Driver Merchandiser (PM) (Non-CDL Driver) 22.50/hour

Totowa, NJ
Part Time
Distribution (Hourly)
Entry Level


Non-CDL Driver role

Hourly Rate: $22.50 per hour

Monthly Performance Bonus: Eligible for $150 monthly bonus when you work 8+ shifts 

Shift Schedule: PM Shift 6:30 PM - 4:30 AM

We are hiring for 2 different shifts:


Saturday and Sunday

And

Sunday & Wednesday

Location: Totowa, New Jersey

Check out our story!  Click the link below.

The Story of Farmer's Fridge

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Farmer’s Fridge makes fruits and vegetables accessible and approachable for everyone. We offer a variety of fresh, healthy, ready-to-eat meals and snacks through our fresh food vending machines, wholesale partners, and our office pantry solution — providing chef-curated meals to customers within seconds. Today, we operate a network of Fridges and partner with clients nationwide in high-foot-traffic areas, such as airports, hospitals, universities, and large office buildings — where there is limited accessibility to fresh, healthy, grab-n-go options.

We care deeply about what we’re creating and aspire to make sure our customers feel that through every touchpoint. This shows up in many ways across the business. We are committed to prioritizing food safety, we are passionate about product quality, we value our employees, we champion the best idea no matter where it comes from, and we’re committed to making an overall positive impact as we scale.

You’ll get…

  • Competitive salary and monthly bonus opportunities  
  • Flexibility to work shifts based on your schedule
  • Opportunity to level up to full-time 

About the Role:

The Delivery Driver role is a crucial part of achieving our mission of making healthy food more accessible for everyone. You’ll deliver food to our wholesale retail partners and Smart Fridges.  Your job is to own your route by making sure that deliveries are sent to the correct address, during the correct time window, and ensuring our customers are getting the best possible delivery experience. You will be the face of Farmer’s Fridge when making deliveries so it is crucial that you have a positive and professional attitude.

  • Drivers safely and efficiently maneuver city streets in a company-owned refrigerated  van, deliver food to customers, fridges, and retail partners, and then use an iPad or cell phone to communicate completed deliveries
  • Success will be measured by consistent on-time deliveries and your ability to follow our delivery processes
  • You’ll be the only Farmer’s Fridge employee that people see so you must be friendly and knowledgeable

Necessary knowledge, skills, and experience:

  • Professional driving particularly with food shipment using a refrigerated vehicle (Preferred)
  • Ability to use technology: Gmail, Slack, Ipads, cell phone apps
  • Some knowledge of mechanics (minor repairs to vans or smart fridges)
  • Ability to read and understand delivery instructions
  • Ability to lift at least 50 pounds
  • Non-CDL Driver

Personal characteristics:

  • Friendly:  You will be the face of Farmer’s Fridge while in the field! It is imperative that you have a warm and welcoming personality when dealing with our team at Farmer’s Fridge and people you interact with in the field.
  • Organization:  You need to be organized and ensure you have proper badges, documents, etc to ensure successful deliveries. 
  • Teamwork:  Even though you’ll be working solo most of the time, we’re also a team and we need to be able to depend on one another.
  • Improvement Oriented:  You always look for ways to do things better, smarter, and faster.

Innovate & Elevate - We're all teachers and learners. You'll grow, and help grow the company through cross-functional collaboration, open access to leadership, and regular business updates. You have a direct impact on the company’s bottom line. 

Farmer’s Fridge is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

View our disclosures related to External Agencies and Applicants below: https://www.farmersfridge.com/careerdisclosures

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