Find job listings for truck-driver positions in California through general job-hunting sites such as Craigslist.org, Indeed.com and Monster.com as well as specialized truck-driver job sites such as NationalTruckDrivingJobs.com, as of 2015. Many trucking-and-shipping companies also post region-specific job listings on their websites.
One common place to look for truck-driver jobs in California is on the jobs or careers section of trucking-and-shipping websites, particularly those that have a national service. For example, the Jobs page of JBHunt.com includes a filtering option that allows you to only view open positions within California as well as a specific California ZIP code. The site also contains options to view different career options, such as regional or national driving jobs, along with positions that require different types of drivers license. You can also submit a prequalification form to the company that includes your basic contact information, trucking experience and current endorsements.
NationalTruckDrivingJobs.com also contains an option for limiting postings to a specific state. Some listings on the site link to the websites of the trucking companies, though the site also employs recruiters to aid in the application process. Indeed.com and Monster.com offer both a state-filtering option and a ZIP-code-filtering option to locate California trucking jobs. Craigslist.org works on a regional system, meaning you must first choose a specific county or major city in order to view California truck-driving jobs.