Top Bus Driver Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Bus Driver. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Bus Driver resumes they appeared on. For example, 19.3% of Bus Driver resumes contained Safety Procedures as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Bus Driver actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Bus Driver resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Safety Procedures

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Here's how Safety Procedures is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Checked all load-related documentation to ensure that it is complete and accurate Followed appropriate safety procedures for transporting goods.
  • Follow traffic laws and state and federal transit regulations and Follow safety procedures Carefully navigate roads.
  • Transported passengers with special disabilities and used correct safety procedures to operate lift and secure wheelchairs.
  • Enforced safety procedures in accordance with District policy and District Regulations.
  • Followed safety procedures daily and effectively communicated any emergencies and alerts
  • Greeted and maintained quality service and enforced daily safety procedures.
  • Complied with traffic regulations to operate vehicles for safety procedures.
  • Followed appropriate safety procedures for transporting passenger to their destinations.
  • Followed appropriate safety procedures for transporting passengers and their needs.
  • Operate tools equipment according to safety procedures.
  • Performed needed safety procedures and kept appropriate records
  • Exercised and enforced required child safety procedures.
  • Complied with Policy EDC-R and emergency safety procedures
  • Followed appropriate safety procedures for transporting children.
  • Maintain proper safety procedures while transporting students.
  • Followed safety procedures ensuring children were safe.
  • Practiced standard safety procedures required for transportation.
  • Followed safety procedures for vehicle operation.
  • Followed and practiced safety procedures.
  • Followed proper safety procedures for maintaining my vehicle such as checking safety equipment, brakes, tires, lights, etc.

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2. Bus Passengers

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Here's how Bus Passengers is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Transported Special Ed and conventional school bus passengers between assigned stops and schools according to specified routes and time schedules.
  • Transported children to field trip destinations, ensured all bus passengers were safely seated and strapped in.
  • Picked up and dropped off bus passengers at school, day care and home.
  • Rendered variety of personal services to bus passengers to make their trip pleasant.
  • Comply with policies and regulations governing the discipline of student bus passengers.
  • Ensured all bus passengers are safely seated and strapped in.
  • Follow the established procedures for the discipline of bus passengers.
  • Strive for the safety of all bus passengers.
  • Ensured all bus passengers are safely seated.
  • Reported any behavioral issues with bus passengers.
  • Drive established routes and interact with bus passengers
  • Prepare trip reports consisting of mileage and gas receipts Ensure all bus passengers are safely seated and strapped in
  • Ensured all bus passengers were safely seated and strapped in their seatbelts.

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3. Vehicle Inspections

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Here's how Vehicle Inspections is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Conducted daily vehicle inspections before and after designated shift to ensure the operational and safety measures are fully functioning.
  • Document rules infractions and/or student misconduct on vehicle inspections to ensure safe operation.
  • Completed detailed commercial vehicle inspections and maintenance of vehicle interiors to safety standards.
  • Transported passengers over specified routes, daily vehicle inspections prior to departure
  • Performed daily vehicle inspections and tracked vehicle mileage according to policy.
  • Transported clients to assigned destinations, and performed daily vehicle inspections
  • Perform daily vehicle inspections Operate commercial vehicle on assigned route
  • Executed daily vehicle inspections while maintaining maintenance reports daily.
  • Performed extensive vehicle inspections and corrected minor infractions.
  • Maintained daily transportation logs and vehicle inspections.
  • Performed daily vehicle inspections per DOT requirements
  • Clean and service limousines with extreme care, Ensure regular working of each equipment by conducting the primary vehicle inspections.
  • Perform vehicle inspections and report any issues that could result in inefficiencies or harm the driver and/or passengers.
  • Performed vehicle inspections daily, maintained route maps, communicated with parents and wrote disciplinary reports as needed.
  • Job Duties: Pickup and delivery of students to and from school; vehicle inspections and daily reporting
  • Performed routine daily vehicle inspections, and kept vehicles up to date of service and operation.
  • Conduct weekly/monthly vehicle inspections and report any conditions, which may create a safety hazard.
  • Conducted vehicle inspections in accordance with safety guidelines set forth by the Department of Transportation.
  • Do daily vehicle inspections to make sure that they have enough fluid and oil.
  • Performed child check/post-trip vehicle inspections making sure all passengers have left the bus.

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4. Pre-Trip Inspections

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Here's how Pre-Trip Inspections is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Handled daily Pre-Trip inspections to ensure that vehicle was ready for service.
  • Perform Pre-Trip Inspections with Bus Condition Reports.
  • Conduct pre-trip inspections and produce post-trip reports detailing mileage and any unusual occurrences.
  • Perform pre-trip inspections and notify mechanics of any vehicle malfunctions.
  • Supervised Students /Maintained Vehicle/Performed Pre-Trip Inspections & Kept Detailed Records
  • Demonstrated all pre-trip inspections and on-the-road commentary.
  • Performed daily safety pre-trip inspections of vehicles.
  • Performed pre-trip inspections and submitted daily paperwork.
  • Performed regular pre-trip inspections of vehicles.
  • Transport students to and from school in a timely and safe manner; Perform daily pre-trip inspections and documents accordingly
  • Preformed pre-trip inspections, Preformed trip routes in timely manner to ensure children were dropped off on time.
  • School bus driver: pre-trip inspections, daily logs, clean bus, transport children to and from school
  • Perform daily pre-trip inspections on assigned vehicle, such as checking oil, water, gas, etc.
  • Perform daily pre-trip inspections, including mechanical functions of vehicle; perform fire drill evacuations as required.
  • Trained Agents and upper management to perform proper pre-trip inspections and how to properly drive the bus.
  • Handled all logistical tasks, including pre-trip inspections, report preparation, trip logs and seating assignments.
  • Operate wheelchair lift, perform pre-trip inspections daily which also includes doing an Air brake test.
  • Perform vehicle maintenance, pre-trip inspections, safety checks, trip reports and maintain vehicle cleanliness.
  • Complete and record daily pre-trip inspections of the bus and report any needed repairs in writing.
  • Performed daily pre-trip inspections of the bus as well as maintained monthly and daily reports.

