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HGV Class 2 Tipper Driver
Title: HGV Class 2 Tipper Driver
Category: Logistics / Transportation
Job type: Permanent
Job status: Full Time
Salary: £11.44 - £15.28
Salary per: hour
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Kenect Recruitment Manchester are currently recruiting for experienced Class 2 Tipper Drivers to work for one of our prestigious clients based in Buxton. The client has a national presence and need HGV 2 Tipper Drivers to work out of Buxton driving/Tipping to North West Sites/Clients.

The job would be ideal for someone looking for ongoing work consisting mainly of Monday to Friday. Good hours, friendly transport team and ongoing work.

The successful candidate will complete on site induction followed by 2 weeks classroom (PAID).

Ongoing position with site, with a chance to go permanent if that is the path you may desire.

Pay Rates:

Pay rates inclusive of holiday pay for PAYE workers are:

Monday to Friday - £10.65ph first 8 hours and Overtime £11.77ph

Saturday - £11.77ph

Sunday - £12.89ph

BH - £14.01ph

LTD Driver Pay rates:

Monday to Friday - £11.44ph first 8 hours and Overtime £11.95ph

Saturday - £12.72ph

Sunday - £14.00ph

BH - £15.28ph


Class 2 licence (Held for 6 months)

CPC and Digi Card

MPQC Driver Skills Card (formerly known as EPIC)

1 years checkable UK work experience

Good timekeeping


Our client will guarantee you a minimum of 8 hours per shift, but shifts are longer.

Applications are welcome from LGV2, HGV2, Class 2 Drivers & Tipper Drivers.

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