CDL-A Regional Company Truck Drivers - Immediate Openings!

Regional Truck Driving Opportunities
Western Regional Fleet
CDL-A Truck Driver Opportunities With JBS Carriers
Western Regional Fleet
JBS Carriers, the transportation arm of JBS USA, is an Over the Road and Regional truckload carrier handling both refrigerated and non-refrigerated freight. JBS Carriers has a fleet of more than 600 trucks and employs over 800 people. We have immediate openings for Company Drivers for our Western Regional fleet.
Regional Truck Driver Benefits:
Top 50% of Drivers Average Over $60,000 in Earnings per Year
Earn up to $.42 per Mile
Medical, Prescription, Dental and Vision Coverage After 60 Days (Employee Only - $90/Month)
Weekly Hometime Available
$1,000 Sign-on Bonus (Paid Out Over 6 Months)
Retention Bonuses Paid EVERY WEEK You Stay with the Company (Increases with Tenure)
$2,000 Referral Bonus per New Driver Referred
Increased Safety Bonus for 2017
New Total Miles Bonus for 2017
MPG Bonus, Paid Monthly
Detention Pay Increased for 2017
Layover Pay Increased for 2017
Additional Stop/Pickup Pay
Driver Unload Pay
Paychecks Issued Every Friday
Rider Program
10 Paid Vacation Days After 1 Year
Company Paid Life Insurance
401(k) with Company Match
Newly Renovated Driver?s Lounge ? Including Shower and Laundry Facilities, Kitchen, New Furniture and Flat Screen TV?s!
Class A CDL With 1 Year Tractor Trailer Experience
Night Driving is Required
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JBS Carriers is the driving force behind JBS USA, which is the world?s largest animal protein company. When you drive for JBS, you?ll be helping to feed America!
JBS Carriers is a refrigerated and live haul trucking company that operates in the Midwest, Western and some Southeastern & Northeastern parts of the U.S. Headquartered in Greeley, CO, JBS Carriers is the driving force behind JBS USA, the world?s largest animal protein company. JBS Carriers offers Regional, Dedicated, Specialized and Local runs across its hiring area hauling refrigerated and non-refrigerated freight.

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