PCV Drivers

Posted By: Shaun Kyle
Salary: £9.89 per hour
Location: Newcastle upon Tyne
Job Type: Contract
Category: Driving

Central Employment are currently recruiting a number of PCV Drivers with immediate starts available for a client based in Newcastle Upon Tyne area.

This is an excellent opportunity for an exciting new career within a thriving, upbeat industry. We are looking for friendly, hardworking and flexible candidates who must hold a valid UK driving license with at least 2 years driving and customer service experience.

Job Role: Assisting customers and dealing with new people every day, this role is a fast paced but a very exciting environment to work in. Candidates will be involved in dealing with customer enquiries, as well as collection and delivery of customers vehicles.

Duties Include:

  • Serving customers/ dealing with customer enquiries
  • Moving customers cars
  • Meeting and greeting customers
  • Driving minibus around site Effectively communicate with team members over radio
  • Help customers with luggage

Requirements:

  • Candidates must be flexible and have a positive work attitude
  • PCV Driving License

 

Shift Pattern: 12 hour shifts with 3am starts (candidates must be flexible as our client is open 24 hours) Hours Per Week: 48 per week. 4x 12 hour shifts. Days 3am-3pm.

Pay Rate: £9.89ph + Overtime

 

Whilst this is a seasonal role there is every opportunity for a permanent contract for the right candidate. This role is an immediate start so please apply online (attaching your CV) as soon as possible. Please be advised that due to the high volume of applications we receive, we are unable to respond to each application individually, please be assured that we will contact all applicants selected for interview in due course. Central Employment are an equal opportunities Employer

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