Working Hours: 8:00am – 5:00pm (Additional hours would be OT)
Working Days: Monday – Saturday or Monday – Friday & Sunday (6 day working week must be met)
Basic Salary: RM3,600
Phone Allowance: RM100
Outstation Allowance : RM150
Valid Driver's License: Verify that the candidate possesses a valid driver's license appropriate for the type of vehicle they will be driving. In Malaysia, this would typically be a valid Malaysian driving license.
Clean Driving Record: Check the candidate's driving record to ensure they have a clean history without any major traffic violations or accidents. This can be done by obtaining a copy of their driving abstract or requesting a declaration of their driving history.
Experience and Skill: Look for candidates who have a significant amount of driving experience, especially if they will be operating specialized vehicles or driving in challenging conditions such as heavy traffic or long-distance routes.
Evaluate their skills, including maneuvering, parking, and defensive driving techniques.
Familiarity with Local Routes: Consider candidates who are familiar with the local roads, routes, and traffic patterns in the areas where they will be driving. This can help ensure efficient and timely transportation.
Professionalism and Communication: Assess the candidate's level of professionalism and communication skills. A professional driver should be courteous, respectful, and capable of effectively communicating with passengers and clients.
Punctuality and Reliability: Look for drivers who have a track record of being punctual and reliable. They should understand the importance of timeliness and be able to adhere to schedules and appointments.
Safety Consciousness: Prioritize candidates who prioritize safety and adhere to traffic laws and regulations. They should demonstrate a responsible attitude towards driving and prioritize the well-being of passengers.
Language Proficiency: Evaluate the candidate's language proficiency, particularly in English and/or Malay, as these are the primary languages spoken in Malaysia. Effective communication is essential for understanding instructions and interacting with passengers.
Background Checks: Conduct thorough background checks, including criminal records, to ensure the candidate has a clean background and is trustworthy.
Professional References: Request and verify professional references from previous employers or clients who can provide insight into the candidate's work ethic, reliability, and driving abilities.
Company Usage Policy
Vehicle Usage: Use company vehicles exclusively for business-related purposes and authorized activities. **kindly note that personal use of company vehicle is strictly prohibited. If failed to comply – disciplinary action will be taken.
Reporting Incidents: In the event of accidents, damage, or any other incidents involving company vehicles, immediately report the details to your supervisor and follow the company's designated procedures for documentation and reporting.
Security and Loss Prevention: Safeguard company assets, including vehicles, from theft, damage, or misuse. Lock and secure vehicles when unattended, and do not leave valuable items visible inside the vehicle.
Confidentiality: Treat all information, discussions, and activities related to the company and our clients as strictly confidential. Do not disclose or discuss any sensitive information with unauthorized individuals.