Our Service Drivers are the face of our businesses. No two days are ever the same and you are the key point of contact for our customers within a specific geographical area delivering a wide range of our services. We are the experts in what we do and our Service Drivers play a key part in this.
This is an ideal role for someone who enjoys being on the road, driving and meeting new people, someone who plans their own days and likes to get a job done well. Our Service Drivers do a lot of driving, loading and unloading, so although you don’t need to be athletes please be aware that this can be a physically tiring role.
"A way of life, more than a job!"
At Rentokil Initial we recognise that our frontline colleagues are at the share end of customer service delivery and as a result we pride ourselves on recruiting the right people, training them properly and looking after them.
When you join as a service driver in one of our businesses you will develop your skills and experience in a number of ways:
On the Job
The majority of what you learn will be from trying new tasks, meeting new people and just 'giving it a go'. Even if you don’t get it right first time, you'll certainly have learned something and can apply this next time.
Available to you 24-hours a day we have a selection of topics that can help you get to grips with your new role. E-learning is quick, easy and there when you need it on laptop, mobile & tablet.
Usually at one of our bespoke technical training academy along with your colleagues you'll get the opportunity to learn, experience, reflect and develop new skills to help you on your path to success.
Regular training sessions take place at your team communication meetings.
"I like the fact that when I start my work I am my own boss, my route is my responsibility, so I can arrange myself to keep my customers happy." -- Robert Ward, Initial Washroom Hygiene CDR
"I enjoy the fact that this is not a 9 to 5 position and that I meet different people each day. Over the years I have formed great relationships." -- Alan Miller, Initial Medical CDR