Red Wig Wam - Earn Cash Doing Part Time 'Gig' Work

Red Wig Wam are a job agency who specialise in finding jobs for people who may have a spare hour here or there, or you have enough spare time for performing some longer part-time work.

They will match you to jobs from thousands of companies who are looking

for part time staff or small for special events etc.

Although the jobs are only temporary, and there is a very thorough signing up service.

You will need to prove you have a right to work in the UK and so you will need to upload a photo of your driving licence or passport, as well as use the app to take a photo of yourself to be used for ID purposes.

You will also need to enter your bank details and national insurance information. You can expect to be taxed and pay national insurance on what you earn in the normal way, and will be issued with a P60 at the end of the tax year, and this info will be sent to HMRC.

They also have a company pensions scheme you can join, if you want to.

They also have a Red Wig Wam Rewards option for workers, and offer discounts and offers on a range of things such as tickets, meals etc, which is an added bonus.

There are a mix of opportunities on the app and the number vary day by day. Vacancies include such jobs as takeaway delivery drivers, store merchandisers, bar staff, waiting staff ands similar types of roles.

You may also find roles such as checking stores for display compliance and even purchasing products on a companies behalf and making sure that the goods are easily accessible and visible. I did this recently, got well paid and ended up with cases of free drinks as well!

It's a decent app, easy to use and very handy for earning a few extra pounds, as and when you need to.

In recent months they have been advertising more and more full time roles as well, so worth a look if you are looking for a new role, but I have to say that some of the hourly rates do seem a little on the low side, however I don't pretend to know the current hourly rates for every job in the UK, so I may be wrong, at the very least all the jobs are being paid above the current minimum wage rate of £8.91, although this does change in April 2022, to £9.50 p/h (over 23's)