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SYGMA Local CDL-A Drivers Wanted: $70K+/Year & $7.5K Sign-On Bonus

Job Description:
Now Hiring CDL Class A Drivers For Dedicated Delivery Routes Recent Graduates Welcome - Great Home Time - Under 24 Hours Out $7.
5k Sign-On Bonus & Avg.
Salary $70k+/year! Every day, the country's most successful restaurant chains rely on The SYGMA Network to supply everything from fresh beef and produce to silverware and cleaning supplies.
SYGMA is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sysco Corporation, a Fortune 100 company, and one of the largest foodservice distributors in the United States.
Take advantage of the great pay & benefits that SYGMA offers - Apply Now to find out more!
Benefits: Average salary $70k/year Component Pay, The more you drive the more you earn! $7,500 Sign-On Bonus Dedicated Routes Medical, dental and vision insurance 401k and Stock Purchase Plan Opportunity to purchase discounted Sysco stock Paid Vacation time & paid holidays Three floating holidays and paid sick leave Up to $3,000 of tuition assistance per year Many routes under 24 hours out Highly maintained equipment Salary based on mileage and weight delivered Drive both team and single DEDICATED ROUTES! Requirements: Valid Class A Commercial Driver's License Ability to pass a DOT Physical Provide Best-In-Class customer service Ability to drive at night Must unload deliveries into restaurants Willing to work assigned or bid routes; adaptable to changes 1 year of tractor trailer driving experience preferred Must have a high school diploma/GED (completion of a tractor-trailer driving school will be accepted instead of, or in addition to a high school diploma) Take advantage of the great pay & benefits that SYGMA offers - Apply Now to find out more!

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