Railroad Jobs in Oregon
Truck drivers earn up to $55,000 per year (Based on Experience) & get home daily in this Local Intermodal CDL driving position. Intermodal truck drivers haul 90% no-touch freight and travel within 200 miles of Portland, OR. A truck driver’s day begins and ends at the railroad yard ramps. Experienced truck drivers with 1 year experience Truck Driver Pay & Benefits Performance bonuses and rewards pr...
About the Position: Drivers are responsible for safely transporting railroad crews to their destination, while adhering to federal, state and local traffic laws, as well as PTI’s policies and procedures. We offer flexible schedules! Pay is based on a trip basis. Both full and part time positions are available! We are the ideal company for veterans, retirees, and those wanting to supplement their i...
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