Personal Driver

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Southern Hospitality Ventures, Inc. is seeking an experienced Personal Driver for the CEO and Executive level Crew. 


Personal Driver Responsibilities


  • Safely and timely drive the employer to work and back, and to occasions.
  • Safely drive the employer’s relatives, visitors, business partners and associates to and from places authorized by the employer.
  • Carry out routine inspection on the car to ensure that it is always in good condition.
  • Maintain tire pressure, keep fuel levels at adequate levels, wash the vehicle, and other maintenance as needed.
  • Consider different routes, check climate and traffic reports to decide the best time to travel and the best route to take.


Requirements – Skills, Abilities, and Knowledge


  • Professionalism: An individual driver should dependably be proficient in his/her work. 
  • Watchful and Safety conscious: He/she should drive with consideration at all times, realizing that the lives of his/her passengers are in his/her hand, so to say. He/she ought to likewise consider the wellbeing of other road users.
  • A personal driver must be an expert driver, properly licensed to drive/Nebraska Class O Driver's License, and at least 21 years of age.
  • If he/she is a live-out driver, then he/she should ensure to be punctual to work daily.
  • In addition, the driver must take responsibility for all issues concerning his/her work.
  • Confidentiality is a must.
  • Drive times may be 2-3 hours one way.
  • Overnight travel may be required, 1-2 nights per month.
  • Must be able to lift up to 50lbs. 

Additional Responsibilities


Logistics and Travel Details

Before any trip, the Driver duties include consulting maps or navigation devices for desired routes, checking radio or online traffic and weather reports for departure and destination locations. The Driver must advise the employer or passenger of potential or existing adverse conditions and suggest alternative routes or travel time adjustments. 



The Driver is expected to be 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. 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 prohibited. A sober, fully functional driver is expected by the employer at all times.


Safety and Legal Duties

Safe and legal driving practices are expected at all times with or without passengers.


Raising Cane’s appreciates & values individuality. EOE


Southern Hospitality Ventures, Inc., a proud Franchisee of Raising Cane's Chicken Fingers



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