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Personal Statement

In one paragraph describe yourself with relation to your professional attributes. Try and summarise your career history. See example below;

Having served a successful 10 years in the RLC I have become a professional and competent Logistic Driver holding a clean HGV Class 1 licence.  Experienced in the timely and accurate delivery of high profile cargo and overall Warehouse supervisory responsibilities. Competent HGV Driver with over 10 years experience holding current CPC, TACHO and ADR qualifications.

Qualifications and Training

List your qualifications (some examples below)

Licences: B, BE, B1, C, CE, C1, C1E,

CPC valid until 2019

Digital TACHO card held

City & Guilds Logistics and Transport

NVQ National Supply

SQA Level 2 Driving HGVs

Health and Safety in the workplace

Team Medic (First Aid Trained)

ADR (In Packs)

Work History

List your experience below, starting with the most recent (some examples below)

UPS – HGV Driver

April 2003 – present

Carried out a tramping role, driving Class 1 and was customer facing. Built good understanding route maps, delivery schedules and operating within the safety limits of a busy driver.

  • First parade safety checks on every vehicle before commencing daily routes.
  • Built good communication and customer service skills.
  • Accurate record keeping of delivery reports and customer documents.
  • Accurate time keeping ensuring customer satisfaction.

British Army – Royal Logistic Corps – Driver

March 2003 – Present

A 12 year career as a driving specialist in the British Army has built vast experience in service delivery of stores, weapons and ammunition. Qualifications in dangerous goods handling saw a high level of responsibility is supporting front line units with stores and fuels. Detailed experience on documentation and procedures supporting international logistics

  • Maintenance and servicing management of a 15-vehicle fleet.
  • Carrying out complete daily safety checks and 100% accounting record.
  • Countless hours of HGV, Bedford, Bus, Land Rover and armoured fighting vehicles driving.
  • Driving experience in arduous, hostile and challenging terrain.
  • Prioritising workload to ensure accurate multi-drop stores delivery.
  • Working under pressure to deliver on tight time scales and ensuring good communications with higher management.
  • Commercial aware with good numeracy and literacy skills.


1997 – 1998 – Logistic Warehousing Level 3

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1994 – 1997 – West End College/ 6th Form

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Interests and Activities

Playing football for my local team on the weekends is a strong passion. Keeping fit through hill walking and running.

Refurbishment of chopper motorcycles in home garage.

References available on request