The Schneider Guy
Schneider Guy loves the “Big Orange.” He’s passionate about the trucking industry and connecting people to rewarding careers within it. He’s been the eyes and ears of our company since our founding in 1935, and he’s excited to interact with prospective and current Schneider associates through “A Slice of Orange."
Recent Blog Posts By The Schneider Guy
Schneider expands Jet-Set driving jobs, adds new driver perk
Schneider offers a huge variety of driving careers, but nothing quite compares to our "Jet-Set" driving jobs with paid flights.
New Schneider operations manager: Meet Army veteran Jonathan Bass
Schneider has a new operations manager in Portland. See his impressive career story and write the next chapter in yours.
Schneider launches new driver resource centers in site redesign
Your truck driving job search just got easier. Schneider's new one-stop career shop features dozens of new pages designed with your career journey in mind.
Joe and Sharon Nader: Reflecting on their time as Team drivers
Schneider's All-Star Team Drivers talk about how they found success in driving semi-truck and why they loved doing it.
Everything truck drivers should know about Daylight Saving Time
Daylight Saving Time (DST) — not Daylight Savings Time — can have a big effect on truck drivers, from sleep schedules, to logging considerations, to safety on roads filled with fatigued drivers. Here's everything you need to know about DST for March 2019.
Behind-the-scenes video showcases new delivery and warehouse jobs
Explore behind the scenes of Schneider's First-to-Final-Mile, which includes a variety of new types of driving and warehouse careers.
Schneider launches contest, 'Semi Showdown: Truck Photo Faceoff'
Another year; another unique bracket challenge from Schneider! As part of the photo contest, you can both compete to be the winner and vote on the winner.
Schneider Leads 2018 Wreaths Across America Convoy, Hauls 5 Loads
Schneider has been a longtime supporter of Wreaths Across America. Here's what that support looked like in 2018, and how you can get involved.