Do you have what it takes to be a Tow Operator?
We are accepting applications from hard-working, mechanically inclined individuals with good people skills. To be successful, applicants should: Posess or be able to obtain a valid Chauffeur’s License (CDL class A is a plus!) Have a safe driving record- less than 4 points and no major violations Be mechanically inclined Be friendly and outgoing, as well as clean and well-groomed. Be able to pass a drug and alcohol test at any time (Federal requirement) Possess or be able to obtain a D.O.T. medical card, and meet all FMCSA driver fitness requirements. Have a background that does not create a conflict of interest with our law enforcement customers. Be comfortable operating a variety of trucks.  Operators will drive both carriers and wreckers. Be able to shift a manual transmission.  Many of our trucks our automatic, but there are a few sticks. Be able to speak, read, and write English, and do simple math including percentages. Be able to lift up to 70 pounds, climb up and down ditches, reach, bend and stoop. Tow operators supply their own basic hand tools, 4-way lug wrench and floor jack.  Towing is a 24-7-365 operation, operators must be willing to work weekends and holidays.  In addition, the worse the weather gets, the busier we are, so operators must be able to withstand hot, humid days as well as the coldest nights.  This job is more than just driving, wrecker operators must be ready to work outside in rain, sleet, and snow. Sudden schedule changes occur frequently; multi-vehicle or truck accidents frequently force us to adapt to demand. Experience is always welcome, but we are willing to provide training to the right person.  Our operators receive top commission for the area, health benefits, paid vacation and uniform service. If you think this is for you, stop by our office and complete an application, or email your resume to