Long Distance Driver/Relocation Specialist


Johnson Storage & Moving

Posted On: 7/9/2012


Johnson United, a leader in the household goods transportation industry, is currently seeking qualified owner operators and company drivers for their long haul fleet.  Duties entail inventoring, loading and transporting household goods of families and individuals throughout the United States.  Equipment can be secured for qualified individuals looking for a rewarding career with a company that has been  in operation since 1900.  United Van Lines is the largest interstate carrier of household goods in the United States.


Acceptable driving record with Class A qualification.  Background verification and drug testing required.  Verifiable used household goods transportation experience is preferred.  Willing to train the right individual.


Percentage pay based on revenue produced.  Sign on bonus available applicants with correct qualifications and experience.  This is an opportunity for a lucrative career with an established, quality oriented moving and storage concern.

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Contact Information

Joseph Hansard/Ryan Cupp Phone Number: 858-444-3734 Email: jhansard@johnson-united.com Office in San Diego, CA
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