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INDUSTRY STATS

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Driver positions are at a 12% growth rate, which is faster than average. With that said, there are currently 1,493,900 jobs in the market right now. The total number of jobs is expected to increase by 182,900 to 1,676,800 in the period of 2020-30.

What’s more, the median annual wage for the Driver jobs was $27,960 in May 2020. The lowest 10% earned less than $18,600, and the highest 10% more than $50,910.

Our conclusion? The Driver job market is wide open for candidates.

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Top Driver sections that make the best resume

  • Header
  • Professional summary
  • Experience (with numbers and results)
  • Relevant skills
  • Education
  • Certifications

Writing a memorable experience section: Driver resume edition

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Checklist: Ways to Make Your Experience Section Stand Out
  • Find balance: use 4-6 bullet points per position;
  • Include positions that are relevant to the job you’re applying for;
  • Use action verbs when describing your responsibilities and results;
  • Highlight your achievements by adding numbers to them (e.g. instead of saying “achieved a steady increase in…”, say “achieved an X% increase in…”);
  • Prove that you’re willing to work hard, both individually and in a team.

We’ve gathered the most impressive Driver experience sections from real Enhancv resumes. Check them out for some additional inspiration!

Work Experience
Parts Delivery Driver
Techbia
2017-2018
  • Previously employed with Paul Masse, Napa Auto Parts and able to provide 6 years of experience with vehicle inspections; searching for abuse, damages problems are found, safety or mechanical malfunctions.
  • Knowledgeable with “Car Swapping” procedure when previously worked at Paul Masse Dealership. Able to drive Car/Sedan, Wagon/Estate, SUV/Minivan/4x4, Convertible, Commercial Van/Truck to and from other locations.
  • Maintained over 8 years of perfect driving record when employed with Paul Masse and Napa Auto Parts. Responsive driver in obeying all traffic laws as well as understanding and complying with state and company policies and procedures.
  • Provided customer pick-up and drop-off to and from various locations. Interacted with vendors such as body shops, dealerships, and customers.
  • Able to assist customers/passengers as they enter and leave the vehicle. Maintained pre-trip inspections booklet, mileage records and manifest.
  • Able to identify vehicle fault and notify immediate supervisor of any malfunction with vehicle and follow supervisor’s recommendations for repairs.
  • Followed all company safety policies and procedures and protect company assets. Able to work with minimal supervision while maintaining high energy.
  • Drove Paul Masse and Napa Auto Parts assigned vehicle over established fixed route at appointed time. Cleaned the interior and exterior of vehicle on a daily basis. Performed other functions as assigned by Transportation Supervisor and/or Coordinator.
Work Experience
Driver Manager/Developer
Sanguine
2009-2014
  • Manage five drivers and daily operations for Kayle
  • Handle any application issues and customer calls.
  • Problem solve to quickly improve business performance
  • Analyze data for over 7,000 users to make strategic business decisions
  • Use scrum boards to handle projects
Work Experience
Lead Driver
Inspire Co
2017-2020
  • Maintained A Positive and Safe Environment in the field of Demolition.
  • Oversaw 12 employees.
  • After the business was sold, stayed on until the last day to ensure a successful transition to the new owners.
Work Experience
Driver Operations Manager
Quads
2017-2020
  • Onboarded +4K drivers in the first 12 months of appointment.
  • Created a comprehensive and dynamic FAQ for the drivers community.
  • Entertained and informed the drivers community with regular events, newsletters and specific groups animated through social networks.
Work Experience
Driver Operations Manager
Schmeler and Sons
2020-2022
  • Onboarded +4K drivers in the first 12 months of appointment.
  • Created a comprehensive and dynamic FAQ for the drivers community.
  • Entertained and informed the drivers community with regular events, newsletters and specific groups animated through social networks.
Work Experience
Taxi Driver/operator
Altenwerth Group
2012-2014
  • Good customer service skills
  • Dealing with difficult customers in a calm manner
  • Professional driving skills.
  • Basic car service including tyre change, globes change,Oil check
Work Experience
VIP Drivers Group Leader Sgt. (Sergeant)
Innovation Modular
2020-2022
  • Group Leader for Vip Drivers team (Zagreb area)
  • Personal driver for Assistant Secretary General for United Nations (Behrooz Sadry)
  • Working together with UN Security
Work Experience
Service Agent / Driver
Strosin, Nolan and Pfeffer
2016-2020
  • Within a three month period, Customer Service score jumped from 77% to 93%
  • Training new drivers and management.
  • Corporate customers raving about my customer service skills.
Work Experience
Delivery Driver
Littel Group
2018-2020
  • Take phone and face-to-face orders
  • Operate cash register and handle money
  • Ensure prompt and accurate food delivery
Work Experience
Driver-Partner
Champlin LLC
2012-2018
  • 4.81 overall customer satisfaction score (out of 5)
  • Over 3000 trips completed
  • Extensive knowledge of Mexico City and the metropolitan area
Work Experience
Truck Driver/Side Loader SME
Bravura Origin
2012-2018
  • Operate a range of transport equipment including side-loader,
    extendable tailor, float (heavy haulage), road trains (single, doubles,
    and triples), and multi combinations
  • Conduct daily vehicle and trailer pre-start inspections and immediately
    report any faults or maintenance issues
  • Communicate closely with operations for task allocations such as collection and delivery of containerised freight or bulk freight
  • Complete a wide range of risk, hazard, and safety paperwork including
    Job Hazard Analysis (JHA), Step Back 5x5's, Loss Prevention Inspections
    (LPI's), and Workplace Inspections (WPI's)
  • Operate in high risk environments including remote well sites, busy laydown areas, congested construction areas, and marine ports
  • Inspect all load restraints before accept cargo for loading and on
    occasion reject non-compliant load restraints, provide technical advice,
    and conduct re-strapping where required
  • Maintain radio communication with machine operators at loading and unloading points, area managers, and external contractors
  • Maintain accurate transport documentation including runsheets/POD's
  • Undertake a visual reconnaissance and risk assessment to safely plan
    delivery and load/unload of oversized freight
  • Dedicated Subject Matter Expert (SME) for all side-loader training -
    provide detailing on the job training inline with competency
    requirements and provide ongoing mentoring
Work Experience
Truck Driver/Trade Assistant
Bravura Inc
2015-2019
  • Operate and maintain plant and equipment
  • Truck Driver/IT operator
  • Undertake trade assistant duties
Work Experience
Emergency Medical Technician/Driver
Kozey - Bogisich
2021-2022
  • Responded to emergency calls to provide efficient and immediate care to the critically ill and injured.
  • Obtained a basic understanding of stress response and methods to ensure personal well being.
  • Able to communicate with patients and bystanders on a daily basis and ensure scene safety.
Work Experience
Delivery Driver
Turner - Wisoky
2015-2017
  • Excellent customer service
  • Management of phone order intakes
  • Catering sales
  • Responsible for sales deliveries
  • Digital cashier transactions
Work Experience
Driver Trainer / Support Team Driver
Cogent Data
2017-2018
  • Teaching and coaching new and experienced drivers in Class B and C vehicles
  • Developed, tailored and delivered up-to-date training for a continually changing and diverse workfoce
  • I have made a positive impact on reducing Taco infringements and minimising low speed manoeuvre accidents.
Work Experience
Class 2 - Multidrop Driver
Aexie Swarm
2019-2021
  • Safe loading and checking of vehicle
  • Route planning
  • Followed legal driving requirements (taco graphs)
  • Completion of paper work and on time deliveries
  • Developed excellent, friendly face to face customer relationships
Work Experience
Customer Service/Delivery Driver
Bravura Combo
2012-2018
  • Multi drop deliveries
  • Dealing with customer enquiries and queries
  • Movement and handling heavy and bulky items and goods
  • Updating delivery records
  • Route planning to ensure deliveries are made on time
  • Dealing with delivery of goods and supplies
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PRO TIP

