Oxfordshire Driving recruitment agency listing
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About Ferguson Recruitment
Ferguson Recruitment have a dedicated team delivering the best and affordable service in the industry. Currently supplying Drivers under 7.5 tone. Need a driver? don't hesitate to give us a call for pricing and we will deliver a high quality service.
Driving in Oxfordshire
Covers: London, Midlands, North of England & Scotland | Contract, Part Time, Permanent, Temporary | Salaries £15k - £100k+
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Most Popular Towns for Driving in Oxfordshire
Businesses across Oxfordshire rely on the Driving Industry in order to carry out their Distribution and Logistical functions. As a result, driving recruitment agencies are needed in order to uncover and attract the highest quality personnel in the region, ranging from LGV Drivers to Chauffeurs.
The future of the Driving Industry in Britain
The Driving Industry is currently under considerable strain as an ageing workforce coupled with concerns over climate change and fuel prices threatens to undermine the sector. Because of this, earnings and conditions are difficult to predict for the future although the average driver will currently acquire a salary of around £20K-£25K. Lorry and HGV drivers can potentially earn £30K+, although most starting salaries will usually be in the area of £14K. Electric HGVs are one option for the future of the Driving Industry - providing a cleaner alternative to the fossil fuels currently used.
Locations for Driving jobs in Oxfordshire
Oxford, Banbury and Abingdon offer some of the best opportunities in Oxfordshire for Driving candidates looking for work. Delivery and Multi-Drop Drivers are some of the most common vacancies and Oxfordshire's Driving recruitment agencies are well-equipped to fill these positions - with a range of local and industry knowledge, as well as proven recruiting credentials.
Licencing, qualifications, and candidate requirements
A relevant driving license is of obvious importance when entering the Driving Industry, and a lack of this or awareness of EU and UK regulations will act as the biggest barrier for potential candidates. Academic qualifications are seldom necessary for the sector. The job often entails long and isolated hours, and candidates will need to be adaptable, flexible, and able to show initiative when working alone.