• Class A CDL Driver

    Job Locations US-NY-Syracuse
    Posted Date 4 months ago(4/15/2019 3:49 PM)
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  • Overview

    Now offering up to a $7,000 Sign On BONUS!!!!*





    G&C Drivers haul and deliver to customers daily throughout 28 states in the Northeast and still growing! Our Drivers are responsible for meeting productivity, accuracy, and safety work standards. Drivers work hands on and use a variety of automated equipment working with dry, frozen or cooled products. Other duties may include loading and unloading of trucks, placing or moving products in storage, driving single or double trailers, or other duties as assigned.


    Our Drivers are over the road anywhere from 3 to 5 days per week, offering weekly home time!


    starting rates at $0.40/mile, $21.00/Stop, $25.00/overnight and many more ways to earn even more... Apply or call now for more details!


    *$1,000 Sign on bonus for new drivers, $1,000 addition for each year of experience, up to $7,000!!*Terms and conditions apply


    ~Drives truck to customer and unloads in a timely manner
    ~Displays professional attitude and appearance
    ~Operate equipment in a safe manner at all times
    ~Assist in unloading or routes at dock and ground stops
    ~Maintains cleanliness of all equipment assigned
    ~Re-Fuel assigned equipment at end of shift


    GC trailers


    ~ Commercial Drivers License-Class A
    ~ Current DOT Medical Card
    ~ Ability to operate Garmin onboard computer
    ~ Ability to properly conduct pre-trip and post-trip inspections
    ~ Ability to accurately complete required paperwork upon delivery to customer
    ~ Knowledge and compliance with all DOT laws
    ~ Ability to work long hours, including, nights, weekends and overnights
    ~ Ability to report to work at all times, and sometimes on short notice
    ~ Ability to lift up to 100 pounds

    ~ Must be able to pass pre-employment, DOT physical, drug screen, and physical abilities test


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