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7.5 tonne drivers

Our client based in Worcestershire are recruiting Cat C1 (7.5t drivers) & Cat C (Class 2). Newly qualified drivers welcome, for Pre-loaded deliveries of shed and fence panels nationwide to customer's homes, working in two-man teams. The position is Monday to Friday, day work, 8-14 drops per shift. Start times are 0400-0500, with some handball involved, potential earnings of up to £660 per week which includes £40 per week attendance bonus.

This is a great opportunity to work with a company that prides itself on its relationship with its drivers and is the leading manufacturer and supplier of garden products.

Our client offers:
•Fleet of new and well-maintained vehicles
•Ongoing work throughout 2019
•Discount on product
•Secure parking

Hourly rates of pay;

Monday to Friday (days) £9.33 PAYE, £10.33 LTD

Also, a £40 per week attendance bonus

To apply applicants must have the following;

· Full C1(7.5t) licence or Cat C (Class 2).

· Drivers CPC card

· Digi Tacho Card

The benefits of the role include:
•28 days annual leave pro rota PAYE (inclusive of statutory holidays)
•Possible permanent positions following successful trial period
•Online payslips
•Weekly pay
•Pension contribution
•Ongoing work

For immediate registration and induction at our clients site call Greg or Diane at Jark Offices 01905 330950 and email your cv over to us

Job Types: Full-time, Temporary, Permanent

Salary: £660.00 /week

Licence:
•driving license (Preferred)
•CPC (Required)
•Digital Tacho Card (Preferred)




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  • Posted on 21st March 2020
  • Location: Worcestershire
  • Salary: £9.33 - £10.33 per hour
  • Tenure: contract