Become a driver for Britannia Movers International
Britannia are currently looking to recruit new drivers with both Class 1 and Class 2 driving licences. For the right candidates, we are prepared to provide full training and a competitive remuneration package, along with the chance to work for one of the largest, best known removal groups in the UK.
Be a Britannia HGV driver
We are also looking for trainee HGV driver applicants with –
· A full driving licence with the right to drive and work in the UK
· Minimum, one year’s driving experience
· No more than 6 points on your license
· On unspent criminal convictions
You Should be:
· A confident person with good customer service skills who enjoys working and dealing with people
· An excellent driver who is comfortable driving in varied environments and at different times of the day
· Enthusiastic and flexible in your approach to work
· Be prepared to drive long distances including throughout Europe
Drivers are required to assist a crew in household and commercial removals throughout the local area, UK and Europe. Job will involve packing, loading and unloading customers goods and effects. Experience is preferred but not essential as on the job training will be given.
You must be physically fit, hardworking and willing to travel on a rotational basis, have a flexible approach to work as well as being good with customers and a team player.
Hours can vary depending on which driver position you apply for and overnight allowances are available if/when required, again subject to the position you apply for.
Drivers must ensure the security and safety of any company vehicle driven by them, in addition, to ensure any vehicle driven is loaded safely and remains within its legal axel loading weights. Comply with any working time regulations and obey the Road Traffic Act 1998 in all respects. Drivers of Heavy goods and Light goods vehicles must ensure that they understand and comply with the Road Transport (Working Time) Guidance on statutory rest periods and maximum driving hours. This is of particular importance when using a tachograph.
Britannia also provide ongoing CPC training for our HGV drivers to ensure their certificates of professional competence to drive a lorry/HGV is valid and fulfils the legal requirements to complete periodic training.
If you would like to become a HGV Driver for Britannia you can either find and contact your local branch here (link to local office page) or contact our central office in Merstham, Redhill on 0208 256 1700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any offer of employment will be subject to the applicant’s suitability to work and subject to interview, driver assessment and a probationary period.