Want to know more about working as a Royal Mail Delivery Driver via Manpower?
Check out the FAQs below to get a better insight into where you’ll be working, what you’ll be doing and what you can expect in return.
Where are you based?
You’ll be working out of one of our local depots and driving around the local geographical area.
What does a Delivery Driver do?
A typical day starts with an hour or so in the local delivery office, sorting the mail for your route and taking out your van to start the round. You’ll then deliver mail and parcels to houses and businesses within the area and use a hand-held computer device to act as a routing system and capture customer signatures.
What shifts are available?
Various shifts and flexible hours are available between 09:00 and 19:00, Monday to Saturday.
What’s the site like?
You’ll find it’s a fun, well-organised and motivated place to work where people are genuinely inspired to achieve their goals. We’ll make sure you’re fully prepared for the role by providing training as part of your induction.
What are the benefits?
28 days’ paid holiday (Pro Rata) and access to Manpower Rewards (Discounts on adventure days) and the MyPath upskilling programme.
I’m interested. What happens next?
Take a look at our current roles: click here.