Self-Employed Delivery Driver
£160 - £200 (average daily revenue)
Every one of our millions of parcels could change lives. That’s why, as a self-employed delivery driver, you’ll deliver promises, as well as parcels. We’re talking reliable, regular opportunities to deliver for big-name retailers. The option to drive your own small van, or lease one from us. Knowing that what you put in, you get out, with the rewards of uncapped revenue. And enjoying the benefits of driving on a self-employed basis, with the support of a leading delivery company, if you need it.
It’s all about going the extra mile. That means using your friendliness, warmth and attention to detail to deliver every item to customers safely and smiling. And in return, you’ll enjoy support that includes a handheld device and SatNav to help make the drive more efficient and sort out any customer issues, a dedicated site rep on hand and a great team at your local depot to help make your parcel pick up easier.
As we deliver six days a week, there’s plenty of opportunity to up your income as you’ll get paid a competitive rate per parcel. The more you deliver, the more you’ll earn. And, whilst being a self-employed driver means handling things like your own taxes, you won’t be on your own. We can link you with all sorts of experts for support.
As a self-employed delivery driver, you need to be organised and confident behind the wheel. If you have your own van, great. If not, we have various leasing options to help. You won’t need experience either. We’re far more interested in your commitment and enthusiasm. After all, we’ll be relying on you to deliver every parcel in great condition, on time, with a smile. Explore more now.
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