• Experienced Driver - AWP Protector

    Job Locations US-OH-Delphos
    Posted Date 2 days ago(5/18/2018 12:30 PM)
    Pay Rate
    USD $11.50/Hr.
  • Overview

    Traffic Control Specialist – Experienced Driver



    Area Wide Protective is seeking experienced drivers to operate and be responsible for our fleet. This elite opportunity involves driving and taking home a company truck for transportation to and from work sites. We are looking for safety-driven, tough-minded, and responsible individuals with leadership qualities. CDL not required.



    Start higher than minimum wage with opportunities for rapid pay increases and career advancement. Monetary Safety Bonus opportunities available. 




    Monday – Friday with flexibility. Home daily and 95% of AWP's Protectors do not work weekends. Overtime opportunities may be available.


    Job Description

    • Operating and maintaining a company vehicle
    • Picking up and dropping off crews for job assignments
    • Drive company vehicle to customer job sites to provide protection services
    • Protecting and providing safety services to our customers, crews and the motoring public in work zones



    • Must have valid driver’s license and previous experience driving commercial vehicles
    • No CDL required


    Company Overview

    Area Wide Protective is the leading provider and innovator of traffic control solutions. Our main goal is to protect our customers’ people, business and time by providing the best in safety services. Through the talented execution of our teams and the pursuit to provide extraordinary service to our customers, we have built our company’s national reputation for integrity. As we continue to rapidly grow, we are committed to identifying and hiring the best employees. Being safe and protecting the lives of our customers, co-workers, and the motoring public is our first, last and most important job.


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