Carlile Alaska Trucking Jobs & Pre-Qualifying Form

Welcome to Your Next Adventure: Trucking in Alaska

Truck driving jobs in Alaska are so much more than a career. It’s an adventure, a way of life.

Join the Carlile family and master trucking in Alaska.  Our Alaskan trucking services include LTL, DOD, Hazmat, Heavy Haul, and so much more. Apply to start your trucking job in Alaska today!

Some CDL jobs in Alaska include driving on challenging terrain such as the Dalton Highway, also known as the North Slope Haul Road, which stretches from north of Fairbanks to Deadhorse, a community within Prudhoe Bay.

What are you waiting for? The roads of Alaska are calling. Take the wheel.


Operate safely and in compliance with all established HSE policies and procedures Inspect truck and trailer(s) for defects through pre-trip and post-trip inspections and submit reports indicating their condition Operate a variety of trucks and equipment Maintain driver and maintenance logs (electronic and manual) according to State and Federal regulations as well as Carlile policies and procedures. Spot trailers to warehouse, chock wheels, and assist in loading and unloading trailers Maintain telephone radio, or PeopleNet contact with terminal dispatcher to receive instructions and report safety hazards and/or incidents involving the driver or any company equipment May be required to perform emergency roadside repairs Ensure that cargo is secured for transport according to the FMCSRs Communicate with dispatch to receive instructions and maintain a clean work environment including swept trailer, clean cab, windows, and mirrors Determine discrepancies in paperwork and verify proper placarding when hauling HAZMAT Other duties as assigned”, “skills”: “High school diploma or GED Class A CDL with all endorsements, including HAZMAT Two years of verifiable, safe, over-the-road (OTR), Line driving, or Local driving experience preferred (may differ upon location). Must have a current USA passport, or enhanced driver’s license, and a clean record to enter Canada under Canadian law.”, “qualifications”: “Position requires willingness to work a flexible schedule and meet regulatory deadlines. Impeccable character, integrity, and unfailing initiative in a team environment Must be experienced to operate in snow and ice road conditions and be able to chain-up. Ability to work various shifts and days of the week Record of safe and competent driving as demonstrated on driver’s abstract and driving files. Excellent written and verbal communication skills Must have a basic mechanical background and aptitude coupled with the knowledge of how a diesel truck operates Must have the ability to work with mathematical concepts Must be able to prioritize daily task and assignments Must be customer focused. Must represent Carlile is a professional and friendly manner.”, “educationRequirements”: “High school diploma or GED”, “experienceRequirements”: “Two years of verifiable, safe, over-the-road (OTR), Line driving, or Local driving experience preferred (may differ upon location). Must have a current USA passport, or enhanced driver’s license, and a clean record to enter Canada under Canadian law.”

Carlile Driver Pre-Qualifying Form

Driver Pre-Qualifier

I’m at least 21 years old
Currently serving or a military veteran?
Driver Information

Frequently Asked Questions About Truck Driving Jobs in Alaska

What qualifications do I need for truck driving jobs in Alaska?

To drive for Carlile in Alaska, you’ll need a valid Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) and must meet all federal motor carrier guidelines. Experience with heavy haul, Hazmat, or LTL freight is preferred. We value drivers who are adaptable to Alaska’s unique driving conditions.

How does truck driving in Alaska differ from other regions?

Alaska presents unique challenges and adventures, including extreme weather conditions, varying daylight hours, and remote routes like the Dalton Highway. Driving here requires a high level of skill, resilience, and a passion for the extraordinary.

What kind of support and training does Carlile offer to new drivers?

Carlile provides comprehensive orientation and training, focusing on safety, equipment operation, and navigation through Alaska’s unique terrain. We also offer mentorship programs, pairing new drivers with experienced mentors for guidance and support.

What are the benefits and compensation like for truck drivers at Carlile?

Carlile offers truck driver benefits like competitive salaries, health benefits, retirement plans, and paid time off. We also provide bonuses for safety and performance, recognizing the hard work and dedication of our drivers.

How can I apply for a truck driving job at Carlile, and what is the hiring process?

Start by completing our online pre-qualifying form. Check out our list of Alaska trucking jobs. If you meet our criteria, we’ll invite you for an interview to discuss your experience and fit with Carlile. Successful candidates will then undergo a background check, drug test, and orientation before hitting the road.


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