Delivery Driver (part or full time) with DoorDash - Make up to $24/hour - Jobs Near Me in Chicago, Illinois

Chicago, IL, 60629
Posted: 2021-09-28
Valid through: 2022-07-29


No passengers. No bosses. Just you, your tunes, and the road. Sign up now and start making money! Choose your wheels and deliver food and other items from local merchants to hungry customers.

  • Be your boss. Work when you want, wherever you want
  • Earn 100% of the tips
  • Work in the morning, at night, or any time in between
  • Use any car, bike, scooter, motorcycle, or moped to deliver. Start today and be your boss.
  • Get on the road today.
  • Car, Motorcycle, and Bike Requirements

  • iPhone or Android smartphone
  • Valid Driver's License and insurance
  • 1+ years of driving experience
  • 18+ years of age
  • About us

    DoorDash is a technology company that connects customers with local businesses. Customers order meals and other items from their favorite local merchants, and Dashers deliver them directly to their doors. Dashers are third-party contractors who provide the food to customers. *Dashers are paid on a per delivery basis, not per hour.


    1) How to become a DoorDash driver?

  • You shall check whether there is Doordash hiring in your area or not. If there’s plenty of drivers already available, they will update your name on a roll. To become a DoorDash driver, you must fill out an application online.
  • You will have to fill out the details regarding your mode of transportation, driver’s license issued by the state, and the driver’s registration number. Insurance of the vehicle is also needed.
  • After giving a background check, they will need you to provide the company with your birthdate and Social Security Number.
  • Lastly, you will be receiving an Activation Kit, and your address would be required for the activation kit to be sent to your home once you've cleared the background check through which they will instruct you.
  • After the finalization of the W-9 form, the activation confirmation page would appear, confirming your request was successful. They will notify you via email with tracking information for your Activation Kit’s delivery status that takes about 1-4 business days.
  • You will have to attend an orientation. Your orientation could also be face to face at an office or online based on where you live.

  • 2) How do the drivers get paid for the DoorDash jobs?

    Doordash company wishes to have a hassle-free pay-up system since things tend to get complicated when it comes to money. They devised a transparent wage system for each delivery.

  • Base Pay + Promotions + Tips = Total Earnings.
  • Base pay is calculated based on orders completed by the DoorDash driver.

  • Promotions are extra benefits on assignments that meet those requirements, enabling Dashers to receive still more. They are free to choose their number of working hours, and they can dash practically anytime, anywhere.

    Become a dasher and earn weekly via an immediate deposit made to the bank account. They can keep a tab on their earnings through their mobile application.

    3) What is the responsibilities in DoorDash jobs?

    Driver jobs are responsible for picking up customer orders, ensuring that they are complete, and delivering them to the customer’s address. Dashers can use a car, bike, or scooter to perform the delivery gigs. If the delivery drivers do not have their vehicles, the company also helps them set up an e-bike for delivery jobs.

    The responsibilities of a DoorDash delivery driver include,

  • Accepting order requests of the customers through the app
  • Driving to the restaurant specified
  • Collecting the order
  • Ensuring that it is complete
  • Going to the delivery location
  • Delivering the order to the customer

  • 4) How does the DoorDash shift scheduling work?

    Dashers use the schedule area of the DoorDash app to order shift blocks. Delivery shifts are competitive in many markets. Most Dashers don't detect it helpful to Dash during breakfast hours. The daytime hours probably during lunch—around 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. However, the height shift is between around 4:30 p.m. and 9 p.m. Peak hours can vary by area.

    5) Why should I become a DoorDash delivery driver?

    A DoorDash dasher enjoys the opportunity of being their boss. They decide when and where to work for DoorDash, how much to earn. They can work on weekdays and take weekends off or work only on weekends if they prefer. They have the luxury of flexible hours and adjustable shifts.

    If you are looking to earn some quick extra cash or looking for part-time, temporary work to keep yourself busy for a while, then being a delivery driver may be just for you. Apply now and start dashing today!!

    6) How do a DoorDash delivery driver book deliveries?

    Dashers can open the app and click on enable requests whenever they would like. Depending on their locations, they receive requests within the area to review before deciding to accept. Once accepted, the Dasher drivers to the restaurant pick up the order and deliver it as quickly as possible to the customer’s address.

    7) How much does a DoorDash dasher earn?

    Since the drivers are freelance employers, they do not earn a standard fixed wage. Instead, they make a base fee on every delivery they accept and complete. The base pay includes factors such as type of order, distance, location, etc. The more deliveries a Dasher completes, the more they earn. Plus, they get to keep 100% of all tips received.

    8) What if another dasher picked up my order?

    If the restaurant tells you that you already picked up your order, double-check whether you are at the right place and have the correct details before contacting the support. You can also talk to the restaurant staff and tell them the order details, customer’s location, and full name. If there has been a mistake, contact support, and you may receive a partial payment if another dasher has picked up your order.


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