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Drive with the Best
. . . Eagle Transport

DE | Delaware City | CDL Petro Driver (Day) 2 WDs Off

Eagle Transport Corporation | Delaware City, DE

Job Type: Full-Time, Petroleum Driver, Day Shift, Two Weekdays Off
[Note: Schedule available at time of posting; subject to change based on business needs.]

Compensation: $80,000 - $90,000 Annually

Since 1969, Eagle Transport has served as an industry leader in the transportation industry, with terminals located throughout the eastern United States. Eagle Transport provides transportation of fuel, chemical, and dry bulk products. With our continued expansion and growth in the Southeast, we are looking for key team members to join Eagle in this region.

Job Duties
 

  • Coordinate and complete pick up of designated products from local and/or regional terminals

  • Manage all aspects of safe truck operation and care according to Eagle Safety policies and procedures

  • Transport and deliver designated fuel products to customer stores and/or facilities, as assigned

  • Prepare and complete all equipment and delivery reports accurately and efficiently


Benefits
 

  • Home Daily with Local Routes

  • Weekly Pay, with all time paid

  • Paid Orientation and Training 

  • Paid Life and AD&D Insurance for You and Your Family

  • Affordable Health Insurance w/Prescription Plan

  • Dental, Vision, and Disability Insurance

  • Health Savings Account

  • Flexible Spending Account

  • 401K (w/company match)

  • AFLAC Insurance Options (Accident, Critical Illness, Hospital Indemnity)

  • Employee Assistance Program (Family Care, Legal Information, Financial Guidance)

  • LifeKeys Services (Learn More)

  • TravelConnect Services (Learn More)

  • Detention, Breakdowns, Sleeper and Multi-Stop Pay

  • Night and Weekend Pay Differential

  • Paid Time Off

  • Quarterly Safety Bonus, Experience Pay (after six (6) months)

  • Uniform and Boot Program

  • President's Million Mile Club and Driver Safety Award Programs

  • Driver Referral Program

  • Driving School Reimbursement Program

Requirements

  • Be at least 23 years of age. 

  • Have a current and valid Commercial Class A Driver’s License (CDL), including appropriate endorsements for tanker and hazardous materials (N and H or Combination X), and must be able to drive a vehicle with air brakes. 

  • Have at least one (1) year of CDL Class A driving experience with a tractor-trailer within the past seven (7) years or have graduated from an Eagle-Approved Driving School, meeting Eagle GPA requirements, within the past seven (7) years (school certificate and transcript may be required).

  • Have no more than two (2) moving violations in the past three (3) years or four (4) in the past seven (7) years.

  • Have no DUI/DWI/OUI within the past ten (10) years (maximum of one (1) in a lifetime).

  • Have no chargeable "DOT-Recordable" accidents while driving a commercial vehicle in the past three (3) years (defined as a fatality, injuries requiring transport to a hospital, or vehicles towed away from the scene). Copy of the accident report may be required.

  • Meet qualifications for a Transportation Workers Identification Credential (TWIC) Card, where applicable.

  • Be able to read and speak the English Language, in accordance with section 391.11(b)(2) of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations.

Physical Requirements

  • Driver must be able to obtain a Medical Examiner's Certificate, under the requirement of subpart E, Section 391 of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations. Eagle Transport does not accept a state-issued medical waiver.

  • Driver must be able to sit for extended periods, as many as ten (10) hours daily, in a truck.

  • Driver must be able to walk, bend, push, pull, stoop, squat, and climb as necessary, and:

    • Perform daily vehicle inspections as required under section 396.13 of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations.

    • Ensure closure of dome lids.

    • Grasp, lift, and handle heavy equipment, as necessary, to ensure safety during both the hooking and dropping process of tractor/trailer combination.

    • Grasp, lift and handle sections of hose that may exceed 20 feet in length, measure as much as four inches or more in diameter, and weigh as much as 75 pounds while ensuring safe and proper coupling, draining, and disconnecting hoses.

Join our award-winning team with over 50 years of experience in the transportation industry.

 

Have questions? Speak with a recruiter now by calling (833) 463-7627 [Monday through Friday 8 am to 5 pm EST, excluding holidays] or APPLY NOW, and we will be in touch with you soon!

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