Our Mission

Making Everyday Electric.

Our Values

We are independent. Creative. Gutsy. We aren’t afraid to dream big. We are accountable. To our customers. To our cities. To each other. We are humble. Human. Lighthearted. We take our work seriously, but not ourselves.

Mobility is the lifeblood of urban environments and cities need affordable, emissions-free transportation options that are free of delays. At Revel we believe phasing out the standard gas vehicles transporting customers for a fleet of electric vehicles will help cities meet their goals of reducing carbon-emissions while providing world-class support to our customers and driver community. 

Summary

Unlike most Rideshare companies; our drivers are employees. We will provide the vehicle, take care of the maintenance, and in exchange ask that you provide an exceptional customer experience while safely transporting our customers to their desired locations.

Qualifications

  • Must possess and maintain an active TLC License
  • No fines or fees owed to the DMV
  • Less than 3 moving violations within a single year
  • No traffic infractions of unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle
  • Ability to pass a pre-employment background check
  • Previous Rideshare/Driving Experience
  • Must be 25 years of age at the time of employment
  • Working knowledge of phone applications (GPS/Navigation, GMail )

Responsibilities

  • Safely transport customers to and from their destination using the company provided vehicle.
  • Courteously and professionally interacting with passengers
  • Assisting passenger with loading/unloading their belongings into the vehicle storage area
  • Maintain a neatly presented and professional appearance wearing company branded apparel
  • Maintain cleanliness of company vehicle while on shift
  • Identifying and communicating vehicle operational issues to our internal Driver Support team.

Benefits

  • Health, dental, and vision insurance 
  • Paid Time Off
  • A relaxed, yet fast-paced and ambitious work culture

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