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Amazon Delivery Service Partners
Shifts: Morning, afternoon, weekday, or weekend
Are you interested in a new opportunity where you can work independently, make a difference in your community, and delight hundreds of customers every day? Apply to be a Delivery Driver for an Amazon Delivery Service Partner (DSP) today. DSPs provide contracted delivery services to Amazon and hire delivery drivers to meet growing customer demand as we approach the holiday season. DSPs offer competitive compensation, benefits, a great company culture, and growth opportunities. No delivery experience required - apply today to schedule your in-person or virtual interview. DSPs are doing on-the-spot job offers contingent on meeting eligibility requirements.
What You'll Do:
As a Delivery Driver, you'll drive an Amazon-branded vehicle, delivering 200-250 packages per day. You will be a delivery hero in the neighborhoods you serve - delivering hundreds of smiles to customers every day in the form of critical supplies, household goods, toys, and so much more. You can expect to work 4-5 days per week and up to 10 hours per day.
Why You'll Love Working For a DSP:
- Earn more: competitive compensation
- Compelling Benefits: paid time off and health insurance for all full-time employees
- Independence: spend the majority of your day on the road delivering smiles to customers
- Stay active: you'll be on the move during your shift as you deliver packages from the delivery vehicle to the customer’s doorstep.
- Professional growth: many DSPs offer career growth opportunities such as moving into Lead Driver, Dispatcher, or Operations Manager roles, DOT certification, and professional development and training
- Team environment: a fun, fast-paced, and supportive company culture
- Equal opportunity employer: DSP is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate based on race, national origin, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, protected veteran status, disability, age, or another legally protected status.
What You'll Need:
- Must be at least 21 years old
- Must have a valid driver's license within the state of employment
- Must be able to move boxes up to 50 lbs., with or without reasonable accommodation
Health and safety are always a top priority for Amazon and the Delivery Service Partners Amazon contracts with. In partnership with one another, Amazon and the DSPs continue to consult with medical and health experts and take all recommended precautions to keep everyone healthy.
1)Does Amazon provide vehicles to the Amazon delivery drivers?
Yes. Amazon does provide delivery vans to the Amazon delivery drivers working with Amazon’s delivery service partner. There are two types of delivery drivers who work for Amazon.
- Drivers working with Amazon’s Delivery Service Partner (DSP): Amazon Delivery Service Partners help Amazon with the delivery. The partners are the ones hiring the drivers and are responsible for the drivers. Drivers working with Amazon’s Delivery Service Partner get an Amazon-branded vehicle to deliver. Here the Delivery drivers must work full time with fixed timing of 40 hours per week.
- Amazon Flex delivery driver: One can work part-time with an Amazon delivery service as an Amazon Flex delivery driver. The Amazon Flex delivery driver must do the delivery in his vehicle, and also, the gas cost and insurance fall under his own expense.
2)What are the basic requirements to become an Amazon delivery driver?
One can quickly become an Amazon delivery driver. To be eligible to begin one’s career at Amazon’s delivery service, one must
- Be at least 21 or more
- Must possess a valid driver’s license and
- Must possess the strength to lift some heavy products that may weigh up to 50 lbs.
3)Do I need a CDL to drive for Amazon?
NO. Amazon delivery drivers need not possess a CDL. Though the Amazon-branded truck is massive and gets used for transportation and delivery, the driver operating/driving for Amazon need not have a CDL. A valid license issued by the state is more than enough.
4)Can I get a promotion while driving for Amazon?
Yes. Amazon values the growth of its employees very much. Amazon encourages the warehouse workers and the Amazon Delivery drivers to develop themselves and get up on the ladder. Amazon has many real-life examples who started from scratch by working at Amazon and then transforming into better people with better skills and excellent management.
One can quickly get a promotion by driving for Amazon. By starting as an Amazon delivery driver and being committed to the job, one might get promoted to Lead Driver, Operations Manager, or Dispatcher. Amazon has a lot of its best employees who started their Amazon careers as delivery drivers.
5)Explain the routine work of the Amazon delivery driver?
As an Amazon delivery driver, one can choose his shift to work. The Amazon delivery driver has to work for 40 hours per week. Amazon delivery driver toils for 10 hours a day for four days a week. The work routine of the Amazon delivery driver is as follows,
- The Amazon delivery driver must first go and collect his van daily when his shift starts. All the Amazon-branded
- vehicles will get parked in a place owned or rented by the Delivery partner.
- Once the Amazon delivery driver has got a hold of the van, he should drive it to the Amazon Delivery Station.
- The Amazon Delivery Stations has products that are all ready to go. The Amazon Delivery driver and a few warehouse employees get the products inside the van.
- The Amazon delivery driver now has to deliver the goods.
- Amazon gives the drivers the products and their delivery routes and the order to deliver. All that the Amazon delivery driver has to do is to drive to the particular address.
- Find the box with the number that is associated with the address. The app will display this number to the driver on his mobile.
- Finally, deliver the product to the customer and carry on with the next delivery.