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5. CDL

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Here's how CDL is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Earned CDL/Class B certification and licensing
  • Substitute School Bus Driver (Class B CDL), Substitute Custodian, Substitute School Monitor, Substitute Teacher's Aide
  • Received Certified Driver's License (CDL) - Class B with a P & S endorsement, no restriction.
  • Monitor Bus Driver's CDL License, CDL physicals, Physical Fitness Form and Physical Performance Standard Forms.
  • Received training that allowed for obtaining a Class B CDL driver's license with passenger endorsement for buses.
  • Obtained commercial Driver's License (CDL) School Bus Driver, Aid to disabled school children.
  • Attended 3 months of special CDL training and took classes to enable me to work with/around children.
  • Obtained Class B CDL: Transported disabled school children to and from their homes and schools safely.
  • Worked as the employee trainer for CDL's as well as performed orientation for all new employees.
  • Obtained CDL and performed daily safety checks on the bus for the security of the students.
  • Operated passenger Alabama Commercial Driver's License (CDL), Class B with P/S Endorsements.
  • Hold a Commercial Driver's License (CDL) with P1 passenger and air brake endorsement.
  • Maintained CDL status and followed the standards set by the state regarding professional driver status.
  • Procured CDL B Class with Passenger Endorsement drivers' license from the state of Illinois.
  • Do other runs(double) Accomplishments Love the kids all ages Skills Used Manage CDL
  • Trained by Lexington One County and obtained my CDL License to operate a passenger bus.
  • Possess a valid WICDL (Commercial Driver's License) and a clean driving record.
  • Obtained my CDL and was the Bus Driver for all daily field trips and excursions.
  • Maintain a class B CDL with Air Brake, Passenger, and School Bus endorsements.
  • Obtained a CDL-B license with school endorsement and remained current on safety requirement courses.

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6. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Provided administrative support to school staff while demonstrating superior customer service to students and external client.
  • Transported patient around Houston medical center to various Clinic site showing customer service and professional safe driving
  • Established and maintained excellent customer service with both parents and students that provided additional customer service.
  • Provided excellent customer service to passengers while being responsible for managing daily paperwork, including mileage
  • Demonstrated excellence in oral and written communication, customer service and decision making skills.
  • Provided optimal customer service daily through effective communication and being an excellent team player.
  • Provided exceptional customer service to passengers by providing information pertinent to their itinerary.
  • Supervised employees, provided positive feedback and acknowledgment for outstanding customer service.
  • Increased quality and expectations of customer service to school district community.
  • Transported passengers; established and maintained customer relationships; performed customer service
  • Provided excellent customer service to the public during university sponsored events.
  • Provide excellent oral and written communication, customer service and decision-making skill
  • Maintained an exemplary safety record while providing excellent customer service.
  • Focused on providing outstanding customer service and exceeding customers expectations.
  • Worked in call center answering parents calls providing excellent customer service
  • Promoted customer service philosophies within a service oriented organization.
  • Registered donors and supplied customer service to every donor.
  • Resolved customer complaints and provided customer service as necessary.
  • Present friendly, enthusiastic, focused customer service personality.
  • Provided an exceptional customer service experience to passengers.

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7. Local Traffic Regulations

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Here's how Local Traffic Regulations is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Compiled with local traffic regulations.
  • Complied with local traffic regulations * Drove school bus to transport pupils over specified routes.
  • Set daily, weekly and monthly work schedules; complied with local traffic regulations.
  • Comply with all local traffic regulations and Head Start policies and procedures.
  • Complied with local traffic regulations, as well federal regulations.
  • Complied with all federal and local traffic regulations.
  • Complied with local traffic regulations.
  • Ensured that passengers get to their destinations safely Complies with local traffic regulations.
  • Complied with local traffic regulations * Trained on all safety policies and procedures.
  • Skilled at operating 2-way radio system Complies with local traffic regulations.
  • Complied with local traffic regulations Reported delays or traffic accidents Picked up Manifest

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8. Special Needs

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Here's how Special Needs is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Followed and trained others in confidentiality standards regarding student information for regular and special needs students.
  • Developed specialized communication skills to safely and effectively transport students with special needs.
  • Substitute bus driver including special needs students and cafeteria staff
  • Managed care and behavior when transporting special needs/exceptional clients.
  • Provided transportation for special needs students to appropriate destinations.
  • Maintain confidential medical information on special needs riders.
  • Supervised special needs routes-drivers and monitors.
  • Assisted with basic tasks, tutored at appropriate levels of understanding, and aided in growth of kids with special needs.
  • Attended to the needs of passengers who were unable to drive themselves due to special needs, disabilities, or age.
  • Transport special needs and vocational students to/from job site training and field trips; perform general maintenance of buildings and grounds.
  • Maintain the highest level of safety transporting special needs children and young adults to and from school and work programs.
  • Assisted with loading and unloading of guests with special needs, provided park information while transporting guests to their destinations.
  • Employed to transport elderly residents and residents with disabilities and special needs to and from appointments and various destinations.
  • Provided transportation for Special Needs children to and from school, assisted teachers with students while on field trips.
  • Trained in the transportation of special needs students, blood borne pathogens, and the county s emergency policies.
  • Transport special needs adults to and from a job site 5 days per week on a split shift schedule.
  • Assist the special needs of the children, and post trip inspections, checking fluids and fueling the bus.
  • Handle special needs children, maintain a clean environment, perform daily vehicle inspection to ensure child safety.
  • Operated vehicles with specialized equipment, such as wheelchair lifts to transport and secure passengers with special needs.
  • Substitute Bus Aid, assisted Bus driver to help 12 special needs children on and off the bus.

