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Truck Driving Jobs in Fort Worth, TX

Tanker / Hazmat Driver

Groendyke Transport

Fort Worth, TX

11 days ago
Professional Truck Driver, Class A CDL

Frasier Dedicated Services

$1400 - $1700 / Per week

Irving, TX

7 days ago
CDL A Owner-Operator Driver

Hub Group

Fort Worth, TX

1 day ago
Become a Truck Driver - Get your CDL A

C.R. England

North Richland Hills, TX

30+ days ago
Truck Driver CDL A - Local | Grand Prairie, TX

TransForce

Grand Prairie, TX

2 days ago
Truck Driver (Non CDL)

Garden Star

$17 - $18 / Per hour

DALLAS, TX

4 days ago
Intermodal Owner Operators wanted - 24/7 Drop and hook lanes available Fort Worth, Texas

Murphy Transportation Group

Fort Worth, TX

20 days ago
CDL A - Dedicated Truck Driver - Sign on bonus $2.000

Koch Trucking

Dallas, TX

1 day ago
Ocean Spray Dedicated Truck Driver CDL A - Dallas, Texas - HOME DAILY

NFI Industries

Dallas, TX

10 days ago

Fort Worth Truck Driving Jobs Overview

Roaring down the open roads—the highway-tendons crossing the nation—truck drivers keep the pace, assert control, and skillfully transport various goods. That sense of freedom and the thrill of driving a mammoth-vehicle are major pulls for those drawn to truck-driving jobs—an expression of grace through heavy machinery. Are you big on mechanical know-how, and can you maintain focus for extended periods of time? Do you have a robust work ethic, and can you be reliable for the long haul? Then truck-driving jobs may be for you.

Although many transportation companies have dispatchers providing specific routes, independent truck drivers can plan their own journeys, enjoying the challenge of figuring out what roads allow large trucks and making time for mandated rest periods. Tasks you can expect to perform as a truck driver include loading, unloading, and recording cargo deliveries; refueling and cleaning your vehicle; and keeping your dispatcher updated and reporting any incidents.

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About Working in Fort Worth, Texas

Fort Worth is the 13th largest city in the U.S. and has ranked among the best American cities to relocate to. It's no wonder you're looking for Fort Worth jobs! Fort Worth is where the Wild West meets modern urban America. The city is known for its historic western stockyards and twice-daily cattle drives, but you can catch more contemporary sporting events and concerts at Dickies Arena or Will Rogers Memorial Center.

In the Cultural District, you'll find five museums, the Botanic Garden, and Fort Worth Zoo. In downtown Fort Worth, you'll find Sundance Square, lined with big-city amenities and small-town establishments. Its 35-square-block vicinity is a great place to shop, browse art galleries, and see live music—all while dining at the best cafes, grills, and chop houses the city has to offer. And job opportunities aren't just limited to Fort Worth. You can find tons of jobs in nearby communities such as Dallas, Arlington, and Plano, as well.

Update Your Fort Worth Truck Driving Resume

Itching to hop into your semi and start delivering freight or consumer packages? Then rev-up your resume to spotlight any truck-driving experience and track record you may already have, along with relevant schooling and licensure details. You can zone in on any specializations too, such as your ability to work with hazardous materials (HAZMAT) or to maneuver pneumatic bulkers. Review Monster's truck driver resume sample for additional suggestions. Then, take a look at this example of a truck driver cover letter to ensure a smooth ride when you have to write one.

How Much Do Truck Driving Jobs Pay in Fort Worth, Texas?

Got money on your mind? You should! Make sure you’re getting paid what you’re worth. Our Salary Tools can help you understand what you can expect to make in truck driving jobs in Fort Worth, Texas, as well as the skills that can boost your value and what the next steps in your career might be. Right now, the median HAZMAT truck driver pay in Fort Worth is $53,641 per year, which is 2% lower than the national average.

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