DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES?

Couriers are considered as “Essential Workers” since the start of Covid19 pandemic.

DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES?

Couriers are considered as “Essential Workers” since the start of Covid19 pandemic.

Seeking work as a Courier?

Why become a Service Club Member?

To be hired by some of the biggest delivery companies in the world.

  • Freelancers can find work from multiple delivery apps so they can fill even off-peak times of the day.
  • Various full-time opportunities all over the world depending on your location, skills and vehicle of your choice.
  • Service Club Academy to learn new skills and get certified so you can apply for a variety of opportunities; with our short, fun, addictive teaching method, learning and job hunting have never been easier.
  • Service Club Membership which means support and guidance throughout your delivery career.

Why delivery becomes a career with Service Club?

Service Club is a friendly and inclusive job platform exclusively for delivery people! This is where you learn new skills, get certified, have access to support and guidance to turn delivery jobs into reliable income.

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  • All you need is your work permit and ID
  • Sign up with Me Asesoran
  • Pay 15,90€ a month
  • Let your personal assistant do all the boring work and enjoy your new life as a freelancer!

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Can’t decide which delivery job is for you?

Courier

Usually on a motorbike, you collect small to medium size commercial packages & envelopes and take them from one location to the other within a deadline. These guys usually look super cool!

It is a tough job though. Most deliveries need to be made within the same day, sometimes even within the hour. A lot of businesses and in some cases, people’s health depends on these cool dudes. You got to be a wizard in traffic to get to places on time.

Advantages:

  • Roads are your office! No sitting behind a desk.
  • No one micromanages you.
  • Ability to improve geography skills, learn the best roads & shortcuts.
  • Meeting new people.
  • Ability to move to management, if you are good!

 

Do you have what it takes?

  • Good fitness level.
  • Ability to work fast and meet deadlines.
  • Motorbike or driver’s license.
  • Excellent driving skills.
  • Outstanding organising skills.
  • Valid work permit.

Delivery App Rider/Driver

They are the ones who work for the likes of Deliveroo & Uber Eats. The world needs more of them, that’s for sure! You receive the job from the app. You pick up the package from an address and deliver it to another. Mostly food, pharmacy and supermarket stuff! You will be the busiest during peak hours like dinner time but don’t fret; if you apply to multiple of Service Club apps, you surely will be busy all day long.

Advantages:

  • You are your own boss! You decide when you work.
  • Ability to support your studies.
  • Time for your hobbies.
  • Roads are your office! No sitting behind a desk.
  • And here is the best part; as a Service Club member, you can deliver for multiple companies and have multiple incomes!

 

Do you have what it takes?

  • No specific skills needed!
  • 18+ years old, even if you will cycle.
  • Own your own bike or motorbike or car.
  • Own a smart-phone.
  • Registeredas self-employed.
  • Food delivery insurance, if in the UK.
  • Valid work permit.

Flower Delivery Driver

These peeps drive floral arrangements to their customers’ homes and businesses. Usually, they are provided with a company vehicle with climate control to keep the flowers fresh.

This is the most pleasant of all delivery jobs; people will always be happy to see you. You will always be greeted with huge smiles. But just like in every other delivery job, punctuality is the key. Also important is package safety! You have to handle those beautiful flowers with care!

Advantages:

  • Who wouldn’t want to be around gorgeous flowers all day? And the occasional cactus. Flowers are by far the nicest thing to deliver in the delivery industry.
  • Roads are your office! No sitting behind a desk.
  • No one micromanages you.
  • Ability to improve geography skills, learn the best roads & shortcuts.
  • Meeting new people.

 

Do you have what it takes?

  • Good fitness level; some of those trees will be heavy!
  • Ability to work fast and meet deadlines.
  • Squeaky clean driver’s license.
  • Excellent driving skills.
  • Outstanding organising skills.
  • Valid work permit.

Food delivery Rider/Driver

From Chinese food to pizza, these guys are the most popular among the delivery people, especially if they bring the food on time! The job involves riding your bike or driving around the town, delivering food from restaurants to hungry people of all ages.

