The London-based worldwide food delivery service is looking to expand in Wales with roles available in Cardiff, Newport and Aberystwyth.
The online job advertisement says that the firm is looking to hire immediately and new recruits can expect
No qualifications are required for these roles, but candidates do need their own bike, scooter or car.
In Wales, the delivery firm has seen a 346% growth rate in orders in the past year and is working with nearly 200 restaurants across the country.
The company claims restaurants who use Deliveroo see their revenue boosted by up to 30%.
While Deliveroo describes its employment as “flexible”, it is currently embroiled in controversy around the gig economy and related workers rights.
Dan Warne, UK Managing Director, Deliveroo said: "
"Now, right across Wales we are looking for more riders to join us as we grow, so we can deliver even more amazing food to our brilliant Welsh customers."
The company will also potentially be opening one of its Editions, which have become known colloquially as Dark Kitchens, sometime in 2018.
The Edition is designed to only supply the takeaway market and does not offer restaurant services.
The company says that these locations help "hot new chefs launch for the first time, or well-loved restaurants reach fans in new places".
Deliveroo recently secured $385mn in new investment, one of the single largest foreign investments in the UK in recent years. It values the company at over $2 billion.
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