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Class A CDL Driver
Altom Transport, Inc • Evansville, IN
Posted 11 days ago
Experience - 2 to greater than 15 years
Degree - High School
Vision & Dental Insurance, 401K Plan, Toll & Scale pass
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Transportation, Professional Services
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Altom has faithfully served a growing roster of Fortune 500 transportation companies and Single-load customers alike. We're a 3rd-generation family owned and operated company with a vested interest in the success of our clients and their partners. We are a highly competitive tanker hauling business.
CDL Driver Responsibilities:
- Loading, unloading, or assisting in loading and unloading truck
- Safe and responsible operation of assigned equipment
- Ensuring compliance with applicable federal and/ or state laws, regulations and/or agency rules, standards and guidelines.
- Report vehicle defects, accidents, traffic violations, or damage before and after route
- Primary interface with the customer at point of delivery
- CDL driver must have clean MVR & Criminal Back ground
- At least 23 years of age
- Class A CDL w/Hazmat & Tanker Endorsements
- 1 year tanker experience
- 2 year truck driving experience
- Must be able to drive manual transmission CMV
- TWIC Card (Must apply for before starting if do not already have)
- Must pass drug screen, DOT physical and a road test
- Full Health Insurance Benefits w/prescription card after 60 days
- Disability & Life Insurance Programs
- Vision & Dental Insurance
- 401K Plan
- All Late Model Equipment
- High school or equivalent
- Tanker: 1 year
- CMV Driving: 2 years
Required Licenses or Certifications:
- Class A CDL
- Hazmat Endorsement
- Tanker Endorsement
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