As a prospective CME driver, you may be wondering what a typical work schedule might look like. One of the unique things about the guest service driver position with CME is that there is nothing typical about our schedule. CME drivers are based in the resort communities that we serve and can expect to cover varying routes and schedules each day. If you enjoy a new assignment every day then this may be the position for you!
CME shuttles are on the road at all hours of the day and night. Schedules vary widely.
Income for a Colorado Mountain Express Guest Service Driver
CME pays drivers by the airport trip rather than on an hourly basis. In addition to this "Run Pay," you have the opportunity to receive gratuities for providing excellent guest service to the resort guests that you will be transporting. On a monthly basis, we estimate that a first year driver can earn between $1,800 and $2,200 BEFORE gratuities.
In order to be a Guest Service Driver, you must meet the minimum requirements:
Be a minimum of 23 years old
Have a Motor Vehicle Record (or list of traffic offenses) that meets company safety standards.
Meet all U.S. Federal and State regulations pertaining to the transportation of passengers by commercial drivers
Be able to read, write, speak and comprehend the English language
Be able to read, understand and comprehend all company and regulatory agency forms
Pass a pre-employment drug test
Pass a U.S. Department of Transportation physical examination
Pass a 10-year background check with the Transportation Security Administration
Successfully complete CME's Driver training program