Frito-Lay North America Careers
$5000 SIGN ON BONUS The best jobs in the trucking industry are at Frito-Lay. As the 2nd largest private fleet in the U. S. , Frito-Lay was awarded the 2019 Fleet of the Year. We are proud to offer you a great starting salary which quickly ramps up for top performers. Your component pay includes stops, unscheduled layovers, delays, dispatch, drop and hook, vacation, and so forth. For extra detail on pay, routes, and layover rates, we encourage you to visit 1 . Compensation: Component pay equates to about .89 per mile. Average weekly miles 2,000-2,500 Average yearly pay of $89,000 average 2021. $65,000-$85,000+ year target earnings. Bonuses, $5,000 Sign-on, $1,500 Referral. Benefits all start on Day 1: Health, dental, vision, vacation, holidays, personal days Life and disability Paid onboarding/training 401k plan and employer contribution Equip Type & Amenities: Volvo/Freightliner Automatic Tractors Single and Tandem; no sleepers. Advanced Safety Features in 2019 and 2020 units; new units every year. Schedule & Home Time: 70-hour target work week (Sunday thru Saturday) 34hr reset at home OTR Drivers are home 2-3 nights weekly Dispatches run AM and PM. Work is awarded by the Seniority bid board. Trips typically 400-600 mile drop and hook round trip to MD, VA, PA, NJ, DE, and NY suburbs. 70% no-touch freight delivering to Frito Lay company Plants, Distribution Centers, or 3rd party manufacturing. 30% fingerprint cases (nothing over 50lbs) at Frito Lay Sales locations using a hand truck and walk board. Other Job Details: Perks include a fuel card, Sirius Radio, and Corporate Lodging Card for any layover (the company pays for motel stays). A small team of 48 drivers expanding to 60 due to long-term business growth. The typical trip range is miles from Lynchburg VA. For extra detail on pay, routes, and layover rates, we encourage you to visit . You can even submit an interest card if you want to talk to a recruiter, just make sure you meet the minimum requirements : You possess a valid Class “A” commercial driver’s license You have at least 100,000 verifiable accident-free miles or more than 2,500 accident-free hours You will be required to work on weekends and holidays You can lift 15 to 50 pounds with or without a reasonable accommodation You are able to stand and walk for extended periods of time with or without a reasonable accommodation You are able to repeatedly lift, carry, push, pull, and handle products with or without a reasonable accommodation You have the ability to sit for extended periods of time, up to five hours daily, with or without a reasonable accommodation You have the ability to work up to 14 hours a day and drive a tractor trailer for extended periods of time, up to 11 hours per day, with or without a reasonable accommodation You will bid on routes using a seniority-based electronic bid board which keeps things fair for everyone. Start times vary by route and scheduled dispatch. We asked current Frito-Lay drivers what frequent tasks you should expect when you come aboard, and here is what they had to say: You will safely operate a tractor/trailer (usually an automatic Volvo, international or freight liner; diesel/natural gas) and transport products to and from specified destinations in accordance with Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations. This is a physical job. We load and unload trailers this can be manual, it could involve palletized loading/unloading, or require the use of a two-wheeler. You will also be lifting things over your head. You will transport chips, dips, and more to and from large grocery stores, Frito-Lay manufacturing facilities, rural storage units, and other traffic centers. You will obtain signature of receipt, pick up returns and complete logs and other paperwork related to deliveries, and review invoices and/or manifests. You will use an electronic logging device such as a tablet or an onboard (dash) computer. We have regular contact with our customers, sales drivers, and dispatch, so you can expect talk to people at various points throughout the day or night. Like the rest of our drivers, you will be responsible for pre- and post-trip truck inspections. Your work hours may be up to the legal limits allowed by the FMCSA and require overnight trips as well as weekend and/or holiday work. We run routes 24/7 and DOT hours vary slightly by location. This position requires a lot of walking and lifting over your head, but we believe the rewards are worth it, and our drivers agree. Given our large salaries and phenomenal benefits, you might wonder what will give you an edge when you apply. Here’s an idea of what Frito-Lay drivers expect of one another : Safety Focused: your mind is focused on safety when you operate vehicles by practicing defensive driving. We have a strong reputation as transportation professionals on the road. Coachable and Communicative: you can take feedback and adjust how you do things in the spirit of cooperation, safety, and efficiency. Communication is a two-way street. Did you encounter a safety hazard? Were their issues with your delivery? Your honest feedback is valued here. Flexibility: the schedule you work won’t be set, but instead it will vary day to day. Everyone at Frito-Lay works weekends and holidays. Self-Motivated: our drivers are known across the company as hard workers, showing up and working until the job is done Attention to Detail : a sharp eye is necessary because you will review weight limits on manifests, you will count cases to make sure orders are corrects, as well as using visual aids Our application takes 10-15 minutes to finish on any device. Our mission is to get you in for an interview instead of jumping through hoops. Just keep an eye on your e-mail, and we will take care of the rest. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status. PepsiCo is an Equal Opportunity Employer: Female / Minority / Disability / Protected Veteran / Sexual Orientation / Gender Identity Our Company will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the Fair Credit Reporting Act, and all other applicable laws, including but not limited to, San Francisco Police Code Sections 4901 – 4919, commonly referred to as the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance; and Chapter XVII, Article 9 of the Los Angeles Municipal Code, commonly referred to as the Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance. If you’d like more information about your EEO rights as an applicant under the law, please download the available EEO is the Law & EEO is the Law Supplement documents. View PepsiCo EEO Policy. Please view our Pay Transparency Statement.