XPO Logistics is one of the largest transportation and logistics companies in the world! They provide cutting-edge supply chain solutions to 50,000+ companies.
They are hiring talented individuals to fill 15,000 roles across the United States!
C.R. England is hiring and looking for dedicated and ambitious career changers to join their #nationwideusa fleet and support teams.
Drivers - C.R. England offers truck driving training, lucrative pay, and job stability. You will have the backing of a driver manager to help you along the recruiting, hiring, and training process.
Office/Administration - C.R. England corporate team members are some of the best in their fields. World class compensation, benefits, culture, economic stability, an penchant for developing and promoting our people make C.R. England a wonderful place for your corporate career.
Maintenance - C.R. England maintenance team keeps trucks on the road and drivers safe. Careers in maintenance offer outstanding compensation, benefits, and internal promotion opportunities make C.R. England an industry leader for maintenance careers.
Pittston, PA - US Foods is hiring for Delivery Truck Driver roles! 10K sign-on bonus for CDL A Drivers and Our Top Performers can make over 100K!
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At US Foods, we’re committed to our mission of GREAT FOOD. MADE EASY™ -- providing food products that keep operators ahead of customer demand and services that help them run their operations.
Great drivers are crucial to the US Foods® team and one of the important faces of our organization. On and off the road, our drivers strive for integrity and reliability, while building trusting relationships with customers.
At the foundation of those efforts are our cultural beliefs, the pillars that define our work ethic, collaborative spirit and service. Together we help our customers make it, but we also believe in helping our drivers make it!
US Foods is committed to compensation and benefits that respect and reward our employees for their dedication and hard work.
Offers will be made on the spot!
Onboarding in a logistics position amidst a global pandemic and peak season? #Amazon to the rescue!
My journey began right smack in the middle of holiday season, just at the start of December. And frankly, I would not have had it any other way. I was pleasantly surprised to find that although there was some chaos, it was controlled.
Regardless of my heightened angst about taking on this position that I was in financial desperation of, I was filled with both nerves and eagerness. Proudly and gratefully, it feels that all of it worked out in my favor. From just the first few communications with my managers, I was first and foremost welcomed. There was an atmosphere of comfort and helpfulness that emanated from my trainers; and it wasn’t just with the help of that nifty blue vest I so patiently awaited.
Questions regarding scheduling, pay, time off and of course health insurance plans were hurled at the trainers. And even though they were driving instructors, they proceeded to answer every request. This made a lot of the onboarding process quite fluid, considering no trainer strayed from that mentality. The format of the training was conducive to my need’s, and it seemed most of my teammates need’s as well. The first two days were all virtual, which I was able to do right from my home office and the third held with a driving instructor on site. Efficiency seemed to be the key in most of the process. The absolute persistence with maintaining our proper safety distance, and sanitation also built for a comfortable atmosphere given the circumstances. I never felt that I was in the dark at any point along the process, which is absolutely something I have felt with this procedure at former positions elsewhere.
After a few knowledge tests, some policy review, and a couple informational videos I was bringing a smile from doorstep to doorstep: in the warming holiday fashion. Almost immediately, my team and the coworkers at the entire station have surrounded me with positivity, smiles and helpfulness every day that I am scheduled. In a time where so many things have been seemingly uncertain, I was able to find an easy position to assimilate into, and a group of friends that make this crazy time, and little less unpredictable.
Hello, I'm looking for work anywhere in the country (or out). I am an extremely mobile person with plenty of Logistics and warehouse experience. I work well with others or alone. I am healthy, capable, and of good character. I have current TWIC card, full Passport, and CDL. The Lafayette, Louisiana industry (oil field) is incapacitated right now, and I am ready and willing to leave the area. I have an excellent work ethic, and I consider my strength to be the "Customer". I'm a quick learner, and am willing to start new, and different opportunities. Thank you.
How far you get is all up to you...work hard always be willing to help
Account Manager, Operations Manager, Sales, Customer Service, and Logistics are my areas of expertise
Looking for new opportunities in Sales, Account Management, Operations Management, or Logistics.