Deliveroo launches rider search ahead of Southport launch

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Deliveroo launches rider search ahead of Southport launch

The on-demand delivery service for high-quality restaurant meals, Deliveroo, is on the look-out for riders to work in Southport, where the service is due to launch in August.Deliveroo is appealing to riders, whether bicycle, scooter or motorbike riders, who will deliver food from more than 15 restaurants across the town, which will be cooked fresh to order and delivered to the customers’ door within 32 minutes.

The ever growing UK Deliveroo team are looking for riding enthusiasts who enjoy cycling as a hobby or individuals who are looking for a way to keep fit, with the added benefit of earning some extra cash.

Caroline Hazelhurst, General Manager at Deliveroo, said: We’ve seen a huge demand for Deliveroo in Southport and we’re excited to be launching in a few weeks’ time; we’re feeling very positive about the creation of new jobs for local people.

“The team is looking for people with passion, drive and great customer service, who are seeking the added benefit of flexible working hours amongst other perks. We would encourage anyone looking for a fast paced and exciting place to work to apply through our website.”

Deliveroo is focused on providing the ultimate food delivery experience. Customers have the option to schedule orders via the Deliveroo app up to one day in advance or receive food as soon as possible between 12 noon and 11pm, from a variety of leading local, independent and high-quality chain restaurants, conveniently delivered to their homes and offices.

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