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CDL-A Delivery Driver - $5,000 Sign On Bonus!

Professional CDL-A Delivery Driver
McLane Burlington has unique opportunities for Driver Trainees!
If you've got your CDL-A but lack the experience, we have a program for you.

About the Job:

?$2,500 Sign-On Bonus / $5,000 Sign-On Bonus (experienced driver)
?$45,000 average 1st year income for driver trainees
?$75-80,000 average 1st year income for experienced drivers

McLane Drivers do much more than drive. Although that's important, and a big part of the job,
being the face of our company to our customer is your primary role. Safely delivering and unloading
products that help move their business is your first priority. You'll develop strong relationships with our
customers that create value and trust.
Like to stay busy? The variety of tasks and physical acitivty ensure you'll never be bored.
Want to get paid? McLane Drivers enjoy some of the best pay and benefits in the industry.
Work safe, home safe is one of our mottos at McLane Company. Your safety and ability
to do your job and get home to your family in the same (or better) shape than you left them is why
all prospective teammates go through a physical assessment and hair follicle drug test before hire.
We're committed to hiring, training and promiting the best in the industry.
Our driver teammates have guts, grit and a go-getter attitude
and we're looking for more of it. Bring yours and roll with us.

Apply Now @ JoinMclane.com/Burlington
Minimum Qualifications
Valid Commercial Class A Drivers License
1 year or 50,000 miles of verifiable tractor trailer driving experience
McLane requires pre-employment drug tests including a hair follicle test and background check
EOE/AA/M/F/Vet/Disabled

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