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9. Transport Children

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Here's how Transport Children is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Transport Children to School destinations Transport Adults to Private destinations Transport different materials for business owners Maintenance
  • Transport children and Teachers followed traffic safety rules demonstrated professional timeless for pickups
  • Transport children to and from school in a safe and timely manner while obeying traffic laws, policies, and procedures.
  • Transport children to and from school, making multiple drop off and pick up stops at up to four schools daily.
  • Certified through the State of Michigan's Department of Education to safely transport children and adults in a transit style bus.
  • Reason for leaving is due to a diagnosed medical condition in which I felt made it unsafe to transport children.
  • Transport children from there assigned bus location to school and pick them up from school back to there bus stop.
  • Transport children to and from school *Transport children from school facility to field trip location and back to school *Monitor children
  • Transport children safely to and from school, activities, and field trips in accordance with local and federal laws.
  • Transport children to and from school, field trips, and other locations as approved by the Center Director.
  • Transport Children to school and home * Obey the traffic signs * Keep neatly dressed * Have great communication skills
  • Drive school bus according to designated schedule, transport children to and from school/ field trips efficiently and safely.
  • Transport children of all ages to and from school, along with faculty to field trips and athletic sports.
  • Transport children to and from school while following all federal, state, DOT regulations, other duties assigned
  • Transport children from home to school and return them after school in a safe and professional manner.
  • Transport children to and from school in a safe and professional manner according to all DOT regulations.
  • Transport children to and from school safely without incidents throughout my time as a school bus driver.
  • Transport children to and from school and field trips, while checking bus before each trip.
  • Transport students from designated areas before and after school; transport children to after school functions.
  • Operated 16, 24, and 64-passenger buses to safely transport children to and from school.

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10. Bus Drivers

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Here's how Bus Drivers is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Bus driver have basic course for school bus drivers certification defensive driver certification
  • Communicate with dispatcher/bus drivers; supervisor.
  • Supervised and evaluated bus drivers.
  • Bus drivers transport people between various places including, work, school, shopping malls and across state and national borders.
  • Charter and commercial bus drivers transport people on interstate trips, chartered tours or scheduled routes in a city or community.
  • Communicate with the dispatchers and other bus drivers via two-way radio to announce the arrival and coordinate the pick-up of customers.
  • Acquired and maintained thorough working knowledge of all laws, procedures, and regulations governing school bus drivers and student transportation.
  • Train new bus drivers on field trip safety, final check procedures to assure all children have vacated the bus.
  • School bus drivers are typically employed part-time during the school year, often working split shifts of mornings and afternoons.
  • Assist in the process of determining various routes which provide safe passage for bus drivers utilize in their daily performance.
  • Trained other bus drivers, provided orientation sessions, prepared and submitted training verification reports, and issued permits.
  • Dispatched for 55 bus drivers as well as keeping track of time and miles on bus route for drivers.
  • Trained over 300 employees to become School Bus Drivers; held classes consisting of 2-24 people every 4-6 weeks.
  • Assist in the dispatching of routes, student management program, and behind the wheel training of bus drivers.
  • Bus Drivers responsibilities included developing bus routes, engaging in routine safety inspections, and adhering to NC safety policies
  • School bus drivers must pick up and drop off students on a defined route and strict time schedule.
  • School Bus Drivers to ensure safe transport of young children to and from preschools and child care sites.
  • Bus drivers must do their best to avoid accidents and may be responsible for maintaining orderliness among passengers.
  • School bus drivers are responsible, for the safe and efficient transport of children to and from school.
  • Created route sheets for all school bus drivers for the purpose of following straight routes to required destinations.

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11. Transport Passengers

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Here's how Transport Passengers is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Transport passengers to their locations utilizing commercial city buses.
  • Transport passengers safely and efficiently during peak season.
  • Transport passengers from various destinations in timely manner
  • Transport passengers throughout greater Washington metropolitan area.
  • Transport passengers safely, assist disabled passengers.
  • Transport passengers to and from desired locations
  • Transport Passengers to different terminals around airport
  • Transport passengers safely to appropriate destinations.
  • Transport passengers along designated route.
  • Transport passengers to designated destinations.
  • Transport Passengers using company vehicle.
  • Transport passengers from one place to another such as from home to school and school to home also on field trips.
  • Transport passengers to destinations and back on routes, upon returning make sure destination sign and route numbers are correct.
  • Drive buses to transport passengers over specified routes to local or distant points according to time schedule or on charter.
  • Drive gasoline or diesel, powered 40 foot bus to transport passengers between international airport terminal and car rental facility.
  • Assigned to transport passengers in the northeast/central Florida geographic region, in sedans, vans, and buses as needed.
  • Transport passengers safely from point A to point B and report any problems and safety issues to the proper departments
  • Drive vehicles over specified destinations according to time schedules in order to transport passengers, complying with traffic regulations.
  • Transport passengers would could not ride the regular Metro Buses make sure vans had fuel for the next run.
  • Handled cash transactions and transport passengers from point A to point B in a safe and on time manner.

