Delivery Driver (Current Employee) – Aberdeen, Aberdeen City – 6 June 2017
Job is very physical and anyone up for a challenge would enjoy this role.
New skills are learned very much on the job and can be worthwhile.
A typical day is arrive to start at 7am, vehicle checks, load cages etc.. Onto the vehicle and restrain. Collect paperwork and go. Collect empty cages from the customer and return to depot at the end of your shift. Printout of tachograph, complete weight sheet and go home.
The hardest part of the job is definately dealing with customer complaints. As you are the face of the company, some customers will vent frustration at you, although this is not common.
The most enjoyable part of the job is the other drivers and staff enjoying a laugh and a joke, whilst still doing the job.
Driver (Current Employee) – Banbury, ENG – 18 November 2014
I am Multi drope driver I improve my communication I am working by myself Hardest part is to find a space in London to park , and move all supply to the customer ( 500 yards away) , plus use a stairs to delivered a goods to customer.
Driver (Former Employee) – North Shields, ENG – 1 November 2013
I worked for just over 2 years as an LGV driver for CP supplies delivering dry lining produces across the North East area this included self off loading using a Moffet forklift on various terrains and in all weathers.