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Courier (Self -Employed)

Job Description: Courier (Self-Employed) Job Description. DX are currently looking for customer focused self-employed multi drop Courier Drivers to work out of our Depot,...

Company: The DX Group
Location: London / Gatwick Airport

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Self Employed Courier

Job Description: Self- Employed Courier. It’s a massive job, and it’s only made possible by our drivers. £30-£50 ( Daily Average)....

Company: Yodel
Location: Glasgow G13

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Owner Van Courier - Self-Employed

Job Description: Snappy RUSH Couriers uniform. We bring transportation intelligence to business using our system of drivers and partners to provide customized courier solutions,...

Company: Rush
Location: London

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Bike Courier - Self Employed

Job Description: Snappy RUSH Couriers uniform. We bring transportation intelligence to business using our system of drivers and partners to provide customized courier solutions,...

Company: Rush
Location: London

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Driver

Job Description: A flexible driver is required for courier work. This is a self employed ad-hoc position meaning hours may vary each day (longer than others), wages circa £300...

Company: Opus Express Couriers Ltd
Location: Liverpool

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