Many online application companies such as Indeed, Simply Hired and Glassdoor allow people to apply for non-CDL jobs. The applicant can enhance the search on these sites by filtering out listed CDL positions.Continue Reading
Other online companies that allow applicants to search for non-CDL positions are Monster, JB Hunt and Web Crawler. When on these sites, job seekers should use key words, such as "non-CDL" or "non-CDL jobs." Aside from using online resources to find this type of work, applicants can frequent local job fairs.
Depending on how flexible the applicant is, a contract house is another viable option. Often times, contract house employees can assist non-CDL job seekers if the seeker is willing to accept a position that either is not full time, or does not consider the applicant an employee. However, job seekers should keep in mind that many contract jobs can turn into full-time, employee work.
A more direct, yet common approach is to go to the desired place of employment and turn in a resume. Sometimes, a hiring manager is available to speak with, and this gesture shows the manager that the applicant is outgoing and serious about the work. If the company has both CDL and non-CDL positions available, the job seeker needs to clarify the type of work desired.Learn more about Applying & Interviewing