The delivery driver job is obviously going to cost me in maintenance but as a waitress there may be no tips to be had..so which has the potential for a higher income?
I do not own a pair of dress pants but they called me and gave me very little notice for the interview. So I can either show up in jeans, which I don't think is appropriate for an interview, or a skirt, which I feel may be a bit much for a delivery driver job. Idk, some input would be great! Nice jeans and top, or skirt and heels?
I'll be starting a new pizza delivery driver job tomorrow night and my family only has a mini van and a pickup truck so I feel kinda silly because I've never seen someone deliver pizza in anything but a car... Thanks in advance for all answers ;)
I have a class G2 license and i would like to get a job as a delivery driver mabye for pizza or parcels or something...
I love to drive its my freedom so yea :P
Also JOBGYM.. if you go in to their facilities can they set up interviews for you or just tell u what jobs r available?
Im 17 years old and live in St.Catharines Ontario Canada
I recently pled guilty to a neg. driving 1 offense. My friend said that i am still able to get a delivery driver job because i insure myself and my vehicle and the company does not. I was wondering if there is any merit behind what he is saying.
Also what are some delivery driver jobs?
I want something with a lot of tips and a good paycheck... but then again I dont want to deal with the public (waitress) but then again i dont know how i feel about losing gas or miles on my car (delivery driver) and also the delivery driver - i could get like mugged or something cause it's just me alone... but then the job of a waitress is a lot to remember... so what is a better option?? I would also like to work weekdays in the mornings/afternoons and one weekend day.
I have applied for a delivery driver job in London, and want to know is there anyone on here that does it or has done it, and could you please give me some advice. thanks
I've worked for years as a delivery driver while going to school. Now I'm entering my senior and applying for internships and I'd like to know the best way to describe my job. How should I describe my duties so as to present myself in the most professional way?
I'm a college student and I work as a night delivery driver for Jimmy Johns. If you have any tips about staying safe on the job it would be appreciated. People who are only going to comment "get another job" please don't bother. Before you mention it I cannot take the car topper off (sign that you place on roof) when I am out on deliveries.
I'm currently employed now... but I was fired from my last job for a work related auto accident while I was a delivery driver. The job before that I was fired for poor job performance. My driving record is clean other than the accident which I pleaded no low to. And I have to criminal history!
I am insured with coop young drivers and I am thinking of getting a delivery drivers job, but I don't know if I am insured to deliver and if I phone up will they insure me or do they not cover delivery drivers at all?
I currently work at a grocery store but I hate my job because of two reasons; I make less than minimum wage because I have to pay union dues for a minimum wage job, and because my job is extremely boring (I cashier most of the time). I've already been there for 8 months but I won't get a raise until I've been there for a year, which is a very small 10 cent raise that will only bring me up to $7.29 after union dues.
I for sure won't be staying at the grocery store for much longer, but I'm undecided about what kind of job I should try to get as a better job. I'm thinking about applying to become a delivery driver at a pizza place or at Jimmy Johns when I turn 18.
Ok, so I've been trying to find Work as a pizza delivery driver---I was able to find one job delivering pizza--but when I had called my insurance company and told them about the situation--they immediately said "We will not cover any accidents you have while on the job delivering pizzas. Have a good day." So, my question is: What insurance policies do cover you for delivering pizzas?
I want to become a pizza delivery driver, but I want to know how much would you usually get in tips a night?
Does the driver actually get to keep the tips made?
And how much would the pizza place pay for gas?
Like on a busy Saturday how much in tips do you think I would make?
BTW, I'm trying to get a job at Pizza Hut and I'm from Miami, FL.
I was looking for a job, and domino's pizza is hiring for delivery drivers and cooks, but I am only 17. Do you think I could get the job?
I recently had an interview at Jimmy John's and am planning on taking the job as a delivery driver. I'm wondering what a driver can make on a good Friday or Saturday in tips.
Are there any newspaper delivery jobs or phone book delivery jobs in Fayetteville, nc? I am looking for a weekend thing to do with my kids to instill a good work ethic.
I'm trying to get a pizza delivery driver job, and the only car I have right now is a somewhat beat-up 1995 ford windstar minivan; I have a 1997 honda accord in great shape, but I can't use it until I buy new rotors and an axle, which I can't do until I have a job. would dominos / pizza hut still consider me?
im 18 btw
I'm in high school right now, and I'm looking for a decent job that I can do part time. I like to drive a lot, and I found 2 job postings as a pizza delivery driver. I think it's good too because it's mostly night work and I heard that some can make a killing just off of tips.
I'm just not so sure though......Any thoughts?