Make sure to relate your experience to your job description, but never lie. That’s not tolerated and will show up in the face-to-face interview later on.

Action Verbs for your Driver Resume

Action verbs (also known as power verbs) are great for describing your achievements and responsibilities. They highlight your skills and show you’re able to take responsibility. Use these gems to make your experience section shine!

Driver Resume: Crafting a Strong Skills Section

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Do this if you want to make your skills section stand out:
  • Check the job advert for keywords and add them to your skills section to pass ATS;
  • List only skills that are relevant to the position to keep the hiring manager focused;
  • Balance between hard, soft, and technical skills;
  • Elaborate on some of your strongest skills in other sections of your Driver resume, e.g. the experience section or your resume’s summary.
Top Skills for your Driver resume
HARD SKILLS

Solid Driving Record

Vehicle Maintenance

Navigation and GPS

Customer Service

Driving Under Extreme Conditions

Luggage/Boot Organization

Tyre Change and Repair

Heavy Vehicle Operation

SOFT SKILLS

Curiosity

Observation

Networking

Planning

Perspective Taking

Adaptability

Flexibility

Communication

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PRO TIP

Avoid getting sidetracked by Applicant tracking software by including a tech skills' section matching the job description and your own qualifications.

what to write in your resume header
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CHECKLIST For Your Driver Resume Header
  • Your name and surname in a legible and larger resume font
  • The job title you’re applying for or your current job title as a subheading to your name
  • Link to your portfolio or online profile, such as LinkedIn
  • Address (City and State for the US; just your city for rest of the world)
  • Email address
  • Headshot (required or welcomed in the EU; not required and sometimes frowned upon in the US)

Stick to popular email providers such as Gmail or Outlook. And use these professional formats to create your username:

  • first.last@gmail.com
  • last.first@gmail.com
  • firstlast@gmail.com
  • f.last@gmail.com
  • first.l@gmail.com
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PRO TIP

Some companies, states, and countries have policies about identifying information like photos on your Driver resume. Be sure to check all the relevant rules before submitting yours. If you’re in doubt, you can always try contacting the company’s HR department to ask for their policy.

