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C.R. England

Posted On: 2021-02-25 (valid until 2021-03-30)

Location(s): Aaronsburg, PA, 16820

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PART_TIME CONTRACTOR

About the job

C.R.England, a prominent transportation company, was founded in 1920 and is based out of Salt Lake City. over the times it has grown into one of the largest refrigerated carriers in the nation. It contains more than 4,500 trucks, 6,500 trailers, and 5,600 drivers. The company operates throughout the United States for 24*7 of the year. It is considered as one of the best carrier services for long distance missions. Besides, CR England also operates its own driving schools. The major benefit of this training school is it allows the company to recruit and train those with no CDL or truck driving experience.If any experienced truck drivers wants to re-start their career in driving along with some adventures then C.R. England is the best place to start off. Immediate hirings are going on accompanied with a promising salary range.Job Description C.R. England has a CDL Training School besides the transportation service. It is hiring fresh trainees for the upcoming season. The major benefits of this training programme are Class A CDL, great weekly pay and permanent job in C.R. England.The physical schooling will be held for 15 to 20 days depending on which location you attend. The training becomes a mixture of both classroom and practical on truck training after you pass the CDL written exam.They will provide phase level training where you have to fulfill certain requirements. Phase 1 Training you will be required to complete 180 hours behind the wheel driving, which takes approximately one month. From there you will begin Phase 2 training with a Lead driver which takes approximately 1.5 months. When you begin Phase 2 training, you can request home time.You will get weekly payment, flexible home time, and other great benefits regarding your health check ups. CRE is looking for experienced truck drivers with a safe and clean record. The basic requirements will include handling of 18 wheels, 40 tons, 80 feet, and 400 horsepower. To be in CR England a clean driving history is very necessary without any record of felony for its long distance missions.The payment method is also based on phase. In phase 1 you will be paid $10 per hour for driving hours, and your state's minimum wage for on duty not-driving work time. The average pay in Phase 1 training can be expected to be $505 per week. In phase 2 training you will approximately get $0.28 per mile split for all paid miles the truck runs even when you’re not driving. The average pay in Phase 2 training can be expected to be $580/wk.The major benefits you will be offered in CR England are benefits of weekly pay, consistent home time along with various health facilities. Besides, you can expect a 401k participation. The other benefits include paid time off, bonus and tips incentives, unlimited cash referral program, better pay, home time and miles. After one year of service you will be eligible for one week paid vacation.Basic responsibilities Transporting finished goods and raw materials. Picking up materials from manufacturing plants or retail and distribution centers. Safe delivery. Ability to handle handling of 18 wheels, 40 tons, 80 feet, and 400 horsepower. Inspecting vehicles for mechanical items. Maintaining safety issues. Performing preventative maintenance. Planning routes Meeting delivery schedules. Healthy customer relationship. Basic Requirements for C.R. England Job- Be at least 21 years old. Valid Class A CDL. Those 23 years old and younger need to have a clean driving record. Have a satisfactory employment record. Three years of employment history. Phone numbers with area code for all employment history. Pass a mandatory drug screen. No DUIs in the last seven years, no more than 2 in lifetime. No reckless driving charges or license suspensions. Be able to pass a Department of Transportation physical from a doctor at the direction of C.R. England. Felonies must be at least 10 years of age of older, taken case-by-case.