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HGV Driver

Permanent HGV Driver/Roadworker job in Killin, Perthshire. Please call Joanne 01382 723872

Your new company
My client is a road works company who has a national presence in the private sector. They are looking for a flexible Driver to join their squad

Your new role
You will work a minimum of 40 hours a week, doing a 4 week shift rota including days, nights and standby. You will have a supportive and hands on approach to your work. You will support squads out on the road, carry out in-house yard tasks, drive company vehicles and when required winter gritting. This is an ongoing temporary job with the possibility of permanent employment for the right candidate.

What you'll need to succeed
You will have your Class 2 license with CPC and you will be able to pass a drug and alcohol test. You will have patience, be health and safety aware and understand gritting duties. You will be comfortable with working nights and be happy with the shift pattern. You will be able to get yourself to and from the depot in Fraserburgh. You will be comfortable and qualified to do both the driving and roadworks aspect of the job.

What you'll get in return
You will receive a competitive hourly rate and full uniform including boots. You will be given training and put through any extra tickets needed to carry out your work. This is guaranteed work for 6 months but for the right candidate can lead to permanent employment.

What you need to do now
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£20000.00 - £25000.00 per annum



01382 723 872

HGV Driver

Perth, UK

Published on 15 Oct 2019