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Become A Shuttle Driver

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Working As A Shuttle Driver

  • Operating Vehicles, Mechanized Devices, or Equipment
  • Performing for or Working Directly with the Public
  • Getting Information
  • Inspecting Equipment, Structures, or Material
  • Establishing and Maintaining Interpersonal Relationships
  • Mostly Sitting

  • $31,305

    Average Salary

What Does A Shuttle Driver Do At at&T

* Job Description
* Shuttle Drivers will be required to drive shuttle buses carrying between 16
* passengers.
* Routes will be consistent loops in the local area and require multiple stops per trip.
* The main job of the Shuttle Bus Driver is to safely drive an 18
* passenger vehicle following a set schedule and route.
* They must gain familiarity with their route by studying maps if necessary and reading reports.
* While driving, the driver must maintain constant contact with the dispatcher and keep track of passenger pickups and drop-offs in accordance with contract requirements.
* When passengers have questions, drivers must respond in a polite and friendly manner and also handle any complaints using available resources.
* If problematic situations escalate, they must to contact the dispatcher or their supervisors

What Does A Shuttle Driver Do At Lithia Auto Stores

* As a Lot Attendant/Service Porter you will be responsible for taking care of vehicles in the service area and for ensuring all vehicles are clean and ready for delivery to customers.
* This individual also assists with maintaining merchandise materials current on vehicles.
* Greet and assist customers dropping off vehicles for repairs.
* Moves and works with vehicles to maintain vehicle display and support vehicle sales activities.
* Delivers vehicles to sites and locations as required.
* Thoroughly clean (wash, vacuum and polish) and maintain all vehicles.
* Install disposable covers and floor mats in vehicle interiors being serviced.
* Apply chemical protecting coating to front of vehicles and windshields.
* Monitor tire pressure of vehicles; add air and fuel as needed.
* Recognize general vehicle repairs and/or building maintenance and notify management.
* Prepare sold vehicles for delivery.
* Prioritize vehicles that need to be prepped for delivery or washed based on general appearance.
* Maintain internal and external appearance and cleanliness of the store, showroom and lot.
* Set up and remove displays and associated material for special events.
* Assist the shuttle driver as needed.
* Run miscellaneous errands for the store.
* Perform other duties as assigned

What Does A Shuttle Driver Do At Stericycle

* Pick up and transport waste safely according to all federal, state, and local rules and regulations.
* Labeling of containers, and completion of pre-printed manifests and workorders.
* Schedules shipments into or off site.
* Performs warehouse work related to receipt, shipment, storage, distribution, or delivery of waste materials.
* Loads, unloads, moves, or stores items according to delivery or routing documents, or supervisor instructions and performing general housekeeping duties.
* Operates a hand truck, forklift, or other heavy equipment.
* Classify, segregate, and inventory waste containers in storage for shipment.
* Conducts lab pack operations.
* Pack small laboratory containers of chemical waste into larger containers for shipment.
* Performs various regulatory compliance and safety tasks including, but not limited to:
* Pre-trip inspections of vehicle
* Report all losses, spills, accidents, and safety violations to supervisor immediately.
* Resolve over packing of leaking containers/containers in non
* DOT shippable condition.
* Other duties and responsibilities as assigned

What Does A Shuttle Driver Do At Road & Rail Services

* Comply with all industry, customer and company safety regulations and operating procedure;
* Conduct Vehicle inventory;
* Where applicable assist in the operation of a tag/rinse vehicle wash facility;
* Drive vehicles, at all times, in accordance with company and customer instructions/procedures;
* Drive vehicles to proper parking bay by assigned route;
* Must maintain regular and acceptable attendance at such level as is determined by the company's sole discretion;
* Must be regularly available to work overtime per day or per week, weekends and Holidays as the company determines necessary or desirable to meet its business needs;
* Perform housekeeping duties as required by site management

What Does A Shuttle Driver Do At Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

* Adheres to all state and federal motor carrier guidelines (including DOT safety regulations) as well as all department and Hospital policies and procedures.
* Transports employees to and from various satellite parking lots
* Picks up and delivers supplies and equipment from each campus and off site locations as needed
* Performs routine maintenance as outlined by vehicle's manufacturer and in conjunction with the Director.
* Brings vehicles to repair shops as directed.
* Routine maintenance includes: Fuel fill up, oil change, tire changes, windshield wipers, transmission fluid, general interior cleaning, mirrors, jump starts
* Conducts daily vehicle and periodic inspections to ensure operability; report all necessary vehicle repairs to Director.
* Completes accurate daily and periodic inspection records; fill out incident reports as
* necessary

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How To Become A Shuttle Driver

Most taxi drivers and chauffeurs go through a brief training period. Many states and local municipalities require them to get a taxi or limousine license. Clean driving records and background checks are sometimes required. No formal educational credential is typically required, although many taxi drivers and chauffeurs have a high school degree.

