English speaking jobs in Germany
Thousands of English-speaking expats live in Germany and look for a job: what kind of jobs or side-jobs can non-German speaking people do in German cities? Foodora offers positions to international workers for various positions including bike riders in Berlin, Frankfurt, Munich and all the other areas where the food delivery service is active.
With the growth of start-up companies in Hamburg, Berlin and Frankfurt am Main a lot of foreign workers have found a job in the centres of the main cities in Germany, in many cases without knowing German at all or very little. English-speaking offices and companies are more and more frequent and foodora is no exception.
Foodora riders don’t need to speak German to work, the application process is quick and easy and they just need to have a bicycle and a smartphone. Being a delivery person can be considered a English speaking job for people with no experience and little (or no) German skills: English is widely spoken and understood in the cities served by foodora’s meal bring service and the technical lexicon can be learned on the job. 20% to 30% of the bikers’ fleet in the German cities is made of English speakers and this does not have any impact on the quality of their delivery.
English speaking Jobs in Berlin
If you live in Berlin and speak English only you have plenty of job opportunities you can apply to. The German Capital City has become more and more international and many companies, startups and enterprises offer job positions to English speaking workers in English-speaking work environments. Foodora is a perfect example of this with both, their office and their fleet of delivery bikers.
Most of the riders cycle in the city centre of Berlin, Mitte, and in the most popular areas like Kreuzberg, Friedrichshain, Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf, Prenzlauerberg, Lichtenberg, Ku’damm, Westend.
English speaking jobs in MunichIf you are an Expat in Munich and look for an English job, you can apply to several jobs even if you don’t speak German. In case you don’t find any job that suits you or simply if you want to do a side job, consider becoming a delivery rider at foodora! In Munich you will ride you bike in the city centre and in the most popular areas close to it, delivering meals from the best restaurants.
English speaking jobs in Cologne
In Cologne, the community of students and expats in general is growing. Some of them do not speak German and may struggle to find a job. Becoming a delivery rider can be an interesting and funny job that will let you earn some money (up to 13 euros per hour) when you are between jobs and also practice your German, in case you are learning: no German is required for delivering food, since most people in Cologne understand and speak English, but it will definitely represent a plus!
English speaking jobs in HamburgEnglish speaker and looking for a job in Hamburg? Expats are a growing community there, too. Foodora is popular in the city and serves, both for dinner and lunch, all the homes and offices in the central areas. Grab your mobile phone and bike and you are ready to work for our meal delivery service, riding through Hamburg’s streets and earning money on each delivery.
English speaking jobs in Frankfurt am Main
Frankfurt is one of the main hubs for professionals in Germany, with an ideal combination of top-quality restaurants and a lot of people who are willing to order their meals while working in their offices or relaxing at home. In such a big city, English speaking employees are many and most of them order food regularly: if you need a job without German skills Frankfurt is your city and foodora is your company!Apply Now