Drivers Wanted for EXCITING NEW SAFARI Ride at Theme Park

Discussion in 'Jobs Offered' started by Frodo814, Nov 30, 2012.

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  1. Theres a new job advertised in Forces Job Shop and here for Drivers for a new safari ride at Chessington World of Adventures Theme Park. I know that Chessington are especially keen to employ ex-military drivers as they will have experience of driving off road on exercise etc. The job comes with free entry for friends and family to Chessington as well as all of Merlin Entertainments other attractions worldwide which include all Legolands, Thorpe Park, Alton Towers, London Eye, London Dungeons and many more. The cut off date for applications is 4th Dec so if you want to be considered get your application in soon. I have worked there for 3 seasons now and I can recommend it as a fun and rewarding place to work.
  2. Im up for it. Does it pay 40k a year?
  3. There is no height restriction and HGV license IS NOT required as the driving will be taking place on private property. You will be driving a large ex military truck on an off road safari adventure so guests can see Rhino's Giraffes and Zebra's. Pay is not fantastic but as I said earlier there are fringe benefits as well. Please note I am not recruiting for Chessington although I do work there and I was asked to advise their HR dept as to the best place to advertise for ex miitary as I am ex military myself. They are really keen to recruit ex military drivers because of their experience and work ethic.
  4. Minge benefits you say? Now then now then where do I sign?
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  5. I've only had 4 accidents and one speeding fine, do I qualify?
  6. What Summer, Autumn & Winter?
  7. yeah and if i'm really good they might let me work spring as well so I can get the grand slam
  8. Is it a 10 o clock start?

    Do they get sports afternoons?

    Is Friday a 2 hour day?

    Can you further explain the minge benefits?