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Successful applicants might have a class 1 licence, but this isn’t necessary. They will ideally be able to drive a manual transmission, but again this isn’t necessary. More importantly, they will possess a positive can-do attitude and work well as a member of a team, and on their own. A willingness to learn is a must.
There is a serious shortage of truck drivers and other associated personnel in the transport industry in New Zealand, and the Dynes Cadet Scheme aims to produce some of the highest quality and fully qualified drivers that it can. We want to produce drivers with the right attitude and culture behind them, with a solid background in health and safety, road courtesy, lawful requirements, respect for the fleet and respect for the company, staff, and community.
Des Morris, our full-time Dynes Cadet Scheme Manager will be focused purely on our cadets, working with you to identify and grow skills and qualities that needed in the industry. You will be trained in all aspects of Dynes operations and work culture including; health and safety, time spent in the workshop, administration, and dispatch, as well as spending time in the various divisions our drivers are involved in; bulk milk, powder, log cartage, chip, wine/juice and storage.
Each cadet will be issued with a journal that they will be required to complete weekly summarising what they have learnt and from whom each week. Which will be checked regularly. Each cadet will meet with their Personal Mentor for half an hour each week to discuss challenges and what they have learnt.
We aim for each cadet on completion of the Dynes Cadet Scheme to have:
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At Dynes, we know the importance of taking opportunities and making something great.
If you have a great attitude and are keen to learn, contact us today.
Call the Dynes Cadet Scheme on 03 478 8018 or hit contact us below to shoot through your details.
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