As one of the UK’s leading driver recruitment agencies rooted in Worcestershire, our focus extends to various driving jobs, including HGV, delivery, and courier drivers. Whether you're looking for full-time or part-time driver jobs, our goal is to help skilled workers find their dream positions while meeting the specific requirements of our clients.
Your driver recruitment specialists
Phil has worked in the recruitment industry since 2010, working for a leading driving recruitment agency as a Senior Consultant. Building on his success in the field, Phil made the decision to become the Managing Director of Multistaff in 2015. He uses his experience to provide a robust solutions tailored to fit each client.
Senior Driving Consultant
Peter has worked in recruitment for over 15 years, forging relationships with both drivers and clients. He relishes the thrill of the chase in getting drivers out on the road and working as well as keeping regular clients happy.
Senior Driving Consultant
Alex has worked in the industry for 5 years, specialising in driving recruitment, supplying drivers to local haulage companies. Alex enjoys the fast paced nature of the sector and relishes the strong relationships that are built by working closely with both drivers and clients.
Experienced driving recruitment agency
For over 10 years, Multistaff has proudly served as Worcestershire's premier driving recruitment agency. Specialising in connecting drivers with both permanent and temporary driver jobs, our services extend across the county and beyond.
As a trusted driver staffing agency, we cater to the needs of transport and logistics businesses, operating 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. With an expansive database, expert compliance knowledge, and thorough pre-screen checks, Multistaff stands as your reliable agency for driving jobs in Worcestershire and the rest of the UK.
Trusted driver staffing agency
At Multistaff, we've helped thousands in their search for driving jobs, guiding them to secure dream roles in Worcestershire and nationwide.
Thanks to our many years of experience as a driver staffing agency, we've forged strong relationships with dozens of employers in need of Class 1 and 2 HGV drivers, lorry drivers, and car and van drivers. If your company is in need of either permanent or temporary driver staffing, we offer access to our extensive database along with our specialised driver-hire services.
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Are you looking for driver jobs? Or maybe you're ready for a new challenge? Click the button below to explore our available full-time and part-time driving jobs and kickstart your new journey.
After all, there are many reasons why you should consider a career in logistics.
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Driver Recruitment - FAQs
You can apply to be a truck driver in the UK by creating a targeted resume highlighting your experience and driving skills. To become an HGV driver in the UK, you will need to have a full car licence, be over the age of 18 and get a driving qualification called the Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC). If you have these qualifications, then you can apply through online job boards and company websites as well as attend trucking job fairs. You can also get in touch with us here at Multistaff, where we specialise in finding driving work in the UK.
You can recruit drivers for your company by advertising job openings on job board websites, your own website and by working with a recruitment agency. Multistaff can help you reach a wider pool of candidates looking for driver jobs, correspond with them on your behalf, assess their qualifications and conduct interviews for you.
Logistics jobs involve the planning, coordinating and execution of the movement and storage of commodities and resources. Some job titles and roles in logistics can include supply chain analysts, freight forwarders, inventory planners, warehouse managers and transportation managers.
You can get a job in logistics by completing the necessary training in supply chain, or logistics, management. To be considered for these roles you will need experience which can be gained by taking on internships or entry-level jobs. If you have experience in logistics or a similar industry, you can create a compelling resume that showcases your logistics experience. Look for employment openings on job boards that are specifically for logistics as well as corporate websites and other online platforms. Job opportunities can also be facilitated by networking with experts and going to industry events.
Find firms that are hiring logistics specialists and then apply for those positions. It is important to highlight your experience and abilities on your CV. There are several platforms that you can apply on, such as logistics firms’ websites and job portals. You can also use our services here at Multistaff, a recruitment agency that will help get you in contact with logistics firms and provide you with all the details about job openings.
Collaborating with a recruitment agency is one of the best ways to recruit delivery drivers, as they can take the hassle of the recruitment process off your hands. Here at Multistaff, our process includes pre-screening phone discussions, face-to-face interviews, dealing with all necessary paperwork as well as completing background checks. To recruit delivery drivers you can also engage with driving schools that train people and provide the qualifications needed, therefore you will have a wide range of potential candidates for a delivery driver role.
To become an HGV driver in the UK you will need to complete several qualifications and processes including:
- Obtain a full UK driver’s licence.
- Be over the age of 18.
- Obtain the full Driver CPC (Driver Certificate of Professional Competence).
If this is the first time that you’re qualifying for an HGV licence, you must pass the five tests that make up the Driver CPC as well as take 35 hours of periodic training every five years to stay qualified.
For more information, please consult the UK government website on how to become an HGV driver.
There are several types of job roles in logistics, including logistics managers, warehouse supervisors, inventory analysts, transportation coordinators, supply chain analysts, customs agents and logistics consultants. There are also particular positions within each branch of logistics, such as procurement managers, route planners and inventory control specialists. If you are looking to pursue any of these roles or are searching for people to fill these roles, don’t hesitate to get in touch with Multistaff.
There are several HGV jobs available in the UK, including local delivery driver jobs, tanker driving, refrigerated transportation, long-haul truck driving, transportation to building sites and specialised transport for particular industries, such as waste management or hazardous goods. Here at Multistaff, one of our specialist sectors is driving and logistics and we help people to land these types of job roles.