Schneider hauls freight and lots of it. In fact, our drivers move nearly 11,000 loads each day. We carry merchandise and materials for two-thirds of the Fortune 500 companies — meaning we have a direct impact on the economy. If our trucks stopped moving, the loads wouldn’t be delivered. And if you went to the store to pick something up, chances are it wouldn’t be there. Bottom line: We keep the country moving and deliver the standard of living you’ve come to expect.
How we operate
Schneider is built to last. We remain stable and strong because we conduct our business with the utmost respect for our associates, our customers and the world around us.
- We offer our associates competitive pay and comprehensive benefits, challenge them to follow career paths that excite them and celebrate victories with them.
- We promise our customers honesty, integrity and an unwavering commitment to get the job done right.
- We respect the world around us by operating in an environmentally-friendly manner. We are continually striving to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve fuel efficiency.
Schneider is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate in hiring, or in any other employment related decision, on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, age, gender, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status or any other classification protected by law.
Schneider is also proud to be ISO 9002 certified. ISO 9000 is a series of international standards for quality assurance systems. Basically, it means that Schneider is officially considered a world-class organization.
Where we’re located
Schneider operates 168 facilities worldwide (160 in the US, 5 in Canada, 1 in Mexico and 2 in China). The biggest is our corporate headquarters in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Freight. Miles. Respect.
Those are just a few of the reasons drivers like you choose Schneider. Join the fleet with the safest, most respected drivers in the industry and you’ll find dozens more.
More driving options - choose the one that fits your needs
- Over-the-Road: Enjoy the freedom of the open road
- Team: Hit the road with a friend and earn big
- Regional: Stay close to home and get the miles you want
- Dedicated: Run familiar lanes with consistent freight
- Intermodal: Offering local and regional driving positions to and from the rail yards
- Tanker: Haul for the leader in liquide bulk transportation
- Part-time: Pick the days and hours you want to drive
More reasons professional drivers choose Schneider:
Enjoy access to one of the largest freight bases in the industry. Our diverse customer base will keep your truck moving and making money year-round.
“Schneider has a great business relationship with our customers. They've always kept me moving. Every customer has their slow periods, but Schneider has always found me something to keep me busy during those times.” - Travis Eversole, Schneider Dedicated driver
We believe drivers should go big; then go home. Over 75% of our drivers get home weekly or more. That means you'll get the miles you need and the home time you deserve.
We think you'll be pleasantly surprised by our insurance options, 401(k) plan and more.
Nearly one-third of Schneider's 10,000 trucks are brand new. A well-maintained fleet means less down time for you, fewer CSA inspections and more available time doing the job you love.
We genuinely care about your safety and the safety of those on the road with you. Nothing we do is worth hurting ourselves or others.
“I work with some good people here who have drivers’ interests at heart. And their motto of ‘Safety First and Always’ has resonated with me each and every day since I started.” - Bob Wyatt, OTR driver
Get in the driver's seat. Find a driving job near you.
Upgrade to independence.
As an owner-operator with Schneider, you’ll have the freedom of running your own business, plus the backing of large, stable company.
Schneider owner-operators have exclusive access to one of the largest freight bases in the industry. For those on the Percentage Lease, it means you have plenty of options to choose from so you can make the decisions that are best for your business. For those on the Mileage Lease, it means we will keep you moving, ensuring optimum utilization.
Business Consulting Services
At Schneider, we make it our business to help your business succeed. That’s why we provide business consulting services through ATBS. They’ll help with taxes, accounting, bookkeeping and more. These services are free to Van Truckload and Tanker owner-operators for the first six months of your lease.
Maximum Purchase Power
Save on operating expenses with Schneider’s Purchase Power Program. In fuel alone, you can save up to $.10 per gallon at the pump through negotiated truck stop chains — plus a supplemental $.10 discount on fuel purchased in California, Oregon, Arizona and Washington — in addition to our fuel surcharge program. You’ll also get discounts on tractors, tires, insurance, maintenance and more.
Protect your livelihood and save DOT inspection time by leasing with a CSA-compliant carrier. We will conduct a free inspection of your tractor before you start, followed by quarterly inspections to help prevent violations and ensure your equipment stays in safe condition.
