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Delivery Driver - Reporting to Dartford Depot - Southborough

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Job ID:

995788

Location:

Kent 

Salary:

per year
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Job Views:

1

Employment Type:

Full time

Posted:

01/10/2019
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Job Description:

Flexible hours. Great earnings. Be your own boss.


Become an Amazon Flex Delivery Partner and make £12-£15 p/h*!

Do you have a couple of hours to spare? Do you want to earn extra income? Make £12-£15/hr delivering parcels with Amazon as an independent contractor. All you need is a vehicle, a smartphone, and some free time. Be your own boss: make great money, delivering when you want.


Perhaps you have a job, but want to supplement your income. Or maybe you are already a delivery driver and want something to keep you busy on the quieter days. Whatever your situation Amazon Flex can offer you the freedom and flexibility to earn extra cash on your own schedule.


Who can deliver for Amazon Flex?


To become a Delivery Partner, you need a valid UK driving licence and a vehicle. Currently the only available delivery options are for owners of a 4-door car or van.
You will need to be entitled to work in the UK and pass a background and criminal record check which includes, but is not limited to, a review of driving licence records. Current Amazon employees are not eligible to be Delivery Partners.


Is Amazon Flex a full-time work opportunity?


No, Amazon Flex provides a flexible opportunity for individuals looking to turn free time into supplementary income. You can build your own schedule and there are delivery blocks available seven days a week. However, the available delivery blocks may fluctuate week to week and are not guaranteed.

How long are the blocks and how many blocks can I schedule per week?


Blocks vary in length, from 1 to 5 hours, depending on the delivery service you support. For example, 1-hour and 2-hour blocks are available for Prime Now deliveries, where customers receive their deliveries within a few hours of making their order. However, for Amazon.co.uk deliveries, the area served is larger. In those cases, it's not feasible to have 1-hour or 2-hour blocks and the available blocks are 4-hour and 5-hour.

What's the sign-up process?


You'll need to complete a couple of simple questions before downloading the app onto your phone. Once downloaded the app will guide you through the on-boarding process and will initiate the background check - completed by an independent third party. You will receive an email separately about the background check and will need to respond within 10 working days.

If you like what you've heard and you've got what it takes, then sign-up today.

* Earnings estimates are based on delivering a number of packages across an estimated length of time (referred to as a block). We aim to ensure that the number of packages you are assigned to deliver within your block is realistic, taking into account congestion and the primary requirement to drive safely. However, the actual time taken per delivery may vary (because it could, occasionally, take less or more time than expected) so the earnings per hour may vary.

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Delivery Driver - Reporting to Dartford Depot - Southborough

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Job ID:

995788

Location:

Kent 

Salary:

per year
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Job Views:

1

Employment Type:

Full time

Posted:

01/10/2019
col-wide 

Job Description:

Flexible hours. Great earnings. Be your own boss.


Become an Amazon Flex Delivery Partner and make £12-£15 p/h*!

Do you have a couple of hours to spare? Do you want to earn extra income? Make £12-£15/hr delivering parcels with Amazon as an independent contractor. All you need is a vehicle, a smartphone, and some free time. Be your own boss: make great money, delivering when you want.


Perhaps you have a job, but want to supplement your income. Or maybe you are already a delivery driver and want something to keep you busy on the quieter days. Whatever your situation Amazon Flex can offer you the freedom and flexibility to earn extra cash on your own schedule.


Who can deliver for Amazon Flex?


To become a Delivery Partner, you need a valid UK driving licence and a vehicle. Currently the only available delivery options are for owners of a 4-door car or van.
You will need to be entitled to work in the UK and pass a background and criminal record check which includes, but is not limited to, a review of driving licence records. Current Amazon employees are not eligible to be Delivery Partners.


Is Amazon Flex a full-time work opportunity?


No, Amazon Flex provides a flexible opportunity for individuals looking to turn free time into supplementary income. You can build your own schedule and there are delivery blocks available seven days a week. However, the available delivery blocks may fluctuate week to week and are not guaranteed.

How long are the blocks and how many blocks can I schedule per week?


Blocks vary in length, from 1 to 5 hours, depending on the delivery service you support. For example, 1-hour and 2-hour blocks are available for Prime Now deliveries, where customers receive their deliveries within a few hours of making their order. However, for Amazon.co.uk deliveries, the area served is larger. In those cases, it's not feasible to have 1-hour or 2-hour blocks and the available blocks are 4-hour and 5-hour.

What's the sign-up process?


You'll need to complete a couple of simple questions before downloading the app onto your phone. Once downloaded the app will guide you through the on-boarding process and will initiate the background check - completed by an independent third party. You will receive an email separately about the background check and will need to respond within 10 working days.

If you like what you've heard and you've got what it takes, then sign-up today.

* Earnings estimates are based on delivering a number of packages across an estimated length of time (referred to as a block). We aim to ensure that the number of packages you are assigned to deliver within your block is realistic, taking into account congestion and the primary requirement to drive safely. However, the actual time taken per delivery may vary (because it could, occasionally, take less or more time than expected) so the earnings per hour may vary.