Thank you for your interest in GGS INC. To apply for a driving position, please send your updated resume at narrative paper online Incomplete information will delay the processing of your application or prevent it from being submitted.

In compliance with Federal and State equal employment opportunity laws, qualified applicants are considered for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, veteran status, non-job related disability, or any other protected group status.

Please make sure you include all this information
  • Social Security Number
  • Home address history for the past 3 years
  • Current drivers license number and drivers license history for the past 3 years
  • Employment history up to 10 years.
  • History of traffic accidents, violations, and / or convictions from the last 5 years (including DUI or reckless driving convictions and license suspensions)
  • Military history (if applicable)
If you have any questions don’t hesitate, please contact us at 599-930-9095.

What We Do

No matter what drives you – a passion for the open road, career independence or financial security – GGS Inc. has the driving opportunities for you. Swift Transportation is a powerful force on the road with more than 50 trucks, 45 trailers and 55 company drivers and owner operators too. And while we’re busy making a difference in the everyday lives of millions, we’re dedicated to delivering success to you. Join GGS Inc.’s Driving Force today for a career that goes the long haul.

Qualifications and Eligibility

According federal requirements, drivers must meet the following criteria:

  • Must be 21 years old.
  • Must speak adequate English.
  • Must be able to safely operate the type of equipment he or she is assigned to drive.
  • Must be physically qualified to drive a commercial vehicle (according to Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration standards). You’ll need a valid medical certificate completed by a registered medical professional.
  • Must provide a list of moving violations in the past three years.
  • May not be disqualified from driving for any reason.
  • Must have a valid commercial license and a road test certificate–usually a CDL (Commercial Driver License).

To get your CDL, you should get a copy of your state’s CDL manual (available online). You are required to pass a skills test (and in some cases a written test). You’ll be issued a CDL learner’s permit that allows you to practice with a licensed CDL driver before earning your license. Special endorsements are required to operate the following types of vehicles:  a truck with double or triple trailers, a truck with a tank, a truck carrying hazardous materials or a passenger vehicle.

At GGS Inc., we have a list of non-negotiable requirements above and beyond those listed by U.S. DOT. These have been put in place to make sure we preserve our outstanding safety record and get the very best drivers. We run a nationwide background check on all candidates to let us know about any disqualifying criminal convictions. Our additional requirements are as follows:


Our drivers must have a minimum of one year of recent (within the last 24 months) experience driving the type of equipment that they will be assigned to operate.

Clean Accident Record

Our drivers may not have DOT defined accidents in the past three years (in any type of motor vehicle). This includes all accidents in which the driver was convicted for a moving violation in connection with the crash or charged with responsibility for the crash.

Limited Moving Violations/ No Convictions on Serious Offenses

Our drivers may have no more than three moving violations in any type of motor vehicle in the past three years.

Our drivers may have no convictions for any of the following serious offenses (in any type of vehicle) in the past seven years:

  • Driving under the influence of alcohol (.04 or greater alcohol concentration, driving under the influence under state law, or refusing to test).
  • Driving under the influence of a controlled substance.
  • Leaving the scene of an accident.
  • No more than one excessive speeding violation (15 mph or more above the posted speed limit).
  • Reckless driving.
  • Any moving violation in connection with a fatal accident.
  • Vehicular manslaughter or vehicular homicide.
  • Eluding a police officer.
  • Operating a vehicle with a suspended or revoked license.


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