Waitrose require LGV C+E Drivers in Milton Keynes and Leyland - TruckingJobs.co.uk



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Tuesday, 4 June 2019

Waitrose require LGV C+E Drivers in Milton Keynes and Leyland

Driving Opportunities

Our Drivers represent Waitrose & Partners out on the roads. As well as the specific skills needed for each role, this means that our Drivers take full ownership and accountability to get the job done and to do so in the most efficient and considerate way possible.

Below is an outline of the kind of roles you can expect to find.

Branch Delivery Drivers: You’ll need an LGV1 licence to drive our highly recognisable lorries, delivering goods from our various distribution centres to our stores all over the UK.

Customer Delivery Drivers: Waitrose.com is getting bigger. We now deliver everything from the weekly shop, to an ornamental bench for the garden, to a bucket load of bubbles for a ruby wedding anniversary. More choice for our customers means more opportunity for you, with an equally broad range of skills and licences required. This all needs to be topped off by superb customer service skills.

View our LGV Driver vacancies here.

View our Customer Delivery Driver vacancies here.

LGV C+E Driver (PM), Magna Park

£12.29 plus appropriate shift premium
47.5 paid hrs per week (4hr start windows from 13.00), 9.5 paid hrs per day.
Any 5 days from 7, working weekends & bank holidays as the rota dictates.

LGV1 Driver (Waitrose and Partners), Leyland RDC

£11.94 - £12.24 plus appropriate shift premium. Flexible working is welcomed and encouraged.
47.5 hours per week

- Complete all branch/RDC deliveries and supplier collections within the given timescales.
- Complete all daily vehicle checks and follow correct defect reporting procedures.
- To complete basic documentation accurately.
- Operate the vehicle in a safe and economical manner at all times ensuring that it is maintained in a clean and tidy state.
- Effectively communicate problems and delays to all relevant parties.
- Safely loading and unloading whilst complying with the correct procedures for given location.
- Maintain a full knowledge of the Highway code, WTD, EU Drivers Hours Regulations and vehicle operations.
- To ensure all Legal, Health and Safety legislation and Operational procedures are adhered to at all times and to work within Health and Safety guidelines at all times ensuring the safety of self and others.
- To work within other areas / departments within the RDC as requested by Management.
- To keep up to date with Partnership news by reading notice boards and the Partnerships editorials.

- To ensure all Personnel procedures are adhered to and completed as required.

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