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3.5 Tonne Van driver - Derby
Title: 3.5 Tonne Van driver - Derby
Category: Logistics / Transportation
Job type: Temporary
Job status: Part Time
Salary: £8.41 - £15.00
Salary per: hour
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3.5 Tonne, Van Driving Work - Derby >

Kenect are currently recruiting for experienced 3.5 Tonne van drivers for regular work to in the Derby area.

As an 3.5 Tonne driver, the work will involve local and national delivery or collection work for our client based in Derby:

- Automotive

- Pallet Networks

- General Haulage

- Distribution & Parcel Networks

Whilst working within the above client you will be carrying out various duties such as:

- Multi-drop deliveries & Collections

Pay Rates:

Pay rates for the 3.5 Tonne driving work we offer vary depending on the client you work for. Below are the general pay rates for PAYE workers inclusive of holiday pay and for Limited Company drivers

- 3.5 Tonne (Midweek) AM starts = £8.41 - £9.41 p/h

- 3.5 Tonne (Midweek) PM starts = £9.41 - £10.41 p/h

All of our clients will guarantee a minimum of 8 hours per shift.

Benefits of driving for Kenect Drivers include:

- Free uniform

- Driver Loyalty Reward Scheme

- Attractive Refer a Driver Scheme (£200 Reward)

Applications are welcome from experienced 3.5 Tonne Van drivers.

To apply for this role please call / days a week) or email your current CV to derby 'at' .uk

This position is commutable from Leicester, Derby, Belper, Heanor, Findern, Willington, Castle Donnington, Long Eaton, Nottingham.
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