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Career Opportunities

Drivers

Driving Careers

Our professional truck drivers are more than simply a part of this success; they are essential to it. Ruan drivers receive ongoing safety training, full benefits after 60 days and are recognized through several awards programs. More than 60 percent of our truck drivers are home every night, and nearly all are home multiple times per week. That makes for some very satisfied drivers—and is one of the reasons we have a driver retention rate five times the industry average.

Technicians

Technician Careers

At Ruan, we are extremely proud of the caliber, professionalism and dedication of our maintenance team. Our diesel technicians and service managers utilize the latest diagnostic tools and equipment necessary to solve today's maintenance challenges. These diesel technicians are truly the engine that drives our business.

Operations

Operation Careers

Each Ruan employee is an advocate for our customers—searching for ways to improve their supply chain and providing dedicated, personalized service. Achieving this takes a high level of teamwork and dedication, which is why the job of a Ruan terminal manager, dispatcher, service manager and operations manager is so important. We want you to use your abilities to be entrepreneurial and to take ownership of decision-making.

Corporate

Corporate Careers

We count among our loyal customers some of the largest, most respected corporations in the world, and the list keeps growing. Therefore, we hire talented, motivated individuals for our corporate office jobs—and in return we invest in their professional development and provide advancement opportunities. Ruan truly offers opportunities in every direction.

Megasafe - Ruan Safety Program

  1. Prepare to Drive
    Take the required steps to read yourself to drive.
  2. Expand Your View
    Look farther down the road so you have more time to react.
  3. Maintain Proper Following Distance
    Keep good visibility and have time to slow down.
  4. Use Your Mirrors
    Take frequent surveillance of those around you.
  5. Execute Safe Lane Maneuvers
    Use the S.O.S. system to safely change lanes.
  6. Assess Intersections
    Scan intersections before you get to them.
  7. Adjust Speed for Conditions
    Slower is safer.
  8. Find Out More
Ruan Safety Program