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Job Emptiness: Lorry Driver alternative at Smyths Daleside

Milling since 1865 Smyths Daleside are the main producer of animal feed within the Northwest of Eire. For over 155 years, we’ve got been making the very best high quality feeds with the intention of exceeding our prospects’ expectations. We now invite functions for the next everlasting place at our Ballindrait mill.

Lorry Driver 

Job Ref No: SD/LD/08/23

The Function:

The Lorry Driver will probably be answerable for offering a high- high quality supply service to prospects.  The function entails delivering bulk and bagged animal feed guaranteeing all orders are delivered safely, in good situation, precisely and on time, in order that prospects obtain wonderful customer support.  Every day checks in your car are important, mixed with wonderful paperwork dealing with and dealing intently with the Transport Workforce to resolve points.  

The Individual:

  • Maintain a sound HGV Class C licence; 
  • Be totally CPC compliant; 
  • Have buyer care expertise; 
  • An HGV Class C&E licence is fascinating; 
  • Ideally have a Counterbalance and Mounty forklift licences; 
  • Ideally have expertise of multi drop on farm deliveries. 

The profitable candidate ought to be dependable, environment friendly, motivated and have the ability to work as a part of a workforce.  Candidates ought to have customary of training with the power to finish correct documentation, have a clear and tidy look and good communication abilities.  

Regular working sample is Monday to Friday with flexibility to work Saturdays if required.  Beginning instances very relying on the route deliveries and can contain early morning begins.  

To use please ahead a present CV and canopy letter to the HR Supervisor, Smyths Daleside, Ballindrait, Lifford, Co Donegal F93 K447 or electronic mail [email protected]

Cut-off date for receipt of CVs is 5.00pm Thursday 7th September 2023.

Job Emptiness: Lorry Driver alternative at Smyths Daleside was final modified: August twenty fourth, 2023 by Rachel McLaughlin