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Local Mine Driver CDL

Company Name:
Links Logistics
STEADY, YEAR-ROUND HAUL, George's Shop and Rock hauls hauling rock in bottom dump, drop axle trailers for processing in hundreds of everyday products. Business is year round and steady. If you want to be part of a strong company with a local haul, read on.
George's Shop and Rock is now adding 4 Class A Drivers based in Vale, Oregon for 11-12 hour night shifts. The schedule can't be beat: 4 days on, 4 days off. Teamwork, patience, and flexibility will make you the right candidate for these route hauls driving for a fleet that is PM'd 100% every week. The first step is to fill out an application at our terminal or online at www.linkslogistics.com
REQUIREMENTS:
Class A CDL
Clean driving record
Consistent work history with 100,000 plus miles tractor trailer
Off-road, mining, or drop axle experience a plus
WHY GEORGE'S?
Drivers are paid $14 per hour starting for local work - generally hauling from mine to processing plant - so it's a circular route multiple times per night. Drivers can earn a .50 raise after a probationary period. Along with our mine and processing plant partnerships that get you home daily and haul throughout the year, George's Shop and Rock offers Blue Cross Blue Shield Medical, Dental, Vision insurance, Paid Time Off, and 401K.
Fill out an online at www.linkslogistics.com or stop by the Terminal at 650 Hope Street in Vale. The Federal Motor Carriers Safety Admin requires Drivers to fill out the application completely (employers' addresses, full work history back 10 full years, estimated mileage, accidents, traffic convictions, etc.)
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This is a chance to get off the road and sleep in your own bed more often. If you want to be part of a strong company with a local community presence, apply today www.linkslogistics.com

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