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BT Construction & Trucking LLC Over the Road Driver (OTR Driver) in MITCHELL, South Dakota

OTR Temperature-Controlled Professional Driver (Refrigerated freight)BT Construction and Trucking, LLC located in Mitchell, SD is a family-owned trucking company that offers trucking services in: OTR temperature-controlled freight, general freight, road construction projects, and agriculture. iIf you are looking for a company where you are not just a number, come be part of our team. We offer great miles and excellent home time. We understand that time with your family is important, so we work to fit a schedule that works with you as well as the company. Please call Brad at 605-999-7248 for more information.We are currently seeking a qualified OTR Temperature Controlled Professional to haul refrigerated and dry van freight throughout the Midwest, South, Southwest, and Northwest. No Northeast.Starting Wage: $0.42 - $0.50 per odometer mile DOE and benefits selected (read from ELD).Average miles: 2500 i 2750 miles per weekOur drivers make on average $1400 per week their first year. Thatis $72,500 per year as a W2 company driver. These numbers can be easily increased by a hard runner.Added Bonus:$1500 Sign on bonus i Payment 1 of 4 paid on first payrollPaid Orientation ($250) - Paid on first payrollMonthly Safety and Performance bonus: $0.02 per mile i Paid monthlyMileage bonus (12,000 + per month): $0.02 per mile i Paid monthlyClean DOT inspection bonus (Level 1 $100, Level 2 $75, Level 3 $50 ea.)Detention pay (after 2 hrs.) guaranteed on every load on both PU and DELLayover pay ($225.00)Stop pay ($100 ea. Additional pick / drop)On the Road Reset pay ($175 for each 34-hr. reset completed away from home)Daily Meal Per Diem ($66 / day non-taxable)Cell phone allowance ($520 / year non-taxable)Equipment:2014 and newer KW / Freightliner / Volvo trucksExtremely well-maintained equipmentPower inverter in all trucksXM radio paidAPU on some trucksPre-Pass Tolls system in all trucks53i refrigerated trailersBenefits:Health Ins. (Blue Cross) Paid vacation i 1 Week after 90 days, 2 weeks after 2 years, 3 weeks after 5 yearsRetirement @ 3% matchHoliday Pay i 6 per yearReview after 90 days, then annually there afterDirect DepositExcellent home time (2 days off) with flexible out time i 5-7 days out, 7-10 days out, 10-14 days out or run a month out if you choose. We work with you for the home time you want.No hazmat99% No touch freight to driverRequirements:3 years verifiable OTR Experience minimumPass DOT physicalPass DOT drug testNo drug or alcohol violations in the last 5 yearsHave or obtain a FMSCA Drug and Alcohol Clearing House accountClean MVR (No moving violations in last 3 years)Good CSA scoreTanker Endorsement helpful but not requiredLive within 200-mile radius of Mitchell, SD (preferred) Come be part of a team where you are treated with the RESPECT you deserve.Contact Brad at 605-999-7248 Some heavy and tractor-trailer truck drivers plan their own routes. Heavy and tractor-trailer truck drivers transport goods from one location to another. Most tractor-trailer drivers are long-haul drivers and operate trucks with a gross vehicle weight (GVW) capacity of more than 26,000 pounds. These drivers deliver goods over intercity routes, sometimes spanning several states. Duties Heavy and tractor-trailer truck drivers typically do the following: * Drive long distances * Report to a dispatcher any incidents encountered on the road * Follow all applicable traffic laws * Secure cargo for transport, using ropes, blocks, chains, or covers * Inspect their trailers before and after the trip, and record any defects they find * Maintain a log of their working hours, following all federal and state regulations * Report serious mechanical problems to the appropriate personnel * Keep their trucks and associated equipment clean and in good working order Most heavy and tractor-trailer truck drivers' routes are assigned by a dispatcher, but some independent drivers still plan their own routes. When planning routes, drivers must take into account any road res