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Transportation Jobs, Employment – June 2020

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  • If you have a valid Class A Driver’s License and like to stay active, this is a great opportunity for you.
  • Our route drivers work in-town, local area routes,…
  • Leads staff on proper transportation procedures and customer service.
  • 1-2 years of progressively responsible experience in transportation related field;
  • Must be 25 yrs of age or older (Our commercial insurance requirement).
  • *Job requirements are driving company vehicle (mini van/sedan) taking our client from…
  • This full-time position has great benefits including health insurance, 401K, PTO and a relaxed but challenging, team-oriented work environment where we have fun…
  • Coordinate TL, LTL, and Multi-drop transportation for international shipments.
  • Prime Pork is seeking an International Logistics Coordinator.



$11 an hour

  • Rail Crew Xpress (RCX) primary purpose is to provide safe dependable, reliable transportation to the members of railroad crews.
  • Pay rates vary by location.



$18 – $25 an hour

  • Smiles for miles and miles, backed by Amazon.*.


VIPNCCC

Dandan, MP

Remote work available

Easily apply Responsive employer
  • Seeking candidates for a paid internship.
  • Replace traditional student jobs with valuable skills and knowledge.
  • Requires minimum of 10 month commitment.



$17 an hour

  • Perform various functions within the yard, support site operations teams, internal transportation field teams, and external carriers, as needed, to ensure all…
  • Commercial pilots license with instrument rating.
  • Single and Multi-Engine Land.
  • Four years of security and transportation experience.
  • The position will manage both the security and transportation departments.
  • Valid Florida driver s license.
  • Director of Transportation is needed for Carteret County School system.
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  • Environmental- including forestry and fire science, sustainability, geography.
  • Public- social services, public services, program development, counseling, non…
  • Ensure that all required transportation documents are completed prior to the patient discharge.
  • Utilizes available data, tools and resources to identify and…

Charlotte, NC 28278 (Steele Creek area)



$75,000 – $85,000 a year

  • Monitor and report on transportation costs.
  • Report maintenance and repair needs for transportation vehicles and equipment.
  • Schedule daily and weekly routes.



$41,472 – $57,024 a year

  • Application will need to pass in house testing, external drug testing, background checks, DMV checks and written testing to be eligable for the position.

Kansas City, KS 66103 (Rosedale area)

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  • They assist in scheduling follow-up appointments and transporting our guests to these appointments, picking up our new in-coming guests, and creating an…

Oakland, CA 94607 (Oakland Army Base area)



$75,000 – $90,000 a year

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  • Strategically plan and manage logistics, warehouse, transportation and customer deliveries.
  • Keep track of quantity, quality, delivery times, transportation…

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Used Cars for Sale in Cheney, KS

OH MY GOODNESS!

by Randy from DealerRater.com

November 6, 2018

5 5 5 5 5
4.4 (148 reviews)

We looked and looked for the specific vehicle we wanted, and finally found it at Advantedge Quality Cars in Wichita. We inquired about the vehicle, it was brought to the showroom door, and we took it for a drive. It was exactly what we wanted. As we returned to the dealership, I started to tense up thinking about all the hoops we would be led through: The hassle regarding trade-in value, dealing with a pushy salesman and sales manager, all the paperwork, etc. OH MY GOODNESS! Salesman: “This is what your trade-in is worth.” Me: “Not enough.” Salesman: “What would you need to get for your vehicle?” I told him. He left, and came back within the minute: “OK – we will give you that amount.” We asked for gas – we got gas. We asked for a second key to be made at their expense (fob within the key – expensive!). No problem. EVERYONE was friendly, cooperative, no pushing WHATSOEVER! I had looked at a vehicle about a year prior (didn’t buy due to personal preferences), and that, too, was a very positive experience. I cannot say enough good things about this dealership! I am bad at remembering names – but the salesman (Gabe, I think?) behaved as if he was there only to meet our wants/needs, (without the typical fake salesman kissing up).. I brought the title to our trade-in, thinking we were set if we decided to buy. In my mind: “Wife has her purse – we’re prepared.” No – I had just assumed she would have a checkbook. The finance dept. allowed us to use two credit cards, amounting to thousands of dollars, and didn’t charge us a penny in fees! Go . . . look . . . and if you fall in love with a vehicle, know that you will love everything about the purchasing experience to follow! (No, I’m not being paid to submit this review – I just have NEVER felt grateful that someone sold me a car! This time, I kinda’ do!)

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