Class 2 & 4 Drivers, Wellington, Onestaff

Published 2022-06-28
Expires 2022-07-28
ID #1063428174
Class 2 & 4 Drivers, Wellington, Onestaff
New Zealand, Wellington, Wellington,
Published June 28, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Class 2 & 4 drivers

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OneStaff Wellington is the leading supplier of temporary and permanent staff to a number of industrial based clients in Wellington.

We are seeking a Class 2 & 4 drivers to join our client's team based in Seaview

Our client is one of the leading companies in the Waste Collection and recycling industry with the opportunity to upskill. You will be driving start of the art fleet trucks with modern technology.

In this role you will be driving our client's new state of the art electric rear loaders trucks. You will also be working alongside a runner/labourer who will be assisting you with the collection

Key Requirements

Class 2 license minimum
Able to pass MOJ & a pre-employment drug and alcohol test
Physically fit
Flexibility to driver different routes

Key Benefits

Minimum of 40 Hours a week
Temp to perm opportunities depending on performance
Pay rate is dependent on experience and skill set
Opportunity to upskill and gain other licenses
5 rates for public holidays

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