Location: Chantilly, VA
Experience: Junior Level
Pizza is fun -- come join our Team!
Whether you are looking for a little spending money or a career -- we have an opportunity for you!
We are growing fast in the Loudoun County and surrounding areas and are looking for great people to join our Team. We are local and believe in supporting our community!
With close to half of Marco's customers ordering for delivery, we count on drivers to be our ambassadors to the front doors of our delivery community. We'll be training and developing our team to provide great service and enjoy their time at Marco's!
Safe driving record with 2 years experience, dependable vehicle, insurance Attributes/Attitudes/Abilities: Successful Delivery Driver applicants must be able to demonstrate the following skills: Safe, defensive, courteous driving * A strong, professional, and courteous work ethic, unquestionable integrity, and behaviors that reflect favorably upon themselves and Marco's Pizza * Pride in personal appearance and behaviors, as well as pride in the team, its products and service, and in providing genuine and sincere Guest Delight.
50% discount off menu price pizzas!
Location: #Broadlands #Ashburn #Virginia
Driver's License (Preferred)
Start delivering food and earning money as early as today!
Looking to fill multiple driver needs in your area.
Deliver food and other items from local stores and restaurants to nearby customers.
Apply today and an onboarding specialist will reach out to you to start the application process. Start earning as early as the following day!
Drivers are independent contractors. Previous delivery experience is not required.
Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
Pay: Up to $23.00 per hour
Work Location: On the road
Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Delivery Truck Driver is $55,664 per year or $27 per hour. The highest paying Delivery Truck Driver jobs have a salary over $87,000 per year while the lowest paying Delivery Truck Driver jobs pay $35,000 per year
A delivery driver's general responsibility is to ensure that the packages are being delivered to the destination safely and timely. Delivery drivers must be able to communicate well with the delivery team for the most convenient routes and assigned schedule. A delivery driver also has to check with the customer should there be any concerns regarding the items delivered to guarantee satisfaction and accurate service. Delivery drivers should also have basic knowledge of engines in case of any system malfunctions on the road.
Drivers are responsible for safely transporting people, packages, or goods from one destination to another. They should be familiar with the different routes that may be taken to reach the desired goal. They should be expert navigators and may use navigation apps to help them along the way. They should also be familiar with the basic mechanics of the vehicle they are using and the proper maintenance and cleaning needed to ensure that the car is running well. Drivers are expected to have excellent customer relation skills, a strong sense of direction, and superb organizations.
The responsibilities of a Truck Driver Class A mainly revolves around driving heavy vehicles and ensuring that all transported goods meet the expected delivery deadlines and quality. The Driver needs to have a Class A license and be emotionally and physically healthy to qualify. Among the duties of a Truck Driver Class A will also revolve around securing and monitoring the quantity and quality of items, maintaining the vehicle in good condition, abide by the traffic rules and regulations, adhere to the company standards and policies, and have precise coordination with every workforce involved.
A Route Driver is responsible for delivering and transporting supplies or goods within an allotted time. The tasks will vary upon the organization or industry that a Route Driver works for, however, most of the time, the duties will revolve around picking up and dropping off packages at particular destinations ranging from homes to establishments, and communicating with customers. Furthermore, Route Drivers must keep their vehicles in clean and sound condition, report to supervisors should there be any issue, and adhere to the company policies and regulations at all times.
Bus drivers are mainly responsible for safely transporting passengers to their destinations. Bus drivers must be attentive and highly focused to monitor road situations at all times, avoiding any cause of accidents. A bus driver must also ensure to follow all safety policies and procedures during the travel. Bus drivers should also be knowledgeable in monitoring the engine's condition, spot any unusual signals and inconsistencies of the vehicle system that might compromise everyone's safety and comfortability.