Driver The Ottawa Hospital Canada

  • Full Time
  • Canada
  • Posted 2 weeks ago
  • 18 CAD / Hour

Driving is a fundamental aspect of transportation and logistics in Canada, with drivers playing pivotal roles in various sectors, from transporting goods across vast distances to providing essential passenger services. Here’s an overview of what it means to work as a driver in Canada, highlighting the responsibilities, requirements, and career prospects in this dynamic field.

Job Description:

Drivers in Canada operate vehicles to transport passengers, goods, or materials. Depending on their role, they may drive trucks, buses, taxis, or delivery vehicles. Their responsibilities include navigating routes, ensuring vehicle safety, adhering to traffic laws, and providing excellent customer service.


  • Safely operating vehicles to transport passengers or goods.
  • Planning and navigating routes using GPS or maps.
  • Loading and unloading cargo (for truck drivers).
  • Ensuring vehicle maintenance and cleanliness.
  • Adhering to traffic laws and safety regulations.


  • Valid driver’s license appropriate for the type of vehicle.
  • Clean driving record without serious traffic violations.
  • Physical ability to sit for long periods and lift moderate loads (for truck drivers).
  • Customer service skills and professionalism in interactions with passengers or clients.

Hours of Work: Driver in Canada may work varying hours depending on their specific role and employer. Long-haul truck drivers, for example, may spend days or weeks away from home, adhering to strict driving and rest regulations. Local drivers, such as taxi drivers or delivery drivers, may work flexible schedules that include evenings, weekends, and holidays to meet customer demand.

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