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The world might not be the same without them! Interested in becoming a delivery driver? This topic explores available roles as well as those who currently deliver. Learn the in's and out's of this job through its challenges and rewards as well as the best ways to succeed!
Lawrence White
Community Specialist
over 6 months ago

Don't pay to apply for this job!!

The USPS does not require an application or pre-employment test preparation fee in order to qualify and apply for jobs!

I've heard this concern from other job seekers in this community..."Why should paid to take a test?".

The USPS career website has a very helpful and descriptive application instruction page openly available for active job seeker access, see Online job application process.

Virtual pre-employment online assessments and all other pre-employment assessments are discussed and explained on the agency career website.

Ready To Apply? Start your job search and hiring process today at USPS job opportunities near me

If you decide to apply for this exciting job opportunity, make sure to include an optimize resume with your online application.

Doing this will significantly improve your application rating and increase your probability to get called in for an interview.

You can also maximize your hiring potential for this and other job opportunities by following these quick and easy personal online brand-building tips, see Jobcase app: profile tips to get hired for more information.

Feel free to reach right back to us on this post if you have any questions before you apply. Thanks & Good Luck!

#USPS #jobsearch #hiringnews #fulltime #parttime #deliverydriver #warehouse #mailcarrier

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Lenin Pina posted an article
Nov 13, 2020

Start earning again with Amazon delivery jobs

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Mustafa Chowdhury
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Eric Pierrat

It all depends if you drive long distances, or else your need to have a lot of small trips. And work early in the morning as prices go up as well as late at night.

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bradley hart

It all depends on when and where you drive. My normal full time driving days are Monday 7 am until 1pm on Wednesday in Seattle. I take two hour or four hour breaks to sleep or an hour for gym and food. Between the 4 services I drive for I bring in on average $725 and spend $60 to $80 in gas.

During the rest of the week I drive about 4 hours a day for 20 hours total and average $435 after gas. (7 am to 9 am and 4 until 6 pm)

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Jennifer Young
Community Specialist
12 days ago

What's the strangest thing you've seen at work?

A food delivery worker was seen on security footage getting knocked off their motorcycle when it collided with a wild capybara (that get up to 140lbs!)

#weirdwork #aboutmyjob #deliverydriver

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Katavianna Minor-Dixon
21 days ago

Cleaning service

I am a hard worker I love to work I have one child he is 9 months I want to work for my child to have roof over my head and I love to work with people #workfromhome #hiringevents #jobsearch #application #interview #healthcare #coronavirus #firstjob #resume #deliverydriver

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Tricia Hendrix
Community Specialist
over 6 months ago

Amazon jobs coming to Texas!

Amazon plans to open six new delivery stations sometime this year across the Dallas-Fort Worth area generating 500 full-time jobs!

The stations will also bring part-time jobs, with a starting wage of $15 per hour.

The delivery stations will serve as a go-between for fulfillment centers to customers' homes.

The sites are expected to open sometime later in 2021 and will be located at:

  • 2400 Centennial Drive in Arlington
  • Risinger Road & Old Burleson Road in Fort Worth
  • Litsey Road & Beach Street in Fort Worth
  • Klein Tools Blvd & 7th Ave in Mansfield
  • 12809 Eastgate Drive in Balch Springs
  • 1398 Industrial Blvd in McKinney

The mayors of both Arlington and Mansfield said in the release that they are excited for the new stations to open in their cities and provide hundreds of jobs.

For more information about the jobs, head to Amazon or search for Amazon jobs hiring now here on Jobcase.

#Texas #Amazon #jobsearch

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Thierno Cisse
7 days ago

I’m looking for delivery job

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Hector J Perez
9 days ago

Before your interview at #Uber Eats make sure to...

Uber eats does not pay for gas or car maintenance. So if car breaks down you have to pay the bill. You end up loosing money when you work for Uber eats. Company tries to save there own money by making you drive your own car. Uber is not going around very much longer if they are don’t help their drivers. Drivers are there money makers.

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Lawrence White
Community Specialist
3 months ago

Hiring: Amazon Deliver Drivers, earn $16.50 - $19.50/hr. No CDL or Experience Necessary!

If you are looking for job opportunities that value and reward your hard work with high paying wages, comprehensive benefits and work schedule flexibility that fits your work/life balance preferences; then don't miss out on this!

Apply to be a Delivery Driver for an Amazon Delivery Service Partner (DSP) today.

  • No delivery experience required - apply today to schedule your in-person or virtual interview. Amazon DSPs are making on-the-spot job offers contingent on meeting eligibility requirements
  • Work Shifts: Morning, afternoon, weekday and/or weekend

Job Summary:

  • As a Delivery Driver, you’ll drive an Amazon-branded vehicle, delivering 200-250 packages per day. You will be a delivery hero in the neighborhoods you serve - delivering hundreds of smiles to customers every day in the form of critical supplies, household goods, toys and so much more. You can expect to work 4-5 days per week and up to 10 hours per day.

What You’ll Need:

  • Must be at least 21 years old
  • Must have a valid driver's license within the state of employment
  • Must be able to move boxes up to 50 lbs., with or without reasonable accommodation

Still Interested? Get started today at Delivery Driver for an Amazon Delivery Service Partner (DSP)

    • No delivery experience required - apply today to schedule your in-person or virtual interview. Amazon DSPs are making on-the-spot job offers contingent on meeting eligibility requirements

#Amazon #DeliveryServicePartners #fulltime #parttime #jobsearch #hiringnews #deliverydriver #noexperience #entrylevel #NationWideUSA

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Eria Joseph
17 days ago

What duties would I need to complete as a Delivery Driver?

diligence and effort in my duties with patience and professionalism

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Vibrant Lady

Being able to give high quality customer service starting by communicating with the customer about everything going right and wrong. Communication is the key to giving the best customer service you can give. It also helps to mentally put yourself in the customer's shoes. Hope this helps! 😊

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Nancy Faust

Knowledge is key! Know your vehicle, the area in which you deliver, your product, and knowing time management and what the customer and company expect from you. Patience, Tolerance, and Understanding will make all your duties easier to accomplish!

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