Make Dot Foods the First Step in Your Career

High school is coming to an end and you may be asking “what’s next?”


You may also be wondering whether or not the path that’s right for your peers is the right journey for you. We get that. That’s why we created Passport to Dot.


No matter which path you want to take, Dot Foods Careers is here to give you the opportunity to grow in your career and support you through this time of exploration.

What is Passport to Dot?

Why Passport to Dot?

What You Can Expect

Gain new skills and make money with a bunch of added benefits—Passport to Dot is a great way to kick start your future. This is your passport to opportunities.

Pick Your Path

Picture This: Fast forward to four years from now. Some of your friends are graduating from their four-year colleges with a degree—but also four-years worth of debt. You’ve been working in the Dot Foods warehouse since you were 18 making an average of $48K per year. You’ve been working your way up in the warehouse. You became a warehouse trainer a couple years ago and now you’re a shift lead with even more earning potential and career trajectory.


Job Options:
  • Warehouse Worker
  • Warehouse Trainer
  • Shift Lead
  • Shift Manager
  • Warehouse Manager
  • Parcel Handler
Picture This: You’re 22. Some of your friends are graduating from their four-year colleges, but you just got your Class A commercial driver’s license (CDL)—which Dot paid for—through Dot’s Warehouse to Driver Program. Your friends have been accumulating debt while you’ve been working in the warehouse making an average of $48K each year. Plus, now that you’re wrapping up your first year as a Dot driver, you’re seeing that you made an average of $62K.


Job Options:
  • Delivery Driver
  • No-Touch Driver
  • Team Driver
  • Driver Trainer
Schedule Options:
  • “Traditional”
  • 4 on, 4 off
  • 6 on, 3 off
Picture This: While working in the warehouse, Dot Transportation, Inc. (DTI) has piqued your interest. You’ve always been fascinated by the logistics side of the business and have enjoyed working with truck drivers on the dock as a warehouse material handler. Because of your warehouse experience, you’re able to interview and secure a job with DTI, start on a new path in your career, and pursue even more earning potential.


Job Options:
  • Dispatch Coordinator
  • Gate Station Attendant
  • Assistant Transportation Manager
Picture This: You’ve worked in the warehouse for four years, but now you’re looking for a change. For the past few years, you’ve had the opportunity to learn the ins and outs of Dot’s business and job shadow different office employees. A job opens up in the department you’ve been dying to transfer to. You go through the interview process and get the job because of your extensive Dot knowledge and experience. Say hello to even more earning potential.
Job Options:
  • HR
  • Administration
  • Pricing
  • Customer Service
  • Marketing
  • IT

Where Can I Work?