Waste Operations Driver / Loader (up to LGV class C)

Salary:£19134-£20811 / Grade 5

Service Unit:Waste Operations

Closing Date:18/11/2018

Post Number:2048

Full Time


37 hours per week (5 out of 7 days)

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We require a Waste Operations Driver / Loader to operate our fleet of up and coming modern vehicles from 3.5 tonne to 26 tonne rear steer RCV’s

It is essential that you hold a current full UK driving licence certificated to operate up to LGV class C

You are required to hold a full Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC card), training to retain this card will be ongoing and provided onsite with a relevant payment for undertaking the training

You must hold a valid Digital Tachograph Card

You will be required to use modern incab technology to record all collection data on a day to day basis

Regular hours starting at 6am or 7am, primarily collecting various wastes types on a ‘Group Team Task & Finish’ basis

Hours are on average, 37 hours per week, working 5 days out of 7 including catch up Saturdays after Bank Holidays and Christmas with the availability of further overtime

You are required to adhere to stringent safe working practices as instructed, in line with Exeter City Council Health & Safety polices and Road Traffic Regulations

You must be self-motivated, flexible, capable of lifting and manoeuvring heavy objects using manual handling techniques and prepared to work to exacting standards. You should be physically fit, and have good visual and hearing ability

You must have a ‘can do’ attitude and be able to work as part of a team, as a Driver and as a Loader, you will be responsible for your vehicle and crew. This is an all weather role and full PPE will be supplied

You will benefit from full Local government terms of employment including pension contributions

You will start with 21 days paid leave (increasing in line with years of service)

You will have access to refreshment facilities, also showers / toilet facilities at the beginning, middle and end of the working shift

You will receive full training as required






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Last updated 5 November 2018