Jack Cooper Transport Joins Hireveterans.com

Jack Cooper Transport Joins Hireveterans.com the largest online job board for U.S. Veterans in an effort to help our nation’s veterans get back into the workforce.

 

Jack Cooper Transport Company, Inc services all of the major domestic and foreign automotive manufacturers and commercial shippers of pre-owned vehicles, providing a full range of transport distribution services, including truck-away, yard management, rail loading, auto lease and auctions. The company operates 36 terminals throughout the U.S. and Canada and over 1800 of the newest and best maintained trucks in the industry, with state-of-the-art strap technology. They haul over 2 million vehicles per year.

 

Auto Transportation Drivers Needed!

 

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Over the last 80 years, Jack Cooper has become well-known for their quality and performance; building a reputation for their dependability and integrity. They have over 2,000 employees nation-wide; and they are one of the few remaining transport companies with professional Teamster union drivers. The company is looking for Car Haul Drivers who want to join the elite team. Applicant’s must possess a Class A CDL with endorsements for operating a tractor/trailer with air brakes and have transportation experience for consideration. The ideal candidate is willing to work nights and/or slip seat operation when necessary, meet all background and MVR checks. FAST approved drivers will have priority.

 

Click Here To View And Apply To All Of Jack Cooper’s Available Positions!

 

 

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