Relief Delivery Driver

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Allparts, Watford
Warehouse & Distribution

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As a rapidly growing Company who are leaders within the automotive aftermarket, we are recruiting for a Relief Delivery Driver to be based within our Allparts Automotive Watford branch.


We are currently seeking a high level delivery driver to join us on a relief/casual basis to cover holidays and sickness. You will be expected to deliver parts to customer orders as required, contributing to overall success of a high performing organization and promoting the Company brand through positive interaction with customers.



The role will involve:


  • Delivering product to customer’s premises within a 40 mile radius
  • Ensure high levels of customer service at all times
  • Feedback to branch on relevant customer and competitor activity
  • Load your vehicle according to procedures
  • Collect customer returns as required
  • Vehicle maintenance including carrying out daily checks
  • Help in the warehouse as and when required
  • Assist with Inter-Branch Transfer Deliveries as and when required

Job Requirements


  • Must hold a full UK Driving Licence with a maximum of 6 points
  • Must have excellent knowledge of 40 mile radius of branch


The ideal candidate will have the ability to understand necessity of excellent standards of customer service and work to deadlines with good time keeping skills. You will be customer focused, driven to achieve and willing to go the extra mile.




National Living Wage


Hours of Work


An average of 45 hours between 8am to 6pm Monday to Saturday as instructed by the Manager


How to apply


If you feel you are suitable and want a rewarding career in a successful growing company please click on the link to apply, or for more information please contact


Please note, due to the high level of applicants we receive, if you do not hear from us within 4 weeks of submitting your application then you have not been shortlisted.


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