Looking for a flexible job that fits your schedule? As a Driver weekend job, you enjoy hourly pay and real insurance. And there are many more reasons to set off with us!
Out on the road As our Driver weekend, you connect people across your city with their favourite food – taking orders from the restaurant kitchen to the customer. Whether you want to work a few hours in between your studies or set off with us full-time, we’ve got a contract to suit you.
We make everything as straightforward as possible, including the fact you can start your shifts from a local hub and deliver on one of our brand-new E-Bikes. You will also become part of our courier community, enjoying a welcoming workplace and regular social events at the hub.
We also support you by:
Providing your equipment
Offering training to help you quickly get into top gear
Helping you track deliveries while driving around the city
Mileage allowance per driven kilometer
Our Courier is:
Is at least 16 years old
Super service-oriented and delivers with a smile
In the possession of a smartphone (with 4G) for navigation.
Following the traffic rules.
Is available on one weekday evening and one weekend evening
About the salary as a Driver weekend at Thuisbezorgd.nl
Hourly pay of €13,34 gross per hour (from 21 years old) including holiday allowance and holiday-hours.
An order bonus of 1-2 euro per accepted order, if you work between 5pm - 9 pm. For example, if you deliver 8 orders between 5pm – 9pm, you could earn between 8-16 euro on top of your gross salary, independent of your age
Other benefits as a Driver weekend at Thuisbezorgd.nl:
You will get insurance;we’ve got you covered
Flexibility on a stable shift plan: we can guarantee you up to 40 hours per week. Pick the contract and shifts that fit your lifestyle.
Support from the team whenever you need it
The chance to keep fit while getting paid
It’s time to get onboard as a Courier. Click Apply Now.
Job Type: Part-time
Salary: €13.34 per hour
Are you 16 years old or above?
How many hours per week would you ideally like to work on average?