WANTED – CLASS A TRUCK DRIVERS

Alpha Petroleum Transport, Inc. has immediate positions available for Class A Truck Drivers with Tankers and Hazmat Endorsements specializing in the transportation of various petroleum products (i.e. Crude Oil, etc). We are looking for dedicated and qualified drivers willing to work hard and grow with us in our Bakersfield, Corona, and Santa Paula locations.

We are offering a signing bonus of $2,500 (conditions apply)

Class A Drivers Qualifications:

  • Possess a good work ethic, be honest, dependable and have good communication skills.
  • Be able to lift and perform physical duties.
  • Must have (2) years minimum driving with Class A license and experience in the field or similar position.
  • Good MVR

Benefits:

  • Full benefits package after 60 days of employment that includes Medical, Dental and Vision
  • 401K
  • Signing bonus of $2,500 (conditions apply)
  • Salary: $60,000.00 to $90,000.00+/year
**LOCAL DRIVER, REGIONAL DRIVER, LONG HAUL DRIVER**
Non-Excepted Interstate (NI) - You operate or expect to operate a CMV in interstate commerce and you meet the qualification requirements under Title 49, CFR, part 391. The license does not restrict the transport, origination, or destination of the load to be transported. Interstate commerce means trade, traffic, or transportation in the United States (U.S.) that is: Between a place in a state and a place outside of that state (including a place outside of the U.S.). Between two places in a state through another state or place outside of the U.S. Between two places in a state as part of trade, traffic, or transportation originating or terminating outside the state or the U.S.
You operate or expect to operate a CMV in intrastate commerce and you meet the qualification requirements under Title 49, CFR, part 391. The cargo and passengers must originate and end in California. While driving commercially you may not cross state or international borders. If you self-certify as operating NA, your CDL card and driver record will reflect a CDL Intrastate Only restriction (40/K).
Some states issue CDLs that do not require drivers to meet the qualifications outlined in Title 49, CFR, part 391. Those drivers are considered “excepted” drivers. California does not issue these types of CDLs. All drivers licensed by California to drive CMVs are non-excepted drivers.
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**must be valid two consecutive years or provide previous year**
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