Are you an experienced Class 2 or 7.5t HIAB Driver based in the Little Hulton area of Manchester? A flexible driving opportunity has arisen for an HGV 2 HIAB (or 7.5t cpc) Driver to work for a competitive rate of up to £13.50 per hour, with overtime opportunities available.
The HIAB Driver will be making multi-drop deliveries of building materials during the day, in and around Greater Manchester. This is also a people-facing role, as you will be liaising with managers, customers and other members of the team, so you'll need to be a friendly and outgoing worker. Experience of using hook and sling and grab is highly desirable; both would be preferable. For your skills, you'll earn between £10 to £13.50 per hour.
If you'd have been working at this company last week, here's a few responsibilities you would have taken on:
- Driving Class 2 HIAB HGV or 7.5t vehicles to building sites, or wherever directed
- Making multi-drop deliveries during day shifts
- Liaising with other team members, managers and customers.
As a HIAB Driver, you should have at least two years' experience as a HIAB , Multi-drop Delivery Driver, with specific HGV experience, working either with permanent or temporary drivers as part of a team. The work starts immediately, and there will be ongoing assignments to suit flexible working patterns.
To apply for this delivery driver job, you should have the following:
- Current HGV 2 licence and CPC card
- Current Digi Tacho Card and HIAB licence
- A reliable, hard-working attitude
- Own car (preferable)
For insurance requirements, you must have a minimum of two years' HGV experience and have no more than six points for minor endorsements. Regretfully, majors including IN, DR and DD cannot be considered.
Please contact us today for more information and to apply. Rest assured, in this time of COVID-19, any interviews will be online or via phone for your safety.
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