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CRUDE OIL DRIVER - DAY AND NIGHT SHIFT AVAILABLE

CRUDE OIL DRIVER - DAY AND NIGHT SHIFT AVAILABLE

Location: Salt Lake City, UT Job Description:The Crude Oil Driver based in Wright will load and drive to Evanston WY stay the night, next day will drive to Salt Lake City to off-load, then drive back empty, 6/2 schedule. Drivers based in Salt Lake City will drive to Wright WY load and stay the night, next morning get up and head back to Salt Lake to off-load. The primary responsibility of this position is deliver transportation and logistics solutions that help our customers win in their marketplace. We want our service to become a competitive weapon for our customers. Our Company Drivers are expected to consistently deliver the service we promise our customers. They are counting on us to compete, grow and thrive. Work Schedule:

  • Our current opening is a day/night shift (6 days/nights on/2 days/nights off - 4 p.m./a.m. to 4 a.m./p.m.)

Job Qualifications:

  • Must be 25 years of age
  • Must have two years of tractor trailer experience
  • Must have three months crude gathering experience and/or two years vacuum and/or tanker oilfield experience
  • Must hold a current Commercial Driver's license Class A with Hazmat and Tank endorsements

Other Requirements:

  • General mechanical knowledge
  • High level of customer service skills
  • Ability to understand spoken/written English
  • Have working knowledge of DOT regulations

Experience: 25 yrs. old; 2 yrs. T/T exp.; CDL-A with Hazmat and Tank REQ'D Work Type: Full Time Phone: 888-609-4044

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