Dry Van Team Truck Driver Class A CDL and OTR Route

This is a TEAM truck driver position driving OTR routes in the eleven Western States. Andrus Transportation is seeking an experienced truck driver with a minimum of 1 year verifiable OTR experience. You must have a Valid CDL-A! Currently, Andrus Transportation is NOT hiring student drivers. Benefits

  • Home on a Regular Basis

  • Our drivers are out 7-10 Days and Home 1.5 Days on average

  • We Offer Medical, Life, Disability and Dental Insurance within 90 days of employment

  • 401K Plan

  • New PAY PACKAGE featuring credit for previous experience and previous LONGEVITY with former carriers

  • Six PAID HOLIDAYS a year

  • LONGEVITY BONUS - Solo drivers receive a QUARTERLY BONUS paid at .01 per mile driven that quarter after being employed one year.

  • Team drivers also receive the Longevity bonus at .005 per mile driven per QUARTER after being employed for one year

  • A Rider Policy Is Available after 3 Months with signed permission from Andrus

  • Personal Fleet Manager

  • Paid Vacation

  • Mileage Bonus

  • Idle Bonus

  • Fuel Efficiency Bonus

  • Detention Pay

  • Drop Pay and Layover Pay

  • National Level Pay for Regional Work

  • We Use Qualcomm & Transflow Systems

  • Weekly Pay, Available on Your Comdata Card

  • Electronic logs and Pre pass transponders on all tractors.


Job requirements

  • Valid Class A CDL with HAZMAT Endorsement

  • 23 Years of Age or Older

  • No DUI, DWI, or Reckless Driving Charges Within the Last 5 Years

  • One Year Verifiable Over-the-Road Experience

  • You ARE required to have HAZMAT. If you do not have HAZMAT, you are required to start the process within 30 days of your hire date, and have the process completed with endorsement on license within 60 days of hire date.


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