The tech-enabled moving company that connects college students to moving and lifting jobs, Bellhops, is looking for Madison-area college students to fill 100 jobs, the company announced today.
“Thanks to mushrooming demand, we must drastically increase the number of bellhops we have in the field,” Bellhops COO Matt Patterson said in a statement. “Last year Bellhops business grew by 410 percent in Madison. We’re planning to do more of the same in 2016, and we’ll need to add a slew of bellhops to support that growth.”
According to a release, the Chattanooga, Tenn.-based Bellhops, which refers to itself as the “Uber for moving,” contracts college students to work small- to medium-sized moves. When the job is booked, the bellhops in the given market are notified through the app, and the job can be claimed on a first-come, first-served basis.
Bellhops are paid $13-$15/hour. View the Madison Startups story here.