What’s Your Next Mission?

08/04/2017   
 

If you’re transitioning from military service and have an interest in the freight transportation industry, you should consider a career at Estes Express Lines — especially if you have driver or mechanic experience. Estes is the largest privately-owned less-than-truckload (LTL) carrier in North America. We’ve been around for over 85 years, and a big part of that is because we hire and retain the best people.

At Estes, respect and gratitude towards veterans is an integral part of who we are. We don’t just talk the talk. We walk the walk. We’re proud to be one of the BestJobsUSA’s Top 100 veteran-friendly employers and to be a recipient of the Flag of Freedom award for our dedication to hiring veterans. Also, many Estes leaders and employees have served in the military, including Robey W. Estes, Sr., who received three Purple Hearts in World War II and went on to lead our company for more than 30 years.

We also show our support by participating in programs that celebrate military service like Wreathes Across America, Operation Gratitude and our own Estes Honor Wall, where employees can recognize the military service of friends, colleagues and family, past and present.

Estes is the shipper of choice for customers seeking unmatched quality, know-how and reliability. We need talented, dedicated and motivated people like you to help us continue to exceed our customers’ expectations.

Know that if you join our team, we’ve got your back. Our employees enjoy a competitive pay and benefits package, company stability and career growth opportunities within a supportive team-oriented environment. Being a family-oriented company, we understand the  importance of having quality time to spend with your family. Our local drivers are home nightly, and our over-the-road drivers are home weekly.

Sound good? To learn more and to view career opportunities at Estes, visit us at www.Work4Estes.com.

EOE/Vets/Disabled

Comments & Ratings
rating
  Comments

There is no comment.

   

Bookmark and Share Follow us on:
The Griffon Summer 2017

Vol. 41.3 | Fall 2017

The Griffon
The Griffon is written and published quarterly in the interest of the 108th National Training Command.
 






Skip Navigation Links.





Published By    -  Other Publications: SouthEast Education Network   |   Carolina Fire Rescue EMS Journal