Thank you for showing an interest in a career with us at Alpine Travel.
Founded in the little market town of Llanrwst back in 1972, Alpine Travel has now grown to be the largest independently owned coach operator in North Wales. Our core business principle is to provide the best possible service at an affordable price, whilst providing long term stable employment opportunities for local people.
By recruiting the right people who have a proactive attitude and a 'can do' nature we achieve great things.
Whatever role you undertake at Alpine Travel we recognise that our employees are one of our most important assets in delivering excellent customer service. By investing in the training and development of our teams we build a great future together.
We have training schemes in place for funded driver training, including practical on-road tuition (for both manual and automatic vehicles) and preparation for classroom-based theory and hazard perception tests. How much training you need depends on your current driving skills and experience. For the practical part of the PCV Driving Test, even capable drivers with experience of driving other large vehicles previously (i.e. lorries / large vans) would generally need at least five days training before the test itself. For less experienced drivers, we would suggest a minimum of eight days training, sometimes more.
As well as our funded driver training programme we are also pleased to offer trainee and apprenticeship programmes as part of the Kickstart scheme, creating jobs for young people between the age of 16 and 24.
We hope you find all the information that you need here to consider a position at Alpine Travel and look forward to hearing from you.
You can find out about the different parts of the PCV driving test here:
To find out more about the vacancies we may have available, please click on the links below.