School Bus Drivers LTHT, Hourly

Employer
Ulster County BOCES
Location
New Paltz, NY, US
Salary
Competitive

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Job Details

Position Type:
Other, Continuing Ed & Summer Staff, Incidentals/SUBSTITUTE SCHOOL BUS DRIVER

Date Posted:
11/23/2022

Location:
ADM: Transportation

Closing Date:
12/13/2022

Ulster BOCES is seeking School Bus Drivers for on-call, hourly positions. Candidates must possess a New York State Class B Commercial Driver's License, with both Passenger and School Endorsements, and no Air Brake restriction. They must also meet all New York State Article 19-A, State Education Department, and Department of Transportation requirements. The ideal candidate obeys all traffic laws and observes all mandatory safety regulations for school buses, maintains discipline when students are on bus, remains familiar with proper driving techniques and new vehicle and/or traffic regulations. This person in this position will be conducting pre-check of bus before leaving, operating bus on a time schedule or on assigned trips, transporting authorized students only, picking up and discharging students at authorized stops, enforcing regulations against smoking or eating on the bus, exercising responsible leadership when on out-of-district school trips, reporting undisciplined students to the proper authority, notifying the proper authority in case of mechanical failure or lateness, reporting all accidents in detail and completing required reports, keeping assigned bus clean, sweeping daily, keeping windows and mirrors clear at all times, never leaving bus unattended with students or keys in it, filling out daily reports of mileage, defects, incidents and bus condition to be turned in at end of day or trip, fueling bus as needed, checks engine oil and fluid levels. Other duties will also be performed as directed by the immediate supervisor.

All Civil Service laws, rules and regulations apply. Fingerprinting required.

Civil Service Classification: Non-Competitive. Merit and fitness competitive examination does not apply.

COMPENSATION:
$25.00 per hour

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
The work involves the operation of a school bus or van. The operator is responsible for the safety and conduct of the children who are passengers. The
work is performed under general supervision with considerable leeway allowed the operator in carrying out the details of the work. Supervision over the work of others is not normally a function of this class. Does related work as required.

WORK SCHEDULE:
Substitute (on call), Hourly positions

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
The typical work activities listed below, while providing representative examples of the variety of work assignments in the title, do not describe any individual position. Incumbents in this title may perform some or all of the following as well as other related activities not described.
  • Operates a school bus on a regular schedule or on special occasions;
  • Checks the operating condition of the bus before starting on a trip;
  • Reports any operational defect to immediate superior;
  • Informs children about safety practices;
  • Maintains orderly conduct of children on bus;
  • Keeps interior and exterior of vehicle clean and neat;
  • Maintains records of mileage, routes, times and incidents;
  • Prepares and maintains maps of routes and pick-up points;
  • May be required to operate a van or other similar vehicle;
  • May be required to perform minor maintenance tasks on the vehicle;
  • May operate a two-way radio;
  • May exchange information with caretakers, parents or school personnel regarding students.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Possession of the appropriate New York State Driver's License;
2. Drivers must be at least twenty-one (21) years of age;
3. Clean CDL license
4. All forms for article 19-A of DMV

AGENCY OVERVIEW

Our Mission:
At Ulster BOCES, our mission is to provide high quality shared educational, administrative, and technical services that will enable component school districts to develop the capacity of their students and adults to achieve higher standards of performance. With an emphasis on economic efficiencies, Ulster BOCES is committed to offering educational programs that enable all students to prepare for employment and/or post-secondary education.

The Ulster County Board of Cooperative Education Services is an educational agency serving eight component school districts. They are: Ellenville Central School District • Highland Central School District • Kingston City Schools Consolidated • New Paltz Central School District • Onteora Central School District • Rondout Valley Central School District • Saugerties Central School District • Wallkill Central School District

Equal Opportunity Employer

Ulster County Board of Cooperative Education Services Non-Discrimination Statement

The Board of Cooperative Educational Services, Sole Supervisory District of Ulster County ("BOCES"), does not discriminate on the basis of an individual's actual or perceived race, color, creed, religion, religious practice, national origin, ethnic group, sex (including sexual harassment and sexual violence), gender identity, sexual orientation ("sexual orientation" means heterosexuality, homosexuality, bisexuality, or asexuality), political affiliation, age, marital status, military status, veteran status, disability, weight, domestic violence victim status, arrest or conviction record, genetic predisposition or carrier status or any other legally protected status in regard to employment opportunities or educational/vocational programs or activities which it operates. All inquiries regarding BOCES Non-Discrimination policies and/or complaints regarding violation(s) of these policies should be directed to the BOCES Compliance Officer, Dr. Jonah Schenker, Deputy Superintendent in one of the following manners:

By E-Mail: complianceofficer@ulsterboces.org
By Mail: 175 Route 32 North, New Paltz, New York, 12561
By Telephone: (845) 255-1400

Inquiries concerning the application of Title IX and its implementing regulation and/or complaints regarding violation(s) of these provisions can be referred to the Department of Education, Office of Civil Rights, 32 Old Slip, 26th Floor, New York, NY 10005-2500, Telephone: (646) 428-3900, FAX: (646) 428-3843; TDD: (800) 877-8339; E-Mail: OCR.NewYork@ed.gov.

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OUR MISSION

Our mission is to provide high quality shared educational, administrative, and technical services that enable component districts to develop the capacity in their students and adults to achieve higher standards of performance. With an emphasis on economic efficiencies, Ulster BOCES is committed to offering educational programs that enable all students to prepare for employment and/or post-secondary education.

WHAT IS A BOCES

BOCES, or Boards of Cooperative Educational Services, were created in 1948 by the New York State legislature. They operate as extensions of local school districts to help them meet their educational and financial goals by offering shared educational programs and services.

The Board of Regents and Commissioner of Education have also charged the 37 BOCES in New York State with providing leadership and developing the capacity of local schools to enhance and improve student achievement. The chief executive officer of a BOCES also serves as the District Superintendent and works closely with local school districts as both a liaison to and agent of the New York State Commissioner of Education.

WHO WE SERVE

Ulster BOCES serves the eight public school districts in Ulster County. Our programs and services benefit almost every student, teacher, administrator, business, and taxpayer in Ulster County. Partnerships between all of the public schools is fostered by school leadership and provides extensive benefits to our communities, students, and taxpayers.

HOW IT WORKS

BOCES opens doors to innovative and exciting programs in a manner that is effective, efficient, and fosters equity for all students. A BOCES program or service is created when two or more school districts have similar needs that can be met through sharing. This is an economical way for districts to provide opportunities they otherwise might not be able to afford or that would be more expensive to provide independently. BOCES programs and services eliminate duplication of such things as staff time, space, and equipment. BOCES staff members also have particular skills and expertise related to each of the programs and services offered, making participation an effective option for districts.

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Telephone
845-255-1400
Location
175 Route 32 N
New Paltz
NY
12561
United States
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