Job Details

Regional truck driving jobs offer the strong miles, competitive pay and home time you deserve.
Regional Truck Driver
  • KENOSHA, WI
  • Dedicated
  • Weekly time off with this regional position
  • 3 months truck driving experience
  • Average yearly gross $73,000 - 80,000
  • $10000 Transition Assistance Pay
  • License Type: Class A
  • Full Time/Part Time: Full Time
  • Home Time: 5 days on, 2 days off
  • Residence Area: Must live within 100 miles of KENOSHA, WI
  • Operating Area: With this regional dedicated job, drivers operate within the states of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Kentucky.
  • Experience Level: 3 months
  • Avg. Yearly Gross: 73,000 - 80,000

J.B. Hunt is now hiring CDL-A truck drivers for regional driving jobs within our Dedicated fleet. 

This regional dedicated trucking job features the following:

  • Average annual earnings projected at $73,000
  • Top earners average $80,000
  • $10,000 sign on bonus - limited time only!
  • $1,400 weekly pay guarantee until February 2019
  • Weekly home time; 2 consecutive days off each week
  • No touch freight; pick up and deliver loaded trailers from distribution center
  • Onsite management
  • Complete your orientation online through our Direct to Work program!
  • Paid time off accrual from day one
  • Benefit options and a company-matched 401k plan

J.B. Hunt’s regional dedicated jobs offer drivers competitive pay and a consistent schedule serving a single customer, allowing you reliable home time, a familiar route and an opportunity to exercise your customer service skills.

Along with the perks of paid time off and onsite management, dedicated truck drivers enjoy access to comprehensive health benefit offerings including medical, dental and vision, as well as life insurance, 401K and paid vacation.

Call 1-877-791-9458 for more information about this regional dedicated driving job or pre-qualify online!

POS# 6817

Date Posted: 2019-01-29
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