Sample Resumes

Sample Resumes Category: Driver

Available Sample Resumes

Sample Driver Resume 1 Sample Driver Resume 2
Sample Driver Resume 3 Sample Driver Resume 4
Sample Driver Resume 5

Driver Resume Tips

Contact Information :
  1. Full name
  2. Campus and permanent addresses
  3. Telephone numbers
  4. Email address
Education : List most recent degree first.
  1. Name of institution, city and state
  2. Degree, major and year awarded
  3. GPA (optional)

Experience : List the most recent first.

Activities : Campus and community activities, Memberships in professional organizations.

Personal : Certifications, security clearances, patents, special awards, citizenship.

Try to incorporate the following verbs when making your resume.

Try to use Action Verbs when constructing your statements :

Action Verbs

accelerateadviseanalyzeapprovearrangeassembleassistbuildcollectcomplete
conceiveconductcontrolcoordinatecreatedelegatedetectdevelopdirectdiscover
distributeeditdeliverdemonstratedesigneliminateestablishevaluateexamineexpand
expediteformulategenerateimplementimproveincreaseinfluenceinstallinstructlead
maintainmanagemotivateobtainoperateorderorganizeoriginateoverseeparticipate
performpinpointplanpreparepresentprocessproduceprogrampromotepropose
protestproveprovidepurchasereceiverecommendrecordreducereinforcereorganize
representresearchrevampreviewrevisescheduleselectsellsetupsolve
streamlinestructurestudysupervisesupportteachtesttrainwrite 


Now lets have a look at the necessary information that will make your resume stand out. The following are some of the points you should consider while making a Truck Driver resume.

  • Your main responsibilities, detailing your collection, transportation and delivery duties, plus health & safety, security, fixing mechanical faults and resolving other problems.
  • Your category of license (if relevant), the type of load you are used to carrying and the distances covered.
  • Planning your routes (the quickest and most economical).
  • Industry regulations.
  • Handling documentation (invoices and delivery notes).
  • Any major projects that you have worked on and whether you completed the projects on time and on budget (if you had budgetary responsibility).
  • New procedures and practices that you have introduced or developed.
  • Make your resume stand out by saying how you have reduced costs / saved money for your company, e.g. how you have planned your routes to save fuel.
  • Any contribution to reduction of cost, improvement in efficiency, or increase in revenue.
  • Any other achievements that have benefited your employers.