The Driver (BD) will be responsible for providing participants and residents with safe and timely transportation to and from their homes, community events, and medical appointments. It is also the role of the BD to: guarantee that the bus is clean and in proper working condition at all times; determine and follow safe and efficient bus routes and maintain all transportation records required by the organization.
Responsible for transporting people from one place to another for work, errands, appointments, or other reasons. Provide transportation for participates in a safe and responsible manner by way of NCC vehicle.
Perform daily safety and inspection checks of company vehicles.
Arranges for and ensures completion of routine maintenance of bus (e.g., oil change); transporting the bus to and from maintenance and/or repair facilities.
Report any observe issues/inconsistencies of vehicle or encounters while transporting clients to the Coordinator of Transportation.
Assist in emergency evacuation of clients and residents as needed.
Operates bus in such a way that road and safety regulations are always followed; reports any traffic violations to the Director immediately.
Routinely inventories bus emergency and first aid supplies and equipment, reports needs to the Director, or delegated staff person.
Keeps the bus clean and free of debris; follows other bus cleaning procedures.
In the event of an accident, assures that medical emergency procedures are followed; completes a written accident report as required by delegate's procedure and other authorities.
Participates in the agency's self-evaluation process and grantee monitoring visits, as requested, and complies with any Program Improvement Plans developed.
Other related duties as required by supervisor.
High School graduate or equivalent
Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) with passenger endorsement
Five (5) or more years of working as a driver