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Trucking Jobs

The best truck driver jobs for Owner Operators & Truckers

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Contractors / Owner Operators

RDI is currently seeking Independent Contractors Driver / Owner Operator to join our team. This unique business opportunity is ideal for someone that has experience in the home delivery and moving industry and someone that has the desire to own and operate their own truck. As an Independent Contractors/Driver for RDI you will run a two person crew providing high quality home deliveries and showing extraordinary care, respect, and courtesy to our customers. Hiring for the following areas: Southampton, PA; Taunton, MA; Bessemer, AL; Salem, NH. See more here!

Please contact Christine Sullivan at 1-508-205-0530 [email protected].

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Drive Lumber or Log Trucks in California!

Through our partnership with The Home Depot, Mendocino Forest Products brings beautiful redwood and Douglas-fir lumber products to customers throughout the West Coast. Our redwood companies consist of approximately 440,000 acres of timberlands in the state of California and our Commercial Truck Driving jobs will include driving big-rig vehicles to & from forest lands, to & from Sawmills, distribution centers in and around metropolitan areas, and or hauling logs, heavy equipment and construction materials. 1-707-485-6731

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Semi-Trailer Big Box

LOCAL CDL DRIVERS NEEDED - HOME EVERY NIGHT - Pickup & Delivery of Trucks - Trailers - Containers

  • Experienced & dependable CDL A Truck Drivers Needed in Dallas/Fort Worth
  • Must have valid CDL class A & clean MVR
  • 21yrs of age or older
  • Pre-employment drug test & background check
  • Container and/or trailer delivery experience preferred
  • Competitive pay, with safety & attendance bonus opportunities!
  • Benefits include; health insurance, paid holidays, personal time off, and more!
  • Contact: Chrissy Reed 1-678-992-4584

How to Find a Trucking Job

While most industries are laying people off and dramatically downsizing, there's one industry that's always looking for people: the trucking industry. If you're looking for a career that's almost guaranteed to give you consistent, ongoing employment, you can't go wrong with trucking. Finding a trucking job isn't difficult, but you have to be adequately prepared. You can't just walk in off the street and get hired. With that being said, you can realistically become an actual trucker in as little as six months. The trick is knowing how to go about it, and specific steps for doing so are outlined below.