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Truck Driver

Any, South Dakota, United States

Job description

Pave Your Own Way with the Association of General Contractors

AGC partners with South Dakota's leading construction companies and we have opportunities across the state for you. Get hands-on with your future in a highly stable industry. Construction industry employment will add almost 1 million jobs between now and 2024, with workers making 7.1% more money than in previous years! Founded in 1935, AGC of South Dakota is the only full-service statewide construction trade association that serves and represents commercial construction, heavy, highway, bridge, and municipal/utility contractors. 

Construct a Great Career with an AGC Member Company

Our contractor members are currently seeking Truck Drivers to assist with highway, bridge, and utility construction projects in your area. These are full-time, well-paying positions with competitive benefits! Start building the foundation for a successful career in construction as a Truck Driver.

Role Overview:

As a truck driver, you’re the connection between what needs to get done and the supplies and materials to make it happen. Hit the road with a purpose, using your superior driving and navigation skills—and overall drive—to play an important role on major construction projects. If you have an excellent driving record and take great pride in driving a truck safely and efficiently, then the title of truck driver might be perfect for you.

  • Operate company trucks and other machines while maintaining the highest level of safety standards and DOT/FMCSA regulations.
  • Maintain appropriate CDL licenses and endorsements for the types of vehicles you will be operating.
  • Strive for the highest standards of customer satisfaction and safety compliance.

Job requirements

Job Requirements:

Member companies each have their own unique requirements based on their policies. By submitting your application, you will be considered by a multitude of companies within the AGC Association and evaluated against their requirements. For additional information, please contact us at