Speed, punctuality, package care and a pleasant smiley face will ensure high tips!

Advantages:

  • You are your own boss! You decide when you work.
  • Ability to support your studies.
  • Time for your hobbies.
  • Roads are your office! No sitting behind a desk.
  • And here is the best part; as a Service Club member, you can deliver for multiple companies and have multiple incomes!

 

Do you have what it takes?

  • No specific skills needed.
  • 18+ years old, even if you will cycle.
  • Own your own bike or motorbike or car.
  • Own a smart-phone.
  • Registered as self-employed.
  • Food delivery insurance, if in the UK.
  • Valid work permit.

Mail Delivery Driver

There’s a lot more to being a mail delivery driver than you probably think. The part of the job that we see — the actual mail delivery — is only a portion of what a mail carrier does each day.

In most places, the mail is delivered in the early-late afternoon. That leaves nearly half of the day (the morning) for other tasks such as collecting and sorting the mail.

Most mail delivery drivers are provided with government-owned vehicles to use on the job.

Advantages:

  • Good government payment package with benefits.
  • Roads are your office! No sitting behind a desk.
  • No one micromanages you.
  • Ability to improve geography skills, learn the best roads & shortcuts.
  • Meeting new people.
  • Ability to move to management, if you are good!

 

Do you have what it takes?

  • Ability to work fast and meet deadlines.
  • Driver’s license.
  • Excellent driving skills.
  • Outstanding organising skills.
  • Valid work permit.

Newspaper Delivery Driver

If getting up before the crack of dawn is your thing, this is your job. These drivers often start at 4-5am and deliver their papers before (or shortly after) the sun comes up. Since many people like to read their papers first thing in the morning, it’s important to maintain that early schedule.

Advantages:

  • You’ll certainly be home early in the afternoons; guaranteed quality family time!
  • Roads are your office! No sitting behind a desk.
  • No one micromanages you.
  • Ability to improve geography skills, learn the best roads & shortcuts.
  • Meeting new people.

 

Do you have what it takes?

  • Being a morning person!
  • Driver’s license.
  • Excellent driving skills.
  • Outstanding organising skills.
  • Sometimes, they might ask your own van! Pay attention to the job ads.
  • Valid work permit.

Package Delivery Driver

Package delivery drivers work for delivery companies like FedEx, UPS and DHL or online shopping companies like Amazon and Ebay. They drive company-owned trucks from distribution centres and deliver packages to their customers’ mainly homes and offices. Compared to the other types of delivery driver jobs available, this one is very physically demanding. And no, it’s not just a boys’ job! Girls do it too!

Advantages:

  • Highest paying delivery job!
  • A lot of traveling within and sometimes outside your city.
  • Roads are your office! No sitting behind a desk.
  • No one micromanages you.
  • Ability to improve geography skills, learn the best roads & shortcuts.
  • Meeting new people.
  • Ability to move to management, if you are good!

 

Do you have what it takes?

  • Very good fitness level.
  • Ability to work fast and meet deadlines.
  • Driver’s license.
  • Excellent driving skills.
  • Outstanding organising skills.
  • Valid work permit.

Supermarket Delivery Driver

They are an integral part of our lives now. They bring our food; what can be more important! Contracted by supermarkets full time or per job basis, these drivers collect the shopping from the warehouse and delivery to the buyer on the very same day. The clients usually have time slots they selected during which they expect their delivery. It is crucial that you deliver their items in these slots. People take time off from work to receive their items; they could not would not wait! Warning: Involves heavy lifting!

Advantages:

  • Flexible working.
  • No special skills needed.
  • You can start right away.
  • Doesn’t involve long distance driving.
  • Great for those who hate offices.

 

Do you have what it takes?

  • Very good fitness level.
  • Ability to work fast and meet deadlines.
  • Driver’s license.
  • Excellent driving skills.
  • Valid work permit.

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