GORDON TRUCKING Truck Driving Jobs        Gordon Trucking Truck Driving Jobs

Gordon Trucking based in Pacific, WA has Truck Driving Jobs for CDL Truck Drivers, and Owner Operators.  Gordon Trucking was established in 1946 and today GTI operates 11 terminals and 2,000 trucks nationwide delivering our freight to customers. Gordon Truck Drivers can pull dry van, reefer, or heavy haul trailers either dedicated, regional, or OTR trucking.  Apply Now for a truck driving job with Gordon by selecting our logo or name above.

We have been fortunate to have received many awards for service and safety from both our customers and the trucking industry including: "Safest U.S. Carrier".  We provide excellent benefits and home time for our driver associates

Gordon Trucking Truck Driver Jobs for Truck Drivers

Gordon Driver Requirements

Class A CDL and 21 years old with 6 months OTR experience in the past 3 years.

Good MVR no more than 3 tickets in the past 3 years, No more than 3 minor Non DOT accidents in the past 3 years, No DUI / DWI's in the past 5 years

Hiring States - AL, AZ, AR, CA, CO, FL, GA, ID, IL, IN, IA, KS, KY, LA, MI, MN, MS, MO, MT, NE, NV, NM, NC, OH, OK, OR, PA, SC, TN, TX, UT, VA, WA, WV, WI

Gordon Company Truck Drivers

Gordon is hiring company truck drivers for the following truck driver jobs:

Dedicated truck driving jobs, Midwest Regional, West Coast Regional, Temperature Control, Heavy Haul, and OTR

Home Time varies by position or region.  Regional drivers can be home weekly.  Local, and Dedicated drivers are home more.  OTR Truck Drivers are out 14+ days

Competitive pay scale based on experience and region.  Sign on Bonus available on some positions.  Full Benefit package the 1st day after 90 days employment.

Gordon Owner Operators

Gordon is hiring Owner Operators interested in pulling Dry Van, or Reefer trailers.

As an Owner Operator for us we pay $.90 cpm plus current fuel surcharge on all miles plus additional stop pay.

We also provide paid plates, permits, fuel card and fuel savings at approved truck stops nationwide.  Trucks must meet DOT inspection, and be 10 years old or newer.