Thursday 24 January 2019

Lynk taxi looking to recruit 250 drivers

Noel Ebbs founded Lynk in 2015
Noel Ebbs founded Lynk in 2015
Ellie Donnelly

Ellie Donnelly

Irish taxi app Lynk is looking to recruit as many as 250 taxi drivers in the Greater Dublin Area.

The company is looking for more drivers as it continues its expansion, and will be creating a fast delivery service as part of its ongoing growth.

The new service, Lynk Delivers, will be launching in the coming weeks.

The 250 jobs are on offer are for people who have access to their own vehicle, valid insurance and are in possession of a full driving licence and smartphone.

"We have been rapidly growing our business and technology for the past few years and as such have spotted a niche gap in the market around delivery services," Noel Ebbs, CEO of Lynk, said.

"We’ll be announcing all the details around this new Lynk service when it launches in the coming weeks, but first we want to recruit new drivers."

The company said that the roles on offer are flexible, and people can work as many hours as they like.

People who are offered a role will have the full support of Lynk technology via the home-grown app, as well as the back-up of the support team who will be on hand with real time jobs as they come in to the Lynk headquarters.

The recruitment news comes on the back of Lynk recently launching its new taxi app.

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