A regional truck driving job typically consists of moving freight within your state and the surrounding states. A regional driver is usually on the road for five days or more and returns home on a weekly or bi-weekly basis. This allows regional drivers to have a fulfilling and fruitful driving career while still having time to spend with family and on hobbies.
Regional truck driver employees enjoy access to comprehensive health benefit offerings including medical, dental and vision as well as life insurance, 401(k) and paid vacation.
Our Dedicated Contract Services accounts each serve a single customer, allowing drivers access to familiar routes, customers and work duties. We operate more than 13,000 trucks in over 600 account locations, making J.B. Hunt the largest dedicated provider in the United States.
J.B. Hunt’s Dedicated Contract Services business unit offers drivers a unique experience because they can do more than just drive. Depending on the account, dedicated drivers perform duties like operating forklifts and pallet jacks to complete deliveries. Additionally, driving dedicated offers a variety of equipment including flatbed, temperature-controlled, doubles and traditional van trailers.
Our Intermodal business unit offers more traditional driving duties - drivers transport freight containers from rail yards to customer locations. As the industry leader in intermodal, J.B. Hunt drivers reap the rewards of a growing intermodal market and our longstanding relationships with major rail providers.
Our intermodal equipment is 100 percent company-owned and maintained, including more than 116,000 containers and 100,700 chassis, as well as private speed gates at a number of facilities for efficient service. Intermodal driving jobs operate 24/7 leaving drivers with the freedom and power to choose a schedule that works for them. The consistency in freight and familiar routes allow drivers to get the most out of their workday.