Transition Your Military Career

07/18/2016   
 

Estes Express Lines is a long-time supporter of our nation’s armed forces and participates with worthwhile organizations to benefit active-duty service members and remember those who gave all. Hundreds of vets are in our ranks today, and we’re also one of BestJobsUSA’s Top 100 veteran-friendly employers.

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If you’re transitioning from the military and considering a career in transportation — particularly as a driver or mechanic — Estes is recruiting smart, talented and motivated professionals like you. Our employees have been the key to our success since 1931. And it’s through their dedication to the job and to our customers that we’ve become the largest privately held less-than-truckload (LTL) company in North America.

Military service is also part of our heritage. Robey W. Estes, Sr., who led our company for more than 30 years, received three Purple Hearts in World War II. We’re still owned and operated by the Estes family. And for more than 85 years, we’ve grown from a single truck-and-driver operation into one of the nation’s most respected freight carriers. With more than 16,000 employees serving around the country, Estes is the shipper of choice for customers seeking unmatched quality, know-how and reliability.

At Estes, you can expect competitive pay and great benefits. Our road drivers are home weekly and our local drivers are home daily. What’s more, you’re on a team that includes dockworkers, dispatchers, customer care representatives, account managers and others who truly enjoy being part of one of America’s most respected transportation providers. That’s because at Estes, we believe every team member is essential to the performance of the organization as a whole.

If that sounds like you, don’t you think it’s time to look at a company like us? To learn more and to view our career opportunities, visit www.work4estes.com.EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled
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