Domino's Is Recruiting 2,000 Australians To Help Deliver Pizza Amid Coronavirus
Tens of thousands of Australians have been stood down or fired as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Australian government has shut down loads of non-essential services like pubs, clubs, gyms, movie theatres and the like.
If you're one of those people and need a job quick then you could always deliver pizzas for Domino's.
The pizza company is recruiting 2,000 people who might find themselves in uncertain or worrying circumstances because of Covid-19.
Domino's Australia and New Zealand CEO Nick Knight said: "We know that it's a privilege to stay open and delivering to the community during this time.
"We also know that a hot meal, friendly face and reassurance that a customer's meal has been prepared taking all necessary precautions is more essential now than ever before - and we need friendly faces to deliver.
"Our team members and drivers are doing an amazing job, but we need even more people to safely prepare and deliver food to our communities and those on the front line during this challenging time.
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"Often our customers may be in forced or self-isolation, so the fact that we can offer Zero Contact Delivery gives them that reassurance and peace of mind they are looking for.
"We are a people business - which means our team members, customers and communities come first.
"We are humbled that an increase in customers putting their faith and trust in us means we can now give Australians wanting to work that very opportunity in these unprecedented times."
In the job, you'll have to follow all strict safety procedures around cleanliness, sanitisation and safely preparing customer's orders, have a good driving record, have the ability to bring a smile to a customer's face, and follow government and health regulations.
Click here if you're interested and it could help you get some quick cash when you need it most.
Featured Image Credit: Domino's
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