Hunt Transportation takes pride in hiring the most professional truck drivers the industry has to offer. See our qualifications below.
- One year verifiable tractor trailer experience.
- Has acceptably passed the required company and D.O.T. physical, the required drug test, and the company in-truck driving test and otherwise meets D.O.T. requirements.
- Has a Class A CDL License and TWIC Card (or ability to obtain TWIC Card).
- Has a verifiable work history.
- Has attained the minimum age of 22 years.
- Has an acceptable driving record as reflected by MVR and PSP with no major preventable accident in the most recent five (5) years.
- No DUI or DWI convictions or positive drug screens or events in the past five (5) years.
- Be able to perform functions set forth in the job description.
Orientation Schedule and Pay
As part of the employment process, all applicants cleared for hire by Hunt Transportation will be required to attend truck driver orientation in Omaha, Nebraska. Transportation, lodging, meals, $85 per orientation day (3) and $100 per securement training day (4) will be paid to company drivers upon successful completion of orientation and training. Owner Operators will be reimbursed for bobtailing, receive meals, hotel accommodations and $500 training bonus upon completion of orientation and training.
Truck Driver Orientation
Truck driver orientation will be held in Omaha, Nebraska and will occur over seven (7) days.
- The pre-work screen has been developed to assess a driver’s ability to perform the physical tasks required to be an over the road professional truck driver. All Hunt Transportation drivers must pass the pre-work screen to be eligible to drive for our company. Upon completion of the drug screen and pre-work screen, you will proceed with your DOT physical, then on to orientation. Click here to watch the pre-work screen video.
- In the classroom, our drivers get introduced to Hunt’s mobile technology, a trip planning refresher, a review of safety guidelines and cargo securement designed to keep you, and those with whom you share the road, safe.
- Drivers will go through a pre-trip inspection, coupling/uncoupling procedure and a road course to make sure you are ready to drive the open road.
All Owner/Operators will need to bring their trucks to orientation for vehicle inspection.