Deliveroo starts search for riders and drivers ahead of Newtownabbey launch
UK food delivery company Deliveroo is on the look-out for riders in Newtownabbey, where the service is due to launch in the next couple of months.
Deliveroo is looking to sign-up new riders to deliver food from restaurants and grocery partners across Newtownabbey to customers.
The company is looking for people who value on-demand, flexible work and want the freedom to choose when, where and how to work.
It is a great opportunity for people who have other commitments, such as existing work or students who are looking for flexible work to fit around study. It is also a good way to keep fit and earn money at the same time.
The company has seen rider demand soar this year and now works with 50,000 riders across the UK. This rapid growth in on-demand work underlines the vital role that Deliveroo is playing to provide work opportunities for riders in towns and cities across the UK.
The company has also revealed that rider satisfaction has never been as high, with 89 per cent of riders saying they are satisfied, in part due to the vital role that riders are carrying out in their communities as ‘key workers’ and the strong public support they have received during the pandemic.
To keep riders safe while out on the road, the company offers all riders free insurance to ensure all riders are protected. The company also offers other perks, such as free training courses for riders and their families.
Berenice Cowan, Head of UK Expansion for Deliveroo said: “At last, we’ve arrived in Newtownabbey! We can’t wait to bring everyone great food from local and national favourites, and to help local chefs reach new customers. Hungry foodies, here we come!”
Deliveroo’s arrival in Newtownabbey will also be a boost to local businesses, who will be able to reach new customers and grow their offering through delivery. Restaurants, takeaways and grocery retailers can apply at restaurants.deliveroo.com/en-gb to become a Deliveroo partner.
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