Truck Driver, local oilfield sandhaul

Company Name:
Links Logistics
Driver Class A, North Denver Home Daily ($60K-70)
NEWS: According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), the U.S. is now on track to surpass Saudi Arabia in oil production by the year 2020. This increase in production is creating jobs, spurring economic growth, and enhancing our nation's energy security.
EXCELLENT PAY, percentage of the loads you haul! Links Logistics operates all across the Western US in various industries. In Brighton, Colorado, we're hauling Frac Sand for Oil Drilling companies, and business is tripling in size. Drivers needed!
Due to the explosive growth in the energy sector, Links Logistics is now adding 15 additional Class A Drivers based in Brighton, Co (to run trucks 24 hours per day). Teamwork, patience, and flexibility will make you the right candidate for these newly created position in a fleet that is PM'd 100% every week. The first step would be to fill out an application and you can find one online at www.linkslogistics.com
Class A CDL
Clean driving record
Consistent work history
Drivers are paid a percentage of the load you haul - generally from rail car to drilling location - which is all within a 2 or 3 hour radius of our shop in Brighton, CO. Drivers earn an average of $60-70,000 per year. So, it's local work in northern Colorado and gets you home daily throughout the year. Links Logistics offers Blue Cross Blue Shield Medical, Dental, Vision insurance, Paid Time Off, and 401K.
The first step is the application, fill one out online at www.linkslogistics.com. Or stop by the Terminal on Highway 85 in Brighton.
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The oil boom north of Denver is unique because it pays like an oil field, but keeps you near your family. If you want to be part of the US Energy Independence Revolution happening in Colorado, fill out an application. Stop by our Terminal on Highway 85 and Weld County Road 2 in Brighton, or go to www.linkslogistics.com.

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