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Truck Driver

Oak Creek, Wisconsin - Posted on September 19, 2023
Published By Kerry Cunningham

Trillium Drivers is now currently are hiring CDL A delivery Drivers for 3rd shift to Aldi stores.

Schedule is Friday thru Monday starting at 10pm working 10-12 hr nights 55-60 hrs per week. Will be in a freightliner automatic truck and reefer trailer. 2 to 3 stops dock delivery. Will load and unload your truck with electric pallet jack. Bread is in carts and eggs on wheels. Pay rate is $35hr. with OT after 40 hrs, $2000-$2450 week. Wisconsin north of Milwaukee deliveries mainly and maybe northern Illinois, not Chicago. Contract to hire.

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-Valid CDL Class A Driver’s license.
-At least 1+ years of recent and verifiable CDL Class A driving experience.
-Clean MVR.
-Ability to pass pre-employment screenings.

Trillium Driver Solutions has been recruiting and hiring CDL and Non-CDL Drivers for over 30 years. Whether you are seeking casual work or a full time driving career, let the experts at Trillium put you behind the wheel. Our clients range from Fortune 100 companies to small businesses, but our philosophy remains the same: to achieve excellence by providing quality employees with an uncompromising level of service. We believe in honesty, integrity, and a simple philosophy of providing value to our customers and our employees. Trillium is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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