Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Roehl Transport
- Truck Driver (2)
- Leasing Manager (1)
- Employee (1)
- OTR Truck Driver - Dry Van National (1)
- Class A Driver Over the Road (1)
- Over-the-Road Truck Driver (1)
Truck Driver Interview
I applied through a recruiter – interviewed at Roehl Transport in December 2014.
I just graduated from school, they brought me to a terminal, we was told we had 7 days with them before hired. 2 days later after being there, they gave us all an evaluation. Unfortunately I didn't pass because according to the instructor he said I hit the curb witch I didnt, he also said I used improper lane change and grinded a little bit. Which I did because I'm right out of school but I'm showing improvement , so they failed me , sent me home and I had to find my own way. Also told me I can call a recruitor and go to there school it will cost me and I would have to sign a 1 year contract
- They ask about NY previous life Answer Question
Other Interview Reviews for Roehl Transport
Truck Driver InterviewAccepted OfferEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Roehl Transport (Marshfield, WI) in July 2012.
You will first complete your very long online application. In about 3 days I had a phone call from a recruiter she informed me she would send me some paperwork to fill out and I had to send it back. THEY ARE NOT KIDDING ABOUT THE PAPERWORK. I had a stack of paperwork that took me hours to complete. They want every detail about your work experience and DETAILED explanations about unemployed time. Do not lie at all they do verify and if a place refuses to verify you will be faxing in your w-2's for them. By the end of your packet your eyes may bleed for how many times you wrote the same information over and over again. Once the recruiter receives it they will call you and figure out a date for you to start orientation, they will bus you to the hotel. NOTE if you are going to school their and you want to finance that is another form and your credit score must be high enough, if you are going to school you WILL have to pay for your lodging and you are fully responsible for your own transportation they will not take you to and from the yard that is only for experienced drivers. So you better make friends with someone who brought their car if you aren't driving there.
- No interview questions, if your license and background check is clean you are almost guaranteed you will get in, they need drivers Answer Question
There is no negotiation it is a set pay scale depending on your experience and if you go dry van, reefer, or flat bed.