LGV Driver Lancaster

Posted 3 weeks ago

We have two opportunities for qualified LGV Drivers to join the team at Carrs Billington Agriculture (Operations) Ltd, based out of our Lancaster Mill. We are a leading supplier in a comprehensive range of agricultural products and services to farming and rural communities across the UK. Over half a million tonnes of animal feed is produced each year by the three compound feed mills and blends plants which is delivered by over 70 specialist lorries.

The Job
We have two opportunities for LGV Drivers to be based at our Lancaster site, one working on our Bulk fleet and the other being based on our Bag fleet. The role requires the successful candidate to be able to:
Operate LGV vehicles to deliver animal feed products from mill to farms, in a safe, effective and efficient manner.
Deliver feed following the company’s procedures and completing all required documentation.
Load vehicles with correct product and quantity from the correct bins against approved and authorized documentation.
Raise, complete, issue and retain accurate dispatch documentation.
Complete daily vehicle checks in line with company procedures.

Proven transport/driving experience.
Experience of delivering animal feed to farms is desirable but not essential as fully training will be provided.

C+E (Class 1) LGV Licence.
Digital tachograph card.
Valid CPC entitlement.

Full understanding of the Highway Code and drivers rules and regulations.
A flexible approach to work – the drivers rosters require some Saturday working.
Be reliable, conscientious and self-motivated 

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To get started with this exciting career, please send an up-to-date CV to Emily Rushton or if you have any questions, please email us and we’ll be happy to help.
The closing date for applications is midnight on 05/08/2022

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