New Orleans Tours

Motor Coach Driver - New Orleans Tours


New Orleans, LA


Full Time


  • Must have valid Louisiana Class B driver’s license
  • Ability to operate a large size coach
  • Minimum 2 years experience in Class B vehicle service
  • Must be able to speak, read, and write English.  Must be able to perform basic math.
  • Must be 23 years of age or older
  • Ability to load and unload luggage and parcels 50 pounds


Job Purpose:

  • Responsible for the safe and efficient operation of company vehicles
  • Responsible for the transporting passengers on company minis and coaches
  • Serve as an ambassador to visitors of New Orleans
  • Provide overview of local culture, while providing information on other H.E. services


Job Standards:

 1 Customer Service

  • Uphold a record of positive customer feedback
  • Maintain a proven record of customer retention
  • Assists passengers in loading and unloading of luggage and parcels
  • Transports patrons to and from assigned destination and assists them on and off the vehicle as required
  • While working with passengers, refer all HE companies
  • Able to adapt to customer needs
  • Ability to make independent decisions regarding customer needs


 2 Quality

  • Consistent knowledge of each assignment
  • Reports any necessary maintenance work on vehicles
  • Consistently performs pre-trip and post-trip inspections
  • Maintain required log books
  • Thorough completion of work orders
  • Responsible for preparing and submitting required records and reports in a timely manner
  • Zero at fault incidents and injuries
  • (If applicable) Mentors, as appointed by Operations Supervisor, newly hired drivers, during department orientation

 3 Professionalism

  • Consistently punctual
  • Consistent use of time clock on work days
  • Follows all uniform guidelines and standards
  • Maintains open communication with peers and leadership
  • Provides constant communication between Operations Supervisors, dispatchers, and patrons

 4 Safety

  • 100% attendance to annual training and safety meetings
  • Upholds safety standards of the company
  • Maintains a positive driver point balance
  • Timely reporting of all safety related maintenance issues
  • Follows company guidelines for reporting accidents
    • o Timely reporting
    • o Accurate and thorough reporting


Work Environment:

  • Inside/outside
  • Luggage handling
  • Long periods of sitting
  • Nights/Weekends/Some overnight trips

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