Delivery Driver, Central Otago, Hell Pizza

Published 2022-11-24
Expires 2022-12-24
ID #1276050897
Delivery Driver, Central Otago, Hell Pizza
New Zealand, Otago, Otago,
Published November 24, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Delivery driver

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We’re looking for delivery drivers who want to be part of an awesome team and don't mind occasionally fighting off zombies to deliver the best-damned pizzas in this life and the next.Our Values: High quality in everything we do, with a mantra of constant improvement (a little bit better every day)Supporting our local communitiesMaking HELL a better place on earth with our sustainability goals and initiatives.Supporting and encouraging diversity And of course, HELL is a brand with attitude, willing to take risks and stand out. Your Role: Deliver the best-damned pizzas in this life and the next.Take care of our customersSupport your in-store teamDevelop yourself and further your skills in HELL Some hospitality experience would be a bonus but not a deal-breaker. We’ll support you by providing one-on-one training and access to online training tools. You need a clean driver’s license and vehicle. Hours may vary, and minions must be prepared to work at least one weekend night.Free staff meal Extra $2.50 per delivery (on an average shift, you can expect 10-18 deliveries - all depends on you)Access our discount partners like Torepedo7, Noel Leeming, Z petrol cards, and moreBeing part of a supportive and inclusive teamFull Employee Entitlements - Holiday pay, Sick pay and KiwisaverCompetitive pay rates that increase with your skills and knowledgeStaff Discounts

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    Delivery Drivers collect items and transport them to their destinations. Delivery drivers convey a variety of items, ranging from food to furniture, and may deliver to other businesses or to the public.

    Otago ( (listen), ; Māori: Ōtākou [ɔːˈtaːkou]) is a region of New Zealand located in the southern half of the South Island administered by the Otago Regional Council. It has an area of approximately 32,000 square kilometres (12,000 sq mi), making it the country's second largest local government region. Its population was 245,300 in June 2020.The name "Otago" is an Anglicisation of "Otakou", the name of the Māori village near the entrance to the harbour. The exact meaning of the term is disputed, with common translations being "isolated village" and "place of red earth", the latter referring to the reddish-ochre clay which is common in the area around Dunedin. "Otago" is also the old name of the European settlement on the Otago Harbour, established by the Weller Brothers in 1831, which lies close to the modern harbourside community of Otakou. The place later became the focus of the Otago Association, an offshoot of the Free Church of Scotland, notable for its adoption of the principle that ordinary people, not the landowner, should choose the ministers. Major centres include Dunedin (the principal city), Oamaru (made famous by Janet Frame), Balclutha, Alexandra, and the major tourist centres Queenstown and Wanaka. Kaitangata in South Otago is a prominent source of coal. The Waitaki and Clutha rivers provide much of the country's hydroelectric power. Vineyards and wineries have been developed in the Central Otago wine region. Some parts of the area originally covered by Otago Province are now administered by either Canterbury Regional Council or Southland Regional Council.

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