Big Rock Transportation

Big Rock Transportation based in Mars Hill, ME was founded in 1983.  Big Rock Transportation is hiring Company Truck Drivers, and Owner Operators for High Pay Truck Driving Jobs across the Midwest, and Eastern U.S.  Big Rock drivers haul Dry, Refrigerated, Flatbed, and LTL freight.  As an Owner Operator for Big Rock you will earn 80% of the line haul revenue, plus 100% of the current fuel surcharge, and should average up to $220,000 per year.  Apply Now for a Company Driver job, or Owner Operator job with Big Rock Transportation.

Big Rock is a division of the Roadrunner Transportation group, which gives us access to more customers, fuel and repair discounts, and other advantages of being a part of the 100 fastest growing companies in the U.S.  We are fortunate to have a low driver turnover rate, which indicates that we take care of our drivers.

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Big Rock Driver  Requirements

Class A CDL and at least 24 years of age  with 6+ months of OTR experience in the last 3 years.

Good MVR no more than 3 tickets in the past 3 years, no serious violations; or 1 minor accident in the last 3 years, No DUI / DWI’s in the past 5 years

Hiring States – AR, CT, DC, IL, IN, IA, KS, KY, LA, ME, MD, MA, MI, MN, MO, NH, NJ, NY, NC, OH, OK, PA, RI, TN,  VT, VA, WV, WI

Big Rock Driver Compensation

Big Rock is hiring Solo Company Drivers, Owner Operators, and Fleet Owners for the following:

Regional, OTR Reefer Trailers

Company Drivers are paid 26% of the Revenue, plus company benefits.

Owner Operators are paid 80% of the line haul, plus the current fuel surcharge.  Owner Operators normally average between $4,500 – $5000 per week. No Forced Dispatch, run where you prefer.  Will normally have a choice of loads available to you.

Big Rock Transportation Benefits

We have a $1,000 Sign On Bonus for Company Drivers, and Owner Operators.  Big Rock offers competitive weekly pay for Owner Operators, fuel card, discounts on Tires and fuel up to $.45 cpg at fuel stops, and discounted insurance.

Trucks must meet DOT inspection, and preferably 10 years old or newer.