Job Description and Qualifications
Join a fleet of truck drivers recognized for excellence in safety, customer service and outstanding performance. Air Products is a Fortune 500 leading manufacturer of industrial gases and has full time Class A Truck Driver positions available at our Middletown, OH facility.
Our truck drivers are the face of Air Products and we are looking for people to join our team!
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* The average earning potential is $70,000 to $75,000
* $10,000 sign on bonus
* Home daily, with occasional layovers.
* CLICK HERE to see our video of “A Day In The Life Of An Air Products Driver”
Our dedicated team of independent Truck Drivers are required to safely deliver liquid nitrogen, oxygen, argon, helium and hydrogen to customers within a 250 mile radius of the terminal. With your safety being our number one goal, many of our drivers have achieved 1 Million safe miles and have been recognized for their achievements. Compensation includes: an excellent benefit package and the opportunity to drive new equipment.
* Home daily with occasional layovers
* Set schedule
* 2 consecutive days off per week
* Paid holidays and vacation
* Newer equipment
* No back breaking loading/unloading of freight
* Very affordable Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
* Company-paid Life Insurance
* Paid training and company-provided PPE
* Proven history of employment stability
* Valid Class A CDL with Tanker and HazMat endorsements
* 3 years’ tractor-trailer experience
* Proven solid, safety record and stable work history
* Must meet all DOT requirements
To learn more, visit About Air Products.
Air Products is an Equal Opportunity Employer (U.S.) All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, citizenship, gender, marital status, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, disability, or veteran status.
Type of Relocation Benefits Provided
North America – Hourly
Global Industrial Gases
Business Sector / Division
Industrial Gases Americas