working at just eat takeaway

You've probably seen them: the cyclists with the orange jacket who deliver food in your area. Or maybe you regularly order food from Just Eat Takeaway, also known as Thuisbezorgd. Good news! Just Eat Takeaway is looking for new colleagues. At Just Eat Takeaway you determine your own schedule, you receive extras on top of your salary and you enjoy working outdoors. Good to know: it's a very relaxed job as you get paid per hour. Want to know more about why working at Just Eat Takeaway is so much fun? Then keep on reading below!

why is a job at just eat takeaway the perfect fit for you? 

  • active job: you get to know the city and all the nice restaurants in no time
  • a divers team of colleagues with a friendly and international work environment 
  • career opportunities closeby
  • it's a flexible job: you are in charge of your working schedule
  • you get paid per hour instead of order, so the job is not stressfull
  • the tips you receive are all yours
  • insurance and always support in case there is anything 

the company

Did you know that Just Eat Takeaway is active in 23 countries? In The Netherlands, Just Eat Takeaway is also known as Thuisbezorgd. Last year there were over 500 million meals delivered on behalf of 244 thousand restaurants. That's a lot! So, the impact of this orange family is huge. Are you ready to start working with us? 

in which cities are there takeaway jobs?

Just Eat Takeaway is active in almost every city in the country. Check here to see if there are any takeaway careers in your city.

how does a bicycle courier job at just eat takeaway look like?

As a meal deliverer, you enjoy cycling around the city to deliver meals ordered online to customers. Via the app on your phone you can see at which restaurant you have to pick up the order. While waiting, you can check your social media or chat with colleagues who are also waiting for an order. You take the order from the restaurant and get back on your bike. On to the customer! Fortunately, you get paid per hour, so you don't have to hurry. This way you can enjoy the sun and see a lot of the city. The customer is happy to see you when you knock at the door. Do you also get a tip from the customer? You can keep it for yourself! Ready for the next order?

how does the team look like at just eat takeaway?

Takeaway has an open and informal atmosphere. As a bicycle courier you really end up with a nice group of colleagues. These are, for example, people who are still studying, are taking a gap year, have their own company or want to integrate in the Netherlands. You have enough possibilities to meet with your colleagues as you will see each other at the hubs or meet regularly at the restaurants where you are waiting for an order. Also, Takeaway organizes events sometimes. Takeaway believes diversity and inclusion are very important. Everyone is welcome! At Takeaway you are always part of the big orange family.

good to know about working at just eat takeaway

  • we arrange clothes for you
  • in some cities you use your own bike and in other cities e-bikes are available
  • you need to be available at least 2 evenings during the week
  • you can start as soon as you want

what kind of takeaway jobs are there? 

  • mainly: bike courier 
  • sometimes: team captain, operations manager, customer support and technical support

takeaway vacatures at thuisbezorgd

Check out this video about bicycle courier jobs at Thuisbezorgd:

what is the salary of a bike courier at just eat takeaway? 

  • 16 years: €6.20 p/h
  • 17 years: €6.63 p/h
  • 18 years: €7.14 p/h
  • 19 years: €7.65 p/h
  • 20 years: €8.16 p/h
  • 21+ years: €11 p/h

additionally, you will receive:

  • 8.33% holiday allowance and you will save holiday hours
  • the tip you receive is for you
  • do you use your own bicycle? Then you will receive a reimbursement of €0.10 per kilometer cycled. Do you have an e-bike? Then you even get €0.19 per kilometer cycled

  • a citybonus of €0.50 per hour when you work in Amsterdam, Haarlem, Den Haag or Utrecht

takeaway careers: frequently asked questions

  • why working as a bike courier at takeaway?
    • it's an active job, so you don't have to pay anymore for the gym subscription
    • fun colleagues and a divers team with a friendly and international work environment
    • a lot of flexibility and freedom: you are in charge of your working schedule
    • career opportunities closeby
    • you can start directly and you get paid every week
    • you get paid per hour instead of order, so the job is not stressfull
    • the tips you receive are all yours
    • insurance and always support in case there is anything 
  • what do you earn as a bike courier at takeaway?

    as a bike courier at takeaway you earn:

    • 16 years: €6.20 p/h
    • 17 years: €6.63 p/h
    • 18 years: €7.14 p/h
    • 19 years: €7.65 p/h
    • 20 years: €8.16 p/h
    • 21+ years: €11 p/h

    Additionally you will receive:

    • 8.33% holiday allowance and you will save holiday hours
    • the tip you receive is for you
    • do you use your own bicycle? Then you will receive a reimbursement of €0.10 per kilometer cycled. Do you have an e-bike? Then you even get €0.19 per kilometer cycled
    • a citybonus of €0.50 per hour when you work in Amsterdam, Haarlem, Den Haag or Utrecht
  • is the job bike courier suitable for me?

    Do you enjoy being sporty and don't you like an office job? Then this job is suitable. It's not a stressful job. You will have a lot of flexibility and you will get a lot of fun colleagues. But that's not it: you will get to know the city by heart and within no time you will know the best restaurants in your city. And not forget to mention: people are happy to see you at the door, so it's a very social job.

  • how can I apply for takeaway jobs?

    It's very easy. You can look for vacancies within your neighbourhood and apply for the specific job. However, we also understand that applying can be daunting, so you can also just send us an email via: jet@nl.randstad.com. We will contact you as soon as possible to discuss the possibilities. Sounds like a plan right?