92 days ago

Shuttle/Airport Transfer Drivers with P-Endorsement Licence

Customer Support from Prime Travel

We are looking for additional experienced drivers who genuinely enjoy dealing with the public, especially international travellers that may be new to our country. 

primetravel is an Independent Operator for SuperShuttle. SuperShuttle is New Zealand's largest shared ride shuttle provider and based at all major airports throughout New Zealand. 

About You 
The successful applicant will: 
• Have New Zealand residency or a valid New Zealand work visa. 
• Have a full New Zealand driving licence with current ‘P’ licence endorsement. 
• Have excellent driving skills and a clean driving record. 
• Be confident driving/reversing a 12-seater shuttle and trailer around Christchurch roads. 
• Be able to work independently with good time management skills. 
• Work well under pressure, remaining calm when challenging operational situations develop . 
• Be a good communicator with an excellent standard of spoken English. 
• Have good presentation standards and organisational skills. 
• Have a diligent work ethic and have a sense of pride and ownership in your role. 
• Be physically fit. Role requires frequent stops in and out of the vehicle and passengers with luggage. 
• An eye for detail to ensure our vehicles are in great condition and ready for customers. 
• Be personable, friendly and outgoing. 

The SuperShuttle service in Christchurch works 7 days a week 24 hours per day. Work is scheduled on a roster basis and you must be available to keep to your rostered shifts. 

This is a self-employed role working with an owner driver under the SuperShuttle franchise. We have a fleet of vans in Christchurch so there is the ability to work more shifts if you are able to once you have completed your training. If this is of interest please email your CV to hello@primetravel.co.nz

primetravel is an Independent Operator for SuperShuttle.

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