Use a job search engine, such as Monster.com or Indeed.com, to find and apply for a position as a medical delivery driver, advises PCMag. Another option is to start your own medical delivery service, claims the Houston Chronicle.
Job search sites allow users to post their resumes, link social networking pages and find online applications easily, according to PCMag. Most of these sites allow job seekers to narrow search results by location, salary, date of job listing and other criteria. Some post jobs from various classified ads and job boards.
Starting a medical delivery driver service may be a good choice for those who cannot find work via a search engine. A prospective owner of a medical delivery business needs to obtain a business license, purchase insurance, and decide what type of medical equipment or specimens he plans to transport, says the Houston Chronicle. Developing relationships with hospitals and other medical facilities may be helpful.
It is also possible to become a medical delivery driver by starting as a package loader if the company operates from a warehouse, states the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The BLS expects the field of delivery services to increase by 4 percent between 2012 and 2022, a bit below average for all occupations.