About Revel

Revel's mission is to accelerate EV adoption in cities by providing the infrastructure and services that make it easy to go electric. Revel operates the nation's first all-electric rideshare service, which delivers thousands of rides across New York City every day. Revel is also the leading public fast charging provider in New York, with stations in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens, and more on the way. Founded in Brooklyn in 2018, Revel first began as a shared electric moped platform and has since grown to be a top partner for big cities pursuing an electric vehicle future — first in New York, with other markets to come soon.

Our Operating Principles

Revel’s Operating Principles represent who we are, how we act, and what we believe. They define our culture. 

Empathy. We seek to understand the experiences and perspectives of each other, our customers and the communities where we operate. 

Ownership. We are excited by big challenges and care deeply about our work. We empower and rely on each other and hold ourselves to a high standard.

Humility. We take our work seriously but not ourselves. We’re approachable, curious, and know we have a lot to learn. 

Adaptability. We expect change and quickly adjust our approach to reflect new information. We know success requires seeing opportunity in obstacles and relentlessly improving.

Simplicity. We clarify and prioritize what can be done now. We strive to keep things no more complicated than absolutely required.

Summary 

Unlike most Rideshare companies, our drivers are employees. You will receive training, be paid by the hour plus tips, accrue paid time off, and have access to health benefits. We also provide the vehicle and cover maintenance, insurance, and charging costs. You start and end your shift at one of our hubs and focus on providing an exceptional customer experience and a safe ride.

Our Operating Principles

Revel’s Operating Principles represent who we are, how we act, and what we believe. They define our culture.

Empathy. We seek to understand the experiences and perspectives of each other, our customers and the communities where we operate.

Ownership. We are excited by big challenges and care deeply about our work. We empower and rely on each other and hold ourselves to a high standard.

Humility. We take our work seriously but not ourselves. We’re approachable, curious, and know we have a lot to learn.

Adaptability. We expect change and quickly adjust our approach to reflect new information. We know success requires seeing opportunity in obstacles and relentlessly improving.

Simplicity. We clarify and prioritize what can be done now. We strive to keep things no more complicated than absolutely required.

Qualifications

  • Must be at least 25 years of age at the time of employment (for insurance purposes)
  • Must possess and maintain an active TLC & U.S. DMV licenses
  • Must have had a U.S. DMV license for a minimum of 3 years 
  • No outstanding fines or fees owed to the DMV
  • TLC & DMV licenses must be approved by our fleet insurance providers
  • Familiarity with smart-phone devices and applications such as Waze, Google Maps, Gmail
  • Must be able to use your smartphone device at work; smartphone has to be compatible with Company standards
  • Ability to operate a 4-door, 5-passenger seated vehicle
  • Ability to communicate effectively in English
  • Previous Customer Service experience is preferred

Responsibilities

  • Safely transport customers to and from their destination using the company-provided vehicle
  • Interact courteously and professionally with passengers and the community 
  • Assist passengers with loading/unloading their belongings when needed
  • Maintain a professional attire
  • Maintain cleanliness of company vehicle while on shift
  • Identify and communicate vehicle issues to our Driver Support team
  • Adhere to all state and local vehicle traffic laws while in possession of the vehicle during your shift

Compensation and Benefits

  • 100% of tips paid out to employees
  • Earn ~$1,100 per week as a full-time employee (inclusive of base rate, performance-based pay incentives, and tips) 
  • Save over $400/week as we handle all the maintenance, insurance, and TLC fees associated with our vehicles.
  • We cover the costs associated with maintaining an active TLC License (after completion of 200 working hours):
    • TLC Renewal
    • Drug Testing
    • Defensive Driving (via our TLC School Partner)
    • Continuing Education Course (via our TLC School Partner)
  • Paid Time Off
  • Referral bonuses!
  • Health, dental, and vision insurance
  • Dedicated local support team that only works with our employee drivers

Revel is an equal opportunity employer. All facets of employment including the decision to hire, promote, discipline, or release, will be based on merit, performance, and business needs. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, marital status, age, national origin, ancestry, physical or mental disability, medical​​​ condition, pregnancy, genetic information, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or ​expression, veteran status, or any other status protected under federal, state, or local law.

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