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12. Bus Stops

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Here's how Bus Stops is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Transport children from their bus stop and to school, return to the schools and return students back to their bus stops
  • Transported Schenectady city elementary school children by picking them up at bus stops in the morning, taking them to school.
  • Report to the Director of Transportation to ensure the picking up and dropping off of students at bus stops and schools.
  • Maintain a knowledge of streets, bus routes, and bus stops, including connecting routes at all intersecting points.
  • Job Responsibilities: I transported customers including disabled wheelchair bound on buses of different sizes to and from bus stops.
  • Operated the vehicle safely over an assigned route, picking up & delivering only authorized students at assigned bus stops.
  • School bus driver for Durham Bus Services in charge of transporting students from their bus stops to the school.
  • Pick up students at their respective bus stops in an effort to transport them safely to and from school.
  • Follow safety rules as passengers boarded and exited the bus, and as they cross streets near bus stops.
  • Maintain records of students, gas, mileage, directions to and from bus stops and daily safety inspection.
  • Picked the children up at the designated bus stops and safely delivered the children to and from school.
  • Perform daily routes transporting students from their designated bus stops to school in a timely yet safe manner.
  • Pick up and drop off students at regularly scheduled bus stops, all according to strict time schedules.
  • Follow all safety precautions as students board and exit the bus and cross the streets near bus stops.
  • Transported elementary, middle, and high school students from assigned bus stops to and fro designated schools.
  • Picked them up and dropped them off at residential bus stops, hospitals, and field trip destinations.
  • Pick up and drop off students at school or their assigned bus stops, and minor vehicle maintenance
  • Follow a route sheet for either door to door student pick up or to designated bus stops.
  • Bus routes, camping trips, field trips, picking and dropping off children to bus stops.
  • Picked up and dropped off elementary through high school students to and from bus stops and school.

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13. Safe Transportation

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Here's how Safe Transportation is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Provide safe transportation for traveling customers on various routes throughout the city operated chart buses Received CTA Recommendations for safety and courtesy
  • Provided passengers with fast, efficient and safe transportation, personally and through subordinate supervisory personnel.
  • Provided safe transportation for students between school and home, supervised students to ensure appropriate interactions
  • Provided safe transportation, while providing excellent customer relations and maintaining public trust.
  • Provide safe transportation for passengers to and from designated pick-up locations and drop-off locations
  • Provide safe transportation for students according to time qualifications.
  • Provided safe transportation to children PreK-12
  • Operated a school bus, ensured the safe transportation of students to and from school, bus inspections, data entry.
  • Provided safe transportation of students and others, to and from academic field trips, athletic competitions, home and school.
  • Provide prompt and safe transportation of students to and from school, field trips, games, and other various locations.
  • Performed work in the operation of a school bus to assure safe transportation of students to and from various destinations.
  • Provide safe transportation of elementary school children to and from their designated elementary school in the morning and afternoon.
  • Job Responsibilities* Provided the safe transportation to and from school, on field trips, and after school activities.
  • Provide students attending the public school district with safe transportation to and from school, and other school events.
  • Provide safe transportation of children to and from schools as well as making sure bus is operational and clean.
  • Provide safe transportation of special needs and adult clients to and from centers and/or schools throughout San Joaquin County.
  • Hired as a part-time bus driver responsible for providing safe transportation for K-12 students to and from school.
  • Monitor students and other passengers during transit for the purpose of ensuring the safe transportation of all passengers.
  • Provide healthy nutritional meals to children within our school system and provide safe transportation to and from schools.
  • Developed and kept a current schedule for the safe transportation of children to and from the Center.

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14. Windshield Wipers

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Here's how Windshield Wipers is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Executed daily bus safety and maintenance inspection, including tires, brakes, windshield wipers, oil, and gas levels.
  • Checked the vehicle's tires, brakes, windshield wipers, and safety equipment.
  • Check windshield wipers for wear and tear and washer fluid level.
  • Check vehicle's tires, brakes, windshield wipers, lights, oil, fuel, water, & safety equipment.
  • Checked the condition of vehicle's tire, brakes, windshield wipers, light, oil, and fuel.
  • Checked the condition of the vehicle's tires, brakes, windshield wipers, etc.
  • Check the condition of vehicle'stires, brakes, windshield wipers, and lights to ensure that everything is in working order.
  • Checked condition of tires, brakes, windshield wipers, lights, fluids, fuel, and etc during pre-trip inspection.

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15. Traffic Laws

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Here's how Traffic Laws is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Job responsibilities included obeying traffic laws, delivering students to school and home safely, and keeping the bus clean.
  • Operated public transit buses, following all traffic laws, as well as state and federal transit regulations.
  • Comply with general traffic laws as well as laws that are specific to safe operation of school buses.
  • Transport passengers on a scheduled route and time while driving along with traffic and obeying traffic laws.
  • Observe all traffic laws, California Highway Patrol (CHP) regulation, rules and local policies.
  • Observe all traffic laws, signs, and safety regulations, discharging students at authorized stop only.
  • Adhere to a strict time schedule and stringent safety rules and follow and obey traffic laws.
  • Obey all traffic laws, school district regulations, and observe all mandatory safety regulations.
  • Observed all traffic laws and followed strict timetable to drop off and pick up students.
  • Keep all riders safe by following state and federal traffic laws and maintaining order.
  • Followed all traffic laws and safety guidelines, and enforced school and company rules.
  • Obeyed all local, state and federal traffic laws, pertaining to transportation regulations.
  • Full knowledge and practice of bus safety standards as well as Hawaii traffic laws.
  • Obey traffic laws and follow established traffic and transportation procedures at all times.
  • Transport students and clients, while adhering to safety regulations and traffic laws.
  • Obey all traffic laws and school bus regulations while operating the school bus.
  • Provide safety and security on the school bus and obey all traffic laws.
  • Drive vehicles over specified routes or to specified destinations, follow traffic laws.
  • Obeyed all traffic laws and transportation practices as outlined in the CDL manual.
  • Observe all traffic laws, safety regulations, policies, and procedures.

