Does Swift Transportation
Hire Felons?

Swift Transportation


Phoenix, AZ

  • Year Founded:1966
  • CEO:Jerry C. Moyes

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Will Swift Transportation Hire Me With A Felony Conviction?

Based on our research and experience, yes Swift Transportation has previously hired individuals with felony convictions.

It is important to understand that every company considers many factors, not just a criminal background check, when it comes to deciding who to hire. These factors may include your experience, your skills, the type of conviction(s) you have, what you were convicted for, the number of convictions, the time since your release, and, how you have worked to better yourself since your conviction or what you have done since your release.

When applying for jobs at Swift Transportation, you should emphasis the steps you have taken to change your life. Did you work while you were incarcerated? Are you currently working? What new skills have you learned recently? How can your skill set and experience help Swift Transportation.

About Swift Transportation

Swift Transportation is the largest full-truckload motor carrier in North America. Based in Phoenix, Arizona, the Swift terminal network includes over forty full service facilities in the United States and Mexico. Swift provides a full line of service solutions including intermodal, refrigerated and logistics management. Safety is the primary focus in all the policies, procedures and programs that govern our business and Swift is celebrating 50 years of delivering a better life by improving lives for our employees and communities.

Current Openings

Unfortunately, we could not find any openings for Swift Transportation at this time. That does not necessarily mean they are not hiring at this time. We simply may not have listings for any positions in our system yet. Please check back later.