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CDL Class A - Yard Driver AM Shift

Company: DHL Supply Chain
Location: Charlotte
Posted on: January 27, 2023

Job Description:



DHL IS NOW HIRINGClass A Yard DriverCharlotte, NC Estimated 1st Year Earnings: $ 50,000+Home Every DayNo Touch Freight Family Medical Coverage as Low as $31 Per Week! JOB DESCRIPTION:

  • As a world-class company we are looking for CDL A Driver based at our facility in Charlotte, NC
  • Dedicated Day-Time hours, 6:30AM - 3:00PM
  • Monday - Friday every other Saturday
  • No touch freight
  • Well maintained equipment
  • Paid orientation & training
  • DHL pays weekly PAY DESCRIPTION:
    • $22.00 Per Hour GREAT REWARDS:Comprehensive and affordable benefits package includes: Medical, Dental, Vision, available after 30 days of employment! DHL also offers: Life Insurance, Disability, Vacation, Paid Holidays, 401K, Tuition Reimbursement, First Class Company Equipment and Work Life Program! REQUIREMENTS:
      • Minimum of 6-months verifiable tractor/trailer driving experience.
      • Valid CDL Class - A operator's license.
      • Be a minimum 21 years of age
      • Safe driving record DHL Supply Chain is a leader in the fast-growing supply chain management and third-party logistics industry. We're a world-class company, and we're looking for world-class people. Our Drivers keep our company moving and on the right track. If you're an active contributor with a can-do attitude, who's passionate about doing things the right way the first time, join us and become an essential part of everyday life. DHL SUPPLY CHAINExcellence. Simply deliveredhttps://drivefordhlsupplychain.com/

Keywords: DHL Supply Chain, Charlotte , CDL Class A - Yard Driver AM Shift, Professions , Charlotte, North Carolina

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