As an existing PCV driver, get yourself a £1,000 starting bonus with Arriva London
As one of the largest bus operators in London, providing 17 per cent of the capital’s bus services, Arriva London is always looking for talented staff to join our winning team.
We are currently looking to recruit new bus drivers and specifically existing PCV drivers. As an incentive to joining the company, for any existing PCV driver applying after 1st October 2016 we are offering a £1,000 starting bonus, together with the opportunity of average rostered earnings of £25K - £27K (Terms & Conditions apply). Please click here to apply.
Should you leave the company within 12 months of your driver starting date, you will need to repay this.
Arriva London operates from seventeen garages across London. To see what current drivers feel about working for Arriva London, and to find out what the other benefits of joining are, take a look at the videos below.
Published : Thu 14th Apr. 2016 - Wed 18th May. 2016
This weekend’s service was run on former route 95 from Cannon Street to Tooting Broadway and back, passing Arriva’s Brixton garage, by five RTW’s including the very last ever RTW to run in commercial service, RTW 467.
In line with other Arriva London garages across London who hold travel training days for people with disabilities, Brixton garage in South London held its first Travel training day last week.
Last October, Arriva London was awarded the contract to run route 368 from Barking, Harts Lane Estate, to Wangey Road in Chadwell Heath, for five years starting from the 30th April 2016.
The M.A.D (Making a Difference) awards are an annual national event in Arriva’s calendar. The idea is to recognise members of staff that are passionate in what they do, and regularly go the extra mile to provide the best possible customer experience, whether an engineer, a member of the support staff or a driver.
Arriva London’s Dartford garage was recently the venue for a continuation of a TfL initiative, inviting disability awareness groups to Arriva London garages, for open discussions about the difficulties of travelling on London buses for people with disabilities.
A new idea to turn older diesel engine buses into much more environmentally friendly vehicles has been developed. The basic idea behind the unit, is that the old diesel unit that currently drives the wheels is removed, and a retrofit diesel/electric hybrid is fitted.