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Terre Haute, IN
Ruan is hiring Hazmat Class A CDL drivers to be based in Terre Haute, IN, to support our dedicated customer. For more information, please call our Recruiting Hotline at (800) 879-7826.
Earn $2,000+ per week and $50 per diem each night out while getting paid weekly. Drivers can earn up to $100,000 per year.
Drivers will be out Monday through Friday and home on the weekends.
This account provides assigned trucks and the drivers can take the truck home for DOT breaks. All trucks come with Sirius XM All Access Package at no cost. Tank and Hazmat endorsements are required. Passport required and driver must meet all requirements to cross the Canadian border.
Ruan appreciates your commitment to our success. We're equally committed to providing you with competitive, affordable health and wellness benefits to help you take care of yourself and your family. View all benefits information here.
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Ruan’s number one strength is our people. Therefore, it’s our number one priority to make sure our team members feel safe, valued, and empowered. With focused efforts on safety, benefits, continuous improvement, and fostering an inclusive, positive culture, every team member ends their day knowing they made a difference. Whether you’re a professional truck driver, skilled technician, warehouse worker, or office team member, you’re part of a family of dedicated, hard-working professionals who, together, perform essential work for our customers, families, and neighbors. We are Ruan. We are you.
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