Relief Delivery Driver
Competitive Salary, Generous holiday package, and Discount scheme
Are you friendly and organised with a passion for providing excellent customer service but looking to further your skills and career?
Here at Well, we aim to build the best prescription experience in the UK. Sounds ambitious, right? But that’s okay, because we’ve got a fantastic team of talented, creative and forward-thinking people, that are key in helping us get there.
As a Delivery Driver, you’ll build strong relationships with our pharmacy teams and local customers who can’t get to our stores for their prescriptions or healthcare products. These are often some of the most vulnerable members of the community, and our home delivery service is vital to their wellbeing. Working closely with the Delivery Team Manager and our store teams, your local knowledge and a passion for delivering a great service will ensure that your valuable cargo gets to the right patient at the right time! It is essential you have a Full UK Driving Licence, good knowledge of the local area and have the flexibility to cover other drivers across the region.
We’re amid an exciting period of transformation in a rapidly changing healthcare industry. The future will require change and, importantly, your support to deliver it – change that has, at its heart, our customers.
In addition, we offer you:
- Highly competitive salaries
- Generous holiday allowance including bank holidays
- Pension scheme
- Employee discount scheme
- Superb development and career opportunities
Don’t miss out on your opportunity to shape the future of pharmacy. Apply today.
Please note that due to the nature of this role, the successful candidate will be required to complete an enhanced DBS check before employment can commence. This includes both spent and unspent convictions, as well as information held by local police deemed as relevant to the role. Employment is conditional on satisfactory DBS clearance.
The Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) helps employers make safer recruitment decisions and prevent unsuitable people from working with vulnerable groups, including children.