Approximately 15,000 employees are making Air Products the world’s safest and best performing industrial gases company, providing excellent service to all customers in over 30 different industries. With safety being our number one goal, many of our drivers have achieved 1 million safe miles and have been recognized for their achievements. Compensation includes: Safety incentives and an excellent benefit package, and the opportunity to drive new equipment.
We’re proud to boast that we have a 10% driver turnover, nationwide. We have drivers that have made careers with Air Products, spending 30 years and more with the company. So, if you’re looking for a career opportunity with stability and a steady workload visit our Career Center for an opportunity near you.
Liquid Bulk Drivers (Home Daily)
Our professional bulk drivers deliver nitrogen, oxygen, argon, hydrogen and CO2 to our customers within a 250-mile radius of the plant. They work a steady, predictable schedule in a slip-seat operation averaging 12 hour days. We have 5 year leases on our tractors, so we can keep equipment newer and safer. In addition to driving, responsibilities include preparation and completion of Air Products paperwork and adhering to our safety policies and procedures.
Team Truck Drivers
Our Team Truck Drivers primarily deliver argon and hydrogen to our customers and plants across the country and into Canada, occasionally filling in for local deliveries when necessary. They either work a schedule of 5 days on, then 2 days off or 6 days on then 2 days off. Those 2 days are time spent at home, not on the road.
Express Services (APEX)
This is a 24/7 solutions oriented services and supply chain business providing hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, argon and helium in gas or liquid form. The Driver/Tech will be required to safely deliver these gases to Air Products’ customers and utilize various types of equipment including nitrogen and hydrogen pumpers that mainly support the refinery, pipeline and petrochemical market segments.
This position requires travel to customer sites with nitrogen service equipment to perform various duties from purging lines, cool downs, inert entry and other various applications. The Technician will be required to travel both in and out of state with the ability to work variable schedules (including nights and weekends). 40 hour pay is guaranteed, regardless of the work load! CDL Class A with tanker and hazmat is required as this position requires 10-20% driving. The other 80-90% of the work will be as an Operating Technician/Mechanic to operate and maintain equipment. Technicians will often be on the road the duration of their scheduled shift, working 12 hour days, depending on demand.
U.S. Plant Locations
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