Do you live in the Ontario, CA area? Are you looking for a GREAT career opportunity with weekly home time? Then working for Fremont Contract Carriers as a Class A CDL driver for Kawasaki is the perfect job for you! This is a 50-60 hours per week job, consisting of a dedicated run pulling freight out of the Kawasaki plant and transporting to different retailers and dealers in southern California and Arizona. This job offers hourly pay, and a Monday through Friday work week. Fremont Contract Carriers also offers full benefits, vacation, and holiday pay. More money and more opportunities – that’s exactly what you’ll get at FCC!
- Monday-Friday work week!
- Driving routes in southern California and Arizona only.
- Hourly pay; 50-60 hour work week.
- Full benefits, vacation, holiday pay.
- Valued, family-oriented company atmosphere.
- MUST LIVE IN THE ONTARIO, CALIFORNIA AREA!
- WILL TRAIN/CERTIFY ON FLATBED (new to newer company truck pulling a curtain side trailer)!
- Minimum 2 years OTR verifiable experience in the last 3 years.
- Must have the ability to secure cargo on a flatbed trailer using straps only.
- Must meet all Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations.
- Must have a Commercial Driver’s License with proper endorsements in state of residence.
- No serious traffic violations in the past 3 years.
Serious violations are defined as:
- Reckless/careless driving.
- Hit & run, or leaving the scene of an accident.
- Speeding (15 mph above speed limit).
- Improper lane change.
- Following too closely.
- Driver with a suspended or revoked license, unless as a result of a failure to pay a fine.
- No Felony conviction with a motor vehicle.
- No DWI, DUI convictions in last 5 years.
- No DWI, DUI ever in a commercial motor vehicle.
- No more than 3 non-serious moving violations in the last 3 years, with no more than 1 of those in the preceding twelve months.
- No preventable accidents involving a fatality, bodily injuries treated away from the scene, or disabling damage to a motor vehicle within the last 3 years. (Disabling means damage that requires vehicle to be towed).
- No more than 1 DOT recordable accident in the last 3 years.