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UBER - MONTREAL, QUEBEC
WHO WE ARE: Drive with Uber and get paid weekly in fares by helping our community of riders get around town. Driving with Uber is a great way to earn cash on your schedule. The more you drive, the more you can earn. It's simple and perfect for those looking ...
HUB CITY FISHERIES LTD. - NANAIMO, BC
Job Description Hub City Fisheries Ltd, is a fish plant located in Nanaimo, seeking for Truck drivers, Class 1 ability to load and unload clean and organize help driver. Truck ... 10 tons Flat deck Rifer ưagon Pay for cleaning $15 / hour Probation period 6 months Company Description Fish Plant in Nanaimo hiring for the position Truck Driver ...
DICOM GLS LOGISTICS SYSTEMS CANADA LTD - REGINA, SASKATCHEWAN
Job Description Are you passionate about transportation? Are you an EXPERIENCED DZ Driver? We are currently looking for an experienced Line Haul drivers for permanent positions in Regina/Saskatchewan Do you want to join a growing team? Are you looking for a (...
DRAKKAR - POINTE-CLAIRE, QUEBEC
LORNE MEALING - MOOSE JAW
PLATINUM TRANSIT - CHETWYND, BC
UNITED RENTALS - CHARLOTTETOWN, PE
2114776 ALBERTA INC. - EDMONTON, ALBERTA
ENTERPRISE RENT A CAR - ETOBICOKE, ON, M8Z 5E8
CASCADES - GUELPH, ON
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If you love driving down the open road with no one but yourself and the radio for company, then truck driver might be the career for you! Truck drivers work across a wide range of industries and are responsible for the safe transportation of goods and materials locally and over long distances.
Driving a truck is a physically and mentally demanding position. Drivers must be able to sit for long periods of time and be able to respond to changing weather and road conditions. They are often responsible for loading and unloading their trucks and may need to lift items that weigh 50 pounds or more. Drivers are also responsible for regular safety inspections of their trucks. They need knowledge of the best way to properly pack a truck and secure loads. Regular and accurate record keeping is another must, along with in depth knowledge of local, provincial and international highway safety regulations and laws.
The average salary for open Truck Driver jobs is currently $52,140, 59% lower than the national average salary for all jobs which is $124,280.
91% of the live vacancies are full-time, however 9% of them are part-time positions.
The standard deviation of salaries for the results of this search is 20,074.
The Adzuna recency index score for this search is 1.38, suggesting that demand for vacancies for Truck Driver roles in Canada is increasing.
93% of current opportunities are permanent, whereas 7% are contract jobs.
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