Bus Driver CV


Driving a bus is a job that requires a great deal of patience and time consciousness. Buses should never be late but issues on the road like traffic jams and such usually make for lateness. Patience comes in handy when you have to wait for anyone who intends to board the bus to do so. People may get angry at you for making them run round a block to catch the bus. You also need to be honest and friendly, as most buses thrive on making the client feel comfortable aboard their buses.

Sample Bus Driver CV

Lark Jerry

Portsmouth AG

England

ljerry@email.com

Mobile: +44 33 46 353

Career Objective

A well-groomed, hard-working driver who has the street know-how and can read maps efficiently. A well experienced in driver with a clean driving license. A committed member of staff who finds joy in keeping my clients happy and comfortable. A disciplined employee who is particular, time-conscious and ready to work for long hours.

Professional Experience

2007 – Present: Bus Driver, Grey Bus Services

Responsibilities:

  • Daily inspection of vehicle for wear and tear
  • Supervising cleaning and oiling of vehicle
  • Moving of clients to different areas of the Central Business District (CBD)
  • Reporting to the Fleet Manager on any issues
  • Handled the radio communication devices to stay in touch with company headquarters
  • Monitoring fuel consumption of new model buses

2000 – 2004: Bus Driver, Adam Public Road Services Limited

Responsibilities:

  • Delivery of parcels and packages
  • Collecting supplies from traders to dispatch
  • Checking vehicle daily for wear and tear
  • Supervising cleaning and oiling of vehicle

Educational Background:

1998 – 2002: Diploma in Mechanical Engineering, Vermont Technical Institute

1996 – 1998: Certificate in hospitality, Mandy Institute

Hobbies and Interests

  • Shooting
  • Traveling
  • Rallying

Referees

Can be provided upon request

Category: Transportation CV

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