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Job ID:

173013

Location:

Berkshire 

Salary:

£10.00 per hour
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Job Views:

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Employment Type:

Seasonal

Posted:

03/04/2019
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Job Description:

One of well established client is currently looking for a Shuttle Bus Driver to do a days work on the 18th of May 2019. Ideally you need to attend to a training on either the 11th,12th or 13th of may 2019. They are looking to train someone so they can make this a regular occurrence.

All of their drivers have particular licence requirements (without certain restrictions) and need to

hold a professional CPC qualification as well - please see below for further information on this:

• Current clean full UK Driving Licence and Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC)

as below - the licence must be valid for the following categories:

o D1 - full entitlement with no restrictions, e.g. code 78 or code 101

o D - full bus/coach entitlement

CPC - Initial Qualification

o If the driver passed his/her test after 10th September 2008, this being the start date for PCV

Driver CPC, they should also have completed the Initial DCPC qualification. Having passed the initial

qualification they would have been issued with the Initial DCPC Periodic Training Card by DVLA. This

is a blue plastic card, similar to the photo card part of their driving licence.

CPC - Acquired Rights

o All drivers of PCV vehicles, holding a full category D, D1, D+E or D1+E licence at 10

September 2008, will need to complete 35 hours of periodic training before 10 September 2013,

unless exempt. Following this, drivers must continue to undertake a further 35 hours of training in

every subsequent five-year period in order to retain their Driver CPC. Note: D1 licence entitlement

by virtue of passing a car test pre-1997 (licence Code 101- not for hire or reward). Any driver with

this restriction cannot drive professionally.

If you feel you are the right candidate them please apply now
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Shuttle Bus Driver

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Job ID:

173013

Location:

Berkshire 

Salary:

£10.00 per hour
col-narrow-right 

Job Views:

1

Employment Type:

Seasonal

Posted:

03/04/2019
col-wide 

Job Description:

One of well established client is currently looking for a Shuttle Bus Driver to do a days work on the 18th of May 2019. Ideally you need to attend to a training on either the 11th,12th or 13th of may 2019. They are looking to train someone so they can make this a regular occurrence.

All of their drivers have particular licence requirements (without certain restrictions) and need to

hold a professional CPC qualification as well - please see below for further information on this:

• Current clean full UK Driving Licence and Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC)

as below - the licence must be valid for the following categories:

o D1 - full entitlement with no restrictions, e.g. code 78 or code 101

o D - full bus/coach entitlement

CPC - Initial Qualification

o If the driver passed his/her test after 10th September 2008, this being the start date for PCV

Driver CPC, they should also have completed the Initial DCPC qualification. Having passed the initial

qualification they would have been issued with the Initial DCPC Periodic Training Card by DVLA. This

is a blue plastic card, similar to the photo card part of their driving licence.

CPC - Acquired Rights

o All drivers of PCV vehicles, holding a full category D, D1, D+E or D1+E licence at 10

September 2008, will need to complete 35 hours of periodic training before 10 September 2013,

unless exempt. Following this, drivers must continue to undertake a further 35 hours of training in

every subsequent five-year period in order to retain their Driver CPC. Note: D1 licence entitlement

by virtue of passing a car test pre-1997 (licence Code 101- not for hire or reward). Any driver with

this restriction cannot drive professionally.

If you feel you are the right candidate them please apply now