Heavy Goods - LGVC Driver - Multi-drop

“If you want to join a market leader in the food service sector look no further”

Now in its 3rd generation we are a family run business offering excellent service to fish & chip shops, fast food outlets and bakers.  We have gone from strength to strength and are now looking to further improve our customer service offering by recruiting multi-drop drivers.

The role:

As an LGV driver you will be given fixed routes, regular customer drops and the opportunity to build strong working relationships with the customers.  As a multi-drop driver you are very much the face of the company so developing a strong relationship with the customer is vitally important.  We pride ourselves in offering a first class service so if you feel you want to share your enthusiasm and desire in this area we are the right company for you to find your next role.

Hours of work: Monday to Friday. No nights out.  Multi- Drop.  Start times are flexible.

The applicant:

Ideally looking for someone with experience of multi drop deliveries with a strong customer focus. A flexible approach to work and a good team player are essential.  You will be an ambassador for the company both in front of the customer and on the road while driving our fully liveried vehicles.  We are a progressive business so if you too have ambition this is the right opportunity for you.

Requirements:

Must hold a full LGVC and a CPC card and preferably have multi-drop experience, but we will train.

 

We offer an attractive benefits package including pension scheme, holidays and life assurance scheme.

If you fancy joining a premiership team and adding value to our business and progressing your own future don’t wait any longer.

If you are interested, please complete the form below to apply for this role.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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