If you are currently looking for a flexible job, that will allow you to guarantee your earnings even during the pandemics, this opportunity is just for you! Working with Uber Eats, you will be your own boss and choose how hard you how much and when you work. Check out below how does it work.
Uber Eats operates on-demand, as well as the common Uber transportation. If you have ordered online before in apps like iFood, Menulog, Deliveroo or Open Table, you’ll know how the system works. For this job, you only need to have a car, scooter, motorbike or bicycle. Once you’ve checked that box, you can start making money on the go with Uber Eats.
Another important point is that Uber Eats now welcomes the use of eligible overseas driver’s licences. So if you are a foreigner looking for a job in Australia, now you’ll be able to make your deliveries, provided that your method of transportation meets the eligibility requirements. You will be in charge of your daily goals, respecting your limit of time and effort.
Plus, there is an extra offer if you sign up now: if you complete 10 deliveries before 28 February 2021, you can make an extra $100. You can read more about the terms and conditions of this offer on the official Uber Eats page once you subscribe.
For this position, you will undergo a background check and you must have the right to work in Australia. You won’t be required to work during specific hours, that means you can work only a few hours in the mornings, at night, or just on weekends if it suits you. Your earnings will be deposited weekly into your bank account.
Regarding the current international health crises due to the covid-19 of course your safety should be your main priority. To ensure the drivers and delivery people can continue doing their essential job, Uber states that all safety measurements are being applied, to both passengers and workers.
If you are interested in being a part of this company and delivering the best meals for expectant customers, check out some of the areas to where Uber Eats has published its latest vacancies:
- Melbourne area: CBD & Inner Suburbs
- Brisbane area: CBD & Inner Suburbs
- Sydney area: CBD, Inner West & Eastern Suburbs
- Yarra Valley & High Country
- South West Coast VIC
- Newcastle, Maitland & Hunter
- Gold Coast
- Gosford & Central Coast
- Launceston & North East
- Ballarat & Central Highlands
- Lismore & Far North Coast
- Cairns & Far North
- Toowoomba & Darling Downs
- Bendigo, Goldfields & Macedon Ranges
- Wollongong, Illawarra & South Coast
- Perth area: CBD, Inner & Western Suburbs
- Sunshine Coast, and many more.
As stated in Uber’s official website, some specifications may change according to the method of delivery you’ll be employing. For motorcycle or scooter deliveries, you must hold a full Australian or eligible overseas motorcycle or car licence, ensure your vehicle is registered and have insurance or third-party property for the vehicle. Plus, your car, motorcycle or scooter must be a 1990 year or newer. For bicycle deliveries, you’ll only need to be above 18 years old and fit to ride.
To access more than 60 currently vacant positions at Uber Eats, go to seek.com.au and search for “Uber Eats Delivery”. You can also specify your area of choice to narrow the results of your search. Select the best opportunity and click on the subscribe button to send your curriculum and documents. Good luck!
Source: seek.com.au | Images: USA Today/ Engadnet