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Delivery Driver - Self Employed

Job Description: Multi-Drop Delivery Driver. As a self-employed multi-drop delivery driver, you’ll need to be organised and confident behind the wheel....

Company: Yodel
Location: Battersea

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Courier (Self -Employed)

Job Description: DX are currently looking for customer focused self-employed multi drop Courier Drivers to work out of our Depot, required for deliveries across the region and...

Company: The DX Group
Location: London / Gatwick Airport

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Non Car Drivers

Job Description: On completion you will contact us and we will collect your paperwork and GPS tracker for processing and furnish you with details of your next deliveries....

Company: Plus Leaflet
Location: Buckinghamshire

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Self Employed Stock Collector

Job Description: Full drivers licence and ability to map read. We are currently recruiting for Self Employed Stock Collector to generate and collect a minimum of donated stock...

Company: Age UK
Location: Newton Abbot

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DELIVERY DRIVER (LARGE VAN)

Job Description: Multi-Drop Delivery Driver. As a self-employed multi-drop delivery driver, you’ll need to be organised and confident behind the wheel....

Company: Yodel
Location: Coleford GL16

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Courier - SHF X 2

Job Description: Couriers are not employed solely for one route but to undertake any necessary deliveries. Job Type Drivers & Couriers....

Company: DHL
Location: United Kingdom

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