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Find work as a dump truck driver by searching on, and applying through, Indeed.com, SnagAJob.com and CareerBuilder.com, all three of which offer job postings from various dump truck drivers. Enter "Dump Truck Driver" int... More »

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To become a dump-truck driver, obtain a driver's license in the state you live in, and get a commercial driver's license if your state requires it, instructs Study.com. While a high school diploma or further education is... More »

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Companies that specialize in waste removal or sanitation, such as Waste Management, OldCastle Materials and Con-Struct, Inc., offer jobs as dump truck drivers. These positions typically require a minimum amount of previo... More »

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Driving a dump truck in the United States can be a rewarding career with numerous opportunities for advancement. It's a high-paying job in the trucking industry with an average pay of $15.45 per hour as of 2015, and most... More »

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A driver must obtain a Class B Commercial Driver License in order to operate heavy commercial trucks, including tri-axle dump trucks. Drivers with a Class B CDL may drive trucks with attached cabs and cargo areas weighin... More »

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Samples of a commercial driver's required Federal Motor Carrier Safety Associate hours-of-duty driver's log are available at FMCSA.DOT.gov and CDLDigest.com. An example of a daily vehicle inspection report, also required... More »

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Listings for dump truck driver jobs are available on sites like Indeed, Monster and SimplyHired, among others. Jobseekers can also subscribe to these sites and get notified when new jobs are posted. More »

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