Truck driver job listings can be viewed at the National Truck Driving Jobs, or NTDJ, website as well as the general job site, Indeed. The Indeed job search tool allows truck drivers to browse national and regional listings based on salary, company, employer or recruiter and any specific desired job title.
Unlike Indeed, the NTDJ website is specifically tailored for truck drivers, allowing users to browse job listings by state.
The website also makes it easy for candidates to apply for positions by inviting them to fill out a basic application form to be used multiple times. Having filled out this initial application, truck drivers are contacted by the NTDJ recruiters when a suitable job becomes available.
The website also offers guidance for people wishing to qualify as a truck driver. This includes referrals for training programs, such as the one offered by C.R. England, for rapid qualification and recruitment.
Truck drivers looking for work may also look at listings on specific companies' websites. Schneider, for example, allows candidates to browse jobs and apply online. Job categories listed at the Schneider website include OTR, Team, Regional, Dedicated, Intermodal, Tanker and Part-time. The website also conveniently lists the requirements for all applicants, which include a clean driving record and solid work history.