Ideal part time delivery position for those with delivery and/or merchandising experience, retired or semi retired welcome. For those seeking some extra income and is truly available to work Friday, Saturdays or Sundays every other weekend without conflicts. Work includes pick up of bundles or small boxes of publications from our west end warehouse once every two weeks, filling & refilling indoor and outdoor display locations.
– An established contract delivery route in Downtown or South Edmonton delivering to indoor retail store display racks and outdoor boxes once every two weeks.
– Pay scaling from $80 – $120 for one delivery day or weekend depending on the size of the route with industry standard 2 week holdback. Direct deposit pay every 2 weeks.
– Low stress and independence.
– Consistently return your paperwork by fax, scan or direct dropoff every Monday morning.
– Genuinely be available and ready to pick up on Friday or Saturday mornings at our west end warehouse.
– Be able to lift small box weights from 10 to occasionally as high as 50 lbs.
– Have zero issues or conflicts which would interfere with the timely and accurate completion of your route between Friday morning and Sunday evening.
– Have a strong work ethic and pride in taking your time to do a thorough and complete job. Excellent communication skills, attention to detail, not be afraid to drive in cold, snow or rain, a good sense of direction, ability to see clearly at night, and are able to find new addresses with a map or GPS.
– Own a fuel efficient vehicle. A small car or minivan is best.
– Own an answerable cell phone where you are able to respond to calls or text messages within a few hours of receipt when necessary.
– Be able to follow directions and instructions.
– Have a back-up driver and vehicle should you be unable to deliver your route for any reason.
– Please reply by email only with resume attachment and references.
Thank you to all who apply, however only those who attach a resume, and respond according to the above criteria will be contacted for an interview.
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