HGV Class 1 C+E Driver (Tramping) XPO Logistics Tamworth £11 an hour - TruckingJobs.co.uk



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Wednesday, 6 June 2018

HGV Class 1 C+E Driver (Tramping) XPO Logistics Tamworth £11 an hour

HGV Class 1 C+E Driver (Tramping)
XPO Logistics
£11 an hour
Are you a HGV driver fed up of not knowing when you’re working next, or when your work will die down? Looking for a company that’ll give you the opportunity to grow and develop your career? Then look no further - XPO Logistics are recruiting!

We’re looking for full-time, permanent Class 1 HGV Trampers to join us on our day shift, based from our site in Tamworth. You’ll be representing XPO on our expanding contract with Premier Foods, working 48 guaranteed hours per week with the opportunity for overtime.

All drivers are contracted on a ‘5 from 7’ basis, however you’ll be on a Monday to Friday shift pattern. Sunday to Thursday and Tuesday to Saturday shifts are also available.

You’ll be delivering ambient food products items to major multiples. The number of nights out will vary week to week and aren’t guaranteed, however on average you can expect 2 or 3. You’ll keep the same truck whilst on duty.

We’ll need you to hold a full UK driving licence (with C+E entitlement), as well as a valid CPC and digital tachograph card. You’ll have no more than 6 penalty points on your licence and will have previous experience as a Class 1 driver.

In return for your hard work, we’ll offer you a competitive rate of £11.00 per hour, plus night out allowance. You’ll also have access to a variety of high street discounts, including childcare vouchers, cycle to work scheme, a workplace pension, holiday pay and many other perks.
XPO provides cutting-edge supply chain solutions to the world's most successful companies, including Disney, Pepsi, L'Oreal, Toyota and many others. We’re the fastest-growing transportation company on the Fortune 500 list and we’re just getting started.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All employees may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.

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