Driver Achievements for Resume

Updated April 12, 2019

One of the most important parts of a driver resume is the achievements section.

A hiring manager would want to know what you have achieved in this position, which makes you a good contender to consider.

 

Without this section, you may not be considered for a driver position.

However, writing an achievements section is decidedly tricky. One has to have kept a close watch on what one has done in the past to be able to do this.

Tip: Maintain a list of your accomplishments over the years.

As a driver, your accomplishments can include many things, such as a time when you saved the vehicle you were driving from imminent damage, or when you handled an on-road emergency with exceptionalism.

You have to think of it this way – what have I done in the past that a prospective employer will want to know about.

Anything that you have done in a driver capacity which has had a significant positive effect on the company is important to highlight.

Some sample achievements for a driver resume are listed below:

Driver Achievements for Resume

• Singlehandedly made 32 deliveries in one day, during an instance of low driver turnout.

• Implemented preventative maintenance measures, as a result, increased vehicle life by 65%.

• Introduced the concept of using technology to map routes, hence, reduced commute time by 50%.

• Devised a client pick-up system, considered 50% more efficient than the one already in place.

• Trained 25 drivers to handle driving and navigation work, as part of their induction program.

• Built a team of drivers, specifically for the influx of foreign company guests.

• Implemented a passenger-oriented greeting system, as a result, increased customer base by 30%.

• Cut vehicle maintenance costs by 40%, as a result, increased company revenue.

• Streamlined vehicle issuance system, by implementing a unique system that checked vehicle numbers and driver specifications.

• Strategically resolved issues associated with driver availability.

• Voted Driver of the Year, owing to exceptional year-round performance, and customer feedback.

• Featured in the company magazine and website as the top performing driver of all times.

• Successfully saved passengers from threatening injury, during a particularly horrifying car pileup on a highway.

• Created and implemented a training program for new drivers, as a result, reduced the training time by 80%.

• Resolved 3 internal conflicts between drivers, through appropriate intervention.

• Improved ties within the driver union, through the implementation of core outreach and communications work.

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