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Schneider Intermodal Truck Driving Jobs

Intermodal truck driving jobs

What is Intermodal trucking?

Intermodal driving consists of using two or more modes of transportation to haul freight from one destination to another. At Schneider, this involves using company-owned chassis to drop off and pick up freight containers at various rail yards across the country.

Find Intermodal driving jobs

Solo

All shorter haul

All Intermodal opportunities are solo driving jobs because the long-distance work typically tackled by teams is handled by trains. You’ll get plenty of miles and enjoy a healthy mix of urban and suburban/rural driving while getting home daily, multiple times per week or weekly.

Solo Intermodal driver pay:

  • Top drivers earn an average of $100,000 per year.
  • Drivers average $1,490 - $1,820 per week.

Tanker

An industry first

Schneider was the first in the industry to create a tanker trailer that also fits on a train. If you’re looking for a more hands-on and lucrative driving job with daily or weekly home time, an Intermodal Tanker job may be the perfect fit for you.

Tanker Intermodal pay:

  • Top drivers earn an average of $85,000 per year.
  • Drivers average $1,190 - $1,460 per week.

Regional

A better balance

Regional drivers haul freight within a specific area of the country, and for Intermodal drivers, that means you’ll deliver to and from customers and rail yards throughout the region. You’ll typically deliver one or two loads per day, while getting home weekly or multiple times during the week.

Regional Intermodal pay:

  • Top drivers earn an average of $100,000 per year.
  • Drivers average $1,490 - $1,820 per week.

Local

Unbeatable home time

Local Intermodal truck drivers stay within a few hundred miles of home and get home every day. These jobs are located within major rail hub markets, with some even offering cross-town options that’ll keep you within the city. Most of these jobs require previous driving experience, which makes for a great career progression opportunity for drivers.

Local Intermodal driver pay:

  • Top drivers earn an average of $100,000 per year.
  • Drivers average $1,160 - $1,420 per week.
Schneider Solo Intermodal Truck Driving Job

Solo

All shorter haul

All Intermodal opportunities are solo driving jobs because the long-distance work typically tackled by teams is handled by trains. You’ll get plenty of miles and enjoy a healthy mix of urban and suburban/rural driving while getting home daily, multiple times per week or weekly.

Solo Intermodal driver pay:

  • Top drivers earn an average of $100,000 per year.
  • Drivers average $1,490 - $1,820 per week.
Schneider Intermodal Tanker Truck Driving Jobs

Tanker

An industry first

Schneider was the first in the industry to create a tanker trailer that also fits on a train. If you’re looking for a more hands-on and lucrative driving job with daily or weekly home time, an Intermodal Tanker job may be the perfect fit for you.

Tanker Intermodal pay:

  • Top drivers earn an average of $85,000 per year.
  • Drivers average $1,190 - $1,460 per week.
Schneider Regional Intermodal Truck Driving Jobs

Regional

A better balance

Regional drivers haul freight within a specific area of the country, and for Intermodal drivers, that means you’ll deliver to and from customers and rail yards throughout the region. You’ll typically deliver one or two loads per day, while getting home weekly or multiple times during the week.

Regional Intermodal pay:

  • Top drivers earn an average of $100,000 per year.
  • Drivers average $1,490 - $1,820 per week.
Schneider Regional Intermodal Truck Driving Jobs

Local

Unbeatable home time

Local Intermodal truck drivers stay within a few hundred miles of home and get home every day. These jobs are located within major rail hub markets, with some even offering cross-town options that’ll keep you within the city. Most of these jobs require previous driving experience, which makes for a great career progression opportunity for drivers.

Local Intermodal driver pay:

  • Top drivers earn an average of $100,000 per year.
  • Drivers average $1,160 - $1,420 per week.

See what makes Intermodal special

Intermodal is unlike any of the other driving opportunities Schneider has to offer. Hear from current intermodal drivers and leaders what makes this line of service so unique – from traveling to the rails to hauling containers and more.

Why choose Intermodal driving?

  • House

    More home time

    The train handles the long distances, so you get the shorter.

  • intermodal trailer

    Drop-and-hook freight

    Most freight is drop-and-hook. That means you’ll spend more time moving and less time waiting at loading docks.
  • Semi-truck

    Newer equipment

    Schneider owns its tractors, containers and chassis.

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