Warehouse to Driver Program

Warehouse to Driver Program

Advance Your Career • Expand Your Earning Potential • Become a CDL Driver

What is the Warehouse to Driver Program?

The Dot Foods Warehouse to Driver Program is the perfect opportunity for current Dot warehouse employees, people under the age of 21, or people who have yet to obtain their Class A commercial driver’s license (CDL) who’s career goal is to become a professional truck driver.

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Why the Warehouse to Driver Program?

Fast Timeline

Work in one of Dot’s 12 distribution center (DC) warehouses for a minimum of six months

Attend driver training school paid for by Dot

Get your Class A CDL

Get hired by Dot Transportation, Inc. (DTI)

Go through driver training & orientation with DTI

Hit the road in a Dot truck

Expand Your Lifetime Earning Potential

Becoming a professional truck driver means expanding our future earning potential. Full-time experienced delivery drivers at Dot have been known to earn six figures. Who wouldn’t want that kind of earning potential?

  • 2019 First Year Student Delivery Driver Pay 62,000% 62,000%
  • 2019 Fleet-Wide Delivery Driver Salary Average 91,000% 91,000%
  • 2019 Fleet-Wide No-Touch Driver Salary Average 84,000% 84,000%
  • 2019 Fleet-Wide Driver Salary Average 96,000% 96,000%
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Tuition Covered By DTI

DTI will pay for your truck driving school so you can obtain your permit and your Class A CDL. Plus, you’ll be able to continue working in the warehouse while you go to school—meaning you won’t have to worry about being unemployed.

Best-in-Class Paid Training Program

Once you have obtained your Class A CDL, you will go through six to 10 weeks of DTI training and orientation. Part of your training will be spent in a classroom and some will be spent on the road with a Dot driver trainer. You will be paid $750 per week of training and all meals will be provided.

Best-on-Class Training
A job that fits your lifestyle

A Job & Schedule To Fits Your Lifestyle

Fit your life into your work—not the other way around. At DTI, we offer a variety of driver job types and schedule options to our drivers. That means you can find a job that fits your lifestyle.

If You’re Under 21 & Can’t Get Your CDL Yet

The Warehouse to Driver Program is a great option for you if you’re under the age of 21, since you wouldn’t be able to drive across state lines even if you had your CDL. While you wait for your 21st birthday, work in the Dot warehouse where you can make great money, learn the ins and outs of Dot’s business, and then have your driving school tuition paid for by Dot.

warehouse worker

Interested in becoming a Driver?

Fill out the form below and a recruiter will be in touch.

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Why Drive for DTI?

Best-in-Class Pay

This job is hard work. That’s why we ensure our truck drivers get paid for every part of the job. Mileage; stop, pickup, and delivery pay; bonuses, paid time off, holidays, and more—that’s what you can expect when you drive for Dot.

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Consistent Home Time

We know the most important parts of your life happen outside of work. Since we are a private, family-owned and -operated carrier and we haul our own freight, we can provide you with the consistent home time you deserve.

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Top-of-the-Line Equipment

At DTI, we keep our equipment up-to-date and innovative. Our late-model, automatic Volvo®, Peterbilt, and Freightliner trucks are maintained in Dot’s garages by our in-house mechanics.

Drive the Best

Before You Commit, Consider This:

Time Away From Home

Being a professional truck driver often means you spend multiple nights per week on the road, away from home.

Schedule Variation

While we work hard to keep our drivers on a consistent schedule, sometimes environmental factors get in the way. Start & finish times can vary daily.

Customer Service

Dot drivers are the faces of Dot. You will be representing our brand with shippers, receivers, other drivers, police, scale masters, pedestrians, and more.

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