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Schneider Transportation Careers for Veterans

Schneider Transportation Careers for Veterans

Photo Credit: Michael Cereghino


Schneider jobs for veterans posted below!

If you’re transitioning, or have already transitioned out of the military, and are looking to break into the transportation industry, you’re in luck!


Schneider, a 2020 Silver Military Friendly® Employer, loves to hire military veterans. In fact, many of their current employees are already veterans and they are pushing to hire even more! To see current and HOT openings, visit our job board.

Why Schneider?

Schneider will translate your military experience into great pay and benefits and guaranteed home time for weekend drill and annual training—no paid time off required! There is even a great apprenticeship program to get you off to a fast start.

Why the transportation industry?

Transportation is vital to the American economy. Every product we buy endures an often-lengthy journey to the store by boat, plane, train or truck—you can be the person who connects great products to American consumers.

“It is predicted that the industry will need 100,000 to 150,000 drivers in the next three to five years.” – Rob Reich, Executive Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer, Schneider

In 2014 we posted this article, and here we are in 2020 with an even bigger push to connect veterans to Schneider!




Get Started

We are helping Schneider fill their pipeline with as many veterans as we can, and they currently have over 2,500 transportation careers for veterans around the country who want to break into this exciting field that provides a soft landing, great pay and benefits, and an opportunity for fast career advancement. Some of the current and featured jobs are listed below, or you can go right over to our job board!



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