Policy: Truck driving jobs are allowed on Indeed. For truck driving jobs to receive free visibility, the job post must clearly state the type of truck driving position. Employers whose post fails to state the type of position will require sponsorship.
Additionally, the following types of truck driving roles are permitted on Indeed:
- The job seeker already owns their own vehicle, and they will use the vehicle for their job. These job seekers typically act as an independent contractor and are responsible for all related equipment expenses.
- Company Drivers
- The employer provides a truck to the employees at no cost. The employee generally must return the truck if employment is terminated.
- Lease Purchase
- The job seeker leases the vehicle from the employer and can ultimately become an above-mentioned "Owner-Operator" through monthly payments.
- Details about payment plans, interests rates, and other related fees must be disclosed in the job description to receive free visibility.
- If details about the fees are not disclosed, the post will lose visibility.
For all three types of positions, employers must clearly state in the description if they are in search of a candidate with a "Commercial Driver's License" (CDL) versus a standard driver's license. Additionally, truck driving jobs must adhere to all of Indeed's other quality-related policies.
Purpose: Although truck driving positions are often quality opportunities for a job seeker, they also tend to have quality-related issues. This policy is in place to ensure the best experience for the job seeker.