Lobos Interstate Services Selects Postings.com for Class A CDL Jobs

January 19, 2016 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
Lobos Interstate Services choose Postings.com for job posting distribution after a successful Class A CDL hiring campaign in 2015. "With Postings.com we found new innovative ways to source drivers, including 'apply by phone' and deploying a mobile friendly job application," said Ravyn Lee, Recruiting Manager.

The job market for truck drivers is expected to tighten further in 2016. Transportation and truck driving jobs are among the hardest to fill in one of the most competitive parts of the labor market.

"The tightening is due to an increase in job opportunities and truck drivers retiring in 2016" says Mike O'Brien CEO of Postings.com. "The transportation and logistics labor marketplace has more jobs than candidates at this point, which means companies like Lobos have to bring new Class A CDL drivers into the market to overcome those who are leaving due to retirement."

Lobos is currently looking for:
  • Class A CDL Drivers Boise ID
  • Class A CDL Drivers & Training Los Angeles, CA
  • Class A CDL Drivers Denver, CO
  • Class A CDL Drivers Las Vegas, NV

  • Applicants who are interested in learning more can also call 1-832-529-6862 and talk with an agent to learn more about the industry and job opportunities. See all Lobos Interstates Jobs.

    For general or media information on Postings please contact Mike O'Brien at 619-618-4201.

    About Postings.com
    Postings.com is a cloud-based software as a solution platform that enables companies and recruiters to greatly improve their recruiting programs and lower costs associated with job advertising. Postings.com streamlines the process of sourcing candidates while reducing front office recruiter workload, allowing them to focus on higher value activities. Candidate's resumes are automatically imported and parsed into searchable digital files. With a few clicks, create targeted emails and text campaigns to imported candidates and/or access a growing database of 4 million candidates.

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