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#Detroit Chrysler Hiring at Southfield Job Fair July 30


JobFairGiant.com - Southfield/Detroit Job Expo on July 30, 2015

Chrysler Group LLC has openings for CDL Class A truck drivers. Drivers are needed to support same day dedicated routes through Michigan, Ohio, Indiana and Ontario, or to provide trailer transferring services between a dock and trailer holding area (switching/contact work) at a specific facility. About 90% of the loads Chrysler Group Transport hauls are "drop and hook" and don't require drivers to assist in the loading/unloading of the trailer.

Requirements include:

    Valid CDL Class A license
    Minimum 3 years of verifiable commercial driving experience (CDL A)
    High school diploma or equivalent
    Ability to work any of three shifts
    Ability to drive city, over the road (same-day routes), and provide on-site trailer transferring services
    No medical variance restrictions
    Clean motor vehicle report and accident free history (no DUI or OWI)
    Free And Secure Trade Endorsement (FAST) - condition of continued employment
    Active Hazmat/Hazardous Materials Endorsement
    Active Air Brake Qualified Endorsement
    49 CFR Safe Operations Regulations Knowledge
    Basic vehicle control skills
    Previous auto component hauling
    Introductory level computing skill sets
    Good communication skills
    Willingness to work in a team environment

Details at http://www.JobFairGiant.com

Meet and Interview with FCA recruiters at Southfield/Detroit Job Fair.
July 30, 2015
9am-3pm
1500 Town Center Drive, Southfield, MI

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