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Main responsibilities-Bus Garage Supervisor job description [cont]

Bus Garage Supervisor job description-Main responsibilities

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities-Bus Garage Supervisor job description

To all operations of the bus garage are effectively carried out to provide efficient and safe transportation for the students and staff

1. Arrives to work on time and attends work on a regular basis with days missed not

affecting the quality of transportation services.

 

2. Devotes the time and energy needed to complete tasks.

3. Establishes, implements, and supervises effective transportation and maintenance

processes.

 

4. Promotes and maintains effective use of the proper chain of command.

5. Attends meetings necessary to carry out quality services to the district.

6. Conducts meetings with bus garage personnel to ensure quality services to the

district.

 

7. Delegates authority and responsibility effectively; guides but does not micro-manage.

8. Distinguishes between prime and trivial problems.

9. Explores and considers alternative solutions before making decisions and

recommendations.

10. Makes decisions and recommendations based upon available facts and/or data.

11. When appropriate, knows when to ask for help and includes supervisor in decision

making processes.

Bus Garage Supervisor job description

QUALIFICATIONS:

1. Must hold a valid School Bus Driving License.

2. Experience and skills in the maintenance and repair of gas and diesel engines found in school buses and other vehicles company owned or leased by the school district.

3. Any other alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board may find appropriate and acceptable.

12. Makes timely decisions that are well-defined, objective, and lead to successful and

practical results.

13. Establishes or realigns priorities when change occurs and adapting to such changes in

a positive manner.

14. Demonstrates ability to work and communicate effectively with the general public

and school district employees.

15. Demonstrates effective written communication skills which are clear and concise.

16. Is considerate, courteous, and treats others with respect.

 

17. Maintains confidentiality in matters involving personnel and students.

18. Maintains poise in stressful situations while continuing to function in a professional

manner.

19. Is equally accessible to personnel, students, or parents.

20. Ensures compliance with all federal, state, and local laws and regulations regarding

school transportation and the maintenance and operation of the bus garage.

21. 21-2-131 (a) (i) Establishes and maintains minimum standards for persons involved

in the operation of school buses inclusive of supervising such personnel whose duties

involve the transporting of pupils.

 

 

 

 

22. 21-2-131 (b) (i) develops and implements a preventative transportation safety

process inclusive of ensuring all school buses undergo a safety inspection not less

than two (2) times each school year, with one (1) inspection conducted by a person

not employed by the school district. A copy of the inspection reports shall be filed

with the local school district.

23. 21-3-131 (b) (ii) Develops and implements a preventative transportation safety

process inclusive of ensuring all school bus operators perform a daily pre-trip

inspection of their vehicles and report promptly any defect or deficiency discovered

that may affect the safety of the vehicle’s operation or result in its mechanical

breakdown. Documentation of the inspections shall be submitted weekly and

 

retained on file with the school district for a period of one (1) year.

24. 21-3-131 (b) (iii) Develops and implements a preventative transportation safety

process inclusive of ensuring operators of school buses equipped with lap belts

shall wear a properly secured lap belt at all times the vehicle is in motion.

25. 21-3-131 (b) (iv) Develops and implements a preventative transportation safety

process inclusive of ensuring passengers in Type A school buses equipped with

factory installed lap belts wear a properly secured lap belt at all times the

vehicle is in motion.

26. 21-3-131 (b) (vi) Develops and implements a preventative transportation safety

process ensuring school bus routing and seating plans shall be coordinated to

eliminate standing passengers or exceeding the manufacturer’s rating capacity for the

school bus.

27. 21-3-131 (b) (vii) Develops and implements a preventative transportation safety

process ensuring school buses operate with lighted headlamps at all times the

vehicle is in motion.

28. 21-3-131 (b) (viii) Develops and implements a preventative transportation safety

process ensuring the service door of the school bus shall remain closed at all times

the vehicle is in motion.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

29. As a designated and certified Department of Transportation drug testing official,

carries out notification process for required random drug testing for bus drivers.

30. As a designated and certified Department of Transportation drug testing official,

determines reasonable suspicion of drug or alcohol use by bus drivers and follows

proper procedure for testing of such individuals.

31. Demonstrates promptness and accuracy in completing required Inventory Fuel, Fuel

Delivery, and Manual Tank Fuel Gauging EPA records to Assistant Superintendent

of Business, Finance, Transportation, Technology, and Food Services.

 

32. Develops and administers a transportation scheduling and bus routes to meet all the

requirements of the daily instructional program and extra-curricular activities

ensuring no problems or interruptions to the educational program.

33. Ensures a fair and equitable rotation schedule system is devised and implemented for

extra-duty/activity bus driving assignments.

34. Carries out the responsibility for keeping all district vehicles in such a state of

operating excellence that no or minimal problems or interruptions to the educational

program occur.

35. Supervises the diagnosing, assigning, and repairing of district vehicles and

equipment.

36. Maintains a current inventory of supplies and equipment.

37. Establishes an efficient and effective system of routine vehicle maintenance and

preventative care.

38. Sets up and supervises a system for the receipt and issuance of parts and supplies and

the keeping of records and inventories.

39. Lays out, assigns, supervises, and inspects the work of the mechanic(s) in the overhaul and repair of district vehicle equipment.

 

 

 

 

 

40. Assists in the recruitment, screening, and provides initial and on-going training, of bus drivers and bus garage personnel.

41. Evaluates bus drivers and bus garage personnel.

42. Ensures high standards of safety and good housekeeping methods in all work-connected areas.

43. Properly supervises and verifies time cards of bus drivers and bus garage personnel.

44. Works with bus drivers, building principals, students and parents to resolve bus discipline complaints, concerns, and special requests.

45. Makes recommendations for future equipment and personnel needs.

46. Strives to keep current with trends directly related to his/her position and

accompanying duties by attending appropriate in-service training, workshops etc.

47. Other duties, as may, from time to time be assigned by supervisor.