Kent is home to companies operating in a wide range of industries, from cider-making to shipbuilding. Many such companies need drivers, be these HGV delivery drivers, fork lift drivers or other roles within the company.
Roles for mail and parcel delivery staff are widely available in Kent, with employment offered both through private courier firms and the Royal Mail.
Alternatively, try Kent's public transport network for a role involving driving trains, coaches or buses. Taxi drivers are also sought after, particularly in urban areas, and driving instructor roles are advertised with a number of companies.
Pay for temporary driving work starts from £7 to £13 per hour, while permanent driving staff can earn anything from £19,000 per year upwards. Driving instructors can earn in excess of £25,000 per year. For some roles, a specialist licence such as an HGV licence will be required, while all roles will require a full driving licence. Companies often only recruit candidates with a clean driving licence.
Recruitment agencies offer a wide range of driving roles across Kent - see below to get started.