Installer/Deliverer (Current Employee) – Chantilly, VA – 13 April 2016
In the mornings the truck is loaded with merchandise from the warehouse. We leave the warehouse to deliver and/or install merchandise to customers house or office. when we finish we head back to the ware house to clock out.
PDA Office Technician (Current Employee) – Lowell, AR – 25 April 2018
Atmosphere is laid back and fun. You get to dress busness casual with jeans. Tattoos that show are ok as long as respectful as well as gauge piercing. Four major holidays are paid after 30 days. They have food catered in for a small price. A nice gym and showers if you want to work out on your lunch break.
Fleet Manager (Former Employee) – Arkansas – 24 April 2018
I received this job directly out of college and of course pounced on the opportunity to get into the work force any way I could. Two LONG years later I felt like I had aged 20. Unfriendly environment and no room for advancement.
Account Manager (Current Employee) – Fresno, CA – 23 April 2018
I enjoy the people. The workplace resembles a family environment just with numbers. My enjoyment is seeing my workers grow into professionals and attain a strong sense of work ethic that is provided by leadership.
Truck Driver Class A Local (Current Employee) – South Gate, CA – 18 April 2018
During summer time there is lots of work, so you have the potential to make a lot of money during this time. I work night time to evade traffic and make more money. This job is activity based pay, so when you are stuck in traffic or dispatch is slow you lose money. You are paid by the mile and load. 27 dollars and something cents for mon-fri shift per load drop and hook. 31 drop and hook for weekend drivers. Live load unload is 41 for weekday and 45 for weekend I believe. 37 cents for weekday and 41 cents for weekend drivers. When there is little work you are given a ton of mt moves which only pay 10 dollars per move. If you are looking for local experience this is a good place to start, but not somewhere you want to be for retirement as income is unstable, but during summer you can make lots of money if you work nights and weekends. That being said you also need to learn the rail and gain experience because if you don't know what to do you will waste hours of work which will be unpaid. You are paid by activity not hourly, so you need to learn to be efficient and learn the los angeles, commerce, and san bernardino rails where you will be picking up containers for deliveries or dropping them there from customer pick ups. Another con is you will never get a raise. The pay is what it is. You can have 20 + years of experience or as little as 3 months and both will be paid the same. It is up to how much you do that will determine you pay check or how much you can do. Sometimes you will want to come in to work hard but dispatch or something happening at a customer delaying you canmore... ruin your day and you will not make much that day.less
Delivery Driver/Customer Service (Current Employee) – Lowell, AR 72745 – 15 April 2018
If you live in the Lansing area it a great job Home every day 2 days off a week pay per mile. young crew of dispatchers, overall not a bad gig if you are local or want to live in your truck during the 5 days you work.
Logistics Coordinator (Former Employee) – West Orange, NJ – 12 April 2018
Lots of new starters from different sectors. If you worked in a market or you were a butcher in the past do not worry Jbhunt is the right place for you. You can work as Logistics Coordinator or Customer Service Representative.