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Driver using a company bike

Location:
Castle Bromwich
Company:
Domino's Pizza

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Can you Deliver?
Are you passionate about Customer Service?
You need to hold at least a Provisional UK Driving Licence with CBT Certificate, Full EU or Full International Motor Cycle Licence. You will also need to be at least 18 years old. Experience isn’t necessary as we’ll provide you with a full induction and training programme.
All roles will include working shifts during evenings & weekends over a 7 day period.We are looking for Drivers using own car to join our team in our Castle Bromwich store.
Want to work for the world's leading pizza delivery company whilst playing a major role in the brands success?
Making around 85 million pizzas a year, Domino’s uses only the freshest, highest quality ingredients. Its expertise and passion for delivering hot and fresh pizzas has earned numerous awards and the loyalty of millions of pizza lovers around the world.
Imagine yourself as part of a team with a job that has flexible hours, competitive pay and a fun environment! As a Domino’s Delivery Driver you will be responsible for delivering excellent Customer Service at all times ensuring all deliveries are made on time, hot and fresh.
Experience isn’t necessary as we’ll provide you with a full induction and training programme. All roles will include working shifts during evenings & weekends over a 7 day period.
If you are 18 years old, have a full driving licence and your vehicle is roadworthy, properly taxed, with a valid MOT and insurance- you could be earning some extra dough right now. Domino’s will provide Occasional Business Use insurance for you while you are on duty and we'll pay you a set amount per delivery to cover your expenses. You need to have less than six points on your licence and no bans in the last five years.
Our benefits include:

Flexible working hours
Paid training
Company discount
Free uniform
Excellent career development opportunities.

Key Accountabilities & Responsibilities

Deliver product safely and securely, avoiding unnecessary risks by adhering to all Safety and Security Policies
Keep vehicles clean, road worthy and in a safe, well maintained condition.
Complete vehicle checklist at the beginning of every shift.
Follow cash drop procedures at the end of every delivery
Drive safely and courteously, obeying all traffic laws and always adhere to the Highway Code
Adhere to all safety and security procedures
Follow late delivery procedures
Call times “out of the door” / to the customer door.
Wear full uniform at all times and protective clothing when required in line with the image standards.
Know the delivery area.
Be able to read a map.
Demonstrate smart hustle.

Additional Information

This role involves standing, lifting, carrying, reaching and other physical demands
The work conditions can often incur extreme temperatures during winter and summer with the heat from the oven and the coolness from the walk in fridge, coupled with outdoor activities such as refuse disposal, deliveries and cleaning windows.
Individuals will be exposed to cornmeal dust
Other tasks involve hand tasks and include shaping pizza dough, pinching and folding boxes, use of peel to extract products from oven, cutting pizza with a wheel
The work is repetitive and can be pressurised during busy periods
All individuals must be able to take an order that involves talking and hearing over the phone or face to face

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