Make a difference with every delivery
Build your own schedule, bring prescriptions to our customers in a timely manner, and get paid every week. Delivering for Alto is a better way to drive, and an easy way to earn.
Why drive with Alto
Choose your own hours to build a work schedule that fits into your life.
With guaranteed pay for every shift, there’s no secret to maximizing earnings.
Each delivery you make is critical to our customers’ health and to our mission.
To drive with Alto, you’ll need:
- To be at least 18 years old
- A valid driver’s license
- Authorization to work in the U.S.
- Access to a reliable vehicle
- Insurance and valid registration
Get started in three simple steps
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Fill out an application on our Fountain Careers page to get started.
Get trained (and paid!)
Start training to be an Alto delivery driver and get paid while you train.
You can start driving and taking shifts as soon as your training is complete.
Do couriers drive their own car?
Yes, drivers need access to their own reliable vehicle, along with a valid driver's license and insurance.
Where do drivers pick up the prescriptions for delivery?
Drivers start their shift by arriving at their local Alto Pharmacy location to pick up the packages for their assigned route. See all of Alto's locations and courier delivery zones at alto.com/locations.
Do couriers get to choose their routes?
No, couriers do not choose their routes. Alto's dispatchers create routes based on the needs of the business and assign routes to drivers. Routes are different each day.
What are the routes like?
This job is not an on-demand delivery service where drivers come and go as orders are processed. Instead, couriers are assigned one-way routes that may reach as far as 65 miles from the pharmacy. Alto's dispatchers build the routes to be as efficient as possible, and drivers will deliver packages one-by-one along the route.
How often do drivers get paid?
Alto couriers get paid weekly on Fridays via direct deposit into a bank account.