Chauffeur Position

  • Security chauffeur
  • Company chauffeur
  • Family chauffeur


A Chauffeur can be employed either in a private or commercial environment or a mixture of the two.

Chauffeurs are required to safely and efficiently drive the employer and/or family to business meetings and social functions. Security chauffeurs will undertake close protection duties.


Duties and Daily Responsibilities of a Chauffeur

As a Chauffeur you should have excellent communication and time-keeping skills as you will be responsible for ensuring your employer and the family arrives at business and social functions in a timely and safe manner

Chauffeur Duties

  • Efficiency

Safely and quickly drives the employer and/or family to business meetings and social functions.

  • Mileage records

Maintains records of mileage, servicing, maintenance of the vehicles regularly.

  • Vehicle maintenance

Ensures the household vehicles are clean, tidy and serviceable and ready to be used when required. Upkeep of vehicles, ensuring services and MOTs are current.

  • Errands

Runs errands, undertakes 'school runs' and walks dogs at the request of the employer.

  • Other duties

carries out any other task the employer may reasonably ask.

Chauffeur Jobs

A selection of Chauffer job opportunities throughout the UK.

Skills Required for a Chauffeur

Driving License

It is essential that a Chauffeur holds a valid driver's license; a commercial driver's license would be advantageous and licensed to transport passengers.


Proven experience would be preferred with an understanding of GPS software and local traffic reports.


A Chauffeur needs to be of smart appearance and may be required to wear a uniform if required. They should be able to interact with clients and guests in a professional manner.


Excellent organisational and time management skills are essential. Availability to work during evenings, weekends and public holidays, is required.


Flexibility is a must as the demands from the client may change day to day. Some households may have second homes that you will move between, seasonally.

What salary and benefits can a Chauffeur receive?

The average salary for a private chauffeur in the UK is upwards from £45K.

If you are considering a career as a Chauffeur or you are looking for your next move, take a look through our currently advertised roles.

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Live on the estate

Salaries will also depend on whether you have a live-in or live-out contract with the client.

Flexible Schedule

Most Chauffeurs will work on a 40 hour schedule but should be flexible depending on the client’s requirements, particularly if the client is not in residence at all times.


Holidays and days off would be arranged with the client depending on their requirements.

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Frequently Asked Questions.

Chauffeur FAQs

Some of our commonly asked questions regarding the chauffeur position. If you have queries or questions, please do not hesitate to contact us on 020 3033 0000 or

We don’t automatically undertake a DBS for every candidate that registers with us as sometimes candidates may find their own jobs and only stay on our books for a short while. However if a client employs someone who we introduce and who does not have a current DBS but is required to have one for the position, then we are happy to do this for you.

We are able to supply staff across the whole of the UK, including Scotland and Ireland. We also cover International positions.

No, we provide a free service for candidates who are looking for work and we only invoice clients if they employ a candidate who we have introduced to them.

Unfortunately we do not provide staff for short term assignments, however we do accept some contracts for a minimum of three months upwards.

We absolutely love hearing from candidates with good, relevant experience in private households. Unfortunately without previous experience it is unlikely we will be able to help you but we are always happy to advise. Chauffeurs must have previous experience of working as a private chauffeur and not purely in chauffeur services or taxi driving.

A vacancy could be filled within a matter of days or it could take longer. The timescale depends on which candidates are registered at the time of you giving us your vacancy, and whether they match your requirements. We will never just send a CV for the sake of it or to ‘make up the numbers’.

We are happy to organise short trials wherever possible, however you need to bear in mind that it might not always be possible if a candidate is in a full time job. In order to address the fact that very occasionally things may not always go to plan, we offer a rebate/replacement period for your peace of mind.

A chauffeur needs to have a thorough understanding of chauffeur etiquette. This includes knowing how to correctly present themselves, being service focused, knowing when to make conversation and knowing when to remain silent. A good chauffeur will plan any journey in advance, making themselves aware of any diversions and road works and plan alternative routes in the event of a hold up. A chauffeur should check the car is stocked with water, newspapers and anything else the employer favours. They will also take responsibility for servicing, routine maintenance, MOT’s and any associated paperwork. Chauffeurs need to have a good knowledge of a wide range of luxury vehicles.

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