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Position Overview

The primary duty is to transport the employer and passengers to and from destinations in a comfortable, safe and efficient manner. Meeting those goals entails additional responsibilities, tasks, knowledge and attention to detail.

Extremely professional and dependable Limousine Driver with superb driving and client satisfaction records. Need to have a wide experience driving all types of luxury cars and have complete flexibility in scheduling.

Primary Duties:

  1. Logistics and Travel Details

-Before any trip, driver duties include consulting maps or navigation devices for desired routes, checking radio or online traffic and weather reports for departure and destination locations.

-Drivers will advise the employer or passenger of potential or existing adverse conditions and suggest alternative routes or travel time adjustments. Online research for the existence of en-route and destination hotels, restaurants, airports, rest areas, tolls, points of interest and details of all that apply are expected, and the driver  may even be tasked with making reservations, booking flights or obtaining event or entrance tickets.

  1. Vehicle Maintenance

-Vehicle maintenance is handled by drivers either directly or indirectly through third party service companies. Whether keeping the vehicle clean or ensuring that it is mechanically sound, the employer’s vehicle must be spotless in appearance and ready to drive without issue at all times.

-Drivers are responsible for checking engine fluids, inspecting interior and exterior electrical and mechanical components, maintaining tire pressure and keeping fuel levels at adequate levels.

-When mechanical work, scheduled maintenance, professional washing and detail work is needed, drivers make service appointments, facilitate vehicle transport to and from the facility and procure a suitable rental vehicle if needed.

  1. Professionalism

-Drivers are expected to be mannerly and courteous in all driving and non-driving situations while on the job. Good grooming and personal hygiene with clean and proper dress as instructed by the employer are expected.

-Calm, rational behavior and attitude under stressful driving conditions are attributes of a professional, as are refraining from inappropriate or abusive language and gestures. Personal drivers follow instructions and requests without argument or complaint, and do not comment, engage or join in conversations of employers or passengers without permission.

-Use of alcohol, illegal drugs or prescription medication that inhibits cognitive or mechanical ability — either on the job, while on call or before a scheduled shift — is illegal. A sober, fully functional driver is expected by the employer at all times.

  1. Paperwork Duties

-The employer is responsible for payment of vehicle and travel expenses and may provide the driver with cash, a credit card, company account numbers or expense reimbursement forms.

-The driver must acquire, retain and submit all receipts to the employer and ensure that expenditures are authorized under the terms of employment services. Chauffeurs may also be responsible for keeping written travel logs containing mileage, locations, travel time, work hours, vehicle service entries and receipts.

  1. Safety and Legal Duties

-Safe and legal driving practices are expected at all times with or without passengers.

Core Qualifications

  • Active Driver’s License with spotless record
  • Superior skill in operating limousines town car sedans and SUVs
  • Excellent ability to predict and meet client needs and preferences
  • High ability to perform all job functions with accuracy and speed
  • Excellent communication and map-reading skills
  • Good ability to follow complicated directions exactly
  • Flexible/long hours of availability including weekends
  • CDL license preferred

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