Class A CDL Truck Drivers – Weekend Shuttle

Class A CDL Truck Drivers – Weekend Shuttle

Portland, Oregon

About The Job

Matheson is hiring Class A CDL “Shuttle” Truck Drivers out of Portland,OR. now.

  • Local, 60% Physical and 40% Driving – delivering and moving freight cages on and off trucks.


  • Runs go from our station in Portland to the airport and back.


  • $32.00 hourly + $5.03 hourly stipend
  • $37.03.with benefits waived
  • Weekly pay


  • Total hours will be 30 to 35 hours and the schedule will be Thursday through Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday off
  • Tuesday Off
  • Wednesday Off
  • Thursday 4 PM to 5 AM
  • Friday 4 PM to 5 AM
  • Saturday 6 PM to 5 AM
  • Sunday 5 PM to 930 PM
  • Monday 11 PM to 5 AM


  • Includes 401k, Cell Phone Discount and more.

Call or text Marlena at (816) 455-9688 to speak directly to a recruiter.

About the Company: Matheson is an award-winning, nationally recognized carrier that hauls, handles and sorts the mail. The work our team members do is important and their commitment to our core values of Respect, Integrity, Collaboration, and Excellence ensures that the mail is delivered safely and on time. As a trusted partner to United States Postal Service, you will be an integral part of keeping the American people connected.
Find out more about Matheson: www.mathesoninc.com

Job Requirements


  • 21 years or older with a valid Class A Driver's license
  • Must have at least 12 months of tractor trailer experience within last 3 years
  • Able to operate manual transmission
  • Acceptable driving record, no serious violations in the last 3 years
  • 5 years of continuous residency, USPS requirement

Offer of employment is contingent upon successful completion of:

  • Drug screen
  • USPS criminal background check
  • Valid Medical Certificate

Matheson Postal Services, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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During the last few years our country has grown increasingly aware of the essential critical nature of what we do in the trucking and transportation industry. It takes a dedicated and collaborative team of individuals pulling together to do deliver excellent transportation and logistics services day in and day out.