Want an employer that promises you respect good pay and benefits, plenty of miles, and first-rate equipment to work with?
You've come to the right place.
We offer competitive wages and benefits. After orientation in Memphis, you'll get a clean, late-model; satellite communications-equipped Freightliner conventional. 100% no touch freight, 90 percent of which comes on one-pickup / one-stop orders. We serve customers throughout the United States, although we won't send you into New York City unless you want to go. Ozark delivers no freight in Canada. But no matter where you go, you can count on getting home about every eight to 10 days if you chose to run OTR. Join a family-owned company that cares about its people.
So take a minute and browse through our website. Learn about Ozark and you'll soon see that this is where you should be earning your pay. It only takes a minute to fill out our on-line application and we'll get back to you quickly, usually in less than 24 hours! So that you can start down the road to employment happiness as soon as possible.
Payroll can be directly deposited into your bank or credit union, 'loaded' to your comdata card, or mailed to your home We can now e-mail your direct deposit pay stub and payroll recap to you.
Beginning at the first day of employment you qualify for individual or family medical insurance. Optional coverage available for disability and dental and life and even cancer!
- No Slip-Seating: Assigned late-model conventional tractors
- Rider Program - Rider must be at least 18 years of age. No more than two (2) riders at a time can accompany driver. Riders need not be members of driver's family.
- Pet Policy
- 401k Retirement Plan
- Credit Union available
- No New York City - No Canada
- 100% No Touch Freight
- Be at least 21 years of age or older
- Have a good work history
- Have NO felonies that are LESS THAN 7 years old from release date or end of probation
- Must have a Class A CDL
- Have a good driving record as reported on MVR including...
- No DUI, DWI or Impaired in the last 7 years
- No Reckless or Careless driving
- No more than 1 chargeable accidents in the last 3 years
- No more than 3 moving violations in last 3 years
Ozark offers very competitive rates and encourages you to check this out, by contacting our recruiters. Our compensation plan includes a per-mile pay scale, as well as additional compensation for layover, stop offs, short hauls and all authorized loading and unloading. As with any company, the rate per mile is certainly not the only factor you must become familiar with and we ask that you give that first phone call to see how our pay matrix compares to our competition. We also offer per diem. Phone: 800-264-4206.
Your payroll at Ozark can be delivered by – direct deposit, check or having your payroll loaded to your COMDATA card. Pay statements are emailed to you, prior to your actual payday, to make it simple to review your next paycheck.
Upon the first day of hire, you are offered a cafeteria plan of benefits and these are deducted from your settlement. Please think about giving Ozark a consideration, as we have had many years of success with our payroll methods, and will have that when you arrive as well.
Effective January 1, 2019, Ozark Motor Lines is pleased to announce new changes to company pay and benefits packages.
1.) Long Haul and Regional driver pay will increase by $0.02 cents per mile for all dispatched miles.
2.) In addition, the IRS has increased the maximum allowable daily per diem rate from $63 to $66. Ozark will increase the per diem mileage rate to $0.16 for all dispatched miles.
3.) Ozark will increase discretionary match of employee 401(k). The new rate will be $0.50 per dollar with a maximum match of $2,000 per year.
Additionally, Ozark is excited to announce, for the second year in a row, that there will be no increase in employee premiums for medical insurance.
Ozark now accepts drivers with less than 3 months experience, or graduates from truck driving schools. These ‘New Entrant’ drivers must enter a program to evaluate their skills to safely operate a tractor trailer, with the motoring public.
This program includes a combination of training methods consisting of some lectures, driving course and computer training modules.
This is paid training, paid orientation and paid on-road training.