Schneider is one of North America's largest providers of truckload, intermodal and logistics services.
Founded in 1935 when Al Schneider sold the family car to buy his first truck, Schneider is headquartered in Green Bay, Wis., and conducts business throughout North America and China.
Don Schneider, Al's oldest son, succeeded Al as president on February 9, 1976 and served in that role for 27 years. In 2002, Christopher Lofgren was named the company's third president and CEO.
Schneider offers the broadest portfolio of services in the industry, including truckload, intermodal, and logistics
All convictions are evaluated on a case by case basis.
No drug or alcohol offenses within 5 years, 1 in the last 7 years, 2 in a lifetime.
Schneider hires from all 48 contiguous states
Automatically enrolled for first 90 days.
Drivers are eligible for health care benefits 60 days from date of hire for experienced drivers and 1st of the month 90 days after hire for new CDL holders.
Schneider offers both layover and detention pay.
After five years of service with Schneider, driver associates are admitted into the Advantage Club. This club recognizes you for your hard work and loyalty.
As a club member, you'll have the opportunity to attend a variety of sporting events, such as NFL games or NASCAR races, dinners and many other unique opportunities all paid by Schneider to include travel, hotel and food. In 2013, a selected group of club members took a ride in a blimp and toured Goodyear's production plant in Akron.
Matching contributions up to 6%. 1%-4% Schneider matches $.50 per dollar, 5%-6% Schneider matches dollar for dollar.
Schneider will continue to pay active duty military members who are involuntarily activated or deployed for up to 18 months, minus military pay.
Schneider drivers and associates enjoy year-round discounts and special offers from hundreds of national and local companies. The program includes everything from cellphones and vehicles to restaurants and movie tickets.
Other Schneider benefits include financial planning and debt management service, access to family legal and CDL protector plans, adoption assistance and discounts on home, auto and personal accident insurance.
Schneider operates all 48 contiguous states
Schneider has the following home time options available:
Over 75% of Schneider drivers get home weekly. Intermodal drivers can sometimes get home daily.
Eligible passengers include friends over the age of 18, and family members over the age of 10.
6 months of safe driving is required prior to taking passengers. Required insurance is available through Schneider, and only 1 passenger is allowed at a time
Recent driving school graduates will be eligible for tuition reimbursement up to $6,000, at the rate of $150 per month (nontaxable), after 30 days of employment with Schneider
If you drove a truck at some point during your time in the military and were discharged in the last 12 months, or are actively serving in the Guard or Reserves*, 100% of your time served will be used as Schneider driving experience credit towards pay and benefits.
If you served in the military in a non-transportation capacity and were discharged in the last 12 months or are actively serving in the Guard or Reserves, 25% of your time served will be used as Schneider driving experience credit towards pay and benefits.
Eaton 10-speed transmission; many with automated options.
The training at Schneider will last approximately 0 weeks.
You will average approximately $0 per week during your training.
You are dispatched as a team during training with Schneider
At Schneider you will run solo after training.
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