Front Office Driver Full-time Job

1 week ago   Others   Dubai   21 views Reference: 34421
Job Details

Provide safe and comfortable transportation for guests to and from designated locations.

Ensure timely and efficient pick-up and drop-off services.

Greet guests in a friendly and professional manner.

Assist guests with luggage or any special requirements.

Provide information about the local area and attractions.

Regularly inspect and maintain the vehicle to ensure safety and cleanliness.

Report any mechanical issues promptly and coordinate with the maintenance team.

Plan efficient routes to destinations, taking into account traffic conditions and the schedule.

Maintain clear communication with the front desk or concierge regarding transportation schedules and any special requests.

Adhere to company policies and local traffic regulations.

Ensure compliance with safety standards and protocols.

Uphold a professional appearance and demeanor while interacting with guests.

Handle guest concerns or issues with courtesy and efficiency.

Maintain accurate records of trips, mileage, and any incidents.


Valid driver's license and a clean driving record.

Excellent knowledge of local traffic regulations and routes.

Strong customer service and interpersonal skills.

Ability to handle different types of vehicles, including larger ones for group transportation.

Flexibility with work hours, as guest transportation needs may vary.

Company Description
We are far more than a worldwide leader. We are more than 260,000 hospitality experts placing people at the heart of what we do, and nurturing real passion for service and achievement beyond limits. We take care of millions of guests in our 5,100 addresses.Our 39 dynamic brands; ranging from luxury to economy are established in 110 countries and are continuing their steady growth. A new Accor address opens every two days.Because we take care of millions of guests and each of our hotels is a world in itself, where every action counts. We strive to make positive impact both locally and globally, to ensure hospitality benefits not only the few, but all.