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Transportation Openings

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Position TitleJob NumberJob DescriptionPay Scale
Substitute Bus Monitors
  1. Assists the bus driver in maintaining good student conduct on the bus.
  2. Inspects transportation passes to prevent unauthorized travel.
  3. Assists young or disabled students in getting on and off the bus safely.
  4. Completes appropriate discipline reports and submits to supervisor.
  5. Assists pupils who have a disabling condition.
  6. Assures that students get on and off the bus in an orderly fashion
  7. Carries out any other assigned duties and/or responsibilities, which may be deemed appropriate by the Superintendent of Schools and the Board of Education.
     
Substitute Bus Drivers
  1. To provide safe and efficient transportation on assigned bus routes and extra trips.
  2. To be responsible for a variety of pre-trip/post-trip maintenance activities for assigned bus.
  3. To complete all related paper work as required.

 

Full-time Hourly Bus Driver

This is a Full-time, probationary  10 month driver position.

  1. To provide safe and efficient transportation on assigned bus routes and extra trips.
  2. To be responsible for a variety of pre-trip/post-trip maintenance activities for assigned bus.
  3. To complete all related paper work as required.
  4. Drive school bus on assigned runs.
  5. Keep on assigned schedule. Report cause of failure to keep to assigned schedule to Transportation Supervisor.
  6. Have bus on line 10 minutes prior to scheduled run or field trip.
  7. Complete a pre-trip/post-trip inspection daily:
    1. Check all lights, markers, tires, wheels, mirrors, flashers, gauges, emergency equipment, emergency doors, horn, wipers, defrosters, windows.
    2. Keep windshield, dash, mirrors, rear windows clean.
    3. Clean ice from steps in winter.
  8. Keep interior and exterior of assigned bus clean and neat at all times:
    1. Bus must be washed on a scheduled basis or more often if condition warrants.
    2. Buses used on field trips and ball games will be swept out on return.
  9. Obey all traffic signs and laws.
  10. Observe all mandatory safety regulations for school buses.
  11. Maintain discipline when students are on the bus:
    1. Report discipline problems to supervisor.
    2. Complete appropriate discipline reports.
  12. Report any unfamiliar noise, odor, steam, etc. to head mechanic. Notify mechanic in writing on daily trip sheet of any maintenance problems or necessary repairs.
  13. Keep bus fueled. Do not fuel up while students are on board or with motor running
  14. All arrangements for extra driving to be made by supervisor.
  15. Drivers shall not smoke, eat or drink any liquid or be under the influence of any medication or drugs while transporting pupils.
  16. Drivers shall report to their immediate supervisor the use of any drug, medication or prescription that may impair their driving ability or safety of the students.
  17. Complete all necessary paper work related to the job:
    1. Fill out daily trip sheets completely.
    2. Record all fuel and oil accurately.
    3. Keep route maps updated and routes written up.
  18. Be familiar with emergency procedures;
    1. Use of flares and other emergency equipment.
    2. How to call for help, calm passengers, etc.
    3. Know first-aid procedures.
  19. Follow District procedures on bus idling.
  20. Carries out any other assigned duties and/or responsibilities, which may be deemed appropriate by the Superintendent of Schools and the Board of Education
$20.42
Full-time Hourly Bus Monitor (2)

This posting is for a full-time, probationary 10 month position. 2 positions available.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assists the bus driver in maintaining good student conduct on the bus.
  • Inspects transportation passes to prevent unauthorized travel.
  • Assists young or disabled students in getting on and off the bus safely.
  • Completes appropriate discipline reports and submits to supervisor.
  • Assists pupils who have a disabling condition.
  • Assures that students get on and off the bus in an orderly fashion.
  • Carries out any other assigned duties and/or responsibilities, which may be deemed appropriate by the Superintendent of Schools and the Board of Education.
$14.26

The Williamson Central School District does not discriminate regarding age, sex, creed, race, color, sexual orientation, natural origin, political affiliation, marital status, veteran or military status, genetic information, disabling conditions or any other basis prohibited by state or federal non-discrimination laws.

In this regard, the school district operates in full compliance with all state and federal laws, including Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Americans with Disabilities Act.