CDL-A Company Tanker Drivers Get Home Most Days in Decatur, AL

This job opportunity is OPEN | Updated 8/5/2022 6:20:08 AM
J&M Tank Lines $2,000 Transition Bonus
 Decatur, AL
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Company Driver Tanker Regional 1-2 years

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CDL-A Company Tanker Drivers in Decatur, AL

Money in the Tank - Earn up to $1,800 per week

We have the best crew on wheels for a reason – our drivers get exactly the pay, benefits, and support they deserve. Now we’re looking for new teammates to join our ranks. Rest assured, at J&M, we always have something special in the tank.

We offer excellent opportunities for Class A Dry Bulk drivers seeking to strive and flourish in the transportation industry, focusing on their professional as well as personal development. No endorsements needed.

Tanker Driver Benefits:

  • Earn up to $1,800 per week
  • Pay varies by location - please contact a recruiter for additional information
  • $2,000 Transition Bonus - paid out in the first 90 days for drivers with pneumatic experience
  • Home Most Days
  • Out & Back Freight
  • Some Weekend Work possible, depending on our customers' needs
  • Paid Tanker Training - Orientation - We'll teach you haw to operate a tank
  • Great balance of home time, pay, and benefits
  • Paid Vacations and Holidays
  • 401(k) with company percentage match
  • Performance and referral bonuses
  •  Medical, Vision, and Dental Insurance, starting as low as $10.99 per week
  • Weekly pay and many other great benefits
  • Feel like part of a team; Low driver to dispatch ratio (24 hour dispatch)
  • Late Model Equipment
  • No Tanker Endorsement Needed

Driver Requirements:

  • Class A CDL
  • 25 years old
  • Minimum 12 months verifiable tractor trailer experience
  • Live in or near Birmingham, Calera, Decatur, or Sylacauga, AL


In addition to the job benefits mentioned above, there are several other general advantages to truck driving jobs in Decatur. Trucking dominates the Alabama transportation industry, moving 75% of freight into, out of, and through the state. Alabama’s location in the Deep South along the Gulf of Mexico, along with its one major port, the Port of Mobile, make it an attractive base for truck drivers. Alabama’s interstate system provides direct routes across the south, including two interstates allowing Alabama truck drivers to cross virtually the entire US from east to west.



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CDL-A Company Tanker Drivers in Decatur, AL

Money in the Tank - Earn up to $1,800 per week

We have the best crew on wheels for a reason – our drivers get exactly the pay, benefits, and support they deserve. Now we’re looking for new teammates to join our ranks. Rest assured, at J&M, we always have something special in the tank.

We offer excellent opportunities for Class A Dry Bulk drivers seeking to strive and flourish in the transportation industry, focusing on their professional as well as personal development. No endorsements needed.

Tanker Driver Benefits:

  • Earn up to $1,800 per week
  • Pay varies by location - please contact a recruiter for additional information
  • $2,000 Transition Bonus - paid out in the first 90 days for drivers with pneumatic experience
  • Home Most Days
  • Out & Back Freight
  • Some Weekend Work possible, depending on our customers' needs
  • Paid Tanker Training - Orientation - We'll teach you haw to operate a tank
  • Great balance of home time, pay, and benefits
  • Paid Vacations and Holidays
  • 401(k) with company percentage match
  • Performance and referral bonuses
  •  Medical, Vision, and Dental Insurance, starting as low as $10.99 per week
  • Weekly pay and many other great benefits
  • Feel like part of a team; Low driver to dispatch ratio (24 hour dispatch)
  • Late Model Equipment
  • No Tanker Endorsement Needed

Driver Requirements:

  • Class A CDL
  • 25 years old
  • Minimum 12 months verifiable tractor trailer experience
  • Live in or near Birmingham, Calera, Decatur, or Sylacauga, AL


In addition to the job benefits mentioned above, there are several other general advantages to truck driving jobs in Decatur. Trucking dominates the Alabama transportation industry, moving 75% of freight into, out of, and through the state. Alabama’s location in the Deep South along the Gulf of Mexico, along with its one major port, the Port of Mobile, make it an attractive base for truck drivers. Alabama’s interstate system provides direct routes across the south, including two interstates allowing Alabama truck drivers to cross virtually the entire US from east to west.


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