Huntingdon, PE28 4DA
Full Time (39 hours per week)
Fixed Term Contract (12 Months)
£25,000 - £28,000 per annum plus benefits (plus £1722 shift allowance)
Here at Serco, we are currently looking to recruit a Shift Driver to join our team at RAF Alconbury. The Shift Driver will be required to drive left hand drive vehicles for passenger shuttles between set locations. The successful candidate will be required to work a 5-day week covering a 7-day shift pattern, 2 weekends in every 7 will be worked, with a shift allowance being given during this time.
The station is home to the 423rd Air Base Group and operates one of Europe's largest military switchboards and processes approximately a third of all U.S. military communications in Europe. RAF Alconbury is based in Huntingdon and is a Royal Air Force station which is currently held by United States Air Force.
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At Serco, we see people first and foremost for their performance and potential. We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive organisation that supports the needs of all. As such we will make reasonable adjustments at interview through to employment for our candidates and strongly encourage applications from a diverse candidate pool. We are open to discussions around flexibility and flexible working. As a proud Disability Confident Leader and holder of the Silver Inclusive Employer Standard, disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the job will be given the opportunity to demonstrate their abilities at an interview.