In this tight credit environment, Schneider Finance offers low or no money down programs to help you lease or purchase a truck spec'd for both Van and Tanker.
Be your own boss and find a lease opportunity near you.
The opportunities are endless.
Schneider is so much more than orange trucks. We’re a team of dynamic individuals working together to make a difference in an industry that impacts the world. We know that sounds too good to be true, but it’s not.
We’re proud to offer a variety of positions in different departments and different locations. Pick a place to start; then grow from there!
- Transportation Management
- Customer Service
- Facilities and Security
- Finance and Accounting
- Human Resources
- Information Technology
- Sales and Marketing
- Supply Chain and Logistics
Schneider has nearly 10,000 tractors in its fleet. Needless to say, it takes one skilled team of mechanics to keep all those vehicles out on the road.
We're always looking for the most knowledgeable, professional mechanics to keep our equipment in top working order. Without our maintenance crew, the trucks would stop running. And if the trucks stop running, loads don't get delivered and the economy slows down. Bottom line: we need diesel mechanics like you to keep the country moving.
“Our mission is to provide state-of-the-art shops, technology and ongoing training to allow associates to be the best they can be. Maintenance associates play a vital role in the success of our company. A core principle is to provide them what they need to get the job done right and ensure they have the support, resources and respect they have earned and deserve.” - Rob Reich, Vice President, Schneider Maintenance
Schneider operates over 8.5 million square feet of warehouse facilities. We specialize in high-volume distribution for mass merchant retailers — meaning we process a lot of goods in a fast-paced warehouse environment. You’ll enjoy using leading technology to get the job done more efficiently as you work together with your team to meet your goals.
- Facility Manager
- Office Manager
- Warehouse Supervisor
- Forklift Operator
- Customer Service Representative
Whatever your experience level, whatever drives you, our positions behind the trucks offer room to grow and the chance to develop a career that you’ll take pride in!
We want you in our ranks.
Let the experience you’ve gained and the benefits you’ve earned in the military open the door to a new career with Schneider. Your disciplined approach and work ethic makes you a great candidate for Schneider and someone we’d be proud to call one of our own.
Schneider's Military Program Highlights
- Guaranteed home time for weekend drill and annual training - no vacation time required
- Apprenticeship Program — Use GI Bill benefits to receive tax-free educational benefit checks
- Training, mentoring and purchasing power to help you become an owner-operator truck driver
- Outstanding pay and comprehensive benefits
- Extended benefits and differential pay if deployed for up to 18 months
- Flexible, but predictable work schedules and a better work-life balance
- Opportunities available across the U.S.
Schneider is one of the nation’s largest, most-recognized employers of military personnel. We are proud to let our record speak for itself:
- Ranked #10 GI Jobs Top 100 Military Friendly Employers
- Named 2014 Most Valuable Employer (MVE) Winner by Civilianjobs.com
- Top 35 Veteran Employer by Military.com
- HireVetsFirst employer ESGR (Employer Support for Guard & Reserve) 5-Star employer
- Sponsor of Enlisted Association of National Guard of the United States (EANGUS) Al Schneider Award
- Inaugural winner of the Department of Defense Freedom Award
- Proud supporter of AW2 (Army Wounded Warrior Program)
Thank you for serving our country. Now it’s time to see some of it!
- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I have been working at Schneider full-time (More than a year)RecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEORecommendsPositive OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Fast paced, lots of opportunities to move around. Management (where I work, anyways) listens to "the trenches" when it comes to process improvement, allowing ambitious associates to cultivate a portfolio of effective "cost-savings" decisions. Pay is OK if you're younger or have minimal debt/responsibility.
I also really like the approachability of middle and upper management where I work. They come to us regularly for insight into an issue, we can go to them for advice/resources and it allows us as a unit to effectively service our customer (and that makes everyone's lives easier).
Resources to do my job are at most times more-than-adequate. It is not difficult to report an IT/software issue and have the situation rectified or at least made visible to the owning parties. Profit sharing is cool (I'd rather have OT). Benefits exist.... I've had better and had far worse so I can't bash too hard.
