Transportation Jobs for Veterans at CPG Enterprises

Orlando-based trucking company CPG Enterprises receives FL VETS Business Training Grant to hire and train 30 veterans.

 

On February 17, 2016, Veterans Florida awarded CPG Enterprises, an Orlando based trucking company, $79,849.95 through the FL VETS Business Training Grant Program to hire and train 30 new veterans. This is the first grant awarded by the new program.

CPG Enterprises, an Orlando based trucking company, seeks to hire 30 veterans. Since their start up in 2004, CPG Enterprises has seen a tremendous increase in growth and customer satisfaction. To ensure the needs of their clients are met at the most exceptional level, Office Manager, Jossie Cano recently began his hunt for hardworking, dedicated, and reliable individuals to become members of his team. Jossie knows that veterans could be a valuable asset to his company after serving 4 years in the Marine Corps.

“I heard of the FL VETS Business Training Grant Program through CareerSource Central Florida and immediately applied for the program. Being a Marine Corps Veteran myself, I understand what values and dedication Veterans can bring to the team. Within a few days of submitting my application I had a conversation with their staff to discuss my company’s hiring needs. Shortly after, they approved the grant and will help me advertise my job openings so that I can find a team of veterans who fit my exact criteria. It was quick, easy, and made my search much easier. I am honored to have such hardworking individuals become a part of our team. There is no one more deserving than these brave men and women,” said CPG’s, Jossie Cano.

“Veterans make great employees,” says Bobby Carbonell, Veterans Florida’s Executive Director. “CPG Enterprises knows that veterans have leadership skills, are timely, team players, pay attention to detail and learn quickly. This grant will allow their businesses to combine these traits with customized skill training to meet the business’s specific needs. Smart companies like CPG Enterprises know hiring veterans is not only the right thing to do but good for the bottom line.”

Job Description

Flatbed Truck Driver

CPG Enterprises is looking for veterans that have served in any of the branches of the armed forces and are looking to get a Class “A” CDL License or already have their Class “A” CDL License and experience as a Flatbed Truck Driver.  As a Flatbed Truck Driver, you will haul shipments from one location to the other.  You will be sent to a vocational/trade school, receive on the job training by our experienced drivers, and after your training is complete you will be a licensed flatbed truck driver.

This training program is only available to Veterans and is paid for in partnership by Grant from Veterans Florida and CPG Enterprises of Orlando, Inc.

CPG Enterprises of Orlando, Inc. pays our drivers by the load and load type. Driver salaries range weekly anywhere from $800 to $1100 depending on the load being hauled, weight, and destination.

CPG Enterprises is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

How to apply: Email Office Manager, Jossie Cano at jcano@cpgorlando.com or call the office at (407) 382-4500.

About CPG Enterprises

CPG Enterprises provides carrier and broker services with flatbed trucks, specializing in transporting barricades and concrete precast to all 48 states. With over 25 years of experience as trucks drivers, CPG Enterprises is committed to timely, secure and quality service to best meet the needs of our customers.

About Veterans Florida

Veterans Florida, a 501c(3) corporation established by the State of Florida as part of the Florida GI Bill, reinforces Florida’s standing as the most veteran-friendly state in the nation. Veterans Florida provides workforce solutions to Florida businesses and entrepreneurship training to Florida military veterans. The board of directors is comprised of nine individuals from across the state appointed by the Governor, Florida Senate President, and the Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives. For more information, visit www.veteransflorida.org.

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