How to Write an Inspiring Driver Resume Summary

what to write in your resume summary
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Checklist: Writing a resume summary that makes you stand out
  • Keep it short and use well-structured sentences;
  • Mention your total years of experience in the field and your #1 achievement;
  • Highlight your strengths and relevant skills;
  • Add keywords from the company’s website or the job description.
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Resume Summary Formula:
Resume Summary Formula: [Adjective] [job title] with [number] years of experience in [industry], a proven ability to [relevant, measurable skills], and a strong background in [relevant context of your work experience] seeks a position as [the job title you’re applying for].
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PRO TIP

Your summary section should act as a professional taster. Use it wisely. Effectively convey your professional profile and let the hiring manager know that if they hire you, they won’t be disappointed. Make sure to include keywords from the job description too! Elaborate on your abilities further in your experience section. Again, cater to the job description.

Making the Education Section of Your Driver Resume Stand Out

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Education section checklist for your Driver resume:
  • List your highest education degree: including your major, year of graduation, and the institution you attended;
  • Highlight the extracurricular activities that have helped you gain additional expertise;
  • Share more about the certifications you’ve got, especially if they are relevant to the job position;
  • Entry-level applicants: Mention relevant courses and projects.
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Top Certifications for your Driver resume
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Mastering Microcontroller and Embedded Driver Development

(MCU1) Learn bare metal driver development using Embedded C: Writing drivers for STM32 GPIO,I2C,SPI,USART from scratch

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Linux Device Driver Programming Using Beaglebone Black(LDD1)

Foundation course on practical Linux device driver programming

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Embedded Systems STM32 HAL APIs Driver Development

STM32 Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL) Drivers: DMA,ADC,UART,TIMERS, GPIO,SPI,I2C,RTC,RCC etc

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Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)

20+ ADAS systems with examples, ADAS to Autonomous Driving, ADAS sensors - Radar, Camera, Lidar Ultrasonic, ADAS Testing

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Linux Device Drivers - Communicating with Hardware

Linux Kernel Programming for IO Mapped and Memory Mapped devices

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PRO TIP

There are dozens of certifications that you can claim as a Driver. But, some are more effective than others. That’s why you mustn’t include every certificate other applicants might have. Try instead to earn and list a few of the difficult ones.

Driver Resume: Formatting Tips & Tricks

Which came first: the hen or the egg? This question reminds us of the thing our resume experts hear most often in their job – which comes first: the content or the format? Well, we advise you to pick the format first and then go on with drafting your resume’s content.

And how do you choose a resume format? Well, based on your applicant profile. In general, there are three basic resume formats for you to choose from:

Let’s look at each one of them in more detail:

The reverse-chronological resume format is quite straightforward. Here, you describe all your previous jobs in a reverse-chronological form, meaning your latest job comes first. This resume format is great for people with lots of experience and skills who don’t have any career gaps.

If you are a recent graduate or don’t really have much experience in the industry you’re applying for, go for the functional skills-based resume format. This format focuses on skills and character traits, rather than experience. It makes the hiring manager realize you’re the perfect fit for the role without putting too much emphasis on your work history.

And if you’re looking for something a bit more intriguing and exciting, check out the hybrid resume format. It’s a combination of the reverse-chronological and functional skills-based formats, which makes it great for all types of job-seekers. The hybrid resume allows you to showcase both your professional experience and your skills, education, and additional qualifications. If you’re feeling creative, add a separate section about your typical day or life philosophy.

Our top style and layout resume format tips:

Read this: How to make your resume stand out

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PRO TIP

Sometimes you’ll want to go after a job which requires more experience than you have. Instead of using a typical Driver resume layout, you can use a creative layout. Getting noticed is the most important challenge and a creative resume layout might help you get invited for an interview as most of other accountants have boring resume designs.

Other sections that’ll look good on your Driver resume

Do you want to move beyond the traditional skills, education, and experience section? Easy-peasy!

Just choose one or two additional sections to help recruiters get a fuller picture of who you are, both as a person and as a professional:

Adding a Splash of Creativity to Your Driver Resume

Boring resumes are no longer an option if you’re looking to impress recruiters.

And no matter whether you’re looking to give your old resume a new life or want to start building a new one from scratch, being at least moderately creative is always a good idea. Do this by adding a ‘favorite books’ section or even a pie chart of what your typical day looks like.

day of my life on resume   Enhancv resume section

What Makes a Great Driver Resume: Key Takeaways

  • Choose a resume layout that sends the right message across and fits your current career situation;
  • Create a resume header that shows your desired job title, and easy to find contact numbers;
  • Be specific about your experience, accomplishments and future goals in your summary;
  • Feature detailed metrics and specific examples that show the impact you made in your previous roles when describing your experience;
  • List soft skills backed by examples;
  • Add all of your technical skills and certifications that you have and match the job description;
  • Show off a dash of personality in your resume that will demonstrate your culture fit and the right mix of hard and soft skills.

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