Conwy jobs: Do you want to drive a tram for a living?

  Posted: 23.04.21 at 11:57 by The Editor

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Do you fancy driving a tram for a living?

Conwy County Council is advertising a temporary job driving trams up and down the Great Orme.

The job is being advertised on Conwy Nub News’ job section.

Here’s the job:

A new and exciting job has arisen for you to join a large organisation and develop your driving skills whilst working as part of a close team.

In the Tramway Driver job, you will be responsible for:

• Driving and operating the tram along set routes, picking up and dropping off passengers at tram stops
• Carrying out equipment checks, maintenance, cleaning and inspections prior to public operation in accordance with the Operating Manual
• Keeping in contact with the control room for up-to-date route information
• Ensure that all records of tramway operation are correctly and timely completed with particular attention being given to vehicle daily examination documents and defect sheets
• Undertaking Ticket Office Clerk duties and any other tasks as required
• Comply with the Tramway’s Drug and Alcohol Policy.

We’d love to hear from you if you have the following:

• Previous driving experience and a full, clean UK driving licence (minimum standard required is to be able to drive a manual gear change motor car)
• Strong communication and customer service skills with the ability to accept criticism
• Ability to work independently and within a team and work well under pressure too
• Patience and the ability to remain calm in stressful situations
• Attend training when required to keep up to date with policies and procedures

Please note, this role is subject to passing a medical check including drug and alcohol screening.

This is a temporary, seasonal role and is based in Llandudno. Working hours are typically 8.75 hours a day and on any four days in in seven, (may be 5 days depending on demand) however they are variable during training. In return you will receive an hourly salary of £9.50 plus holiday pay.

If you are keen to start a new challenge that gets you out and about then we would love to hear from you.

Supertemps Limited is acting on behalf of our client as an employment business.

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