HGV2 Driver

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HGV 2 Driver

We are recruiting for a HGV 2 skip Driver to work for our client based in the Feltham area. This role would be suitable for candidates who are looking for a potential permanent position with a reputable company. Immediate start!

As a HGV 2 Driver you will need to have:

Minimum 18 months HGV driving (Cat C) recent experience with skip deliveries.
Be able to complete skip deliveries
Have a valid cpc and digi tacho
No more than 6 points (No DR or IN)
Must have the correct PPE - HI Vis and Safety BootsDetails:

Salary: £13ph - £14ph
Working hours: Monday to Friday - 7am start
Location: Feltham
Duration: Temp to PermRole of a HGV 2 Driver

Be able to complete skip deliveries
Complete vehicle checks
London driving may be involvedIf you are interested in the role, please don't hesitate to apply

Vanta Staffing Limited is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy
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  • CV-178634
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