School Bus Driver Posted on Feb 09, 2018 by SOUTHLAND Transportation Ltd.
Location Cold Lake, AB
Earnings $55.00 to $100.00 daily
Work Hours 20 to 30 hours per week
Position Permanent Part Time
Vacancies 5 Vacancies
Closing Date Mar 11, 2018
SOUTHLAND Transportation Ltd.
No degree, certificate or diploma
- Report delays, mechanical problems and accidents
- Ensure para-transit passengers board vehicle safely
- Direct passengers during emergency evacuation procedures
- Deal with difficult passengers and resolve conflicts
- Deal with public
- Complete logbooks and reports
- Perform pre-trip, en route and post-trip inspection and oversee all aspects of vehicle
- Communicate with passengers, dispatchers or other drivers using two-way radio systems
- Operate buses, school busses or streetcars to transport passengers
- Ensure children's safety when boarding and leaving buses and crossing street while bus is stopped
- Maintain control of student activities during travel to prevent distractions or behaviours that could compromise safety
- Driver's abstract
- Valid driver's licence
Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities
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Interest in driving buses and buses equipped for wheelchair accessibility, streetcars and intercity and sightseeing tour and charter buses to transport passengers along established routes, locally and over long distances; and in driving buses to transport passengers and cargo to intercity and long-distance destinations
Interest in copying information to report delays, mechanical problems and accidents; and in collecting fares, issuing transfers, checking bus passes and recording transactions
Interest in speaking with passengers to provide information on fares, schedules and stops; may provide passengers with information on points of interest during trips
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