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16. Safe Driving

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Here's how Safe Driving is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Navigated routes using safe driving practices ensuring children arrived safely to designated destinations.
  • Coordinate with school staff, parents and transportation staff to promote and maintain a safe driving route and environment for students.
  • Executed quality service to customers by maintaining a time schedule, great attitude, safe driving and provided important bus information.
  • Take direction and instruction regarding safe driving procedures from the Driver Trainer Coordinator as required to fulfill functions and responsibilities.
  • Required to obey and observe all state and county road rules, speed limits, and safe driving techniques.
  • Maintained a perfect safe driving record, as well as performing daily safety inspection to bus vehicle.
  • Achieved 1 year Safe Driving Recognition, entire time (3 years) without any accidents.
  • Maintain safe driving record with consistent route efficiency while ensuring the safety of all passengers.
  • Perform driving duties using safe driving skills Maintain log of pick-up number of riders transported.
  • Received the Virginia School Bus Safe Driving Award for school years 2014-15 and 2015-16.
  • Observed all applicable laws, rules, and regulations for safe driving practices.
  • Received: 10 years of safe driving milestone certificate of achievement award - 1/2000-1/2010
  • Ensured safe driving methods at all times to avoid detrimental conditions to passengers.
  • Coach operator, safe driving, trip planning, and customer service.
  • Maintained safe driving record in accordance with state and federal laws.
  • Maintain safe driving record, and obey proper laws of road.
  • Maintain order and discipline unruly students to ensure safe driving conditions.
  • Received annual awards for safe driving each year employed with Metro.
  • Maintain a commercial driver s license and a safe driving record.
  • Maintain safe driving procedure, follow traffic and safety laws.

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17. Neighborhood Locations

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Here's how Neighborhood Locations is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Picked up and dropped students off at regularly scheduled neighborhood locations in a specific timely matter
  • Picked up/dropped off students at regularly scheduled neighborhood locations, following time schedules.
  • Transported students at regularly scheduled neighborhood locations by adhering to strict time schedules.
  • Transported students at regularly scheduled neighborhood locations, following strict time schedules.
  • Transport students for regularly scheduled neighborhood locations, field trips and sporting events, following strict time schedules.
  • Maintained a strict time schedule of picking up and delivering students to the proper schools and neighborhood locations.
  • Pick up and drop off students at regularly scheduled neighborhood locations, following strict time schedules.
  • Transport students to and from neighborhood locations to school following strict time schedules.
  • Pick up and drop of students at regular scheduled neighborhood locations.
  • Pick up students at the regularly neighborhood locations.
  • Comply with traffic regulations Pick up and drop off pupils at regularly scheduled neighborhood locations, following strict time schedule.
  • Pick up and drop off students at regularly-scheduled neighborhood locations, following strict timesschedules.

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18. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Trained to perform emergency first aid on passengers, including CPR when required and in accordance with company policies and procedures.
  • Bus Driver, provided transportation to and from school for developmentally disabled individuals, wheelchair lift operation, CPR Certified.
  • Transported children with all types of disabilities, trained in CPR, and first aide to assist students emergency.
  • Maintained First Aid and Bodily Fluids Kits on the bus and provides First Aid/CPR to children as needed.
  • Maintain certificates, licenses and registration including Class C Commercial License, First Aid and CPR certifications.
  • Communicate via radio to Office.CDL S, P endorsements, CPR, AED and First Aid certified.
  • Complied with dispatch regulations, attended safety meetings, completed safety certification and CPR/First Aide Classes.
  • Certified in Defensive driving training, Child Abuse training, First Aid, and CPR training.
  • Maintained all required certifications on a yearly basis including Bus Safety, CPR and First Aid.
  • Obtained all required state certification, CPR, defensive driving, and First Aid.
  • Completed Student Management, First Aid, CPR, and Special Needs training.
  • Certified in CPR, First-Aid, and CPI (Crisis Prevention Institute).
  • Attended meetings and classes as scheduled, including CPR/First Aid and Defensive Driving.
  • Trained in First-Aid, CPR, handling of ADA, report witting incidents/accidents.
  • Provide safe and efficient transportation for students-Conduct inspections of bus-First aid and CPR trained
  • Qualified in adult CPR and first aid, to ensure passenger safety.
  • Receive my certification in CPR Certificates in All safety classes for Dean Transportation
  • Trained and certified by the Red Cross in CPR and first aid.
  • Obtained Class B CDL with air brake endorsement, CPR certification.
  • Perform basic first aid as appropriate, which may include CPR.

