March Madness means several things to us at Bellhops. We love keeping up with the teams in our brackets, but we also feel the madness of prepping for movings busy season.
Most people move between May and September, and as demand increases, we are looking for more movers and drivers to join our team. We’re looking to add over 2000 new people to our Bellhops platform to work as movers and drivers.
“This is one of the best gig-economy jobs in the nation,” says our COO, Peter Hsu. “Our goal is to provide legendary service, and to do that we are looking for the best of the best to join our platform.”
Movers and drivers can apply to work on the Bellhops Moving platform by visiting our website. Once you qualify, you can download the Bellhops app (for iOS or Android) and enter the times you would like to work.
Our app seamlessly matches customers with the most-qualified local movers and professional drivers in their area—within time frames as short as 24 hours in advance of a move. Once the customer is matched, the app streamlines the moving process by managing the majority of logistical details from start to finish.
Have you considered becoming a driver for Uber or Lyft? Well, it turns out our movers tend to make almost double the pay of those other gig-economy jobs: $21 an hour (including tips). And our professional drivers make around $125 a move.
“My experience with Bellhops has been amazing,” says Kesean Henderson, a bellhop based in Atlanta. “Being able to meet different customers and not only help them on an extremely stressful day but also provide a service that allows us to get to know each other on a personal basis, in only a few hours, has been a joy to be a part of. Bellhops is truly one-of-a-kind.”
Apply to be a mover or a driver on the platform by visiting www.getbellhops.com.
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