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Night Delivery Route Driver

Pay: $18-$20/Hour.  Eligible for a bonus of up to $2,000 every quarter.

About us:

Farmer’s Fridge started with an idea in Chicago: make fresh, healthy food as accessible as a candy bar. Our handcrafted meals are delivered daily to over 200 smart fridges and can be conveniently purchased with a credit card or using our app. This is only possible because of our team of people: techies, logistical geniuses, folks who lovingly curate the food among many others.

Our people are friendly and are gifted with grit and passion. That’s exemplified in our work environment where things are always shifting. Forget open-door policies; we have an open layout where you can hear and see everything that’s going on.

And just like our open layout, we value an open mind, dedication to work, and a collaborative spirit. We hire based on those characteristics, our business’ needs, and your qualifications. We do not tolerate discrimination or harassment of any kind — in the hiring process or in the workplace.

Check out our BuiltIn Chicago page to see what it’s like to work here: https://www.builtinchicago.org/company/farmers-fridge

About the job:

We’re looking for passionate, reliable, & solid drivers (with professional driving and merchandising experience) who have a clean driving record to provide healthy food to Fridges. The ideal candidate has experience driving professionally (10-foot cargo vans) as well as experience management a food inventory and/or merchandising in vending or pre-packaged delivery services.

This is an overnight/third shift role. So, you’ll need to be comfortable driving at night, routes start between 9:30 pm-11:30 pm and can end as late as 10 am.

Starting salary for this role is $18/per hour and quarterly bonuses are available after a preliminary training period.

Check out this video for more on the role: https://vimeo.com/274747878

What will you do?

  • Correctly fill our fridges with product, keeping the machines clean and properly stocked.
  • Interact with customers on your vending route, address any issues and provide a great experience.
  • Manage inventory by keeping accurate records with a handheld computer/iPad.

What must you have?

  • A clean driving record and valid driver's license.
  • Authorization to work in the U.S. with a valid Social Security number.
  • Physically able to move up and down, including bending and lifting frequently (up to 50 lbs required)
  • Flexibility when it come to your schedule (every night could be different)!
  • Comfortable using basic technology on a daily basis.

What else?

  • We’re a team first, so we need to be able to work together and always be able to depend on each other.
  • This is a fast-paced position, so you have to be organized, sharp and be able to approach the job in a very orderly way.
  • Have enough hustle to move more than 50 salad trays per day.
  • Always be happy and kind when interacting with customers.
  • Be able to learn our technology and use a handheld computer.
  • Ideally one year as a professional delivery driver (ride-sharing experience doesn't apply).
  • Nice to have: Experience working and knowledge of getting badged at the airport.

Benefits:

  • Traditional Benefits -- Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Short and Long Term Disability
  • 10 paid holidays
  • Generous PTO policy
  • Monthly cell phone credit
  • Competitive starting salary & room for advancement
  • Spontaneous company events and community service activities
  • Work with a phenomenal team of individuals that are constantly pushing the market boundaries to offer healthy food at the utmost convenience.

Farmer’s Fridge is an equal opportunity employer and value 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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