123 Main Street • Atlanta, Georgia • 30339
Home: (555) 555-1234, Cell: (555) 555-1235
Seek the challenging and exciting position of Chauffeur with a public service where huge skills and experience are needed in ensuring safe and timely transportation of state executives on official duty
A highly Gifted Chauffeur with huge background in driving State-owned automobiles in personally transporting State executives traveling on official business to specific locations; also occasional operate a bus, truck or ambulance to transport people, material and equipment.
Summary of Qualifications
More than five years experience with no record of DUI convictions.
Profound knowledge of the Vehicle and Traffic Law as it applies to the safe and legal operation of vehicles operated.
Strong working knowledge of simple automotive repair and maintenance procedures.
Excellent working knowledge of routes to specific locations normally visited.
Profound ability to operate assigned vehicles safely and effectively under various road conditions.
Exceptional ability to plan routes to specific locations and to properly estimate time required to reach the locations.
Remarkable ability to perform routine maintenance on vehicles operated.
In-depth ability to identify and to safeguard confidential matters discussed by others during the performance of duties.
Sound ability to communicate orally for the purpose of exchanging information.
Immense familiarity with building cleaning practices, supplies and equipment.
Strong ability to make minor repairs to vehicles.
State of New York, NY 2000 - Present
Drive an automobile in personally transporting State executives traveling on official business to specific locations.
Check road conditions, plan routes and estimate driving time to specific locations.
Arrange travel schedules and stopover accommodations, itineraries and points of call based on executive's general instructions to meet specific business commitments.
Move or carry luggage and other materials into and out of vehicle.
Start, stop, steer and control vehicle during over-the-road operation and various parking situations.
Monitor gauges and check fluid levels and tire pressures.
Refill gasoline tank, add water to radiator, oil to crankcases and air to tires.
Keep a written record of trips, mileages, stopovers, purchases of gasoline, oil and other materials, as well as bridge and road tolls.
Report apparent major malfunctions and needed repairs to appropriate supervisory or maintenance staff.
Perform routine maintenance of vehicles operated to ensure that personnel and material are moved as required.
Wash, clean and polish vehicles.
Change tires and inflate to proper pressures.
Replace windshield wiper blades.
Check adequacy of appropriate fluid levels for radiator, battery and crankcase.
Add fluids as appropriate.
Check horn, directional lights, head, tail, parking and emergency lights for proper operation.
Replace fuses or bulbs as appropriate.
Check proper operation of braking system.
Add fluid to master cylinder as needed.
Occasionally operate a bus, truck or ambulance to transport people, mail, material and equipment as required.