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13 days ago

Local Owner-Operator Port Dray Truck Driver

Schneider National Los Angeles, CA

No truck? No problem! Purchase a used fleet unit at a fraction of the average used retail rate. View our inventory at www.schneidertrucks.com… Schneider National


30+ days ago

Regional Intermodal Truck Driver

Schneider National Los Angeles, CA

Truck drivers earn up to $60,000 per year* and get weekly in this Regional Intermodal CDL driving position. Intermodal truckers haul freight… Schneider National


30+ days ago

Local Intermodal Truck Driver

Schneider National Los Angeles, CA

Truck drivers earn up to $60,000 per year* and get home daily in this Local Intermodal CDL driver position. Intermodal truck drivers haul… Schneider National


30+ days ago

Owner-Operator Truck Driver

Schneider National Los Angeles, CA

No equipment? No problem! We will help you acquire the equipment you need. Visit www.sfitrucks.com for details. Eligible CDL Driver Applicants… Schneider National


30+ days ago

Team Truck Driver

Schneider National Los Angeles, CA

Team truck drivers are among the highest compensated in Schneider’s fleet, with many drivers earning over $68,000 per year*. This trucker position… Schneider National


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    Don't believe intermodal recruiting advertised pay!!!!

    Current Employee - Inter-modal Driver in Los Angeles, CA
    Current Employee - Inter-modal Driver in Los Angeles, CA

    I have been working at Schneider full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    They are very flexible on hours and shifts, open 24/7. People seem real nice and easy to work with. My dbl is great and takes care of everything I need.

    Cons

    They are currently advertising for the intermodal division to make "upto 60k a year" when I came on a few months ago it was "Make up to 53.5k a year". So far I don't see how you can make upto either of those numbers. First I don't see the per load pay or cents per mile working out nor do I see the number of stops available in a day or night due to traffic or time constraints making it possible to reach those numbers.

    Advice to Management

    Tell your recruiters to stop with these lofty ads and be a lil more honest with the pay.


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