Plan your life, budget, and schedule with your family when you join ours. Lipsey is continuously dedicated to having a family-driven operation. We want you to feel right at home, even when you’re on the road. Our goal is to build a solid working relationship with each of our drivers—a partnership based on honesty, respect, and mutual appreciation.
Dedicated and local opportunities
Do you want consistent home time, great benefits, and competitive pay? Lipsey has an opportunity for you. We know the challenges all drivers face and appreciate the sacrifices made to get the job done safely. You’ll be riding in comfort and confidence since our vendor relationships ensure you’re back on the road in less than six hours.
Once you’re in the Lipsey family, we work to keep you here. We focus on two keys to a successful driver orientation: a great first impression and having an efficient and effective onboarding experience. Because of our dedication to retention and recruitment, more than 60% of Lipsey drivers have been with us for longer than a year. Ready to join the family?
- Southeast Regional
- 3 Weeks out
- 2500 miles / week
- Up to $1500 weekly pay
- Sign On Bonus-$2,000
- Blue Cross medical, dental & vision
- Aflac Supplemental Benefits
- Up to $0.04 Quarterly Safety & Performance Bonus
- 2016 or newer Freightliner equipment
Hauling heavy equipment requires drivers to deliver and recover materials at Lipsey customer locations. As a Lipsey driver, you could be hauling equipment and supplies locally or long-distance. Your responsibilities may include performing basic troubleshooting or minor repairs if equipment malfunctions while on the job.
Regional / Shorthaul
Short-haul routes fall within 200 and 300 miles away from the home terminal. Regional routes cover a wider geographical area and can be up to 1,000 miles away from the driver’s home base. If you want to stay within a specific region, this may be the best option for you.
last mile delivery
With eCommerce and same-day delivery on the rise, the last-mile delivery portion of the supply chain has become more critical than ever. The last mile is a metaphor for the final movement of goods from the fulfillment center to the destination. These drivers should be comfortable with the physical requirements of delivering products to customers.