Schneider National, Inc. Regional Intermodal Truck Driver | Home Weekly | Houston, TX in Baytown, Texas

Regional Intermodal truck drivers enjoy weekly time at home and earn up to $70,000 per year*. That great combination of home time and pay is possible by hauling no-touch freight in and out of the rail yards within 400 miles of Houston, TX. Learn more about this CDL driving job and apply to be Schneider's next great Regional Intermodal driver!

Eligible CDL Truck Driver Applicants: Experienced Class A CDL holders

Houston Intermodal Truck Driver Pay

  • Up to $70,000 per year*

  • Driver performance bonus paid out weekly — 86% of fleet receives bonus

  • *Based on CDL driver experience

Regional Intermodal Truck Driver Benefits

  • Medical, dental and vision insurance, plus flexible spending options

  • 401(k) savings plan with company match

  • Paid orientation and time off

  • Up to $7,000 tuition reimbursement (paid at $200/month) for qualified drivers

  • Paid 3-day refresher course option for drivers restarting a driving career

  • Credit for Military Experience and Military Apprenticeship programs, plus more military benefits

  • Many more — see full list of benefits

Houston Intermodal Truck Driver Qualifications

  • Valid Class A Commercial Driver's License (CDL)

  • Live within 75 miles of Houston, TX

  • Minimum 6 months of Class A driving experience

  • Hazmat endorsements required within 60 days of hire

  • Tanker endorsements required within 60 days of hire

More Reasons to Pick Schneider Intermodal

  • Average fleet age less than 3 years, over 85% automated transmissions

  • Onsite, individual leaders and dispatch with low driver-to-leader ratios to better ensure you're moving and productive

  • Personalized Intermodal training with paid orientation

  • Company-owned chassis to increase productivity and lesson time spent at the rail yard

  • Only Intermodal provider in North America with 100% fleet coverage of container-tracking technology and cargo-sensing capabilities

  • Learn more about Schneider's Intermodal division