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Hgv Driver Right To Work In The Uk Driver Cpc Card Valid C+e Class 1 License, Dunstable, Eurolink (u

Published 2022-06-30
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Hgv Driver Right To Work In The Uk Driver Cpc Card Valid C+e Class 1 License, Dunstable, Eurolink (u
United Kingdom, Bedfordshire, Dunstable,
Published June 30, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Hgv driver right to work in the uk driver cpc card valid c+e class 1 license


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HGV Driver Right To Work In The UK Driver CPC Card Valid C+E Class 1 License-EUROLINK (UK) LTD

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Class 1 Driver - Leighton Buzzard - £38,000 - £41,800We are Eurolink UK Ltd, we have built our successful business by providing an excellent middle-mile service to big brand names. As their businesses grow, so does ours. We offer more than a job, we build relations to create a strong team. We believe that looking after our greatest asset “our people”, enables us all to grow and progress together.Join Eurolink UK Ltd, as an HGV Driver, and help us ensure freight arrives at the right place at the right time - every time.There’s no loading or unloading required.

It’s all about driving safely, providing good customer service, and working positively with other members of the team.You must have:Valid C+E Class 1 license with no more than six penalty points (as well as no DD, DR or IN endorsements)Driver CPC card with no current suspension or revocationRight to work in the UKEnglish language skills for safetyWilling to undergo a Background Check and Drug and Alcohol testWe offer:£38,000 - £41,8005 shifts per weekOvertime opportunitiesPerformance bonusConsistent, regular workHoliday and sick payParental leave (maternity/paternity)Workplace pensionWeekly payroll with direct depositState-of-the-art equipment and technologyExcellent on-sit

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    Eurolink (uk) Ltd
    Registered on October 7, 2017

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