LGV Class 1 C+E Driver

20 Jul 2017
17 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

LGV Class 1 C+E Driver
Kettering NN16 0BE
Excellent benefits including CPC training
Start time 4.00am working any 5 days from 7 (predominantly Monday to Friday)

Our client has identified an excellent opportunity for experienced LGV Class 1 Drivers (C+E) to act as ambassadors for their company, driving their vehicles as part of the growing team within the operating network.

What you’ll need
• A C+E driving license is required and a driver CPC (DQC card)
• The ability to networking at delivery points, e.g. building a working relationship with security and goods in staff that will assist in the delivery process
• A good working knowledge of the British road network
• Physically fit as the role has elements of manual work including handling of goods, climbing into the vehicle
• The ability to impact on the customer & the success of the contract by ensuring that orders are delivered accurately and efficiently
• A minimum of one year’s driving experience in a similar environment
• No more than 6 live points on a current driving licence

• Life assurance at 1 x basic annual salary subject to qualifying conditions
• Full uniform provided
• Staff discount scheme
• 30 days annual leave inclusive of an amount in respect of bank holidays
• Pension scheme
• Childcare voucher scheme
• Driver CPC training

The company
Our client is a privately owned, family business with a head office located in Northampton; their mission is to deliver a 'personal touch' to their customer base. Today, the company continuously advises and develops client services and cost management principles, driving efficiency in the supply chain, specialising in all areas of warehousing, transport networking and value added service.

How to apply
If you wish to be considered for this Class 1 C+E Driver role click ‘apply’. You will receive an email shortly after your application - you will need to read and respond to this to complete your application.

You must be eligible to work in the UK.