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Responsible for transporting cast, crew or equipment to and from set.

A driver on a production crew is an essential part of the team. Drivers transport cast or crew, either to and from the set, or between different shooting locations throughout the day.



Entry Level


Entry Level & In-demand

What kind of jobs are available?



What people who work in this department usually bring to the work.


  • Appropriate licensing and certification for the Transportation Department.
  • Verifiable work history.
  • Good driving record.
  • Good working knowledge of the Lower Mainland.


  • Previous work experience as a driver on a film or television production.

Truck Driver – Over 1 Ton

Truck Costumer / Wardrobe

Tractor Trailer (Prod. Van)

Stunt and / or Blind Driver

Special Equipment Driver

Set Decorator Driver

Mini Bus Driver (Class #4)

Fork Lift Driver

Driver Captain


Construction Driver

Co-Captain (Transportation)

Catering Vehicle Operator – Cook

Car Chauffeur and / or Econoline Truck Driver

Camera Car Driver

Bus Driver (Class #2)

Bus Driver (Class #1)

Truck Costumer / Wardrobe

Transportation Coordinator

Special Equipment Driver / Co-Captain


Captain (Transportation)

Many job roles in the motion picture industry are represented by a union or guild. 

If you see a logo below, the role may be covered by a union or guild.  Please consult those organizations to understand the requirements (such as certification, licensing or work experience) to join as a member.   

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