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Dedicated Truck Driver - up to $9,000 Sign-On Bonus

This Dedicated truck driver position on the International Paper account features weekly time at home, up to $0.37 per mile and a predictable work schedule. Truckers will haul 50% single stop freight for a global leader in paper and packaging products and benefit from consistent miles within a primary travel area of the Midwest, South, Northeast (including metro New York area) and Canada. By pulling freight for one customer, you'll enjoy consistent freight, miles and paychecks. Start your trucking career!
Eligible CDL Driver Applicants
Experienced truck drivers
New Class A CDL holders
Truck Driver Pay & Benefits
Full-time CDL truck drivers are eligible for:
Up to $60,000 per year
$9,000 sign-on bonus for experienced drivers
$4,500 sign-on bonus for inexperienced drivers
Average 2400 miles per week
Up to $6,000 tuition reimbursement available for qualified drivers
Mileage and accessorial pay plus potential $0.02/mile performance bonuses
Flexible scheduling available
Paid orientation and training
Paid vacation
Medical, dental and vision insurance
401(k) savings plan with company match
70% no touch freight
Mobile communications platform - The latest in-truck technology with paperless logging, GPS navigation, web browsing, text-to-voice features, a color touch screen and a pull-out keypad
Company Facilities - Drivers have 24 hour access to company facilities with free and safe parking, showers, Wi-Fi, laundry facilities and cafeteria services.
Military Apprenticeship Program - U.S. military veterans, Guard members and Reservists may be eligible to earn an additional educational benefit check from the VA (up to $1,146 per month)
No employment contract -- we don't lock you in, but you'll want to stay
Based on CDL driver experience

Truck Driver Qualifications
Valid Class A Commercial Driver's License (CDL)
Hiring area includes Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and 75 miles of Indianapolis, IN
Passport, FAST Card or Enhanced CDL required after being hired

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