Class A CDL Driver - Texas Regional

Texas State Job Bank LIVE OAK, TX

About the Job

We are seeking a Class A CDL Texas Regional Driver to join our team! Must be willing to cross state lines at least twice per month (Oklahoma, Louisiana or Arkansas) You will be responsible for safely operating a truck with a capacity of at least 26,000 pounds Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW). Responsibilities: Safely operate a heavy or tractor-trailer truck Properly track and document activity log Report any issues or incidents to dispatch Inspect truck before and after trip Ability to use ELD Qualifications: Previous experience in truck driving or other related fields (3 years) Commercial driver's license Ability to complete background and drug and alcohol testing Strong work ethic Must be physically qualified to drive a commercial vehicle (according to Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration standards). You ll need a valid medical certificate completed by a registered medical professional. Must speak adequate English. Must be willing cross state lines at least twice per month Experience Our drivers must have a minimum of one year of recent (within the last 24 months) experience driving the type of equipment that they will be assigned to operate. Pay will be determine based on experience. Clean Accident Record Our drivers may not have DOT defined accidents in the past three years (in any type of motor vehicle). This includes all accidents in which the driver was convicted for a moving violation in connection with the crash or charged with responsibility for the crash. Limited Moving Violations/ No Convictions on Serious Offenses Our drivers may have no more than two moving violations in any type of motor vehicle in the past three years. Our drivers may have no convictions for any of the following serious offenses (in any type of vehicle) in the past seven years: Driving under the influence of alcohol (.04 or greater alcohol concentration, driving under the influence under state law, or refusing to test). Driving under the influence of a controlled substance. Leaving the scene of an accident. No more than one excessive speeding violation (15 mph or more above the posted speed limit). Reckless driving. Any moving violation in connection with a fatal accident. Vehicular manslaughter or vehicular homicide. Eluding a police officer. Operating a vehicle with a suspended or revoked license. Job Type: Full-time