Education

No formal educational credential is typically required, although many taxi drivers and chauffeurs have a high school degree.

Training

Most taxi and limousine companies provide their new drivers with a short period of on-the-job training. This training usually takes from 1 day to 2 weeks, depending on the company and the location. Some municipalities require training by law.

Training typically covers local traffic laws, driver safety, and the local street layout. Taxi drivers also get training in operating the taximeter and communications equipment. Taxi drivers are trained in accordance with local regulations; in contrast, limousine chauffeurs usually are trained by their company, and customer service is emphasized. Ride-hailing drivers receive little to no training beyond how to work the electronic hailing app so they can pick up customers. Paratransit drivers receive special training in how to handle wheelchair lifts and other mechanical devices.

Licenses, Certifications, and Registrations

All taxi drivers and chauffeurs must have a regular automobile driver’s license. States and local municipalities set other requirements; many require drivers to get a taxi or chauffeur's license. This normally requires passing a drug test and a written test about regulations and local geography.

The majority of states and municipalities do not have regulations pertaining to ride-hailing drivers because the service has just recently grown in popularity. A few cities have started to issue regulations and some have even ordered ride-hailing companies to cease and desist operations. Check with your local area for more information.

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration requires that limousine drivers who transport at least 16 passengers at a time (including the driver) have a commercial driver’s license (CDL) with a passenger (P) endorsement. To get these, a driver has to pass knowledge and driving skills tests.

Advancement

Taxi drivers and chauffeurs have limited advancement opportunities. Some taxi drivers start their own cab service by purchasing a taxi rather than leasing one through a dispatch company. For chauffeurs, advancement usually takes the form of driving more important clients and different types of cars. Some taxi drivers and chauffeurs can become a “lead driver,” which means they train new drivers in addition to continuing to drive their own clients.

Important Qualities

Customer-service skills. Taxi drivers and chauffeurs regularly interact with their customers and have to represent their company positively and make sure passengers are satisfied with their ride. Because passengers rate ride-hailing drivers after each trip, excellent customer-service skills can lead to a favorable review.

Dependability. Customers rely on taxi drivers and chauffeurs to pick them up at the agreed-upon time so they get to their destinations when they need to be there.

Hand-eye coordination. Taxi drivers and chauffeurs have to be able to observe their surroundings and steer away from obstacles and dangerous drivers while operating a vehicle.

Initiative. Taxi drivers and chauffeurs usually work with little or no supervision, so they must be self-motivated and able to take initiative to earn a living.

Patience. Drivers must be calm and composed when driving through heavy traffic, congestion, or dealing with rude passengers.

Visual ability. Taxi drivers and chauffeurs must be able to pass a state-issued vision test in order to hold a driver’s license.

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Real Shuttle Driver Salaries

Job Title Company Location Start Date Salary
Shuttle Driver DFW Ground Link Transportation LLC Irving, TX Aug 07, 2016 $31,305
Shuttle Driver DFW Ground Link Transportation LLC Irving, TX Apr 10, 2016 $31,305
Shuttle Driver DFW Ground Link Transportation LLC Irving, TX Nov 15, 2016 $31,305
Shuttle Driver DFW Ground Link Transportation LLC Irving, TX Dec 13, 2016 $31,305
Shuttle Driver DFW Ground Link Transportation LLC Irving, TX Mar 17, 2016 $31,305
Shuttle Driver DFW Ground Link Transportation LLC Irving, TX Mar 20, 2016 $31,305
Shuttle Driver DFW Ground Link Transportation LLC Irving, TX Apr 13, 2016 $31,305
Shuttle Driver DFW Ground Link Transportation LLC Irving, TX May 25, 2016 $31,305
Shuttle Driver DFW Ground Link Transportation LLC Irving, TX Jan 07, 2016 $31,305
Shuttle Driver DFW Ground Link Transportation LLC Irving, TX Jul 11, 2016 $31,305
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Top Skills for A Shuttle Driver

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Top Shuttle Driver Skills

  1. Vehicle Maintenance
  2. Customer Service Skills
  3. Passenger Numbers
You can check out examples of real life uses of top skills on resumes here:
  • Administered processing vehicle rentals, monitoring that vehicles were returned in a timely manner and performing vehicle maintenance.
  • Provided excellent customer service skills to internal and external customers.
  • Keep records of passenger numbers and maintained a log book and bring customers to and from the airport.
  • Ensured passengers followed safety procedures and were comfortable.
  • Assured the rental cars are clean, including windows rolled up before it is delivered to specific location.

Top Shuttle Driver Employers

What Kind Of Companies Hire a Shuttle Driver

  1. US Foods
  2. Lazer Spot
  3. Park 'N Fly
  4. FedEx
  5. Road & Rail Services
  6. Towne Park
  7. Enterprise Holdings
  8. Crowne Plaza Times Square Manhattan
  9. Avis Budget Group
  10. Hilton Hotels & Resorts
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