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Voluntary Car Service Drivers

Arriva Transport Solutions Ltd working in partnership with the NHS is looking to engage with existing Voluntary Car Service (VCS) drivers and new VCS drivers, for non-emergency patient transport in the South West. VCS drivers will help transport people to and from their routine hospital and clinic appointments.

Voluntary Car Service Drivers

This is an exciting opportunity to make a difference in the community. Most journeys are made in the local area and journeys are arranged in advance by our non-emergency patient transport services planning team.

To become a voluntary car driver you must:

Hold a full clean driving licence and have at least 12 months driving experience
Own a suitable 4-door car (with valid MOT and insurance)
Be contactable by telephone
Not suffer from a condition that prevents you from driving
Undertake an enhanced DBS check

Whilst you will be required to use your own vehicle, a mileage rate will be paid. If you have time to spare and what it takes to transport patients in a safe and timely manner whilst maintaining high standards of care then we want to hear from you.

For further information please email arrivatransportsolutions@arriva.co.uk. 


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