Venture Transport jobs

Lafayette, IN
$1,500 a week
Home Daily Yard Driver! Only CDL positions available Make up to $1,500 weekly! OT after 40, can work 50+ hours per week... Read More
Catawba, SC
$1,300 a week
Home Daily! Drivers average $1,000-$1,300 Late-model equipment Industry-leading benefits: Affordable medical, dental, vision,... Read More
Lafayette, IN
$25.75 an hour
Home Daily! Pay Rate: $25.75/hr+ Mulitple shifts available Monday-Friday, optional Saturday work available Shuttle runs OT... Read More
Mount Olive, IL
$1,600 a week
Home Weekly $1,600 weekly gross average Monday - Friday Paid orientation Late-model equipment Industry-leading benefits:... Read More
Lafayette, IN
$1,800 a week
All dry van, mostly drop & hook Up to $1,800 Weekly Weekly attendance bonus OT after 40, can work 50+ hours per week Mileage or... Read More
Fenton, MO
$1,350 a week
Daily Home Time $1,250 - $1,350 per week Monday - Friday, occasional Saturdays Dedicated customer freight Dry van, no-touch... Read More
Hartford City, IN
$1,400 a week
Home Daily! $1,300 - 1,400 weekly drivers average Multiple shift options available Paid orientation Late-model equipment... Read More
Clarksville, IN
$1,500 a week
Home Weekly and Regional runs available $1,500+ weekly Monday-Friday (12-14 hour days) Late-model equipment Industry-leading... Read More
Belleville, IL
$1,350 a week
Daily Home Time $1,250 - $1,350 per week Monday - Friday, occasional Saturdays Dedicated customer freight Dry van, no-touch... Read More
Columbus, OH
$1,437 a week
Home Daily! $1,300-$1,500 per week Dedicated Freight - Day Cab/Dry Van Monday - Friday CDL-A positions available Mileage and... Read More
Chambersburg, PA
$78,000 a year
Hourly spotter positions available! Home daily! Weekly Gross: $1400 - $1500 Monday-Friday, typical box plant hours (early... Read More
Henderson, KY
$78,000 a year
Dedicated Regional Home Weekly or Bi-Weekly (depending on location) $1,500-$1,800 weekly average $78,000 annually 100% no touch... Read More
Fort Wayne, IN
$2,000 - $2,200 a week
Home Weekly! $2,000-$2,200 per week $105-$115 per year This position requires unloading with a pallet jack at each stop All dry... Read More
Columbus, OH
$78,000 a year
Dedicated Regional Home Weekly or Bi-Weekly (depending on location) $1,500-$1,800 weekly average $78,000 annually 100% no touch... Read More
Indianapolis, IN
$78,000 a year
Dedicated Regional Home Weekly or Bi-Weekly (depending on location) $1,500-$1,800 weekly average $78,000 annually 100% no touch... Read More
Cayuga, IN
$78,000 a year
Dedicated Regional Home Weekly or Bi-Weekly (depending on location) $1,500-$1,800 weekly average $78,000 annually 100% no touch... Read More
Chicago, IL
$78,000 a year
Dedicated Regional Home Weekly or Bi-Weekly (depending on location) $1,500-$1,800 weekly average $78,000 annually 100% no touch... Read More
Louisville, KY
$78,000 a year
Dedicated Regional Home Weekly or Bi-Weekly (depending on location) $1,500-$1,800 weekly average $78,000 annually 100% no touch... Read More
Cincinnati, OH
$78,000 a year
Dedicated Regional Home Weekly or Bi-Weekly (depending on location) $1,500-$1,800 weekly average $78,000 annually 100% no touch... Read More
Indianapolis, IN
$2,000 - $2,200 a week
Home Weekly! $2,000-$2,200 per week $105-$115 per year This position requires unloading with a pallet jack at each stop All dry... Read More

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Finding the right diesel mechanic job requires careful consideration of various factors. Research potential employers’ reputation and culture, evaluate compensation packages, and confirm that long-term growth and advancement opportunities fit with your career goals. Other factors to consider include: your own level of experience, skill and industry specialization vs the job requirements; CDL license requirements; tool requirements; location; training and professional development opportunity; work schedule, flexibility and work-life balance. For key considerations for finding a job as a heavy-duty truck diesel mechanic or technician, visit our Diesel Mechanic Job Resources.

Diesel mechanic certifications represent an industry recognized level of knowledge and expertise in a particular area of diesel engine diagnosis, repair or maintenance. These advanced certifications are offered by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) and enhance a mechanic’s skill set and positively impact their qualifications and salary. Certifications may be obtained in specific areas such as gasoline and diesel engines, drive trains, brakes, suspension and steering, electronics, HVAC and preventative maintenance. For a listing of ASE certifications available specifically for heavy-duty truck mechanics, visit our Diesel Mechanic Job Resources.