Class 1 – Long Haul Truck Driver – SYS Trucking

  Calgary

Full Job Description
SYS Trucking is a locally owned and operated trucking company located in Calgary and Lethbridge AB. We are expanding and have an opportunity for a class one long haul truck driver (company driver or contractors single or team) responsible for delivering freights safely and efficiently to our customers throughout Canada and the USA.
Our main lanes run from Alberta to California and Alberta to TX, we also have some eastern runs.

Qualifications and duties:
– Class 1 driver’s license with clean driving abstract, no limitations
– 1 year truck/trailer verifiable experience
– Knowledge of hours of service (E-log)
– Knowledge of axle weight
– Experience working with reefer
– One year mountain experience required
– Basic mechanical knowledge is an asset
– Hook and unhook trailers
– Live load and live off load
– Complete pre-trip and post trip inspections
– Provide exceptional customer service to our clients
– Maintain clean and professional-looking equipment
– Disciplined, honest, professional and good personal hygiene

What we offer:
– Competitive wages
– Paid twice a month via direct deposit
– Safety bonus every six month
– Paid extra picks and drops
– Paid layover after 24 hours
– Regular home time
– Steady work year-round
– Assigned truck
– Well-maintained truck and trailer

If this opportunity interests you and you meet all of the above requirements then forward your resume and abstract along with three verifiable references via email or call/text 403-332-0345 or 403-360-6649
Email: Systrucking03@gmail.com or Bahrammyousf@outlook.com

For faster response, we encourage email or text

Job Types: Full-time, Permanent

Salary: $6,000.00-$8,000.00 per month

Schedule:
12 hour shift
Day shift
Night shift

Ability to commute/relocate:
Calgary, AB: reliably commute or plan to relocate before starting work (required)

Experience:
OTR Long haul: 1 year (preferred)
Work Location: One location

Hiring Insights:
Hiring 4 candidates for this role.

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