Permanent Solutions

Driver

Location : Temporary Assignments | Listed : Friday, 28 June | Type : Temporary + Part-time

Our client is needing the services of an experienced Class 4 driver for casual work delivering grain to farmers in our local area.

There would be approximately 2-3 days work per week, which will more likely fall on a Wednesday and a Thursday with the third day, if needed, being at any time between Monday to Friday only. Hours would roughly be 20-30 hours per week and would suit someone looking for casual work.

If you have some engineering capabilities, this could offer yourself further work.

If you have good solid experience in this field and hold the necessary licence being requested, then please do not hesitate to send your CV in now as this is an immediate start.

Please Note:

Only those who hold NZ Residency or a valid working visa will be considered for this role

To apply successfully (1) click Apply below, (2) fill in all fields, (3) attach your CV in MS Word format

Christine Hanning

Recruitment Specialist

Christine connects with many clients and candidates in all industries – always treating everyone individually.

Constantly providing an exceptional level of service and professionalism in all aspects of her work, Christine takes a genuine interest in whom she works with and is committed to achieving success.

Give Christine a call to discuss options around what you want to achieve in your career and she will endeavour to achieve that 'win-win solution' that's right for you.

 

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