Maintenance / Custodial / Bus Driver at Alpine County Unified & Alpine County Office of Education (Markleeville outside Lake Tahoe) | EDJOIN

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Maintenance / Custodial / Bus Driver at Alpine County Unified & Alpine County Office of Education (Markleeville outside Lake Tahoe)

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About the Employer

District Vision Students are prepared and inspired citizens making positive choices.

Job Information

Date Posted: 7/6/2022 Application Deadline: Until Filled
Employment Type: Full Time Length of Work Year: Full time (260 Days / 8 hours per day)
Salary: $18.21- $21.92 / HR DOE / $2,500 Signing Bonus Number Openings: (At time of posting) 1
Contact: Lia Story Email: lstory@alpinestudents.org
Phone: (530) 694-2230

Job Summary

Job Summary

$2,500 Signing Bonus If you do not have a valid class B with passenger and air breaks license the District will pay for training and licensing.

Job Description / Essential Elements: Print   
Alpine County Unified School District BUS DRIVER / MAINTENANCE / CUSTODIAN DEFINITION: Under direction of the Maintenance Lead/Bus Driver and/or Superintendent, performs a wide variety of maintenance, custodial, and bus driver duties; and does other work as required by site administrator when assigned. TYPICAL TASKS: Bus Driver: Transports only authorized students and other personnel obeying all traffic laws, keeping safety of children in mind at all times; maintains discipline on bus; reports undisciplined students to proper authority; discharges students only at authorized stops, escorts children across streets and highways; performs bus inspections as required by federal, state and local rules and regulations; notifies Maintenance Lead/Bus Driver of any deficiency in the bus; refuels bus and keeps a detailed record; keeps substitute bus driver informed of changes in schedules; keeps interior and exterior of bus clean; works with California Highway Patrol assisting with periodic bus inspections; performs emergency bus evacuation drills; reports accidents and completes required reports; and exercises responsible leadership when on out-of-district school trips. Maintenance/Custodian: Responsible for cleanliness, sanitation, and safe conditions of the school plant during school year and during vacations; supervises student or summer help as assigned; maintains cleanliness of all floors and carpeting, furniture, counters, wood work and windows, restrooms and locker rooms on a regular schedule; empties garbage cans and disposes of trash; sweeps sidewalks and cleans parking lots and play areas; removes snow and ice hazards from school sidewalks and other areas as necessary for the safety of students and personnel; helps to set up equipment for all types of special events including school functions; maintains lawn areas; cares for trees and shrubs; repairs and maintains buildings, fixtures and equipment with hand tools; reports needed major repair needs to school equipment to Maintenance Lead/Bus Driver; reports to other school sites as requested by Maintenance Lead/Bus Driver; performs other job related tasks assigned by Maintenance Lead or as emergencies arise. EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS: Knowledge of: Bus Driver -- Safe driving practices and the provisions of the California Motor Vehicle Code as applicable to the operation of vehicles in the transportation school children. Maintenance/Custodian -- Equipment and materials used in the care of school facilities. BUS DRIVER/MAINTENANCE/CUSTODIAN Page Two Ability to: Bus Driver -- Obtain a California School Bus Driver's Certificate and adjacent state certificate if students are transported out-of-state; obtain a First Aid Certificate issued by the American Red Cross or pass equivalent test administered by the California Highway Patrol; maintain a safe bus driving record; follow oral and written directions; establish and maintain effective working relationships with children; and to perform strenuous physical work on schedule and without immediate supervision. Maintenance/Custodian -- Follow oral and written directions; establish and maintain effective working relationships with children; and to perform strenuous physical work on schedule as assigned by immediate supervisor. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: Good work history, demonstrating reliability and responsibility; a valid California Motor Vehicle Operator's License with a good driver's record and with experience on snowy and icy roads; operation of heavy vehicles is preferred; custodial and/or maintenance experience is desirable. Graduate of high school or equivalent general background and training. Adopted: 7/17/90 Revised: 9/9/92 7/2000 Word/P/F/Job/Bus Driver-Maintenance-Custodian

Requirements / Qualifications

Requirements / Qualifications

Under the direction of the Manager of Maintenance, Transportation and Operations: As Bus Driver -- operates a school bus over a designated route in transporting students safely and efficiently to and from school and special events; performs pre-trip inspection of all fluids, bus brakes, tires, emergency exits, lights, instruments, emergency equipment, and general operability; performs cleaning activities of interior and exterior surfaces of bus. As Maintenance/Custodian – performs both custodial and general maintenance work contributing to the cleanliness, maintenance work in addition to custodial work, including but not limited to: minor plumbing repairs, furniture and equipment repairs, heating systems adjustments, painting, grounds keeping, irrigation, and other building fixture repairs. Changes lights throughout assigned area of the building. Keeps premises of school (classrooms, halls, office areas) in clean and orderly condition. Moves furniture and other equipment between buildings as necessary. Operates floor scrubbers, vacuum cleaners, buffers, carpet extractor, and other powered cleaning equipment. Daily routine: Open doors, turn on lights, cleans/sweeps/mops floors, vacuum rugs, buffs waxed surfaces, sets up for breakfast and lunch programs, empties trash, moves supplies, equipment and materials as needed. Performs heavier cleaning, stripping, waxing floors, carpet shampooing, moving furniture and painting during school holiday breaks and summer months. and does other work as required by site administrator when assigned. QUALIFICATIONS: Required: 1. High school diploma or equivalent. 2. Good work history, demonstrating reliability and responsibility. 3. A valid California Motor Vehicle Operator's License with a good driver's record and with experience on snowy and icy roads. Desired: 1. Operation of heavy vehicles is preferred. 2. Custodial and/or maintenance experience is desirable.

Under the direction of the Manager of Maintenance, Transportation and Operations: As Bus Driver -- operates a school bus over a designated route in transporting students safely and efficiently to and from school and special events; performs pre-trip inspection of all fluids, bus brakes, tires, emergency exits, lights, instruments, emergency equipment, and general operability; performs cleaning activities of interior and exterior surfaces of bus. As Maintenance/Custodian – performs both custodial and general maintenance work contributing to the cleanliness, maintenance work in addition to custodial work, including but not limited to: minor plumbing repairs, furniture and equipment repairs, heating systems adjustments, painting, grounds keeping, irrigation, and other building fixture repairs. Changes lights throughout assigned area of the building. Keeps premises of school (classrooms, halls, office areas) in clean and orderly condition. Moves furniture and other equipment between buildings as necessary. Operates floor scrubbers, vacuum cleaners, buffers, carpet extractor, and other powered cleaning equipment. Daily routine: Open doors, turn on lights, cleans/sweeps/mops floors, vacuum rugs, buffs waxed surfaces, sets up for breakfast and lunch programs, empties trash, moves supplies, equipment and materials as needed. Performs heavier cleaning, stripping, waxing floors, carpet shampooing, moving furniture and painting during school holiday breaks and summer months. and does other work as required by site administrator when assigned. QUALIFICATIONS: Required: 1. High school diploma or equivalent. 2. Good work history, demonstrating reliability and responsibility. 3. A valid California Motor Vehicle Operator's License with a good driver's record and with experience on snowy and icy roads. Desired: 1. Operation of heavy vehicles is preferred. 2. Custodial and/or maintenance experience is desirable.

       


      Application Deadline

      Until Filled

      Date Posted

      7/6/2022

      Contact

      Lia Story
      (530) 694-2230

      Number of Openings

      1

      Salary

      $18.21- $21.92 / HR DOE / $2,500 Signing Bonus

      Length of Work Year

      Full time (260 Days / 8 hours per day)

      Employment Type

      Full Time