Full Job Description

Experience. Reputation. Excellence. Longevity. These are the hallmarks of Executive Express . We are one of the most active, privately held Luxury Car services in the Tri-State area.


Exude Professionalism

A chauffeur is mannerly and courteous in all driving and non-driving situations while on the job. Good grooming and personal hygiene with clean and proper dress as instructed by the employer are expected.
Calm, rational behavior and attitude under stressful driving conditions are attributes of a professional, as are refraining from inappropriate or abusive language and gestures.
Personal chauffeurs follow instructions and requests without argument or complaint, and do not comment, engage or join in conversations of employers or passengers without permission. Use of alcohol, illegal drugs or prescription medication that inhibit cognitive or mechanical ability — either on the job, while on call or before a scheduled shift — is illegal. A sober, fully functional chauffeur is expected at all times.

Other Chauffeur Responsibilities

  • Liaising with the company or client to determine when and where you will collect the individual
  • Ensuring that the client’s door is open as he greets them in a professional, sincere manner
  • Adjusting the air temperature, if required by the client
  • Completing collections and deliveries on behalf of the client, if requested
  • Abiding by road regulations at all times
  • To find a suitable area to park on arrival at a busy urban area
  • Pay tolls
  • Pick up and throw away debris from passengers
  • Wax and wash the exterior of the car
  • Get oil changed and fluids checked regularly
  • Operate wheelchair lifts
  • Perform errands for customers
  • Clean walkways
  • Wash and dry windows and keep them shining

Vehicle Maintenance

Vehicle maintenance is handled by the chauffer. The chauffer will be responsible to keep company vehicle in a safe place overnight, ensuring the vehicle is clean, vaccumed, and well equipped for a days worth of driving. In addition responsibilities include checking engine fluids, inspecting interior and exterior electrical and mechanical components, maintaining tire pressure and keeping fuel levels at adequate levels.


  • A good knowledge of the local roads can be a real benefit for short travel assignments
  • Good anticipation, positional sense and spatial awareness make for a safer all-round driver
  • Attentiveness to a customer’s demands in terms of knowing when to offer advice and when to remain quiet
  • Tidy appearance and a genteel manner
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Proven experience as a chauffeur or taxi driver
  • Acquainted with GPS software and local traffic reports
  • Ability to interact with clients in a warm, professional manner
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills
  • Ability to work during evenings, on weekends, and on public holidays, as required

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