A valid Commercial Driver's License (Class A) is required. A commercial driver's license similar to a Michigan Class A CDL with similar endorsement will be accepted from other states orcountries, e.g., licencia federal de conductor categorias "B" or "E" en modalidad international from Mexico.
Working at night may be required. Must be able to work weekends, holidays, and overtime. Must be able to work a rotating shift schedule. Applicants will be subject to a pre-employmentreference check, which will include job verification, driving history, and work experience check. Applicants may be required to demonstrate a clean driving record by presenting a MotorVehicle Record (MVR) or through other means available, such as through a reference check.
Truck Drivers will be required to travel daily to unanticipated delivery sites to deliver goods from the worksite address to different delivery sites throughout the continental United States.Once the goods are delivered, Truck Drivers will return to the worksite address. Travel may be local, regional, or long-haul. Long-haul travel may require multiple nights away from theworksite. Most travel (around 40%) will require one-night away from the worksite address.
Truck Drivers will not be required to travel internationally or nationally. Travel will beregional only. Drivers would generally drive within and throughout the state of Michigan,but may be required to drive throughout the Midwest region, including the states ofIllinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota,Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.