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Companies looking for truck drivers need to be as strategic as possible when hiring, as the transportation industry is currently facing a significant shortage in drivers. This is due to working conditions, pay, and uncertainty about future job prospects, among other issues.
One specific way employers can be more strategic and nimble is to post their open positions to job boards that specifically cater to the trucking industry. See our list of the best free and paid truck driver job boards.
- Truck Driver Jobs 411: Best for a candidate reach
- EveryTruckJob: Best for user-friendliness
- MeetATruckDriver.com: Best for candidate searching
- JobsInTrucks.com: Best for enhanced job postings
- Gary’s Job Board: Best applicant-focused truck driver job board
- The Trucker: Best for employee job matching
- AllTruckJobs: Best for pre-employment screening
- Drive My Way: Best for work and lifestyle preference matching
Truck Driver Job Boards Compared
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Free Job Boards
Truck Driver Jobs 411: Best for Candidate Reach
Trucker Driver Jobs 411 is a free online job board enabling job seekers to apply for positions and view company information and trucking companies to advertise their job posting for applicants, truck owners, and truck operators.
Although the number of registered candidates is unknown, the website offers an extensive network, comprehensive job listings, user-friendly interface, mobile accessibility, candidate support services, industry expertise, and wide geographic coverage making it an excellent platform for expanding your candidate reach.
Truck Driver Jobs 411 allows employers to post jobs and keep it active until it is filled. Some benefits of the site include an easy application process for job seekers and the ability for employers and recruiters to contact applicants via phone or email.
Posts are not shared with other sites or advertised on social media; other limitations include a lack of system-created candidate matching and resume/profile database.
EveryTruckJob: Best for User-friendliness
EveryTruckJob is a free online trucking job board designed for companies to connect employers with professional truck drivers. It highlights that over 5 million trucking jobs have been applied to through its website.
This job board is known for its ease of use, where companies can upload their company profile and post as many jobs as they want.
Like Truck Driver Jobs 411, EveryTruckJob lacks a resume/profile database, social media advertising, and system-generated candidate matching.
MeetATruckDriver.com: Best for Candidate Searching
MeetATruckDriver.com is an online truck driver job board that is part of CareGuide, a company that has a variety of online specialty websites within the service industries. What makes MeetATruckDriver.com unique is its accessibility. The site allows both truck drivers and truck driving companies to create specialized profiles, allowing the parties to connect outside of the traditional job application. Prospective employers can also save time by searching for applicant profiles without signing up.
MeetATruckDriver.com allows companies to post for free—you can post one job at a time and search for candidates that match your requirement, but you won’t be able to respond if anyone expresses interest in the job. This plan primarily just shows you whether or not your post generates enough interest to pay for an upgrade. The website has paid offerings where employers have unlimited access to the site, including unlimited messaging with potential applicants, the ability to share private contact information with other users, and increased visibility of their page. The subscription model is below with discounts for paying in advance.
Some of the limitations of the site include not having candidate matching or an applicant tracking system.
Paid Job Boards
JobsInTrucks.com: Best for Enhanced Job Postings
JobsInTrucks.com is a paid online job board that specializes in the trucking industry. Jobsintrucks.com, created as part of TopUSAJobs.com and JobsInLogistics.com, can be used for employers looking for trucking trainees as well as experienced drivers.
JobsInTrucks.com allows employers to advertise on the website and Facebook page via banners and managed ad campaigns, respectively. It offers enhanced job postings (that include video, images, logos, etc.), access to its database for targeted searches, and an email matching system that alerts users when an applicant matches the company’s requirements.
Limitations of the site include 300 resume views per month and a maximum of 250 active job postings that an employer can have at one time. To get pricing, you need to call (877) 562-7678 for a quote.
Gary’s Job Board: Best Applicant-focused Truck Driver Job Board
Founded in 2014, Gary’s Job Board is an online job board designed with the applicant (truckers) in mind. It emphasizes that it never shares jobseekers’ personal information with third parties and will always be free for truck drivers.
This job board’s strengths include being unaffiliated with recruitment companies (so your job posts won’t be competing with sponsored or highlighted listings), classifying applicants based on their licensure, local and national advertising, and a large trucker database for companies to choose from due to the simple applicant sign-up.
The downside of using the site is there is no way to increase the visibility of your job listing vs your competitor.
Gary’s Job Board is free for applicants but not employers. Employers can either pay $25 per post or $300 for an annual membership if you expect to have many openings. The annual membership includes assistance with onboarding, training, and recruitment.
The Trucker: Best for Employee Job Matching
The Trucker is a source for news and information related to the trucking industry. One key component is an online job board primarily for long-haul truck driving jobs.
The site boasts an easy-to-use website that allows companies to search by criteria such as driver type, trailer type, location, and route type. The Trucker also has an application processing system that matches applicants to jobs and automatically sends their applications to the matched companies.
The downside of The Trucker is a lack of information for employers. This includes items such as employer reviews and pricing. To get pricing, you would need to contact the company.
AllTruckJobs: Best for Pre-employment Screening
Part of TrackFive, AllTruckJobs was created in 2015 to provide a specialized digital platform for truck drivers and trucking companies with job posts, website advertisements, and recruiting tools for companies hiring drivers.
The job board’s strengths include a pre-screening process for applicants; a directory of truck stops, driving schools, and truck companies; partnerships with more general job boards like ZipRecruiter; and best practices on how to post a job on the site.
The downsides of the site include a lack of independent reviews and nontransparent pricing. AllTruckJobs is free for applicants, but employers must reach out to request pricing on its four plan options via an online form. Details on the four plans are listed below.
Includes 300 job posts, real-time leads, direct jobs applications, standard customer support, reporting capability, and access to a driver directory
All Core benefits, plus more job posts, enhanced customer support, and a trackable 800 telephone number
All Core Plus benefits, plus auto-response emails to job applicants and a job list banner
All National features, plus auto-response emails to job leads as well as a banner that is featured prominently on the site
Drive My Way: Best for Work & Lifestyle Preference Matching
Drive My Way is an online job board that specializes in CDL (commercial driver’s license) jobs. One of the benefits of Drive My Way is that its candidate matching system takes into account work and lifestyle preferences such as pay, home time, and benefits in addition to qualifications. Drive My Way also provides customer assistance access to a list of resumes from candidates, and a blog specifically designed for employers. The site highlights its audience of over 150,000 drivers.
One limitation of the site is not offering many branding opportunities, including no employer profiles. To obtain pricing, you must request a quote from the Drive My Way’s website.
These trucking job boards allow employers to advertise open truck driving positions specifically to their target market. In addition to them, you can also use more generic job board websites like Indeed, ZipRecruiter, and Google Jobs to reach a wider audience. To save on costs, you can also visit our article on free job posting sites.