Demand for delivery drivers remains strong, driven by the continued growth of e-commerce and a variety of industries general demand for delivery. Delivery drivers must possess patience, problem solving abilities and excellent customer service skills. Delivery drivers usually have a high school diploma or the equivalent, and they must obtain a valid driver’s license. Most companies train new delivery drivers in house by sending another driver as a passenger on their initial rides.
Are you trying to find a new delivery driver job? Search on Glassdoor for companies currently looking for drivers and find the perfect position for yourself. Explore a wide range of delivery driver opportunities, from pizza and food to medical, furniture, warehouse, parcel delivery drivers, and more from top companies recruiting delivery drivers.
If you're just starting out as a delivery driver, filter your results to find entry-level or trainee positions. Been delivering for a while? Search for experienced delivery driver jobs. Alternatively, base your driver job search on particular vehicle types, such as trucks, vans, cars, or motorbikes, or, if applicable, on your commercial driver's license (CDL), including Class A, Class B, and Class C. Only available at certain times? Search for day or night positions. Are you looking for a full-time, part-time, contract, or temporary delivery driver job? Depending on your preferences, check out independent contractor positions, route delivery driver jobs, local driving positions, and agency jobs.
When you find an appealing vacancy, use common delivery driver interview questions to help you prepare for your job interview.
If you're looking for a new job, comparing positions, getting ready for an interview, or finalizing a job offer, you should know what's a good wage for a delivery driver. To help you get a well-paid delivery job:
Alongside a reasonable rate of pay, you should also consider extra job benefits and perks. Your delivery driver role might offer: