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Experienced CDL-A Truck Driver - Great Home Time + Earn Up to $80k+/Yr

Company: J&M Tank Lines - Central Alabama
Location: Wadley
Posted on: September 14, 2023

Job Description:

J&M Tank Lines is now hiring CDL-A Company Drivers - Alabama
Drivers Average $67,000 per Year - Regional Runs - Primarily in Southeastern Region - No Tanker Endorsement Required


  • Guaranteed pay
  • Drivers average $67,000 per year; $80,000 + for top earners/runners--
  • Out & back freight
  • Regional runs - Home weekly
  • Some Weekend work is possible depending on our customers' needs
    Start driving with J&M Tank Lines today! Apply Now!


    • Great balance of home time, pay, and benefits
    • Paid vacations and holidays
    • 401(k), with a company percentage match
    • Performance and referral bonuses
    • Medical, vision, and dental insurance, starting as low as $15.00/week
    • Weekly pay and many other great benefits
    • Feel like part of a team; Low driver-dispatch ratio
    • 24-hour dispatch
    • Late model equipment
    • No tanker endorsement required
    • Paid tanker training - Orientation
    • Hauling bulk primarily in the southeastern region
    • Clean inspection bonus pay
      We offer excellent opportunities for Class A Dry Bulk drivers seeking to strive and flourish in the transportation industry, focusing on their professional as well as personal development. No tanker endorsement is required.


      • Valid Class-A CDL (no endorsements required)
      • Minimum 18 months of verifiable tractor-trailer experience
        Start working with J&M Tank Lines today! Apply Now!

Keywords: J&M Tank Lines - Central Alabama, Auburn , Experienced CDL-A Truck Driver - Great Home Time + Earn Up to $80k+/Yr, Professions , Wadley, Alabama

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