First Student is hiring Part Time School Bus Drivers in Springfield, Illinois for the upcoming school season.
You'll receive: $18/ HR Starting Wage No Nights or Weekends !! Paid CDL Training
As a First Student Bus Driver, your major responsibilities will be to: Safely transport student passengers Perform pre/post trip vehicle inspections Assist students in the boarding and unboarding process
Job Requirements: High School / GED Good verbal communication skills Must be at least 21 years old Valid driver’s license for at least 3 years Be subject to a background check, drug screen & physical
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Hello! I worked as a delivery driver for the past 15yrs. I suddenly got laid-off because my Co. was sold without any warning. I am VERY INTERESTED in getting my CDL (to be home daily, temporarily, since I have school age children, until they become of age)wondering if anyone has any advice, since I don't know where to begin. I am ONE HECK OF A WORKER, with unlimited amounts of stamina and I won't quit until the job is done! I have 2 letters of recommendation from the Employer (1 from the Chairman and 1 from the CEO) who laid me off. I just need some guidance in finding the best paid $ CDL w/being home daily?!
Every response/advice welcome! Thanks everyone!!
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A friend of mine has been considering getting their CDL for trucking. I was looking into it for them and found some benefits: training can be as short as 3 weeks, high levels of job security, competitive salaries averaging $39,000/year, part-time options, etc.
All of this sounds awesome but I was wondering if anyone with personal knowledge about CDL training/trucking in general could provide some insight or advice. Thanks!
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I live in Brewton Alabama. There are a few jobs in the area. Mostly truck driving. My question is, for the truck driving companies that provide cdl training, do you pay up front or does it come out of your paycheck after being hired? I've never driven a truck, but I have thought about it.
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Well it's work you get a job here you need a chauffeur's license then you get you have to go to the DMV take a learner's permit test get your CDL license and let me tell you at work can be hard on your brain I'm 58 years old and it was not easy for me. I got my license today passed my test for my CDL now come Monday I can go to DMV department of motor vehicles Secretary of State upgrade my license.
Go there to get some experience, then go to work at a top paying company like Crete, Schafer, Nussbaum, or if you like flatbedding go to Melton. Work hard, smart, and be SAFE first and foremost. I retired with over 10 years and a million miles never hurting anyone or myself. But I do want to say there are many great people at Roehl and good equipment...if you want a stripped down IH or Freightliner..no fridges, cheap mattresses, automatics, so no skills needed. Go somewhere you can drive a 10-13 speed manuals, have fridges, upgraded interiors, Direct TV, xm/serius. You live in that truck 1, 2, or more weeks at a time. Enjoy it. There's a lot of carriers you can get most of not all. I would not go back there. Better choices folks