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Be Paid To Relocate To SW Chicago Area & Make $1175 Or More Weekly

BE HOME ONE THE WEEKENDS AND PROBABLY TWICE DURING THE WEEK FOR YOUR 10 HOUR BREAKS

--The average on this account is $1175 per week

--Ask about the $4000 bonus

--This is 99% no touch becuase of the use of lumpers

--Don't worrry about sitting. You are paid $40 for every live unload. If you are still at the receiver after 2 hours, you will get paid $30 per hour broken up in 15 minute segments (for example, if you are at a receiver for 2 hours and 45 minutes, you will be paid $62.50)

--You will average 4-6 loades per week

--Drivers run grocery items in reefers to distribution centers and wholesalers

--You will receive full health benefits, weeks of paid vacation, and a matching 401(k).

--Drivers MUST have at least 3 months of verifiable Class A tractor trailer experience in the past 6 months WITH a school within the last year, OR 6 months of experience within the past year, OR 12 months of driving in the last 5 years to be eligible

RELOCATION PACKAGE DETAILS

o We have a direct bill arrangement with Uhaul to help cover expenses for a moving truck (up to 20') plus boxes and moving supplies up to $1500


o Once the driver has completed orientation he will receive $500 for in-transit expenses during the move (fuel, tolls, food and potential lodgings). The driver must save and turn in all receipts for these in-transit expenses


o A $1000 advance for initial housing set up costs once the dvr has entered into a residency contract and provided the contract to his manager. The driver must keep and turn in all receipts for the housing set up costs.



o $500 relocation bonus paid 180 days after initial hire date as long as the driver is working at his original work reporting location as referenced in the relocation contract.


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