Schneider

Schneider

Schneider Carrier Info

Schneider was formed in 1935 as the premier provider of truckload, intermodal and logistics services. The company is offering the broadest portfolio in the industry with solutions including Regional, Long-Haul, Expedited, Dedicated, Bulk, Intermodal, Brokerage, Cross-Dock Logistics, Supply Chain Management and Port Logistics. Due to the company’s strong organizational culture and values like integrity, quality and efficiency, Schneider has become one of North America's largest providers of truckload, intermodal and logistics services. The company is headquartered in Green Bay, Wis., and conducts business throughout North America and China. With a fleet of more than 9800 trucks and 49,000 trailers of Freightliner latest models, which are also equipped with APUs, Schneider enjoys the wide coverage area based on 27 terminal locations around USA. Few vehicles are of Peterbilt and Kenworth.

Schneider has been a great career development place for drivers. It is known for providing competitive pay and many benefits to its employees. The company offers various driving career opportunities including solo, team and owner operator driving jobs, for its different route types which include regional, OTR, dedicated, intermodal, part time and LTL.

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Trucking Jobs Available At Schneider

Identified through company’s own website and other reliable online resources, following truck driving jobs are offered by Schneider:

  • OTR
  • Team
  • Regional
  • Dedicated
  • Intermodal
  • Tanker
  • Part time

Schneider Pay Scale

Schneider pays truck drivers based on performance and rewards drivers who deliver the highest level of achievement. Exact pay rates vary by type of work and geography.

  • OTR: Average 600 miles per haul, Earn up to $73,000 dollars a year,
  • Team: 5,000-6,000 miles per week and over $70,000 per year
  • Regional: $48,000 – $68,000 a year, depending on experience and location
  • Dedicated: average up to 2,500 miles per week, $45,000 – $70,000 a year,
  • Intermodal: Up to $80,000 a year, plus performance rewards
  • Tanker: You will haul 2/3 non-hazardous loads, and earning up to $0.53 per mile, earn up to $79,500 per year
  • Part time: Based on how many days and hours you choose to work

Recent driving school graduates will be eligible for tuition reimbursement up to $6,000, at the rate of $150 per month (nontaxable), after 30 days of employment with Schneider.

Additional Perks for drivers working at Schneider

  • Health care
  • 401k
  • Paid vacations
  • Military leave
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Passenger program
  • Discounts program
  • Advantage Club membership
  • Detention and layover pay
  • Per diem pay

Schneider Minimum Hiring Qualifications

  • Not less than 21 years of age
  • Valid Class A Commercial Driver’s License (CDL)
  • Many positions will require or prefer Hazmat endorsement
  • May require living near a terminal, or in a particular state, depending on position.
  • Passport, FAST card or Enhanced CDL opens more opportunities
  • Some positions may require 3-6 months of experience.
  • Team drivers may be required to provide their own partner
  • Good employment history
  • No drug or alcohol offenses within 5 years, 1 in the last 7 years, 2 in a lifetime.

Schneider Hiring Areas

Schneider hires drivers out of all 48 states:

AL / AR / AZ / CA / CO / CT / DE / FL / GA / ID / IL / IN / IA / KS / KY / LA / ME / MD / MA / MI / MN / MS / MO / MT / NE / ND / NV / NH / NJ / NM / NY / NC / ND / OH / OK / OR / PA / RI / SC / SD / TN / TX / UT / VT / VA / WA / WV / WI / WY.

Schneider Equipment

The company has a fleet of more than 9800 trucks and 49,000 trailers of Freightliner latest models. Few vehicles are of Peterbilt and Kenworth.

Freightliner  Peterbilt  International  Kenworth  Volvo  Mack

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Schneider Orientation Process

New CDL holders and driving school graduates go through a three-week, consecutive-day trucking orientation process. They are paid for attending and completing the orientation sessions, but the amount may vary by driving opportunity.  The length of orientation for experienced drivers depends on what kind of freight you’ll be hauling. Van Truckload driver orientation lasts four days, Intermodal five days and Tanker 12 days.  Dedicated driver orientation length will depend on the dedicated account-specific requirements.  All drivers will be paid for attending and completing the orientation sessions, but the amount may vary by driving opportunity

Find out how other truck drivers rate Schneider
6.8 6 driver reviews
Home Time
8.2
Overall Pay
5.2
Miles
6.7
Communication
7.3
Equipment
6.2
Recruiting Process
7

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