Benefits Offered Vision, Medical, Life Insurance, 401k, Dental
Employment Type Full-Time
Want a semi dedicated run? Want to be home weekly? Want to be more than a number?
At Rollet Bros. Trucking, we can offer a semi dedicated run. You will travel primarily in Alabama. Arkansas, and Missouri. We can offer you to be home weekly, normally the weekends. WE will know you and your name!
Rollet Bros. Trucking is a dry bulk company offering steady, consistent miles on established runs. You will be paid on actual miles, averaging 3000 miles.
Safely operate a heavy or tractor-trailer truck
Load and unload cargo
Report any issues or incidents to dispatch
Inspect truck before and after trip
Previous experience in truck driving or other related fields
Commercial driver's license
Ability to handle physical workload
Strong work ethic
Rollet Bros offers a generous benefit package too!!! Health, life insurance, supplemental insurance, bonus program, holiday & vacation pay, 401K options with generous company match, referral bonus, clean inspection bonus.
Come join our family, offering steady, dedicated, and established routes.
Rollet Bros. Trucking Co. Inc.
Why Work Here?
Reliable home time, you are a name not a number, pay actual miles, great benefit package
Rollet Bros Trucking was started in 1958 with 5 trucks & has expanded to nearly 100 trucks on the road today. We operate in the Midwest area with primarily a 500 miles radius from terminal. We service the surrounding states of Missouri, as for north as Wisconsin, as far west as Kansas, and as far east as Indiana. We do not deliver to the east or west coasts. Rollet Bros largely haul dry bulk: 1⁄2” pebble, rock dust, grains, and lime products. These are delivered to the water treatment plants, feed mills, coal mines, steel mills. The trailers we haul are pneumatic, hoppers, and vans.
Rollet Bros offers health & life insurance benefits after 90 days, supplemental insurance, a safety bonus program, holiday & vacation pay & 401K options.
Drivers run between 2,500 (slow periods) to 3,400 (busy periods) per week with an average of 2,800 miles per week.
Regional drivers travel through the Midwest leaving Sunday afternoon or evening & returning Friday afternoon or evening (on occasion, returning Saturday morning). All drivers normally get a 34-hour restart every week.