Class 1 Truck Driver - Highway

Driver Calgary, Alberta


Description

We are looking for professional and safety oriented Class 1 Truck Drivers in Calgary for Western Canada trips

Why work for Canada Cartage

COMPETITIVE PAY PACKAGE!!
Dedicated 24-Hour Dispatch Coverage
Modern, well maintained Fleet; professionally detailed, inside and out, on a regular basis
Company-matching pension plan
Competitive Mileage & Hourly Pay Rates
Stability; Full Time Hours and consistent year round work
Safety-oriented company with a safety program in place
Opportunities for career advancements through training and development; LCV, Flat Deck, Tankers, etc.
We can offer a variety of shifts and runs and options for dedicated runs
Company perks such as company phone, uniform/safety boot allowance and discount programs for gym memberships, auto services, cell phone plans, etc.
Work with a company named "Canada's Best Employer 2018" in Transportation & Logistics by Forbes

Responsibilities:

Follow Hours of Service regulations (E-Logs)
Handle freight documents/manifests
Promptly deliver customer freight and update dispatch on ETA’s
Unloading of various freight via pallet jack, 2-wheeler, or by hand
Complete all other duties as reasonably assigned

General Requirements:

Hold a valid Class 1 license with a minimum of 1-2 years of Class1 driving experience.
Clean 5 years Commercial driving abstract (no more than 3 demerits and 3 negative events).
Must be able to drive a manual transmission.
Must be willing to load/unload and be able to lift up to 50 pounds unassisted
Must be able to travel to Western Canada
Must be able to work flexible schedules; weekend and night shifts included.
Must be Bondable


If you meet the above qualification, please respond to this job posting and attach your current resume and/or Commercial Driver Abstract.

We would like to thank all those expressing an interest in this position; however only qualified candidates will be contacted.


Committed to employment equity, Canada Cartage encourages applications from Aboriginal people, members of visible minority groups and women



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