Support your Spanish dream

By Euro Weekly News Sunday, 21 August 2016 14:00 0
DRIVERS REQUIRED: For guaranteed, flexible and profitable work. DRIVERS REQUIRED: For guaranteed, flexible and profitable work. © Matushchak Anton

ARE you a skilled, driven expat looking for lucrative job opportunities in the UK that will allow you to live out your dreams in Spain? Have you had trouble finding a position that offers proper wages for your hard work? 

Fortunately Cambs Contractors is well aware of the tough environment many expats find themselves in while living in Spain and have dedicated themselves to helping people like you unleash your potential and earn good money while you’re at it. 

A family-run business based in the UK with more than 40 years experience in haulage and recruitment, Cambs Contractors is looking for drivers interested in guaranteed, flexible and profitable work at a location which suits them. 

Having lived in Spain themselves, owner Steve Ambrose and his family are all too familiar with the financial plight many expats find themselves in and have developed a driver-friendly employment programme designed to benefit you. 

Average weekly earnings in the UK are between £800 and £1,000 per week and many drivers who choose Cambs Contractors come for a few weeks or months, earn their money while based near their family back home, and then return to Spain with enough cash to support a life in the sun. 

Interested? Contact Cambs Contractors today on +44 1487 842165 or +44 7846 624312, email them on [email protected] or visit their website www.cambscontractors.co.uk.

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