A career that is simply delicious.
Your future is calling. A fresh take on your career.
Sarpino’s is a great place to work. When you come into our restaurants, you see the nation’s best pizza. When we look at you, we see the future of our company. As a trusted and growing brand, Sarpino’s will give you ample opportunity to learn and thrive, all while earning a respectable income. When you join the Sarpino’s family, you’re doing more than delivering pizzas. You’re helping to create memorable experiences with our guests. What could be tastier than that?
Perks of driving with Sarpino’s
You’re in the driver’s seat
We are open 365 days and we are open late, so that means there’s more opportunities to make money.
Mo’ money, no problems
We don’t charge a delivery fee, so those tips are all yours.
Better. Best. WOW!
No more brown bag lunches. Treat yo’self on your breaks with the best pizza on the market, made with love and care.
The choice is yours!
We offer flexible schedules and competitive hourly rate, so you can work days, evenings or weekends.
You drive your own car, so you can listen to your own tunes while you work.
Work hard, play hard
Your co-workers will become your friends, so you can have fun at work and outside of work.
What we’re made of Recipe for successful restaurant team members
At Sarpino’s, we believe in hiring for a positive attitude, and we’ll train you for the skills you need. If you have the ingredients needed to be an outstanding team member, apply to one of our locations today! Come see what makes us different.
Hear from our drivers
“Working as a delivery driver you can make good tips and have a flexible schedule.”- Alonzo
“Management is easy going, helpful and is great about working with your schedule. The pay is great and tips are usually very good, they don’t pay a delivery fee or charge due to being paid well over minimum wage. I’m happy with that.”- Rob
“Fun and great workplace, strong team and nice people. Being certificated manager you have a lot of responsibility, the lovely part of this responsibility is teaching people.”- Allen