Firezza Delivery Driver Application
Full Name: *
Email: *
We will send emails to this address throughout your application.
Phone Number: *
Please give your mobile number. We will call you on this number to arrange an interview, so make sure that you answer our calls.
Which City do you live in? *
Which Firezza location are you most interested in working at? *
What is your postcode? *
Nationality: *
Please confirm which of the following applies to you: *
Driving Licence
This role involves driving a company moped. Which of the following applies to you? *
At Firezza it's very important that our team members are flexible with their working hours. Which of the following applies to you? *
Driving Licence Points
For insurance purposes we need to know how many driving points you have. Which of the following applies to you? *
Previous Insurance
Have you ever been refused car or bike insurance? *
Do you already hold a compulsory Bike Training (CBT) Certificate? *
Driving Convictions
Have you been convicted of any of the following driving offences in the last 5 years (including any pending prosecutions you may currently have): • Failing to stop/report an accident (code AC on your driving licence) • Careless driving (code CB on your driving licence) • Dangerous/ reckless driving (code DD on your driving licence) • Driving under the influence of alcohol/drugs (code DR on your driving licence) • Driving without insurance (code IN on your driving licence) *
Driving Ban
Have you been disqualified from driving in the past 5 years? *
Number of Jobs
How many permanent jobs have you had in the last 12 months? *
How would you describe your command of the English language? *
Right to Work
Do you have the right to work in the country to which you are applying and can provide documentary proof? *
Criminal Convictions
Have you ever been convicted of a Criminal Conviction that to date is not spent? (We do not expect you to tell us about driving offences you have already disclosed or parking violations). *
What is a spent criminal conviction?
This does not include speeding offences or parking violations. Some criminal convictions can become ‘spent' after a set length of time from the date of the conviction. If this length of time has not passed, the law states that you must tell us now about any criminal conviction you may have which is ‘unspent'. If you do not tell us about your ‘unspent' criminal convictions this may result in an unsuccessful application or dismissal at a later date. We do not expect you to tell us about speeding offences or parking violations.
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