Class 1 Owner Operator- Crude, Edmonton, AB


Class 1 Owner Operator (Crude, Condy)

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Trimac Energy Services is currently looking for experienced Class 1 Owner Operator Truck Drivers for our Crude operation in Edmonton, AB!

If you have 2 years of off-road Crude hauling experience please apply online.  

Owner Operator Pay:

  • Average earnings of $95 per hour, Cube Rate of $24.06 m/3

Class 1 Driver Hours:

  • Planned to be out for full hours of Service and home for reset, dependent on operational requirements

Owner Operator Trip Details:

  • Pick up locations: Multiple locations within the Edmonton and Nipisi and Slave Lake area.
  • Delivery locations: Edmonton

Owner Operator Requirements:

  • 2-years verifiable fluid tanker experience
  • 2 years verifiable Super B experience
  • Off-road experience required
  • No tractor age restriction
  • Sleeper tractor required
  • Wet Kit required
  • Auto Shut Down required
  • Minimum 4” T&E, roper style pump required

Owner Operator Benefits:

  • ISSAC OBC System installation (no cost to Owner)
  • OO paid Base plates and licensing, must be prorated
  • OO paid Tractor insurance

 Business Discount Advantages:

  • Payless for fuel, tires, and more through Trimac’s Business to Business Discounts
  • Fuel discounts with major truck stops
  • National account tire pricing on the brands you know and like

Your Profile
Past 7 years without:

  • Driving violation involving the consumption of illegal or intoxicating substances 
  • A preventable rollover or fatality crash 

Past 3 years without:

  • License suspensions involving drug and/or alcohol, or a record that would indicate a disregard for public safety
  • A major preventable accident
  • Two or more moving convictions

Trimac: Safety is our Core Value

  • We make Safety a part of every decision
  • We make Safety personal
  • We have the courage to intervene

Trimac Transportation is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to employment equity. We value a diverse workforce and are committed to hiring practices that are fair and equitable. 

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