Daily Republic newspaper needs delivery person for Fairfield route


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The Daily Republic newspaper says it has an immediate opening for a courier who is able and willing to deliver newspapers in Fairfield.

According to a job posting on the newspaper's website, the company is looking for someone with a dependable vehicle to spend around 2.5 hours a day delivering its morning edition throughout town.

The job pays a commission of around $800 a month, plus an extra $100 for the first three months of the gig.

The gig is not for people who like to sleep in — the job requires delivery of the newspaper between the hours of 1 a.m. and 6 a.m., but couriers get to decide when they want to deliver the papers within that time frame. The newspaper says anyone who is selected to be a courier must have a dependable vehicle.

Delivery dates are Sunday through Fridays and involve delivering the Daily Republic as well as newspapers that contract through the Daily Republic for delivery, including the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and USA Today.

Anyone with questions about the job is asked to contact Rosa at 707-427-6911, and mention that you saw the job listing on Solano NewsNet.

The Daily Republic is owned by Davis-based publishing company McNaughton Newspapers, Inc.

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