentioned above, there are several other general advantages to truck driving jobs in Lakeview. Ohio is as close as any state gets to being the ideal state to operate as a truck driver. Most exported products are big and need big rigs to carry them to their destinations. Located on the Great Lakes in the east-central US, along with its 10 deep water ports, make Michigan a trucker-friendly state.


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At Spader Freight, we respect our associates who are on the job day in and day out. We appreciate their work with clients, warehouses, loading docks, and delivery personnel. They know our customers products and markets better than anyone. And we respect their impact on our business. So it’s important to us that working together feels like the career choice they were always meant to make.
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