Schneider yesterday announced the company is increasing pay for tanker drivers.
According to a press release from Schneider, most company tanker drivers will earn an additional 8 to 10 percent per mile (loaded and unloaded) which is an average increase of $4,000 per year. The pay raise comes less than a month after Schneider announced a $0.10½ per mile compensation increase for tanker owner-operators.
Schneider says that the in addition to “providing consistent pay of up to $81,000 per year for tanker drivers,” the company offers great benefits and flexibility.
Unlike many other tanker jobs, 2/3 of all Schneider’s loads are nonhazardous.
“More chemical shippers use Schneider because of our drivers’ industry-leading performance,” noted George Grossardt, vice president and general manager of Schneider’s Bulk division. “They deliver a superior experience for our customers and drive their success, and we believe it’s important to reward that level of expertise.”
The company is seeking experienced drivers, recent graduates and OOs. Visit www.schneiderjobs.com to learn more and apply online or call 800-44-PRIDE (800-447-7433).
One of the largest truckload carriers in North America, Schneider has been the top choice of safety-minded drivers for nearly 80 years. With over 75 percent of its drivers getting home weekly or better, Schneider provides professional opportunities that meet the work-life balance needs of today’s drivers and owner-operators.
Schneider is a $3.6 billion company and is ranked a top-paying carrier by the National Transportation Institute while being nationally recognized for its support of current and former military personnel. For more information about Schneider career opportunities, visit www.schneiderjobs.com. You can also connect with Schneider on Facebook at www.facebook.com/jobsatschneider or follow on Twitter @schneiderjobs.