Local 399 Drivers: Employment Opportunities
Attention Teamsters Local #399 Drivers!!!
(Must be a Local 399 Driver for to take advantage of Preferential Employment.)
We have been working closely with many Locals within Joint Council 42 over the past several days to identify job opportunities that we can direct our skilled and qualified Drivers to. As you have seen, the demand for food, goods and supplies is overwhelming at this time. These Teamster jobs are considered to be part of the current essential workforce, and we encourage our Members to take this opportunity if you are need of immediate employment.
We have been in touch with our Sister Locals to determine where the most needs are for qualified Drivers. At this time we are being told that there is a shortage of qualified CDL A Drivers. Due to the high demand and the support from our Teamster Family, we are able to secure PREFERENTIAL employment for any qualified Local 399 Driver at this time for the Employers listed below. We are looking to continually expand this list over the course of the next week as we are able to make connections with more Local Unions.
COMPANIES LOOKING TO HIRE IMMEDIATELY:
Albertsons / Vons
Class A Driver
Must be able to Drive a Tractor / Trailer
Must be a Local 399 Driver for Preferential Employment
RATE OF PAY: Around $30/hour
We have been in touch with the Business Agents at our Sister Locals and they are ready and willing to start placing interested and qualified Drivers into open Driving positions. If you are interested in learning more and applying for one of these jobs, complete the form below and a Local 399 Business Agent will be reaching out to you by phone with further details.
Local 399 Member First & Last Name:
Local 399 Member Email Address:
Local 399 Member Phone Number:
Are you a current Member of Local 399
Not at this time.
I am a:
I have a Class A License & Can Driver a Tractor and Haul a 53ft Trailer:
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