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Springville Griffith Institute CSD

Position Title      School (Bus) Dispatcher 

The Springville-GI school district is seeking a School (Bus) Dispatcher.   Full-time position with benefits and starting salary between $40-$45K/year, commensurate with experience. 

Dispatching experience and possession of a valid NYS Driver’s Class B License with a “P” endorsement desired. 

Send a cover letter and resume to Ann Rugg, Transportation Supervisor, Springville CSD, 307 Newman Street, Springville, NY  14141 no later than Friday, April 20.



Springville Griffith Institute CSD

Position Title      Shop Lead Mechanic

The Springville-GI school district is seeking a Shop Lead Mechanic. Full-time position with benefits and starting salary per negotiated contract. 

Mechanical and Supervisory experience along with the possession of a valid NYS Driver’s Class B License with “P S” endorsements desired. 

Send a cover letter and resume to Ann Rugg, Transportation Supervisor, Springville CSD, 307 Newman Street, Springville, NY  14141 no later than Friday, April 20.


EAST IRONDEQUOIT CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT

Position Title      AUTOMOTIVE MECHANIC
 
QUALIFICATIONS:  
•    High School Degree or GED AND/OR 2 Years college with specialization in Automotive Technology.
•    One year of experience as a journeyman automotive mechanic in a standard repair shop and completion of a standard high school course; or any equivalent combinatio
n of experience and training. 
•    Three years experience in the operation of a motor vehicle for personal or business purposes.
•    Possession of a current Class B commercial driver’s license with a P (Passenger) endorsement and S (School Bus) endorsement, issued by the State of New York at the time of appointment (Preferred).

•    Must obtain Class B commercial driver’s license with a P (Passenger) endorsement and S (School Bus) endorsement within six months after being hired (if not licensed at time of hire).
•    Must meet all other State and Federal pre-employment requirements of the position prior to employment.
•    Good knowledge of standard automotive repair methods and of the terminology and tools of the trade; good knowledge of the operation of buses; demonstrated ability to make the repairs to automotive and other mechanical equipment; some knowledge of the machinist trade; ability to work from plans and specifications and to follow rough sketches and oral instructions; ability to lay out work for self and others; dependability; manual dexterity; good physical condition.
•    Supply own basic tool set.

If you are interested in applying for this position, please submit a letter of interest and current resume to
Kathy Callon, Transportation Director   kathy_callon@eastiron.monroe.edu
EAST IRONDEQUOIT CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT
600 PARDEE ROAD   
ROCHESTER, NY  14609

For more information:  https://eirondequoit.recruitfront.com/JobPostingLocation?LID=11240IS


CLARKSTOWN CSD

Position Title      SCHOOL TRANSPORTATION SAFETY PROGRAM COORDINATOR

DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS:
This is responsible work which involves researching, planning, developing and coordinating programs for school transportation safety and for improving driver training along with improving public awareness. Such programs would include educating the public, school administrators, drivers and students on all aspects of school bus safety. The work is performed under the direct supervision of a director of transportation. Does related work as required.

 
TYPICAL WORK ACTIVITIES:
Plans transportation safety programs and/or training for both public and non-public schools; Conducts meetings with various schools and community groups to communicate district policies and programs regarding bus transportation and bus safety; Works with administrators, students, transportation personnel, school bus drivers and school bus attendants in developing a transportation safety program; Conducts driver training for district drivers and new drivers, including state mandated road test(s); Maintains records and files to comply with requirements of the State Education Department, the Department of Motor Vehicles, the Department of Transportation and the Board of Education; \Assists the director with establishing bus routes and bus stops; Assists in investigating inquiries from parents relating to school bus safety issues; May operate a school bus as determined or directed by the director.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Graduation from high school or possession of an equivalency diploma and
1. Four (4) years of paid work experience in pupil transportation such as a bus driver or dispatcher,  which involved bus safety; and
2. Current, valid certification as an Examiner as determined by the Department of Motor Vehicles.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENT: Possession of a valid driver's license appropriate for the vehicle to be driven.
It is the responsibility of the appointing authority to verify the validity and appropriateness of the license.

QUALIFIED CANDIDATES PLEASE EMAIL RESUME TO Rcarrasquillo@ccsd.edu

CLARKSTOWN CSD

Position Title      School Bus Dispatcher

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Graduation from high school or possession of an equivalency diploma; and two (2) years of paid work experience which involved planning vehicle routes, scheduling drivers and dispatching vehicles. Such experience must have included or been supplemented by at least one (1) year of office clerical, record-keeping work experience. NOTES: 1. If the incumbent is required to drive a school bus, the appointing authority shall have the responsibility for verification of the appropriate driver's license for the vehicle(s) being operated. 2. If examiner duties are required, it shall also be the responsibility of the appointing authority to ensure proper certification as an examiner (as defined by the Department of Motor Vehicle Law, Section 6.16).
 
