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We're Hiring | Full Time Delivery Driver Required

09 September 2022

Due to increased demand for our feeds an opportunity has arisen to recruit a new Delivery Driver on a permanent full time basis.

The Company

Simple System is a 25-year-old natural horse feed company head quartered in Risby, Bury St Edmunds. We are a small, close-knit team and we pride ourselves on our customer service. We comply to stringent feed quality control via the NOPS scheme and are proud members of BETA, UFAS and are also vegan registered.

The Candidate

We require a friendly and efficient delivery driver to join our team. You will hold a clean driving licence, be forklift trained and be a team player with excellent customer service skills. A van, uniform and fuel card will be provided, and you will be based from our Risby office. The role will include assisting with production duties as required as part of a flexible team.

This will be a full-time role Monday to Friday with occasional weekend work if required by the company. You will be responsible for loading your own van and, on average, our routes tend to be in the region of 250-300 miles per day with six to eight drops. Our van drivers cover all of East Anglia, south to Brighton, west to Reading and north to Leicester / Nottingham.

In summary

• Full, clean driving licence • Forklift trained (LANTRA or equivalent) • Van, insurance and fuel card provided • Company uniform provided • Team player • Excellent customer service skills • Competitive salary • Paid overtime • Monday to Friday, 8am start • Company pension
  • To apply please email your CV and covering letter to jobs@simplesystem.co.uk

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