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Transportation Supervisor – Marion City Schools

Duties:

Overview:

 

Has responsibility for the effective operation of the department. Is expected to create a shared vision and clear goals for their department and maintain a positive climate; employ effective decision-making skills; manage and allocate resources to support critical work priorities; develop the effectiveness of staff and engage in varied two-way communication with students, district staff, parents and community.

 

Performance Responsibilities:

 

Directs and coordinates all transportation operations for the district; supervises all transportation personnel; interacts with all building principals and district staff; ensures the maintenance and operation of all transportation equipment (buses, vans, etc.) for the district.

 

Elements of Each Standard

  1. Ensuring High Levels of Staff Performance:

o             Lead selection, hiring of qualified drivers, placement and performance of staff including making contract recommendations when appropriate

o             Conducts professional development and training for all department employees

o             Recruits and maintains a list of substitute drivers and utilizes substitutes as needed

o             Evaluates all staff and makes recommendations for continued employment in the district

  1. Resource Management:

o             Maintains all records and state reports for district fleet of buses and drivers

o             Annually prepares a time schedule and bus routes for all district and parochial schools; maintains a map for each school with pick-up points clearly delineated; works with district administrators to adjust schedules for weather emergencies, etc.

o             Maintains an up to date list of students transported on each bus and adjusts routes or schedules based on numbers of students being served

o             Oversees and is accountable for the operation and use of all buses in the district fleet as well as operating resources such as tools, parts, gasoline, etc.

o             Evaluate and approve timesheets in accordance with negotiated agreement

o             Budget and manage department resources in a manner which allows for the effective and efficient operation of the department

  1. Safety:

o             Provides training and ensures staff follows proper safety policies and procedures established by the district, the Ohio Department of Education, and the State Highway Patrol

o             Ensures that all buses are safe and in good mechanical condition; regularly inspects buses for safety and maintenance throughout the school year

o             Oversees security cameras for buses to ensure safety as the top priority for the district; coordinates student bus-related discipline issues with the driver and respective school administrator

o             Continually keeps abreast of changes and improvements in the transportation system that will contribute to greater safety

  1. Communication:

o             Effectively communicates with transportation staff to ensure high levels of service

o             Directs all communication with parents and community regarding bus routes, times, stops, etc.

o             Communicates with district staff regarding scheduling of field trips and athletic events

o             Maintains open lines of communication with district administrators to ensure transportation systems operate effectively

o             Receives all phone calls/emails from the public pertaining to bus routing, pick-up points, and transportation problems

o             Works actively with parents and staff to effectively resolve issues and concerns

  1. Policy adherence:

o             Ensure the department compliance with all applicable board policies and guidelines

o             Administer the transportation department in accordance with the collective bargaining    agreement

o             Ensure compliance for the district with all applicable policies given by the Ohio Department of

o             Education, the Ohio Revised Code, and the State Highway Patrol.

 

Experience Required:

High school diploma, knowledge of transportation routing software.

Good technical skills and working knowledge of rules and regulations pertaining to Ohio School Bus Transportation.                                                         Previous managerial or supervisor experience.

Class B CDL and School Bus Endorsement (preferred)

 

Wage or Salary: Salary Based on Experience Approximate Work Hours or Days: 260 Days

 

How to Apply:

If you are interested in being considered for this position you must apply online at www.marioncityschools.org prior to 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 8, 2023. Follow links: District/Work at Marion City/Apply at Marion City Schools/Apply Now for External Administrative Positions/Administration/Transportation Supervisor/Apply Job #18341/Login to existing account or if you do not have an account select Start to begin the process. If you have any questions please Julie Kenney, Director of Personnel via email.  jkenney@mcspresidents.org

 

Posting End Date: 2023-02-08

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