LGV2 Tanker Driver - ADR Class 3 In Tanks
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Negotiable

Permanent

Description

Job Description

Successful applicants will enjoy following routine procedures, be focused on Health and Safety in the workplace and be prepared to work shifts which include weekends and Bank Holidays as part of your normal rota. You will be trained in all aspects of domestic and commercial fuel delivery.

Salary Information:

Guaranteed minimum hours per month - 173 hours

Basic Pay Rate - £13.77 per hour

Saturday Rate - £18.32 per hour

Sunday / B.H. Rate - £22.86 per hour

Basic Salary - £28,600 (with the potential of overtime)


Qualifications

You must hold LGV2 (C) driving licence with no bans or no more than 6 active penalty points (this can only be for 2 x 3 point offences).  You will also need to hold a current ADR licence that includes Class 3 'In Tanks', current Drivers' CPC and Digital Tachograph Card.



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