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Van Driver (4 Hours Per Day)

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9/3/2013
Lydia Taylor
951-922-0203
2
9.65 months
Part Time
9/11/2013 4:00 PM Pacific
$11.37 per hour (year 1) - $14.51 per hour (year 6) Longevity credit at year 8, 10 and 15
Date Posted:
9/3/2013
Application Deadline:
9/11/2013 4:00 PM Pacific
Employment Type:
Part Time
Length of Work Year:
9.65 months
Salary:
$11.37 per hour (year 1) - $14.51 per hour (year 6) Longevity credit at year 8, 10 and 15
Number Openings: (At time of posting)
2
Contact: Lydia Taylor Email: ltaylor@banning.k12.ca.us Phone: 951-922-0203
In accordance with Board Policy BP 4111 (Personnel) and Personnel Commission Rule 40.100; the Board of Trustees desires to employ the most highly qualified and appropriate person available for each position in order to improve student achievement and efficiency in district operations.
Because we are a public agency tasked with protecting children, we follow a "limited tolerance" policy in regards to employing people with conviction records.
In accordance with Board Policy BP 4111 (Personnel) and Personnel Commission Rule 40.100; the Board of Trustees desires to employ the most highly qualified and appropriate person available for each position in order to improve student achievement and efficiency in district operations.
Because we are a public agency tasked with protecting children, we follow a "limited tolerance" policy in regards to employing people with conviction records.
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BANNING UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PERSONNEL COMMISSION VAN DRIVER Job Description Position: Van Driver Reports to: Director of Maintenance, Operations & Transportation Approved: School Board: October 23, 2008 Personnel Commission: November 17, 2008 Recommended Salary: Range 31 – Step 1 $11.34 per hour Step 7 $14.62 per hour Longevity Credit at year 8, 10, and year 15 DEFINITION Under general supervision, to operate a car or van in transporting students, safely and efficiently, to and from school; to drive students to and from special events without designated routes; and to perform related work as required. CLASS CHARACTERISTICS Positions in this class perform car and van driving duties over mountainous terrain and under extremes of weather. Incumbents are expected to make decisions pertaining to the safety of student riders relevant to road and climate conditions affecting safety. Cooperative route changes may be made by incumbents in order to maximize the efficiency of remote area coverage. Cooperative changes in routes may be accomplished to cover incumbent absences. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES • Drives a car or van daily or as assigned over designated mountainous routes in accordance with time schedules, picking up and/or discharging students; • Maintains cars and vans in a clean and safe condition, such as cleaning, sweeping and washing cars and vans. • Maintains good order among students in the car or van while waiting at the bus stops; • Follows District policies regarding the disciplining of students; • May fuel cars and/or vans; • May leave car or van at end of route, securing car or van and/or driving District car or van to District. • Instructs students in various aspects of passenger and pedestrian safety; • If passengers are handicapped, provides special care and assistance as appropriate; • Keeps records of the operation of assigned car or van as required by the District; • Completes daily reports on the operating condition and/or defects of an assigned car or van; • Conducts daily safety inspections of assigned car or van before beginning the route; • Attends retraining and driver’s skills improvement sessions as assigned; • Administers first aid to students; • Maintains current knowledge of federal, state, city and District regulations applicable to the position; • Performs related work as required. REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION High School Diploma or GED Possession of a valid and appropriate California Driver’s License A DMV print-out (H6 with a ten year history) good driving record Fingerprint Clearance through the California Department of Justice and the FBI Tuberculosis Clearance Current First Aide Card Drug Screening QUALIFICATIONS Knowledge of: Provisions of the California Motor Vehicle Code, the California Education Code, and current City and District regulations applicable to the operation of cars and vans in transporting students and faculty; Operation of a car and van; Basic first aid; Basic car and van maintenance procedures; Simple record keeping; Appropriate safety precautions and procedures. Ability to: Maintain cars and vans in a clean and safe condition; Maintain simple records; Monitor and control student passengers’ behavior; Perform first aid, as needed; Operate a car or van observing legal and defensive driving practices; Understand and carry out oral and written instructions; Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE Any combination of training, education and experience which demonstrates possession of the knowledge and abilities stated above and the ability to perform the duties of the position; and Completion of coursework as described above. PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS Light Work: Lifting, pushing and/or pulling objects normally does not exceed 50 pounds and is an infrequent aspect of the job. Mobility: Positions in this class require the mobility to stand, stoop, reach and bend. Vision: Positions in this class require vision (which may be corrected) to read small print.

Requirements for Applying

All applicants must have the following: 1. High School Diploma or GED 2. Valid and appropriate California Driver's License 3. A current H6 DMV print-out (ten year history) with a good driving record. 4. Current First Aide Card

      Requirements for Applying

      All applicants must have the following: 1. High School Diploma or GED 2. Valid and appropriate California Driver's License 3. A current H6 DMV print-out (ten year history) with a good driving record. 4. Current First Aide Card

          MUST PASS THE DISTRICT WRITTEN EXAM AND ORAL QUALIFICATIONS APPRAISAL - Applicants that pass the initial screening will be notified of the examination date.The written exam will cover vehicle operation, safety, driving terminology, traffic laws, childcare and reading comprehension. The minimum score for the written exam and the oral appraisal is 80%. The written exam and the oral appraisal will each count for 50% of the total score. Applicants selected for hire must have livescan clearance from the Department of Justice and the FBI. This position is part of the California School Employees Association (CSEA) bargaining unit.

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          Application Deadline: 9/11/2013 4:00 PM Pacific

          MUST PASS THE DISTRICT WRITTEN EXAM AND ORAL QUALIFICATIONS APPRAISAL - Applicants that pass the initial screening will be notified of the examination date.The written exam will cover vehicle operation, safety, driving terminology, traffic laws, childcare and reading comprehension. The minimum score for the written exam and the oral appraisal is 80%. The written exam and the oral appraisal will each count for 50% of the total score. Applicants selected for hire must have livescan clearance from the Department of Justice and the FBI. This position is part of the California School Employees Association (CSEA) bargaining unit.

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