Become a driver with Mobile Mini

We're recruiting drivers nationwide NOW.


Who are we looking for?

As one of our drivers, you will be the face of Mobile Mini to many of our customers. Based at one of our 15 branch locations, you will be responsible for the safe and timely deliveries of our storage or accommodation units. This role is great for someone who is safety conscious and has the ability to work both in a team and on your own, with customer service at the forefront of everything you do

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Our HGV drivers are responsible for delivering our assets to our valued customers, sometimes in hard to find places, so any applicant must be safety conscious.

Our drivers are often the first face of the company so you must have excellent customer service skills when engaging with our customers.

Application Process

The recruitment process for Mobile Mini is designed to get the best from our applicants so that they can really show off their skills and attributes during their interview. It’s our employees that make Mobile Mini the company that it is.

Stage 1
Application stage

Stage 2
First interview

Stage 3
Final interview

Stage 4
Job offer

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I’d not planned on becoming a driver for a living, but I love the freedom, and getting out and meeting people. I knew I could never have a job where I was in an office all day, and I don’t like being tied to one place, so this is the ideal job for me.

Rachel Woodward, HGV Driver, East Midlands

Driver Development Programme

At Mobile Mini, we pride ourselves on our employee development programmes and our Driver Development Programme is an excellent example of how we upskill our workforce at Mobile Mini. Our Driver Development Programme is a 12-month course that we offer to all our employees to become a fully-fledged HGV driver.

Launched to combat the national shortage of HGV drivers, we fund all the training, theory and practical tests to put one of our team through the development programme.

Our Driver Development Programme consists of:

– Complete medical test, apply for provisional HGV licence and tachograph card
– Theory and Hazard Perception test
– Initial CPC case studies test
– Initial CPC practical demonstration exercise
– 4-day Category C (Class 2) training and test
– 5-day Category C+E (Class 1) training and test