Part Time Local (Combination) CDL-A Truck Driver

Company Name:
Averitt Express
Position Type:
Part-Time Local (Combination) Truck Driver (CDL-A)
A Local (Combination) driver's responsibilities vary depending on the current need at our Service Centers. You may be asked to shuttle freight to other Averitt facilities or deliver freight locally. Drivers could also occassionally work on the dock and assist with loading our customer's valuable freight.
These part-time trucking positions are highly sought after, as they provide drivers with outstanding daily home time, great pay, and a flexible work week with both variety and predictability.
Days & hours are standard work week, unless noted in full job description (click Apply Online to view).
Truck Driver Benefits:
Competitive industry wages
Profit Sharing and 401k plans
Uniform Program
Credit Union
LifeWorks program
Career advancement opportunities - we promote from within!
Referral Rewards Program
Weekly direct deposit
Associate discounts (on vehicles, computers, cell phone service, etc.)
A professional atmosphere with quality people since 1971!
Averitt Requirements:
Must be 23 years of age
1 year of verifiable tractor-trailer truck driver experience within past 2 years
Must have Class-A Commercial Drivers License (CDL-A) with Hazmat endorsement
Clean driving record
Must meet all qualifications outlined in our truck driver application
Equal Opportunity Employer - Females, minorities, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Company Description:
Working at Averitt isn't about punching the clock. It's about working with people who trust you, serving people who depend on you, and getting home to people who love you. It's about investing in something big - for you, your family, and Averitt. That's been our attitude since we started in 1971, and it's why our culture feels truly different than anywhere else in the industry. You can ask any one of our many associates in 21 states all about it. Because at the end of the day, we know our driving force is people.

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