Need a gig? Deliver with Uber Eats!
- Boston, MA
- October 1, 2018
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Need a gig? Deliver with Uber Eats
Delivering with Uber is an easy way to earn money in your spare time. You sign up, deliver whenever it works for you, and get paid every week.
Why deliver with Uber?
Flexibility: With Uber, you’re the boss—you choose when and how often you earn. It’s totally flexible around your schedule, so you never miss out on the important things in your life.
Make good money: You earn by bringing people the food they love from local restaurants. Between deliveries, it’s just you, so turn up the music and cruise around town.
Choose your wheels: Depending on the rules in your city, you may be able to deliver with your car, scooter, or bike.
How it works:
When you go online, you start receiving delivery requests. After you accept a request, you drive or ride to the restaurant, pick up the order, and drop it off at the customer’s location. The app gives you optional turn-by-turn directions.
When you deliver with a car, you must:
Be at least 19 years old
Have a valid Class 1-5 Driver’s License
Have a vehicle 1997 or newer (less than 20 years)
Have vehicle insurance
When you deliver with a bicycle, you must:
Be at least 18 years old
Have a bicycle
Feel comfortable riding your bike around the city
If you have previous employment experience in delivery (such as a delivery driver, food service, food delivery, delivery runner, or courier) you might also consider partnering with Uber Eats to earn great money. We also welcome drivers who have worked with other food or restaurant delivery networks like GrubHub, Foodler, Seamless, Eats24. Our delivery partners come from all backgrounds and industries ranging from traditional driving, food delivery services, and transportation industries to other industries.
Uber is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, status as a protected veteran, status as a qualified individual with disability, or any other legally protected status. All applicants must be able to show proof of eligibility to work in the United States.