Jim Bender

Jim Bender Inc based in Omaha, NE is hiring CDL Truck Drivers, and Owner Operators for Local, and Regional truck driving jobs.  Jim Bender Trucking is a medium sized carrier that provides Dry Van, Refrigerated, and Container Services to customers in the Midwest and Southeast.  Drivers for Jim Bender can earn up to $70,000 per year with excellent home time.  We offer a competitive pay scale, full benefit package including 401K.  Apply Now for a truck driving job with Jim Bender Inc.

Jim Bender Truck Driver and Owner Operator Jobs

Jim Bender Driver Requirements

Class A CDL and 23 years old or older with 2+ years of recent tractor trailer experience.

Good MVR no more than 4 tickets in the past 3 years, and no serious violations in the past 3 years.  No DOT preventable accidents in the last 3 years.  No DUI / DWI’s in the past 3 years

Hiring States – GA, IA, KS, MO, SC

Jim Bender Company  Drivers

Jim Bender is hiring Solo Drivers Company truck drivers for the following:

Local Home Daily – Containers – Brunswick, and Savannah, GA – Drivers must have 2+ years experience and a TWIC card.  Will pick up containers in Brunswick, GA and mainly take to the port in Savannah, GA; May also take some loads to ports in Charleston, SC and Jacksonville, FL.

Regional Drivers – Omaha, NE (150 radius of Omaha) – Will deliver loads to customers in the Midwest and the Northeast.

Competitive pay scale depending on account or experience. Full Benefit package including medical insurance, vision, dental, disability insurance, and 401K.

Jim Bender Owner Operators

Jim Bender is hiring Owner Operators for Local Containers.

Local Home Daily – Containers – Brunswick, and Savannah, GA – Drivers must have 2+ years experience and a TWIC card.  Will pick up containers in Brunswick, GA and mainly take to the port in Savannah, GA; May also take some loads to ports in Charleston, SC and Jacksonville, FL.

We provide Weekly Settlements, Paid Tolls and Scales, Fuel Card, discounts on fuel, and tires at approved truck stops nationwide. Trucks must meet DOT inspection.