*Provisional Status – An appointment in the competitive class for which there is no eligible list or the list has fewer than (3) names.  The appointee must take and pass an appropriate examination and be reachable for appointment from the resulting eligible list.  Your Civil Service probationary period of eight to twenty six weeks will begin once you are appointed from an eligible list.  Your Civil Service permanent status cannot be achieved until the aforementioned criteria are met. 

**Civil Service positions will be filled consistent with Rockland County Department of Personnel’s requirements.  Civil Service eligible list will be canvassed if applicable.   
 
Qualified interested personnel should respond in writing.  Please include a current resume.   TO: sbyrne@ccsd.edu



JOHNSON CITY DISTRICT

Position Title: 
ASSISTANT SUPERVISOR OF TRANSPORTATION

QUALIFICATIONS: 

A) Graduation from a regionally accredited or New York State registered college or university with an Associate’s Degree or higher and two years of experience in a transportation program which included the operation of a bus and the scheduling and/or dispatching of vehicles;
OR

B) Graduation from high school or possession of an equivalency diploma and four years of experience in a transportation program which included the operation of a bus and the scheduling or dispatching of vehicles.


SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
    1) Certification by the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles as a 19A Certified Examiner: AND
    2) Possession of SBDI Certificate issued by the New York State Department of Education; AND
    3) Licensure to operate a school bus in accordance with New York State Department of Motor Vehicles requirements – CDL, Class B with “P” (passenger endorsement) and “S” (school bus) endorsement.
   

TO APPLY:  SEND LETTER OF INTEREST AND APPLICATION TO:
  Mary Kay Roland, Superintendent
  Johnson City Central School District
  666 Reynolds Road
  Johnson City, NY  13790


Schuylerville Central Schools 
Image result for Schuylerville Central SchoolsTITLE: Automotive Repairer

Skilled mechanic duties to include but not limited to:

    Routine preventative maintenance on school buses and other vehicles;
    Repairs of both gasoline and diesel motor vehicles;
    Electronic computer diagnostics;
    Service both hydraulic and air brakes;
    Prepare buses for NYS DOT inspections;
    Drive a school bus on an assigned route as needed; and
    Perform a variety of related work as required.

CDL B License with Air Brakes, Endorsements P, S, Preferred but willing to train the right candidate.  Must have own tools.
Salary and benefits package according to CSEA contract.
Interested candidates should send resume and letter of interest to Transportation Supervisor Chuck Barss. 14 Spring Street, Schuylerville, NY 12871 by February 23, 2018.


EAST IRONDEQUOIT CENTRAL SCHOOL DISTRICT 
TITLE: HEAD BUS DRIVER


QUALIFICATIONS:
• Monroe County Civil Service title of Head Bus Driver or eligible for the title

• 2 Years paid full time or part time experience in the operation of a school bus Current Class B commercial driver's license with a P (Passenger) endorsement and S (School Bus) endorsement, issued by the State of New York at the time of appointment
• Must be 21 Years of age in order to be eligible to obtain required driver's license.
• Must meet all other State and Federal pre-employment requirements of the position prior to employment
• 19 - A Examiner certification required
• School Bus Driver Instructor (SBDl) certificate *If these certificates are not held at time of employment they must be obtained within the first year of employment*

REPORTS TO:  Director of Transportation

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Drive a bus on one or more regular routes as required
• Drives a bus on field trips and other special trips as required
• Assists in assigning bus drivers to routes; relays route assignments and other pertinent instructions to subordinate drivers; • Instructs bus drivers on the use/care of equipment in order to ensure driver compliance in such areas as bus cleanliness, proper street crossings, bus stop locations and other related activities and trains new employees, as necessary;
• Professionally answers the phones and relays information to drivers;
• Maintains, either manually or through an automated system, simple records, driver vehicle inspection reports (DVIR), such as mileage, fuel consumption, maintenance records, attendance, etc.;
• Prepares simple reports on driver activities on a monthly basis or as required by district policy;
• Provides input and assistance to the director for preparation of the department budget; • Performs dispatching duties requiring the operation of a two-way radio;
• Assists in the planning and creation of bus routes including homeless student transportation and shuttles; • Provides input to director for staff evaluations;
• May provide behind the wheel training for new bus drivers;
• May conduct yearly road tests of bus drivers as required by law;
• Creates testing schedules;
• Enters and accurately tracks field trips;
• Follows up on and responds to complaints, as needed;
• Uses computer applications or other automated systems such as Bus routing software, spreadsheets, word processing, calendar, e-mail, and database software;
• Receives program requests, develops, and maintains routes.
• Performs other duties as assigned by the Director of Transportation
• Respond to communications from parents and administration

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
Dependability, with a good knowledge of the bus operations, roads and bus routes in the school district; ability to understand, interpret, transmit instructions, and evaluate subordinate personnel; flexible, able to demonstrate empathy, ability to read, write, speak, understand and communicate in English sufficiently to perform the essential duties of the position; excellent customer service skills; ability to use computer applications such as bus routing programs, spreadsheets, word processing, e-mail, payroll, and database software; good judgment, physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position.

TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:
12 month position. Salary and benefits based on negotiated agreement between the East lrondequoit Management Association and the Superintendent of Schools.


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