Junior distributors are allocated smaller rounds of approximately 400 magazines each, and offered no more than 3 routes to complete per delivery. Adults are welcome to apply but priority on small routes may be given to Junior Distributors. (Super Distributors must be 18+ delivering a minimum of 1,500 magazines.)
This is flexible work, it is good exercise and it is a handy way of earning some extra income or pocket money. However it is still a ‘job’ which we are paying for so it’s important that any applicant understands we have a few simple rules which have to be adhered to.
- Deliveries are required six times a year, about 8 weeks apart.
- Magazines and leaflets are delivered to your home – outside.
- You have 5 days to complete the delivery.
- Good communication is as important as actually doing the delivery. If you don’t have a mobile phone and you don’t read your emails, this is not the job for you!
- You are required to download and activate a GPS Tracking App designed for local magazine distirbution, to your smart mobile phone, The App requires a smart mobile if you don’t have one we can lend you a phone for the purposes of delivery only.
- If you are aged 13, 14 or 15 you will received a work permit form to be signed by your parent/guardian. We have the right to contact them if we are not satisfied with your work.How much will you be paid?
Most routes are in suburban areas and it’s easy to cover 100 homes per hour. For these routes the rate is £6.25 per 100 for under 18s and £8.50 for 18+. If the route is particularly hilly or houses set far apart, the rate is higher. Each delivery might include up to 5 leaflets to insert into the magazine but you start the delivery. We pay 50p per leaflet so a magazine with 3 leaflet inserts pays £7.75 per 100 and £10 for 18+.