What are some entry-level jobs?
Dayton Freight has several entry-level job opportunities, including:
- Customer service — Answering phones, doing data entry, assisting customers and drivers
- Dock worker — Responsible for loading and unloading trucks
- Driver — Takes cargo from point A to point B
- General maintenance — Maintaining trucks, buildings and equipment
An entry-level position is a good place to start your career at Dayton Freight. It’ll give you a chance to learn your way around the company and give you a better chance at promotions later down the line.
Tips to get hired here with a felony
So, you’ve decided you’d like to get a job at Dayton Freight with a felony. That’s awesome! Let us walk you through the application and interview process.
Their process is pretty straightforward. You’ll go to their careers page and choose a job you’re qualified for and fill out the corresponding application.
You don’t necessarily need a resume, but it’s always good practice to have one on hand while filling out the information. If you’d like some extra help putting one together, we have you covered for that, too. Check out the guide Relaunch Pad developed specifically for felons.
Dayton Freight also needs to know your previous work history, including names, addresses and phone numbers of past employers. Don’t forget job titles and description of duties.
List any talents or skills pertaining to the job. For example, if you’ve worked in customer service before and know your way around an office, let them know. You want to drive a truck? Be sure they know if you have your CDL and when and where you obtained it. If working on the dock is more your style, tell them about any warehousing experience you have.
There are also a few things you’ll want to keep in mind to help you nail your interview and land the job at Dayton Freight:
First, you’ll want to dress business casual attire, like khakis and a nice shirt.
If you have any tattoos or piercings, it’s best to hide or remove them, if possible, until you know the company’s policy on these things.
Arrive 10-15 minutes early to fill out any pre-interview paperwork. It’ll also show them that you’re serious about a job with their company.
During the interview, talk up the skills and talents that you listed on your application. Be sure they also know where you picked them up. Was it in prison? From a previous job? Maybe you’re self-taught or took some classes?
This is also a good time to be honest about your past. They’ll find out the truth eventually anyway and it’ll be a good start to establishing trust with the company.