Van Driver 1 1

Company Name: Drury Hotels

Location: FORT MYERS, FL, US - 33913



Basic Function

Under general supervision, operates the hotel shuttle van to provide guests and potential guests with convenient and reliable transportation to and from the airport while following Company policies and procedures. Van Drivers welcome and create a positive first/last impression upon guest arrival/departure. This function includes assisting with loading and unloading of guest luggage, providing information in regard to the hotel’s facilities and events, and directions to local attractions. Ensures the van is clean and in like new condition at all times – including assisting with monitoring routine maintenance and immediately reporting in mechanical concerns.

General Knowledge, Skill and Ability

Requires ability to take written and verbal direction in English and speak English clearly.

Requires ability to communicate in a friendly manner with guests in order to create a warm, relaxing, efficient environment.

Must maintain a good driving record and notify management immediately of any changes in your driving record.

Mental and Physical Requirements

AGE: Must be at least 21 years of age (unless state law requires a higher age).

EDUCATION: Requires knowledge, skill and mental ability equivalent to completion of 2 years of high school.

LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS: Valid Driver’s license and good driver’s record required.  Proof of insurability required. Requires the ability to meet all local airport transportation authority requirements. Requires a passing score on both a written and driving exam. A chauffeur's license may be required for operation of vans / shuttles that exceed 12 passengers.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Requires ability to operate a motor vehicle, walk and stand during entire working period of up to 8 hours; requires ability to lift, carry and/or transport luggage weighing up to 75 pounds intermittently during the work shift. Requires the ability to perform tasks that include bending, stooping, climbing stairs, and walking long distances continuously during a shift.

Working Relationships

Reports to the Assistant General Manager or General Manager

Cooperates with all other team members

I have read and discussed the above with my manager, and I fully understand the description of my job.