Be a self employed courier

You'll get competitive rates of pay, work to your own schedule and enjoy great work-life balance.

Benefits of being a courier

Our self-employed couriers enjoy lots of benefits

Flexible hours

You can deliver parcels anytime between 8am and 8pm

Deliver in your local area

Work in familiar surroundings with a good work-life balance

Competitive pay

The more you deliver, the more you earn


You’ll get up to 28 days paid holiday

You’re in control

Plan your deliveries around other commitments

No experience required

You’ll get digital and face to face training to get you up to speed

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It's your business

One of the best things about working with us is that you can plan your day around your lifestyle. You can pop home for a cup of tea, meet friends for lunch, dedicate some time to studying, or do the school run.

As long as your customers are happy, its really up to you. You can set up your targets and become successful business.

  • You will be responsible for your own business affairs

  • Have the opportunity to grow

  • Have an option to provide a substitute

3 things you'll need to apply...

  • 1

    An iOS or Android smartphone

  • 2

    Proof of Right to work self-employed in the United Kingdom

  • 3

    Access to a car or van with licence and insurance

  • You’re in control

    There is no limit to how many parcels you can deliver. If you're doing a great job of keeping your customers happy, then there is no reason why you cant take on more parcels to deliver. After all the more you deliver, the more you earn.

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    Advice and support

    You'll get to know your Community Delivery Manager really well. They are there to support and guide you in person and on the phone. Our courier helpdesk also operates 7 days a week if you need additional support.

    Frequently asked questions

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