Local Class A CDL Truck Driver Needed - Martinez, CA

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Continental Carbonic Products, Inc. specializes in the manufacture and distribution of dry ice and liquid carbon dioxide. The company is also the nation's largest distributor of dry ice blasting equipment.


Continental Carbonic maintains a reliable network of 40 dry ice distribution facilities located strategically throughout its service area. This integrated distribution network ensures that Continental Carbonic can quickly react to customers' needs.


Class A Local Delivery Driver


Starting pay is $25 per hour with a $2 per hour monthly safety bonus. 


* Must Be Willing to Obtain TWIC Card*


  • Dedicated regular customer base
  • Typical early morning start time (0300 to 1130)
  • Multipe Stops
  • Potential Layovers




  • CDL Class A license – fully current – current DOT long form physical and medical card 
  • Minimum 2 years’ experience in the type of truck hiring into OR 1 year experience with certification of accredited driving training.
  • Ability to push/pull/lift 60 lbs. repetitively, bending, twisting, etc.
  • Ability to operate an electric pallet jack
  • Ability to get in and out of truck for multiple deliveries, walk long distances, climb stairs
  • Ability to pass a DOT drug screening including MVR, PSP, DOT Physical and criminal background check 

Benefits for full time employees include Paid Vacation, Holidays, 401k, Group Insurance including Dental, Vision and Life, Wellness Benefit, Tuition Reimbursement, and Opportunities for Advancement.


For more information about our organization, visit our website at www.continentalcarbonic.com.


Continental Carbonic is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  All qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, national origin, or status as a qualified individual with a disability or protected veteran status.






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