Company Truck Driver - Solo, Teams & Trainees

Ready for a truck driving career that will take you places? Apply today for company solo opportunities at Tyson Foods! Your truck driving career will really take you places when you join Tyson Foods' team. Tyson Foods offers truck drivers great pay and benefits and enables them to earn consistent pay to provide for their families. Our solo truck drivers average 2,500 miles per week, with an average salary of $62,000 per year. Solo truck driver pay for 0?1 year of verifiable experience starts at $.41 per mile. With 1+ years of verifiable experience, you can start at $.43 per mile. After one year at Tyson Foods, drivers receive a $0.01 per mile increase up to top pay of $.49 per mile. Home Time: One day off for every 6 days out on the road plus you'll be paid for eight holidays at $130 per day. Other advantages include: Layover/Detention Pay Unloading Pay Drop and Pickup Pay Vacation pay after 1 year on the job Safety Bonuses Incentive pay for single trips of less than 250 miles (+ $0.06) and less than 500 miles (+ $0.03) Additional Pay for short trips: All single trips less than 500 miles will be pay an additional $.03 per mile All single trips less than 250 miles will be pay an additional $.06 per mile Requirements: Valid Class "A" Commercial Driver's License in the state of residence Age 23 or older 9 months or more verifiable OTR tractor trailer experience within the last 12 months Able to pass a D.O.T. physical examination and drug screening Able to pass a road test Live in defined hiring area and willing to park at designated parking area Twelve (12) points or less on the Tyson Driver Evaluations System as pertains to accidents, incidents and moving violations No DUI or DWI conviction in a commercial motor vehicle or in a personal vehicle in the last eight (8) years Must not have DOT Drug Alcohol Violation within past 3 years Tyson Foods is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will be considered without regard to race, national origin, color, religion, age, genetics, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status.

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