Overview

HGV Driver

The Role

We are currently recruiting for a Class 2 Driver to work at our Waste Treatment plant in Cambridge. The role itself will be working Saturday – Wednesday and the hours are 6am – 4pm. The hourly rate for this position is £12.47.

We will consider newly qualified drivers!

What will this role involve?

Driving a Large Goods Vehicle collecting/delivering waste or recycled products.
Operating a range of vehicles
Carrying out vehicle checks, routine maintenance (e.g. oil and water checks)
Cleaning of the vehicle at regular intervals both inside and out
Daily checks to be carried out and defects reported to workshop
Digital and analogue data to be downloaded at weekly intervals
Ensure that vehicles are driven and operated in a safe and responsible manner at all times showing due consideration to the applicable legislation
Ensure that the areas of work to which you are allocated, are carried out to the required standards
Complete allocated work within set time scales and to ensure customer satisfaction at all times
Completing any paperwork required including all Duty of Care information
Completing the daily rounds/work allocated to you including tipping at our own disposal/recycling or third party sites
Report to the line manager any customer problems, people or vehicle accidents or near miss incidents
All activities must be carried out in accordance with the safe working methods and with the supplied appropriate safety clothing
Present a professional image to our customers and other road usersWhat are we looking for?

Able to drive, with a full current and valid driving licence
HGV Class 2 license
Able to demonstrate a committed, flexible and enthusiastic approach to varying duties
Ability to follow and adhere to instructions and relevant safety policies and procedures
Able to work as part of a team and demonstrate positive team working skills
Experience of maintaining levels of service and working outdoors in all weather conditions
Experience of working under prolonged periods of sustained physical effortThe Company

The waste treatment division is separating out from Amey and creating a new Stand-alone business entity in the UK. You will be joining us at such an exciting time and help shape the future of the new business. Within Waste Treatment, we use state-of-the-art technology to make the most of rubbish and reduce the amount being sent to landfill. From recycling materials; composting; and mechanical biological treatment to energy from waste (EfW) facilities creating better environments. Our three treatment facilities in Milton Keynes, North Yorkshire and the Isle of Wight will between them, create enough energy to power the equivalent of 60,000 homes when they are all fully operational. Both Milton Keynes and North Yorkshire bring together three different technologies on one site – mechanical treatment, anaerobic digestion and EfW. This allows us to extract any organic and recyclable materials (such as plastic and metals) which have been placed in with general, non-recyclable waste before using the rest to create energy. In Cambridgeshire we offer a range of treatment capabilities from our 400-acre Waterbeach Waste Management Park, providing services as part of partnerships with local authorities and directly for businesses and residents