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Wil-Trans is offering paid cdl training for those hoping to get their CDL. We're always hiring new cdl school graduates and experienced drivers for team, solo, or lease operation.
Wil-Trans gives potential drivers excellent opportunities for success, with a heavy focus on behind-the-wheel training. Their on-the-road training period is longer than most other programs, and you can expect to be adequately prepared to go solo.
They also offer above-average training and starting pay, as well as a very liberal pet policy. The three divisions also offer new drivers a range of choices for what part of the country they'd rather run, East/Midwest or West.
Our trucks are 2016-2018 Peterbilt 579 and Freightliner Cascadia Evolution and all trucks include:
Receive real world experience over the road and earn your CDL with us! Our comprehensive program is designed for your success.
We help you obtain your CDL permit at one of our terminals. After some practice on our yard we send you out for 2-3 weeks with a CDL instructor to prepare you for your DOT exam.
Once you've passed your CDL exam you are officially an employee of Jim Palmer Trucking! We send you out with a coach for 30,000 miles of training over the road.
Jim Palmer belongs to the Wil-Trans family of companies which includes Wil-Trans and O&S. They work in cooperation with Prime Inc so they benefit from the scale of Prime Inc and yet maintain the family-owned atmosphere of a smaller company.
Company drivers start at 40¢ per mile. They have the ability to earn up to 5¢ extra per mile per load based on fuel consumption. The company average is 42¢ to 43¢ per mile. The less fuel you burn, the more money you make!
In as little as three weeks of sponsored training at an approved CRST facility, you’ll be on the road, traveling the country, as a professional truck driver. There is always a job out there for a truck driver and it pays a lot more than you may think. In this high demand industry, with your CDL A license, you can find work all over the country. At CRST, you’ll learn first-hand from industry veterans who know what it takes to make it in the transportation industry. With a Class A CDL, you can quickly work your way up from a student to a trainer, with the opportunity to run your own business as an Owner Operator through our Lease Purchase program, in less than a year!
CRST Expedited's Military Apprenticeship Program pays you for your service while you earn your Class A CDL. If you use your GI Bill™ you can earn additional tax free income. Active Military Reservists and Honorably Discharged Veterans also receive a sign on bonus and pay credit for your time served.
If you have at least 2 years of experience driving a commercial vehicle in the military, you may be able to get started even sooner through the Military Skills Test Waiver. This means you would only have to pass the written exam to get your CDL, and there is an immediate pay increase.
Pick up and deliver freight between Service Centers and customers and support the selling process.
ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITES:
1. Operate tractor-trailer combination, including doubles (and triples, where applicable) and/or straight trucks
2. Perform daily pre-trip and safety inspections on equipment
3. Hook/unhook trailers and converter dollies to/from a tractor and/or trailer
4. Perform freight handling using appropriate motorized and manual equipment, including but not limited to: forklift, pallet jack and hand truck
5. Secure freight inside trailers using appropriate tools and supplies, including but not limited to: pallets, straps and rope
6. Recoup/repair damaged freight when necessary
7. Verify and complete required documentation and reports
8. Comply with hazardous material regulations and procedures
9. Collect cash or checks for freight charges, as required, and maintain required documentation
10. Follow di
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