Reading - 0118 934 0104
Slough - 01753 201 089
High Wycombe - 01494 419 494
Oxford - 01865 594 997
Experienced LGV combination tanker driver with C entitlement, who has held their license for at least two years. Previous experience on drain cleansing using high pressure water jetting machines preferred.
Duties include the transportation and disposal of liquid waste, attending emergency call out situations dealing with flooding and pollution issues.
We operate a 24/7 service, therefore, the ideal candidate will be required to be included on an emergency call, include working weekends and nights, and have a flexible attitude to work.
Operating mainly in the South East, you will be required to complete a 45 hour working week any 5 from 7 days.
A competitive salary is offered including 20 days holiday a year, plus 8 bank holidays.
No agencies or advertising companies please.
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