Watkins & Shepard Trucking Inc Recent CDL-A Graduates / Transitioning Military Drivers - Get Experience and a Great Career! -- Watkins & Shepard Trucking in Billings, Montana

Two weeks of onsite training then you go solo. Our training is done in the classroom and locally on the road and with our trainers during the day. For recent CDL-A graduates we can offer:

  1. No weeks of riding with a stranger

  2. Regular Home Time

  3. Fuel Bonuses that increase with your fuel mileage

  4. Full benefits package

  5. Weekly pay

  6. No Hazmat

  7. Layover Pay

  8. Paid on PC Practical miles

  9. Dispatchers who know you by name!

  10. Work your way into dedicated runs

  11. $20 a stop pay on most stops

  12. Steady year round work

  13. All automatic fleet

  14. Electronic logs with GPS mapping

  15. Paid orientation

  16. Safety Bonuses

  17. Breakdown pay

  18. Run as a team and receive tuition reimbursement and a $10,000 sign on bonus

  19. Veterans your recent time driving in the military counts with us

    • We Require:*
  20. Class A CDL

  21. A good safety record

Call Recruiting Today: 1-800-392-2470


40k to 65k

Experience Required

None required.

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Orientation At Watkins Shepard safety is our top priority, and the skills and training provided in our unique 2 week orientation for new graduates is the solid foundation for your long, safe and successful career in trucking. We have also invested in state of the art equipment which makes our trucks some of the safest on the road. We are one of the only companies in the country that does not force new graduates to ride weeks with a trainer, and this is because our excellent training program coupled with our modern trucks gives new graduates all the skills, knowledge and confidence to start safely earning from their first dispatch. For experienced drivers we also offer a four day orientation. Orientation is offered at our Missoula, MT and Conover, NC terminals. Transportation and housing costs to and at the training terminal are covered by Watkins Shepard.