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C.R. England

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Posted On: 2021-06-21 (valid until 2021-12-31)

Location(s): Aaronsburg, PA, 16820

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PART_TIME CONTRACTOR

About the job

Do you like to drive and explore? Here you go!

You Choose Your Lane!

C.R. England is a leading trucking and transportation company in the United States. We are the largest refrigerated transportation company in the country. CR England is known for having one of the best trains to hire programs in the country. In addition, we are one of the safest carriers in the industry. Our company is recognized as an industry leader in providing temperature-controlled truckload, brokerage, intermodal, and container services. C.R. England is headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, and operates in the 48 contiguous states, Canada, and Mexico, and maintains terminals in California, Colorado, Texas, New Jersey, and South Carolina. There are also five driving schools in the company's network

Hiring requirement -

  • Be at least 21 years old.
  • Those who are 23 years old and younger need to have a clean driving record.
  • Have a satisfactory employment record.
  • Complete all portions of the driver application, including:
    • For all employment history, including the area code of the phone number.
    • Three years of employment history.
  • You must have a decent driving record with:

  • The number of preventable accidents during the past year should not be more than 1, and three during the past five years.
  • In the past three years, no more than three moving violations.
  • Pass a mandatory drug test. Has not had a DUI in the last seven years. Has not had more than two DUIs in a lifetime.
  • No charges of reckless driving or license suspensions.
  • Obtain a Department of Transportation physical from a doctor under the direction of C.R. England.
  • Felonies must be at least 10 years old, taken case-by-case.
  • Physical results must meet minimum standards, including:
    • Blood pressure of 140/90 or less.
    • A vision rating of 20/40 or better.
    • No less than 80 degrees of the horizontal field of vision is required.
  • Perks of working with C.R England -

    You Choose Your Position

  • Solo
  • Team
  • Trainer
  • Instructor
  • Benefits -

  • Consistent home time and weekly pay
  • Benefits to Health
  • Vacation and bonus incentives
  • Referral Program with Unlimited Cash
  • Customer relationships, regular routes, and great pay
  • Regional: regular routes, balanced home, and road life, and great miles
  • National: Great pay, great miles, and the chance to see the country
  • Whether you need a CDL, a job, or both, we've got you covered. C.R. England trains new drivers and hires experienced drivers. CR England is looking for a driver with a safe and clean driving record, who can handle 18 wheels, 40 tons, and 400 horsepower. Do you recognize yourself in that description? Join our team then! At C.R. England, you choose your position, your lane, and you get EVERYTHING!

    FAQs:

    1) How much does a C.R England driver make?

    Pay will vary depending on several factors, including tenure-based pay rates, your fleet, how hard you work, and how much you drive.

    2) Is working for C.R worth it?

    C.R. England is a great place to work. All of their promises were kept and all expenses were paid. They kept me busy and made me money, so I wasn't down for a long time between trips.

    3) How much time can you spend at home?

    You only get to come home every 6 weeks or so.

    4) Does C.R England do local routes?

    You are more than welcome to learn about all of the local and intermodal opportunities we currently have available. As one of the best trucking companies in the country, C.R England is proud to serve its customers with a team of local drivers.

    5) Does C.R England conduct random drug tests?

    Here at C.R England, we're pleased with the news that the rate of random drug testing has been reduced by half. We know those good drivers don't need drugs to perform their jobs; they only need the opportunity to perform at their best thanks to supporting employers and a regulatory structure that doesn't burden them unnecessarily.