Driver

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Driver

Contract (apx 3 months)

Great Chard

4pm – 11pm


Haynes is a well-established Agricultural Dealer Group based in the South East, operating some of the most prestigious franchises in the industry, these include, New Holland, JCB and many other leading machinery brands. We operate our Agricultural business from four locations and have an outstanding reputation for customer service.

We are seeking a driver for our Great Chard depot

This is a contract role for approximately three months, with an immediate start.

Hours: 4 p.m. – 11 p.m. with ½ hour break.


Your role will be:


· To carry out our parts run on a daily basis, driving round all our depots providing an overnight service from/to all of them.

· You will be expected to be able to load and unload goods, in accordance with our Health & Safety guidelines as a loan worker.


A current driving licence is essential.


We offer a competitive salary. You will enjoy working for an established and reputable brand and also joining a friendly and welcoming working environment. There will never be a dull moment in this role!


Due to the high volume of applicants we tend to receive, it may not be possible to respond to each applicant. We do, however, take the opportunity of thanking you for the interest shown in our Company.


Interpersonnel are operating as an Employment Agency for our client for this particular role. By applying you give consent for your data to be handled and processed under GDPR Legislation for the purpose of your current employment search.

We are pleased to receive a significant number of applications for most roles advertised. We are therefore unable to respond to individual applicants unless shortlisted. If you have not been contacted within four weeks of the closing date you should assume you have not been shortlisted on this occasion.

Interpersonnel is an equal opportunities employer. Our all current vacancies are on our website

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