Transportation - Sub Bus Drivers (misc hrs.) (#253923)
Positions have been declared open in the Weber School District in Transportation for Substitute Bus Drivers. These positions are for 0-8 hours per day, 9 months per year (on-call). Weber District employees and applicants outside the District may contact the Transporation Department directly (Sue Morgan - 801-476-7931). Files will be reviewed before interviews are scheduled.
Purpose Statement: The job of Bus Driver was established for the purpose/s of transporting students over scheduled routes and/or to/from special excursions; ensuring vehicle is in safe operating condition; and ensuring safety of students during transport, loading, unloading from buses and any emergency evacuation.
Essential Functions: • Advises students, special education students and other passengers of behavior requirements for the purpose of enforcing rules and regulations and maintaining safety. • Assesses incidents, complaints, accidents and/or potential emergency situations for the purpose of resolving or recommending a resolution to the situation. • Assists students and other passengers for the purpose of providing safe ingress and egress from buses including both emergency situations (including bus evacuations) and normal transport. • Attends safety meetings, in-service training, etc. for the purpose of maintaining knowledge of and ability to adhere to laws and regulations relating to driving a school bus and meeting State Department of Transportation standards and guidelines of school bus driver. • Cleans assigned vehicles, both interior and exterior (e.g. windows, mirrors, sets, floors, ceilings, etc.) for the purpose of maintaining appearance, sanitation and safety of vehicle. • Climbs And Descends 3 Times Within 30 Seconds bus stairs for the purpose of safely operating the bus and evacuating students . • Drags A 125 Pound Object On The Ground 50 Feet Within 30 Seconds for the purpose of assisting a student in an emergency. • Drives schools' buses for the purpose of transporting students, special education students and faculty over scheduled routes and to/from school and/or field trips in a safe and timely manner. • Fuels assigned vehicles for the purpose of maintaining vehicle in a safe operating condition. • Informs school personnel, parents, etc. of practices and incidents (e.g. rules, regulations, laws, procedures, etc.) for the purpose of providing information for follow-up action and/or proper procedures. • Inspects assigned vehicles (e.g. pre-trip/post check list, brake system, oil levels, coolant levels, the pressure, fuel, etc.) for the purpose of ensuring that the vehicle is in a safe operating condition and meeting state requirements. • Kneels Down For 10 Seconds, Turns Head To Look Under A The Bus And Returns To A Standing Position Within 5 Seconds (This Must Be Performed Twice Within 60 Seconds.) for the purpose of safely operating a bus. • Moves Right Foot Back And Forth Between Throttle And Brake 5 Times Within 10 Seconds While Sitting And Looking Forward for the purpose of safely operating the bus. • Opens And Closes The Bus Door, Activates The 4 Way Hazard Lights And Activates The Right / Left Turn Signals Within 15 Seconds While Sitting And Looking Forward for the purpose of safely operating the bus. • Picks Up And Carries A 50 Pound Object 35 Feet Within 20 Seconds From Bus Seat (16 Inches) for the purpose of assisting a student in a possible emergency. • Prepares documentation (e.g. incident reports, daily pre-trip inspections report, student count, passenger misconduct, daily mileage, etc.) for the purpose of providing written support and/or conveying information for safety of students, audit trail, time worked and equipment maintenance. • Supervises students, bus aides, parents and/or teachers during transit for the purpose of maintaining safety.
Other Functions: • Assists other personnel as may be required for the purpose of supporting them in the completion of their work activities.