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Drivers job at China Forestry International Development Co., I

About the Organization

China Forestry Group Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as "China Forestry Group") was approved by the State Council and merged from nine units directly under the former Ministry of forestry. It is the only central enterprise in China's forestry industry managed by the state owned assets supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council. At present, it operates 224 enterprises worldwide and is the main force in China's ecological civilization construction and forestry modernization.

Job Description

The duties and requirements of drivers can vary significantly depending on the type of driving job, such as personal chauffeurs, commercial truck drivers, delivery drivers, or rideshare drivers. Here's a general overview:

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Transportation: The primary duty of a driver is to safely transport passengers or goods from one location to another. This could involve driving a car, van, truck, or other types of vehicles.

  • Vehicle Maintenance: Drivers are often responsible for the basic maintenance and cleanliness of their vehicles, including checking fluid levels, tire pressure, and performing routine inspections to ensure the vehicle is in good working condition.

  • Route Planning: Depending on the job, drivers may need to plan efficient routes to reach their destinations in a timely manner, considering factors such as traffic conditions, weather, and road closures.




  • Loading and Unloading: Commercial truck drivers and delivery drivers may be responsible for loading and unloading cargo or packages at pickup and drop-off locations.

  • Customer Service: For roles involving passenger transportation, such as chauffeurs or rideshare drivers, providing excellent customer service is essential. This includes being polite, courteous, and accommodating to passengers' needs and preferences.

  • Safety and Compliance: Drivers must adhere to all traffic laws and safety regulations while operating their vehicles. This includes obeying speed limits, wearing seat belts, and following proper procedures for securing cargo.




  • Documentation: Keeping accurate records and documentation is important for many driving jobs. This could include maintaining a logbook of driving hours, recording mileage, and obtaining signatures or receipts for deliveries.

  • Communication: Effective communication skills are essential for coordinating with dispatchers, customers, passengers, and other drivers on the road. This includes using radios, mobile phones, or GPS devices to stay in contact and receive instructions.

Qualification, Experiences and Competencies

  • Driver's License: A valid driver's license appropriate for the type of vehicle being operated is typically required. This may include specific endorsements or classifications for commercial vehicles, passenger transportation, or hazardous materials.

  • Clean Driving Record: Employers often look for candidates with a clean driving record, meaning no major traffic violations or accidents. Some employers may also conduct background checks or review driving history reports.




  • Experience: Depending on the job, previous driving experience may be preferred or required. This could include experience driving similar vehicles or performing similar duties, especially for commercial driving roles.

  • Physical Fitness: Drivers should be in good physical health, as the job may involve sitting for long periods, lifting or moving heavy objects, and performing tasks that require physical stamina.

  • Knowledge of Traffic Laws: A thorough understanding of traffic laws, regulations, and safety procedures is essential for safe driving and compliance with legal requirements.

  • Geographical Knowledge: Familiarity with local streets, highways, and routes is often beneficial, especially for delivery drivers or chauffeurs who need to navigate efficiently to reach their destinations.



  • Professionalism: Drivers should present themselves in a professional manner, with good personal hygiene, neat appearance, and courteous behavior towards customers and others encountered during their work.

  • Licensing and Certifications: Depending on the specific job and industry, drivers may need additional certifications or licenses. For example, commercial truck drivers may need a commercial driver's license (CDL), and chauffeurs may need special permits or endorsements for passenger transportation.

How to Apply

All qualified candidates are encouraged to send their detailed CVs with three professional referees and copies of their education documents in a single PDF file and send them to hr@cfid-ug.com (State the Job Title clearly in the Subject Area)
Only short-listed candidates will be invited to participate in the interview process.

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