LGV Driver Class C (Class 2) Basic salary is 20k with the potential to take home 30k with overtime
An urgent position has arisen to join this progressive company who are experiencing rapid growth
8 hours single pay, 8-12 hrs time and a half.
Valid HGV class II category C licence for rigid vehicles up to 32 MAM is required along with a current CPC card and Digital tacho card, other lorry loader qualification - NPORS/ALLMI
- Lorry loader qualifications required - CPCS/NPORS.ALLMI
- Maximum 6 points on licence is acceptable
- Experience of keeping accurate records
- Must have experience of driving in and around the London Area
- Candidates with a non-GB driving licence and who live in GB must provide evidence of a GB Certificate of registration, which can be obtained free from the DVLA on submission of Form D9
The principal function of this position is to drive my client’s fleet of light good vehicles and vans to agreed standards to deliver equipment and materials to and from their clients, suppliers and yards and offices within the UK and Ireland following all Health and Safety (H&S) requirements.
The secondary function is to assist an existing site team in installation and demobilisation activities and be one of the company’s trained and qualified lifting supervisors
My client offers an extensive training and development program which will commence after individuals completes their probationary period.
Company Induction, Initial basic training & PPE issue will be provided from commencement of your employment Reports
Primarily operate and drive their DAF 18T flatbed rigid truck c/w Hiab arm including other general driving duties, observing current legal and best practices
Responsible for the basic maintenance (i.e. daily checks) of the vehicles, i.e. carrying out pre-use checks prior to using any equipment vehicle complying with appropriate documentation and procedures
Responsible for securing load with appropriate restraints and ensuring weight limits are not exceeded, ensuring that loads are safe and damage free and that all company procedures/Safe Systems of Work are followed.
Undertake and record pre-delivery, en-route and post-delivery vehicle inspections as required
Maintain all vehicle log books including digital tachographs where appropriate.
Ensure CPC modular training records are kept up to date
Communicate with Operational Managers and Yard Managers as well as customer and site staff, by phone and email regarding day to day itinerary
Abide by all road and traffic legislation, customer designated traffic routes, RHA and FORS rules and codes of conduct complying with all EU drivers’ hours/tacho-graph (Including GB Domestic where appropriate).
Maintain and organise repairs where required for truck and associated equipment
For this immediate opportunity please forward an up to date cv today
- National CPC
- Plant Operations
- Class II