Getting Started in Transport & Delivery
No longer are positions reserved for truck drivers and public transport operators; the demand for delivery and courier services are skyrocketing.
If you’re on the hunt for a new role, switching to the transport industry has never been easier!
What Entry-Level Positions are Available in Transport?
Takeaways have always had delivery, but now high-end restaurants are also including the service, making it easy to get a role.
Whether it’s groceries, urgent parcels including medical equipment, couriers are an essential service that is easy to step into.
To work as a Delivery Driver, you will require a driver's license. Depending on the company, this could either be a provisional or full license. In some cases, you may need to use your own car.
Common tasks and duties for Delivery Drivers include:
Ensuring deliveries are received on time and in top condition
Offering outstanding customer service at all times
Completing all delivery-related paperwork
Managing time effectively to ensure multiple pickups and deliveries
Ensuring driving style is law abiding and professional
Job Starter Packs for the Transport Industry
Customer Service & Call Centre Operations
Make the Switch to the Transport Industry
Whether it’s takeaway, groceries or medical equipment, Delivery Drivers must be trustworthy and reliable individuals. But what else do you need to know?
That’s where we can help.
Switcharoo are offering quick and affordable Job Starter Packs to get you job-ready for a wide range of booming industries, including transport. Get the confidence you need to get behind the wheel!
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