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19. Bus Malfunctions

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Here's how Bus Malfunctions is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Report all bus malfunctions/repairs needed to transportation supervisor.
  • Prepare and submit reports that include the number of students, trips, mileage, and bus malfunctions or needed repairs.
  • Performed maintenance and equipment check to ensure that vehicle was in working order and report any bus malfunctions or needed repairs.
  • Reported any bus malfunctions or repairs as needed; maintained knowledge of first-aid procedures.
  • Inspect and Reported any bus malfunctions or needed repairs on a daily bases.
  • Report any bus malfunctions and needed repairs to correct personnel.
  • Reported any bus malfunctions or needed repairs to appropriate department.
  • Reported bus malfunctions or needed repairs to First Transit Supervisor.
  • Report any bus malfunctions to garage for repair.
  • Report any bus malfunctions or needed repairs.
  • Reported any bus malfunctions or needed repairsComplied with traffic regulations in order to operate vehicles in a safe and courteous manner.
  • Report any bus malfunctions or needed repairs Conduct bus check to assure that everything is operating properly.
  • Reported any bus malfunctions or needed repairs Transported students to and from school, following strict schedule
  • Report bus malfunctions or needed repairs Adhere to strict time schedules for trips
  • Report any bus malfunctions and needed repairs in a timely fashion.
  • Report any bus malfunctions Maintain a DVI for needed repairs.
  • Report any bus malfunctions, traffic and transprtaion.
  • Report any bus malfunctions or neededrepairs.
  • Comply with traffic regulations to operate vehicles in a safe and courteousmanner.Report any bus malfunctions or needed repairs.
  • Maintain Bus Safety and the safety of passengers Supervise students Report any bus malfunctions or needed repairs.

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20. Exit Buses

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Here's how Exit Buses is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Skilled in implementing and managing safety and behavioral protocols as student's board and exit buses.
  • Follow safety rules as students board and exit buses or cross streets near bus stops.
  • Follow safety rules as students board and exit buses at his/her stop.
  • Follow safety rules as passengers board and exit buses.
  • Follow safety rules as students board and exit buses or cross streets near bus stops.
  • Followed all safety rules as students' board and exit buses at scheduled stops.

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21. Fuel Consumption

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Here's how Fuel Consumption is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Prepared and submitted reports for number of students, hours worked for trips, mileage fuel consumption and for fares received.
  • Prepare and submit reports that may include the number of passengers or trips, hours worked, mileage, fuel consumption.
  • Take attendance of children present for each trip; record and report mileage fuel consumption stops and hours of driving.
  • Prepared reports on incidents, hours worked, mileage, fuel consumption, accurate records of journeys, log books.
  • Prepared and submitted reports including the number of passengers, fuel consumption, mileage traveled, and any incidents.
  • Prepare weekly reports on the number of students transported, work hours, miles traveled and fuel consumption.
  • Evaluated and implemented planned route that cut 30 minutes off trip time and a reduction in fuel consumption.
  • Prepared and submitted reports regarding mileage, number of passengers and fuel consumption as requested by management.
  • Prepared and submitted reports on the number of passengers, hours worked, and fuel consumption.
  • Prepared reports on incidents, hours worked, mileage, fuel consumption, and fares received.
  • Prepared and submitted reports including, trips, work hours, mileage, and fuel consumption.
  • Create daily reports, including mileage, number of passengers, and fuel consumption.
  • Prepared reports of passenger count, hours worked, mileage, fuel consumption.
  • Compiled reports that included vehicle fuel consumption, mileage, and expenses.
  • Reported mileage fuel consumption, stops, and hours of driving.
  • Performed daily pre-trip safety inspections that included maintaining vehicle cleanliness & updating fuel consumption reports and completing daily logs
  • Submitted reports- number of passengers, trips, mileage, fuel consumption and report any repairs pre and post trips.
  • Provided safe transportation in various conditions.Worked with management to improve route times and lower fuel consumption expenses.
  • Record and reportmileage fuel consumption, stop's and hours of driving.
  • number of students, types of trips, work hours, mileage, and fuel consumption).

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22. Safe Environment

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Enforced all administrative rules and ensured every student was provided a safe environment.
  • Provide safe environment for students by administering discipline as needed.
  • Implemented safety procedures to ensure a safe environment.
  • Provided a safe environment and high-quality customer service.
  • Remained a clean and safe environment and up hold and managed a big responsibility to my employer and to the public.
  • Performed minor maintenance of vehicle to ensure a safe environment for students including fueling, sweeping, cleaning of vehicle.
  • Transported students to and from school, maintained a safe environment for students, maintained paperwork and bus to include fueling
  • Skilled Bus driver; providing safe transportation for children throughout the day while ensuring a safe environment at all times.
  • Worked independently and as part of a team to achieve a safe environment for children to and from school.
  • Ensured a safe environment on bus for students of all ages, including keeping the bus clean and orderly.
  • Keep bus in a clean and safe environment, report any needed repairs immediately and record mileage and gas.
  • Transport children to school and back in a safe environment, field trips, maintain the bus with fluid levels
  • Teach and provide a safe environment for students on the bus to and from school and extra-curricular activities.
  • Transported students via bus to and from school, * Maintained orderly and safe environment on school bus.
  • Follow all the rules given to me in order to implement a safe environment for the students.
  • Drive a party bus while interacting with clientele and keeping the party going in a safe environment.
  • Pick up and deliver children to and from school while maintaining a safe environment on the bus.
  • Maintained a safe environment in and around the bus at all times while adhering to a strict schedule
  • Ensured bus was clean and free of debris in order to maintain a secure and safe environment.
  • Maintain a safe environment within the bus by enforcing rules of conduct and responding to emergencies.

