Every successful trucking career begins by obtaining your commercial driver’s license. But when you go to apply for a truck driving job, many of them will require at least 3 months to one year of experience. This can make it seem impossible to get a position right out of school. But, don’t be discouraged! There are plenty of entry level trucking jobs to go for, you just need to look a little harder.
Many top trucking companies offer positions with company paid training, and others will hire a driver with no experience as long as they have graduated from an approved CDL training school.
Werner is hiring dedicated CDL A truck drivers near Phoenix now!
Werner is hiring CDL-A truck drivers near Phoenix, AZ. for dedicated routes with consistent and reliable home time options.
Recent CDL school graduates are encouraged to apply! Entry level positions are available.
Whether you’re a seasoned veteran with a knack for hauling refrigerated freight or just starting your career, we have truck driving jobs available to fit all levels of experience.
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During company paid training, drivers will spend 4-9 weeks in training and finish by driving as a team with their trainers/mentors. The trucking company needs to be confident in your skills as a solo or team driver before you go it alone.
CFI has paid training for student CDL truck drivers near St Louis.
CFI is hiring student truck drivers near St. Louis, MO. to learn dedicated, regional or over-the-road (OTR) truck driving. We’ll help you start the process, whether you have already earned your CDL-A or need assistance with training.
We offer an apprentice program for active military members and veterans who are eligible to use their U.S. GI Bill benefits to supplement their income up to $1,035 per month during their training and apprenticeship year.
It is the policy of CFI to provide equal employment and individual opportunity to all job applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, veteran status or any other status as protected by federal, state and local governments.
Most entry level trucking jobs available are for over the road or regional routes. Since most new drivers will learn the majority of their skills in these first few years, it is important to develop habits that will ensure a long-term career in trucking.
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