PCV Bus Driver - Grays - £2,000 Incentive
Salary: Rostered earnings up to £27k
If you are an existing PCV holder with more than 12 months experience within the last 4 years, you will be entitled to a £2000 incentive.
To qualify for this, you need to apply for the role between 12th September 2017 and 31st October 2017.
You will receive the first £1000 on being passed to Grays garage, and a further £1000 after 12 months within the role at Grays garage. If you leave our service within 12 months of the date you pass to garage, you will be required to repay the bonus in full.
We are looking for applicants with:
- a full driving licence with the right to drive in the UK
- a full PCV licence
- one years driving experience
- no more than 6 points on your licence
- no unspent criminal convictions
You should be:
- a confident person with good customer service skills who enjoys working and dealing with people
- an excellent driver - you must drive regularly in varied environments and at different times of the day
- enthusiastic and flexible in your approach to work
- be prepared to work shifts
Due to health & safety requirements, there is a weight limit of 20 stone
To apply, please click here
Published : Thu 28th Apr. 2016 - Thu 2nd Jun. 2016
The famous Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch Railway, which has a station at Dungeness, has been using Arriva London’s Heritage Fleet RML 2360 Routemaster bus as a temporary ticket office and shop.
Youth Travel Ambassadors is a London-wide programme delivered in partnership with borough councils and Transport for London to increase active travel, improve behaviour and increase safety for the 11-18 age group.
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.