Have you ever ordered something from the Internet or sent a package to a friend? There’s a good chance it was delivered by an organized, professional package delivery driver who works for a company like FedEx, UPS, or DHL.
No matter where you are located in the world, a package delivery driver or package handler can deliver a parcel to you. In fact, UPS alone delivers nearly 4.1 billion packages in over 200 countries each year. It’s big business and there are jobs near where you live.
Books, dog food, legal papers, televisions, snow boots, light bulbs – nearly anything can be sent and handled by a delivery driver. Most package delivery drivers work locally where they go door to door to deliver goods, parcels, and packages. It’s a pretty sweet job, where no two days are the same.
This job doesn’t tie you down to the typical “office.” Rain or shine, the delivery driver hits the road to deliver all of the packages in his vehicle.
In order to be a package delivery driver, you need to be able to lift and move packages all day long – a good way to stay in shape. Drivers must be licensed drivers, wear a uniform, and be willing to work business days. Plus, they need to understand that there is often a certain “urgency” to delivery packages on time.
Package delivery drivers are always needed, especially during the upcoming holiday season. This is the busiest time of year because people all over the world are ordering and sending gifts and presents. This is a great time to get your foot in the door with a delivery company – who knows where you can go from there.
The following companies have job listings on the job board right now:
If you’re looking for a delivery driver job, check out the JobMonkey Job Board. There are hundreds of thousands of people making their living delivering packages. Plus, there is always a need for people to fill these positions. Apply for a job today!