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AZ Driver- Cross Border – Sign on Bonus

Brian Kurtz Trucking Ltd.

This is a Full-time position in Toronto, ON posted October 4, 2018.

We are a family owned and operated business for over 37 years. Our pay package and equipment is second to none! Let us work for you!

We currently have three (3) Full Time openings for experienced Cross Border Long Haul Truck Drivers. Our average highway driver wage for 2017 was $90,000. Highway drivers wagesare from $75,000-$109,000.

AZ Truck Driver Full Time Pay and Benefits:

$2,000.00 SIGN ON BONUS

  • Fully Paid Company Benefit Package
  • Weekly Bonuses
  • Paid Orientation, Training and Driver Meetings
  • Paid Layovers
  • Paid waiting time
  • Monthly Cell Phone Allowance Paid by Company
  • Group RSP with company match
  • Performance Bonus and Idle Bonus Programspaid quarterly
  • Permanent Full Time work
  • Out of Country Insurance paid at day one
  • Wellness (Sick) Day Pay
  • Pet Friendly
  • Rider Friendly
  • Employee Recognition for Years of Service & Christmas party
  • Full service facilities on premises to include: truck wash, full shop, warehouse, scale, securing parking, on site vacuum
  • Weekly pay – direct deposit
  • Designated 2015 – 2016 well-appointed trucks with fridges, inverters, CB’s, Satelittes

We offer excellent home time and are willing to work with your schedule.

If you have an excellent attitude and the drive. We require:

Clean Criminal Record Check, FAST Card (or ability to obatin), CVOR and Personal abstracts.
You must be legally entitled to work in Canada and possess an AZ License.

Skills Required

  • Education level: Training
  • Work experience (years): 0-2 years

Package

Salary: 75000.00-109000.00$ per year


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