CDL Drivers Needed!
Want better pay? Excellent benefits? Flexible scheduling? RMT is the place for you. We are a small family owned business and have been in transportation for over 20 years. Our drivers are responsible for the transportation of products in the Rocky Mountain/Northern CO Region. We offer pay per load as well as an hourly rate for downtime. The more flexible you are, the more you can make. We can even offer set days off if preferred.
Duties: complying with all DOT regulations, completing appropriate paperwork as required, conducting daily vehicle inspections, safely loading products for delivery and unloading products at the customer location.
Requirements: 23 years or older, 2 years of current CDL experience, pneumatic experience very helpful, 3 years of good MVR, ability to maneuver up to 70 lbs., the ability to work and drive in extreme weather conditions, willingness to work weekends, nights, and occasional mountain driving. Job will require travel in Colorado and periodically, the surrounding states.
Location: This position is located in Lucerne/Windsor area or Brighton, CO.
Platinum Award for four consecutive years for Outstanding Highway Safety Achievement
Questions? Please call one of our Trucking Managers: Greg Johnson 303-514-1307 Andy Farmer 303-704-9022
Medical, Dental, Vision, 401k with employer match, Life Insurance and company-paid Disability.
Paid vacation and paid holidays.
We have great news here at RMT. We are excited to announce that we are expanding our services. We are now taking sand and chemicals to Utah and Wyoming! In addition, we are excited to announce that we are continuing to work with Halliburton to transport these loads.
We sure do like our craft beer here in Colorado! Below shows how many barrels the top 5 craft breweries in Colorado each produced in 2015. RMT delivers barley to 4 of the 5, with Odell’s being the only one we do not service.
New Belgium 945,000 barrels
Odell Brewing Co. 110,356 barrels
Oskar Blues Brewery 108,000 barrels
Left Hand Brewing 82,849 barrels
Avery Brewing 68,000 barrels
RMT will be hosting a pumpkin carving contest for all employees. The contest will take place on Monday, October 31st. There are two ways to enter the contest. You can bring your pumpkin to the corporate offices in Commerce City on Halloween, or you can submit a picture of your pumpkin to Justin Sack by emailing him at Jsack@rmtcompanies.com. In order for the submission to be valid, all pictures must include the pumpkin, as well as the RMT employee who is entering it. Winners will be picked by the judges by the close of business, and prizes will be awarded to the top 3 pumpkins.
Charles White of Nineveh, Indiana won the National Truck Driving Title held in Indianapolis this past month. Charles drives for Wal Mart Transportation and this was his sixth year participating in the event. Rookie of the year was won by Richard Merich, who resides in Lochbuie, Colorado and drives for FedEx Freight. Earlier this summer, RMT drivers Ernie Nielson and Paul Miller, competed in the local state championship, held at the Adams County Fairgrounds.
On 06-04-16 Alycia Cabral and Kelly Wilcoxon walked in the 5K raising money for Brain cancer awareness. Alycia and her family have a very personal rea-son for making this walk every year. Alycia’s grandfather (Wayne) has been fighting stage 4 brain tumor since 2010. At that time doctors told him 2 years at the most… Well it has been 6 years. Go Grandpa Wayne! All Funds raised allow the National Brain Tumor Society to research and find new and better treatments for Brain Cancer.
On 06-11-16 Carrie Bybee, Sue Engelstad & Kelly Wilcoxon walked a 5K for Jodi’s race for Ovarian Cancer awareness. This race raised over $124,000.00 dollars this year for Ovarian Cancer awareness. This race is a day to celebrate those who are bravely fighting this disease, and to pay tribute to those who have lost their fight. Like Jodi Brammeier who started this race in 2010 and in August of that same year lost her courageous battle with ovarian cancer.
Top Craft Beers for 2015
Avery Brewing, Liliko’I Kepolo
Avery Brewing, Vanilla Bean Stout
Crazy Mountain, Slopeside India session Ale
Elevation Brewing, Oil Man
Epic Brewing, Sour Brainless on Peaches
Great Divide, 21st Anniversary Sour
Left Hand Brewing, Bittersweet Imperial Coffee Milk Stout
Oscar Blues, Pinner Throwback IPA
According to OSHA, in 2014 2,630 workers suffered from a heat related illness. Here are some important reminders for working in the hot Colorado sun.
1. Drink water every 15 minutes, even if you are not thirsty. Avoid ice in water as it causes less hydration absorption in the body .
2. Rest in the shade to cool down.
3. Wear a hat and light-colored clothing. Wear sun screen, especially on your face and neck.
4. Learn the signs of heat illness and what to do in an emergency.
5. Keep an eye on fellow workers.
6. “Easy does it” on your first days of work in the heat. You need to get used to it.
7. Drink an electrolyte drink to replenish electrolytes lost in sweat.
Working in full sunlight can increase heat index values by 15 degrees Fahrenheit. Keep this in mind and plan additional precautions for working in these conditions.