What’s the role?
Working as a lorry driver, you will be responsible for the safe delivery of goods to a large variety of customers.
Some duties may involve:
Ensuring goods are safely secured
Keeping your vehicle in good condition
Loading and unloading the vehicle
Completing delivery paperwork
As part of our driving workforce, you’ll have access to:
Guaranteed free full DCPC training during your employment
Opportunities for further training & career development
Free, full uniform
Paid holiday entitlement
Refer a friend scheme
After 5 years of service you will receive an additional 6 days paid holidays
An extensive employee benefits, including: Pension Scheme, Life Assurance & discounts and savings scheme
Up to £100 to cover drivers medical
Unique online system, collating pay slips and other information
What kind of person are you looking for?
We welcome all new & experienced drivers to join our well established team, to keep our family growing.
This position requires the following criteria:
To hold a full LGV C+E (Class 1) licence
Have no more than 6 penalty points
To have a valid Driver Qualification Card (DQC)/ Driver CPC
To own a valid Digital Tachograph Card
Physically active due to the nature of the role; dealing with heavy goods
Fluent in English; Constant communication with colleagues and customers
What happens next?
If your initial application is successful, you will be invited to one of our driving assessment days with 24 – 48 hours, we can work with you to arrange a slot that suits you best. On these days, we carry out a full physical driving assessment (on the road drive) and interview with the local operation's manager.
Assessments typically take 1hr 30 minutes and are booked at local level between recruitment and the operations teams.
A Note for Recruitment Agencies
We have a team of internal recruiters and we advertise our vacancies to attract candidates and not agency suppliers. If we need agency assistance then we will reach out to our trusted partners. Any speculative CVs we receive will not be accepted as an introduction.