If you’re down and out and need a new source of income (and most importantly, you own a van), Pos Malaysia wants to speak to you. Why? Well, given the fact that most people are resorting to online shopping during the Movement Control Order period while they stay home, our national postal service needs an extra pair of hands! And they’re willing to pay you for your time too (of course la).
In a Facebook post that was uploaded on their social media recently, Pos Malaysia is now offering anyone with a van the opportunity to become a part-time agent to help them deliver packages during the MCO. All you need to have are:
- A commercial van
- Be over the age of 18 and a Malaysian citizen
- Have a valid GDL (graduated driver’s license) license
- Have a smartphone equipped with Android 5.0 and above
In exchange for your time and effort, Pos Malaysia will pay you upwards of RM6,000 in commissions! At this moment in time, part-time agents are sought after in 33 districts across Johor, the Klang Valley, Penang, Perak, Negeri Sembilan, Kedah, Pahang, Terengganu, Kelantan, Sabah and Sarawak.
To apply, send your application in to [email protected]
If you live in any of these states and can tick all the list of criteria, why not go and give this a try for some extra income?
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