SYGMA Local CDL-A Drivers Wanted: $70K/Year & $4K Sign-On Bonus

Job Description:
Now Hiring CDL Class A Drivers For Dedicated Delivery Routes Recent Graduates Welcome - Great Home Time Avg.
Salary Over $70k/year After 1st Year Plus a $4,000 Sign On Bonus Every day, the country's most successful restaurant chains rely on The SYGMA Network to supply everything from fresh beef and produce to silverware and cleaning supplies.
SYGMA is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sysco Corporation, a Fortune 100 company, and one of the largest foodservice distributors in the United States.
Take advantage of the great pay & benefits that SYGMA offers - Apply Now or Call (866) 805-4902
Benefits: After 1st year, the average salary is over $70k/year Drivers currently holding Class A CDL receive $4,000 Sign On Bonus paid within the first six months.
($1,000 after full qualified, usually 6 to 8 weeks and the remaining $3,000 after six months of service) Component Pay, The more you drive the more you earn! Medical, dental and vision insurance 401k and Stock Purchase Plan Dedicated Regional Routes, drivers are out an average of 2 nights/week Drivers stay in hotels to ensure better rest, the expense is covered Drivers can earn annual safety bonuses and ABC bonus weekly based on service, attendance, and safety Highly maintained newer equipment Salary based on mileage and weight delivered Drive both team and single DEDICATED ROUTES! Requirements: Valid Class A Commercial Driver's License Ability to pass a DOT Physical Provide Best-In-Class customer service Ability to drive at night Must unload deliveries into restaurants Willing to work assigned or bid routes; adaptable to changes 1 year of tractor trailer driving experience preferred Must have a high school diploma/GED (completion of a tractor-trailer driving school will be accepted instead of, or in addition to a high school diploma) Take advantage of the great pay & benefits that SYGMA offers - Apply Now or Call (866) 805-4902

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