Federal truck driving jobs

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Federal Logistics founded in 1913, is one of America’s leading general freight carrier companies. The company has attended customers in several parts of USA such as Indiana, Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin, Kentucky, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, etc. with their supply needs.

Federal Logistics is one of the top 5 bookers and shipper for Allied Van Lines and has branches in Milwaukee, WI, Waukegan, IL, Peoria, IL, Bloomington, IL, Champaign, IL, etc. The company also has locations inside 500 miles of 65% of the United States population, which enables them to distribute the merchandise among the customers within the ordered date. Federal Logistics also offers same day and next day deliveries, high value goods, TL and LTL sized moves and door to Door supplies.

Few locations of Federal Logistics

Listed are some of the locations of Federal Logistics in USA

  • Milwaukee, WI
  • Waukegan, IL,
  • Peoria, IL
  • Bloomington, IL
  • Champaign, IL
  • Decatur, IL
  • And St Louis, MO

Federal truck driving jobs  

The truck drivers are expected to perform the below listed activities.  

  • Federal Logistics truckOperate trucks safely in accordance with Motor Carrier Safety Regulations
  • Load and unload trailers
  • Collect the returns and complete logs and other paperwork associated with deliveries
  • Deliver the company products to retailers’ stores safely
  • The driver should have the readiness to work in areas requiring exposure to varying temperatures
  • Work during the weekend or holidays whenever required.
  • Establish healthy interpersonal relationships with co-workers
  • Follow policies and regulations formulated by Federal Logistics Sales

Truck Driver Qualifications

  • Valid Class A Commercial Driver’s License (CDL)
  • Minimum age should be 21years
  • Should have at least 2 years of experience
  • Should not have met with accident in the recent years.

Truck Driver Benefits

The truck drivers (owner operators) in Federal logistics enjoy the following benefits

  • Sign on Bonus
  • Monthly Bonus
  • Mileage Bonus
  • Health Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Plan
  • Life Insurance
  • Retirement Plan / 401K

Truck Driver Salary

The truck drivers in FLS earn an average salary between $50k -$70k.

Apply for a truck driver job in Federal Logistics

Click on the following link to apply for truck driving career at Federal Logistics

http://www.federalcompanies.com/careers/

Company standing

Employee reviews suggest that Federal Logistics is a good place to start your career. 25% of employees are willing to recommend the company to their friends

Pros of working in the company are

  • Opportunities for career advancement
  • Flexible schedule, dress-code
  • Good compensations and employee benefits

And the cons include

  • Hard and fasted paced work
  • Poor Management

Truck Driver Sample Resume

Here is a sample truck driver’s resume

Jones

Some town

Email: [email protected]

OBJECTIVES

Searching for a good company to utilize my skills to the fullest and provide value & good service for customers.

KEY QUALIFICATIONS

  • Over 2 years of experience of truck/trailer driving as CDL Class A truck driver
  • Driving record proves adherence to all Federal DOT regulations
  • Deep knowledge about highway traffic laws applicable to heavy traffic.

KEY ACCOMPLISHMENTS
• Achieved customer satisfaction to 100% by making deliveries on time

  • Decreased the transportation costs by discovering short routes..
    • Was rewarded with bonus for excellent driving practices and minimal accidents.

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

  • Freight Delivery
  • Loading/Unloading
  • Trailer Attachment
  • GPS Navigation
  • Night Driving
  • Truck Lever Operation
  • Pre and Post Trip Inspection
  • Route Coordination

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

XYZ Company – 2009 to 2012

Truck Driver – Responsibilities:

  • Collect and supply assigned goods promptly on daily basis regardless of road and weather conditions
    • Collect cash for deliveries whenever required
    • Practice high quality customer care protocol and convey the complaints to the management immediately
    • Maintain vehicle service, fueling and delivery records updated
  • Load and unload the truck/trailer
  • Pack the goods safely
  • Inspect the vehicle to keep track of fuel efficiency
  • Followed driving regulations and parking rules

ABC Company – 2012 to present

Delivery Driver Assistant -Responsibilities:

  • Organized route schedule and assisted the driver in navigation
  • Assisted the driver during long trips by relieving him every 2- 3 hours
  • Checked the trailer before departing for deliveries
  • Maintained the vehicles perfectly

EDUCATION & LICENSURE

  • High school graduate
  • Medical Examiner’s Certificate
  • CDL Class A‘ license
  • DOT certificate