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23. Report Delays

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Here's how Report Delays is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Report delays, accidents, or other traffic and transportation situations using all available telecommunication devices available.
  • Report delays or accidents, also advising Supervisor of any repairs needed immediately.
  • Keep communication with dispatcher to report delays, accidents, or other traffic and transportation situations using a two way radio.
  • Report delays, accidents, or other traffic and transportation situations Read maps, and follow written and verbal geographic directions.
  • Communicated with dispatchers by radio, telephone, to exchange information and receives requests for passenger service and report delays or accidents
  • Keep and maintain operational records and document defects or problems with vehicle to shop supervisor and report delays and accidents accordingly.
  • Help carry baggage, answered questions about bus schedules or routes, and report delays and accidents to dispatch office.
  • Report delays, accidents, or other traffic and transportation situations, using telephones or mobile two-way radios.
  • Make minor repairs to vehicle and change tries, use mobile phone and report delays or accidents.
  • Assist passengers with baggage and collect tickets or cash fares; Report delays or accidents.
  • Report any bus malfunctions or repairs; report delays using cells or mobile two-way radios.
  • Report delays, accidents, or other traffic situations using telephone or two way radios.
  • Regulate heating, lighting and ventilation systems for passenger comfort * Report delays or accidents.
  • Report delays and accidents inspect bus and check gas, oil and water before departure.
  • Report delays, accidents and other traffic and transportation situations by two-way radio.
  • Report delays or accidents along the route and take alternate routes if needed.
  • Make minor repairs to vehicle and change tires and report delays or accidents.
  • Report delays and accidents, keep operational records and make simple reports.
  • Report delays or accidents; maintain cleanliness of bus or motor coach.
  • Report delays and accidents, and bus malfunctions and needed repairs.

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24. Wheel Chair

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Here's how Wheel Chair is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Developed thorough familiarity with bus disability equipment/wheel chair accommodation
  • Secured wheel chairs to restrain device and stabilize during transport; assist disabled passengers onto and off of vehicle References upon Request
  • Trained specifically to work with children in wheel chairs and with others who had special needs for bus safety and evacuation.
  • Installed protective bracing, padding and straps to prevent shifting and injury to children in wheel chairs during transportation.
  • Experience with Customer and Employee relations and assisting patrons with motorized and conventional wheel chairs for comfort and safety.
  • Attended mandatory classes for school bus training, some handicap training for securing wheel chairs in vehicles.
  • Transport Medical clients in wheel chair with specialized Bus to appointments with 100% on time success.
  • Trained in the operation of passenger buses equipped with air brake systems and hydraulic wheel chair lifts.
  • Train and supervise bus assistants on proper procedures for handling disabled children in walkers and wheel chairs.
  • Assisted the wheel chair clients on and off the buses, sometimes assisting them to their classrooms.
  • Pick up and deliver passengers from home to destination ...work with disabled wheel chairs...etc...
  • Operate a wheel chair lift and properly secure the chair or scooter to the vehicle's floor.
  • Seat students safely using needed seat belts, car seats or wheel chair restraints, etc.
  • Assist driver in assuring seat belts, harnesses and wheel chair clamps are secured as required.
  • Operated a lift in order to allow wheel chairs access to the floor of the bus.
  • Secured wheel chairs by deploying ramp for wheel chair access and strapped the wheel chairs tightly.
  • Assist students with disabilities on and off the bus, by operating a wheel chair lift.
  • Operate air brakes, two way radio, CPR/First Aid, wheel chair safety and navigate
  • Load special needs students and secure them in either a safety seat or wheel chair.
  • Transported developmentally disabled adults (some in wheel chairs) to and from work shop.

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25. Ensure Safety

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Here's how Ensure Safety is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Perform meticulous daily inspections and maintenance of buses to ensure safety and proper operation.
  • Provided instruction to all children in the proper emergency procedures to ensure safety
  • Participate in monthly in-services to ensure safety while operating company vehicles.
  • Utilized certified containment procedures to ensure safety of children.
  • Performed daily inspections to ensure safety.
  • Monitored student behavior to ensure safety.
  • Bus Driver; Boarded passengers and announced rules and regulations to ensure safety and comfort for the duration of the ride.
  • Maintain control among pupils during trips, in order to ensure safety and enforce discipline by following the outlined procedure.
  • Comply with local traffic regulations and inspect bus to ensure safety of all passengers prior to departure and after arrival.
  • Helped children get on and off the bus, while watching traffic and people carefully to ensure safety.
  • Instructed students on the bus rules and regulations and maintained order among pupils during trips to ensure safety.
  • Establish routes, schedules and procedures with the school supervisor to ensure safety of all exceptional children.
  • Maintained order among the pupils under my care to ensure safety of all children at all times.
  • Provide leadership and direction for coworkers, while adhering to guidelines to ensure safety of passengers.
  • Brief students quarterly on safety tips and conduct emergency evacuation to ensure safety of bus procedures.
  • Assisted clients on and off the bus and secured clients in seats to ensure safety.
  • Monitor passengers at all times to ensure safety regulations and student conduct rules are followed.
  • Follow all administrative policies and procedures to ensure safety for all adults on the bus.
  • Developed a productive relationship with parents, teachers, and principals to ensure safety.
  • Maintain safe driving record to ensure safety of passengers and a class B CDL.

