Come join the family today.
$27.50/Hour, Average Weekly Pay of $1,265
$300 Quarterly Safety Bonus*
Time and a half pay after 40 hours
Rotating Schedule – Work 5 days and 2 days off
No Touch Freight
Driver Referral Program; Get Paid For Loving Your Job!
Vacation and Holiday Pay
Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, 401(k)
Valid Class A or B CDL preferred but not required
With over 100 years of experience, we understand what drivers need and want; dedicated routes, predictable home time, and competitive pay. You are more than an employee, YOU are the vital piece to our success. Our promise to you is a trucking career driven by communication, honesty, and respect. Hogan welcomes anyone interested in an essential and sustainable career to join our team including recent CDL A graduates, Military Veterans, and Women. Join the Hogan family today and let’s go the distance together!
*Speak to a recruiter today for more details!
Hogan’s Driver of the Year
Founded by Joseph Hogan in St. Louis as a local trucking company. He started a small, local cartage business to serve the needs of St. Louis’ business community.
Carl Hogan, Sr. joined his father in the family business and successfully grew the small, local cartage company to a full-service, regional transportation provider.
Carl’s three sons took over, and the Hogan brothers now lead a full- service, multi-faceted transportation company operating throughout North America.
We continue a tradition of unparalleled, personalized service to clients, utilizing first-class equipment and advanced technology. At the forefront of it all, the Hogan brothers remain dedicated to customer satisfaction.
At Hogan, our values of integrity, professionalism, responsibility, teamwork, the pursuit of excellence, and commitment align with those of the brave men and women who served, and continue to serve, our country. We are tremendously proud of our military team members, and we encourage active military, veterans, and their family members to join the Hogan family. We’ll welcome you with open arms and a salute to your service.