Extremely clique-y. You could have the reasoning capacity of a fern, but if your manager likes you; you don't have to worry and they'll even stick up for you when you fail miserably at your job and are being called out on it regularly by coworkers and customers.
If you're the 'ambitious associate' I mentioned in Pros, guess what? You get to roll out pilot programs, you're the one tasked to fit in extra 'projects' into an already ridiculously busy day. Corporate policy (like no OT) means you get to figure out how 10 hours of work turns into an 8 hour day and make all parties involved happy. Often, I feel as though I made a huge mistake in being good at my job. If I did the bare minimum and just met my metrics and didn't apply any critical thinking skills; I could be making just as much money but with half the stress involved.
No formalized training for office associates, you get to learn on the fly and all through "Tribal knowledge" and if that doesn't line up with "the process" you will hear about it (Even though it's what everyone else does). Basically, you learn when you mess up, which can be a traumatic/uncomfortable experience for some. This is even worse on the temps, who get maybe a few hours' of instruction on a mind-numbing task, and are set up to do that indefinitely until they quit, the manager asks for them to be reassigned, they're hired FT (which seems to be that pot of gold at the end of the rainbow for most temps even though the staffer, Kelly Services boasts something like 90% FT placement of temps) or they are just outright terminated through the staffer. I've befriended several temps who, based on experience (upwards of a year for many) and feedback in interviews were confident of a job offer and told they fit the bill, BUT oh! Turns out they offered that job to a preexisting Full-timer who was just tired of their current position! Doesn't matter what they do or do not know about the role; if they have any credibility with the group making the hiring decision, they're in and the temp is soon thereafter notified that their contract with Schneider is slated to end soon thereafter. I see it as a bit of a slap in the face, since many temps bust their butts to stand out and get hired on.
Advice to Management
Recognize the work your temps do and identify your in-house problem-children and deal accordingly... You folks go through temps like nobody's business.. maybe have the courage to identify and eliminate/encourage reassignment to associates that cause issues/frustrations with customers and teammates.. I am regularly amazed by the work ethic/character of a temp versus a FT employee... You have a bunch of tenured associates who have been doing basically the same thing for 10 years and don't care or don't bother to learn....how do you not notice that? I don't remember "Just getting by" being a part of the Mission statement or Core Values.
Offer some incentive to the innovate! If I save you x amount of dollars per day/load on identifying a process improvement, why can I not be compensated (x-5) or something? I feel like I am in a position that my decisions and process steps take a direct role in saving/losing money for a customer or the company... Critical thinking skills apply! Something that is in hot demand in all fields! Why is it I cannot be more adequately/directly recognized/rewarded for my efforts, while, for example a similarly placed associate who does the bare minimum gets the same cut as me. They benefit from the actions of the people you should want at your company, while making poor decisions and increasing the workload for associates that have a measure of efficacy in resolving situations plus inducing a customer to associate us with crappy/ineffectual service.
I am giving a low rating on "Culture and Values" as I think you fail miserably at practicing what you preach in the office setting. The way the "respect for all" value often usurps the values of "integrity in every action" and "excellence in what we do" is alarming. Quite frankly, at a ground level, "respect for all" is not exhibited. Integrity is not in every action as demonstrated in my previous statements about your tenured associates that just don't care or don't bother to care.
Yet if someone is called out on [more or less] failing the "integrity" and "excellence" values and are called out on it by coworkers (because it duplicates work, causes rework or creates a whole new situation) they are entitled to say their "respect" is violated. Stop playing favorites.
Keep up the great accessibility/comm flow of management-CS ... It's needed for us 'critical thinkers'... we can't put the puzzle together without us each bringing our pieces!
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 5 days – interviewed at Schneider (Green Bay, WI) in May 2015.
Initial phone interview, then in-person 3-step interview. I arrived on site and spoke with two managers who asked a series of behavioral based questions. Then I spoke with another gentleman who was higher up in the company. I was asked more broad questions about my experience and what I was looking for. Finally I had a chance to sit on the sales floor and observe day-to-day operations.
- All the interview questions were behavioral based. All were challenging. 1 Answer
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