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Part-Time Shopper/Driver - Kenosha

Company: Shipt
Location: Kenosha
Posted on: December 7, 2018

Job Description:

Employer is a membership-based marketplace that helps people get the things they need, like fresh produce and household essentials, from stores they trust. Help people save time and have fun while you're at it - there's never been a better time to join Employer. As a Employer Shopper, you will: * Use the app to accept orders from Employer members in your area. * Accurately shop and deliver orders to member homes. * 'Bring the magic' with every delivery to ensure the best customer experience. Why Employer? * Earn up to $22/hr or more. Save up for a dream trip, pay down debt, or donate to your favorite cause - it's up to you! * Help people in your community: Get out and stay active, providing an invaluable service to Employer members. * Set your own hours: Be your own boss and work part-time, full-time, or any time in between. * Free Employer membership: Discover the benefits of same-day delivery for yourself. * Be part of the Employer family: Get to know fellow shoppers through online groups, exclusive events, and meetups. * Work wherever you are: Easily shop in any of our service areas when you're on the road. All applicants must: * Be at least 18 years old. * Have access to reliable transportation (car year of 1997 or newer) and car insurance coverage. * Have a current U.S. driver's license. * Have knowledge about handpicking fresh produce. * Be willing to submit to a thorough background check. * Provide your own insulated cooler bag. * Be able to lift 25+ pounds. * Be familiar with using an Android or iPhone. Job Type: Contract

Keywords: Shipt, Kenosha , Part-Time Shopper/Driver - Kenosha, Professions , Kenosha, Wisconsin

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