BuDDies 2C, LLC is looking for a Team to fill part time driver position. This is the most fun, easiest position you'll ever apply for but you MUST be able to follow instruction. This is a very rewarding position considering we keep people alive and out of jail. We save people thousands of dollars and considerable time by preventing DUI's.
BuDDies 2C is a designated driver service primarily serving Canyon County. We drive around the area in teams. One driver (lead) picks the customer up and drives the customers vehicle the second team member (chase) follows to pick up the first.
SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY.
SEE REQUIREMENTS BELOW.
+Be 21 years or older.
+Have current valid Idaho driver license.
+Have Clean driving record.
+Have Clean background check.
+Have Legal, Safe & Reliable transportation
+Show Proof of full coverage insurance.
+Be able to drive standard and automatic transmission vehicles.
+Have Excellent customer service skills.
+Respect & Follow Confidentiality Policy.
+Be able to read and write English legibly. A Spanish speaking team member would be wonderful!
This position is Sunday, Monday, Friday and Saturday from 7PM to 2AM (may be a bit later some days). Pay is CASH NIGHTLY: 25% per driver of the fares you bring in and this varies. Tips are split between the team. Recent Average is $50+ fares and tips vary depending on your service, we've been averaging $25 each. Fuel is reimbursed nightly. As a BuDDies driver you are a 1099 contractor to the company.
Send email to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
3320 Airport Rd, Nampa, ID 83687
Our drivers are our most valuable assets. You are the face of the company, You are the point of contact for the public, You are BuDDies! Drivers are held to a high standard because of your position. Drivers are the ones responsible for the safe and sober transportation of our customers. When hired as a driver, you will be assessed on your ability to work with our customers, what your presence in your community will reflect on the company, and your commitment to the safe operation of your business.
Drivers are NEVER to be referred to as employees and shall not be treated as such. Drivers are Independent Contractors who receive an IRS 1099 yearly. While drivers must meet company standards and follow company policies and procedures, they also enjoy certain freedoms as an independent contractor. While the drivers are with customers, displaying the company signage and/or logo, they will present a professional and upstanding face for the company. There are certain duties to all parties which are required and addressed in this section.