Company Name:
Typical Duties / Responsibilities: Operates company vehicles safely and efficiently. Follows specific regularly scheduled routes, charter routes or responds to requests from management for unscheduled pick-ups or drop-offs. Assists passengers in boarding and exiting vehicle. Loads and unloads luggage, packages and other items. Transmits and receives over personal mobile phones. Monitors traffic and weather conditions and notifies management of potential problems. Reports accidents or other safety situations to management. Inspects exterior and interior of vehicle at beginning of each shift for properly operating headlights, turn signals, brake lights, interior courtesy lamps, air-conditioning or heating, warning lamps, mirror adjustment, properly inflated tires, windshield wipers, vehicle damage, etc. prior to moving vehicle. Responsible for ensuring inside and outside of vehicle are in good condition before and after leaving the lot. Keeps interior of vehicle neat and orderly. Monitors vehicle condition and records malfunctioning items or damage to a vehicle. Accurately completes driver trip sheet for each shift with information including driver name, vehicle number, pick-up and drop-off times, mileages, and any special notes. Learns and provides guests and passengers with appropriate information regarding lodging, entertainment and attractions within service area. Learns and remembers locations of various destination points serviced by the fleet including lodging, entertainment and attraction sites. Treats all guests, customers, and other persons in a courteous, friendly and professional manner. Also may be required to perform other related duties as requested.

Qualification Requirements:


No formal education required.


None required.

Driving History:

Minimum 3 years.

Skilled at:

Good oral and written communication skills.

Knowledge of:

Maryland, Baltimore and Washington area.


Must possess a valid Maryland driver's license with a clean driving record. Must furnish a recent driver report from MVA.


Must have or be willing to complete the Public Service Commission Driver-for-Hire Application to obtain license. Fee to be paid by the company.

Special Requirements:

Must be available to work flexible hours.

Essential Functions:


Must be able to sustain a work load or move objects consisting of exerting 20 to 50 or more pounds of force occasionally.


Must be able to safely and efficiently operate a passenger vehicle.


Must be able to communicate by telephone, two-way radio and in person in clear fluent English in a courteous, friendly, and professional manner with customers, guests, co-workers and other persons.


Must be able to learn and remember pick-up and destination points serviced by the fleet including lodging, entertainment and attraction sites and be able to communicate these to guests, passengers or other persons.


Must be able to read, understand and complete driver trip sheets and inter-office communications.

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