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Truck Driving Jobs

 Truck Driving Jobs – Job Placement

Are you looking for a local truck driving job or employment as an Over The Road (OTR) operator? Many professional trucking companies are now hiring full-time and part-time positions. Transportation Training Centers offers lifetime job placement assistance to all of our graduates. Our staff is 100% dedicated to providing our students with the knowledge and resources they require to find the company that best suits their needs.

National  and local  OTR company recruiters come on site during school hours to meet and discuss the career possibilities of employment with their companies.

Applications are available onsite.

During the 2013/2014 period our 180 hr program had a completion rate of 99%, a withdrawal rate of 2.9%, and a placement rate of 100%.Tennessee Higher Education requires our school to provide them with information related to graduation, job placement and tuition costs.  Tennessee Higher Education has provided a link where you can verify job placement and graduation information for each of our programs.  To view detailed job placement and graduation info, visit and click on the “Authorized Institutions Data” button.

These are just some of the many companies that are available to our students:

Werner Trucking: “Werner Enterprises, Inc. was founded in 1956 and is a premier transportation and logistics company, with coverage throughout North America, Asia, Europe, South America, Africa and Australia. Werner maintains its global headquarters in Omaha, Nebraska and maintains offices in the United States, Canada, Mexico, China and Australia.”

Huff N Puff “Beginning as an agricultural operation in the heart of Middle Tennessee, Huff & Puff Trucking, Inc. hauled its first load of freight in 1983. We have grown into a flatbed carrier that serves customers in 48 states and Canada. As a locally owned company, the excellent service we provide to our customers and our personal approach.”

TMC Transportation: “In 1972, Harrold Annett purchased the dormant trucking company, The Mickow Corporation. On March 6, driver Wally Harrah delivered TMC’s first load from Chicago to Des Moines. With six power units and an office staff of two, Harrold and his team of professionals built TMC into the largest privately-held flatbed carrier in the nation.”