19 May, Sunday
How To Become A Jumia Rider In Kenya

How To Become A Jumia Rider In Kenya

This article is about how to become a Jumia Rider in Kenya. Jumia is your number one online shopping solution in Kenya. You can buy all your mobile phones, tablets, laptops, computers, women’s and men’s fashion, food, groceries and more online and receive them in the shortest time possible.

You can easily join Jumia as a delivery driver or rider. As a driver or passenger, your job will be to collect packages or orders and transport them to their destinations.

You will earn on any order delivered, set your own schedule, have exclusive access to prizes and rewards, and even the opportunity to invite a friend and earn money.

How To Become A Jumia Rider In Kenya

  1. Go to the Jumia website
  2. Click on register and then proceed with registration by correctly filling out the application form. Make sure you fill in all the details so that registration can take place.

Details required in the application form include;

  • Your email address.
  • Official names as they appear on your ID.
  • Type of vehicle, whether bicycle, motorcycle, tricycle, car or van.
  • Town and city.
  • Driving License Number/Driver Card Number.
  • Telephone number.
  • Experience as a delivery driver in another company.
  • Details of family members.
  • Adequate working hours/your availability.

3. Upload the required documents.

Documents include;

  • National identification.
  • Driving license document/driver card.
  • Document of good conduct.
  • A letter or recommendation from the area manager.
  • KCSE Certificate.

  1. The uploaded documents will be verified to prove whether they are authentic.
  2. Once successfully verified, your profile will be created.
  3. Once your profile is created, you will undergo an initial training program which will include an online test or questionnaire.
  4. After the introductory training, you will be ready to go. You can start your job as a delivery boy or driver once the customers have placed their orders.