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26. Special Events

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Here's how Special Events is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Provided transportation to students living on and off campus- Regulated parking during special events
  • Provided transportation for other special events that were assigned
  • Provided daily school bus transportation for district students to and from destinations, to include field trips and special events.
  • Charter trips to special events; EAA, Badger Football games Madison; Brewers games; Great America trips.
  • Transported people to and from area schools and special events; on-call to take over routes for other drivers.
  • Transported children to and from school, sporting events, and special events, in and out of town.
  • Work on an as-needed basis as a bus driver and as security for special events and sport events.
  • Job duties include transporting students to and from school in a safe-environment and transporting students to special events.
  • Chartered customers to and from weddings, baseball games, reunions, special events, casino shuttle driver
  • Operate a school bus transporting students to and from school, field trips, and special events.
  • Transported children to and from school and special events such as sporting, field and learning institutions.
  • Carried young children from day care center to community playground and back and to special events.
  • Transport students, safely and efficiently, to and from their school sites and/or special events.
  • Provided transportation for students to and from school and also special events during the summer months.
  • Drive a school bus transporting students to applicable locations, including field trips and special events.
  • Created camp calendars for preschoolers with fun educational crafts, shows, and special events.
  • Transported students and faculty to special events, such as field trips or sporting events.
  • Assisted the department where needed to include dispatch, fueling/cleaning buses and special events.
  • Take students to and from school as well as special events or late activities.
  • Transport students to and from special events* Drove regular and charter buses to special occasions

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27. Submit Reports

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Here's how Submit Reports is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Follow safety rules as student s board/ exit bus, escort students across the street and prepare/ submit reports.
  • Maintained and submit reports that may include mileage, routing, maintenance, and time schedules.
  • Submit reports on the condition of the bus at the end of each shift/route.
  • Prepare and submit reports that included the number of passengers, trips and mileage.
  • Keep interiors clean, Maintain knowledge of first aid procedures and submit reports.
  • Prepare and submit reports pertaining to trip or any problems.
  • Submit reports on the condition of the bus.
  • Keep operational records and submit reports as required.
  • Submit reports regarding operation of buses.
  • Generated and submit reports daily.
  • Prepare and submit reports that include data from scheduledtransportation runs.
  • Follow written and verbal directions Prepare and submit reports
  • Prepare and submit reports that may include the number of passengers and display the sign "checked for sleeping children"
  • Prepare and submit reports that may include the number of students,trips,hours worked,mileage and consumptions.

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28. Verbal Geographic Directions

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Here's how Verbal Geographic Directions is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Read maps and followed written and verbal geographic directions, obeyed traffic laws and followed established traffic and transportation procedures.
  • Read maps, and follow written and verbal geographic directions; documents completed at end of shift.
  • Obeyed traffic laws and followed written and verbal geographic directions.
  • Read maps and follow written and verbal geographic directions.
  • Follow written or verbal geographic directions.
  • Read maps, and follow written and verbal geographic directions.Regulate heating, lighting, and ventilation systems for passenger comfort.
  • Read maps and follow written and verbal geographic directions - Picked up customer loads in timely and accurate manner.
  • School Bus Drive 1 Read maps, and follow written and verbal geographic directions.
  • Employed land navigation techniques Read maps and followed written and verbal geographic directions.
  • Read maps and followedwritten and verbal geographic directions Obeyed traffic laws, and followestablished traffic and transportation procedures

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29. First-Aid Procedures

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Here's how First-Aid Procedures is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Maintain knowledge of first-aid procedures, attended annual training on HIPPA Law, blood borne pathogens, and safety regulations.
  • Prepared and submit reports, keep bus interiors clean for passengers, and maintain knowledge of first-aid procedures.
  • Maintain knowledge of first-aid procedures and sustained order among students during trips to ensure safety.
  • Maintain knowledge of first-aid procedures and adhere to mandated safety rules.
  • Maintain knowledge of first-aid procedures in case of emergencies.
  • Keep abreast of safety and first-aid procedures.
  • Maintain knowledge if first-aid procedures.
  • Maintained knowledge of first-aid procedures and emergency contacts Inspected vehicle daily, complied with railroad crossings and traffic regulations
  • Maintained knowledge of first-aid procedures Assist passenger boarding, exiting the bus and loading/unloading passengers
  • Comply with traffic regulations in order to operate vehicles in a safe and courteous manner., Maintain knowledge of first-aid procedures.
  • Have extensive knowledge of first-aid procedures, regulate heating, lighting and ventilations systems and keep bus interiors clean.
  • Maintained knowledge of first-aid procedures Made minor repairs to vehicles.
  • Maintained knowledge of first-aid procedures.
  • Escort small children across roads and highways.Keep bus interiors clean for passengers.Maintain knowledge of first-aid procedures.
  • Maintain knowledge of first-aid procedures Accomplishments Employee of the month Skills Used Safety maintenance light mechanical logistics time management

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30. Weather Conditions

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Here's how Weather Conditions is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Followed precise schedules and adjusted driving to accommodate traffic and weather conditions.
  • Adjust my driving according to traffic and weather conditions in order to arrive at each stop at the designated time.
  • Experienced in driving both locally and long distance in all weather conditions and over a wide variety of terrain.
  • Job Duties: Attentive to traffic and weather conditions while staying on schedule and ensuring the safety of passengers.
  • Drive a 40 foot transit bus in various weather conditions, communicate with dispatch and give directions to public.
  • Be attentive to traffic and weather conditions while staying on schedule and ensuring passengers are practicing safe habits.
  • Pick up and drop off students along established bus routes while being attentive to traffic and weather conditions.
  • Drive a school bus on a daily route and time sensitive route, in different weather conditions.
  • Coordinated stops for well-timed student pick-up and drop-offs and drove attentively in traffic and all-weather conditions.
  • Monitored traffic and weather conditions while staying on schedule and ensuring the safety of children.
  • Attend monthly safety meetings AccomplishmentsI never call off work I drive in adverse weather conditions.
  • Operate school buses in all types of weather conditions in a safe and efficient manner.
  • Operate bus safely at all times, under all types of road and weather conditions.
  • Work in harsh weather conditions, easily lift and carry more than 50 pounds.
  • Performed daily inspection of commercial vehicle for safe driving in various weather conditions.
  • Skilled at driving heavy vehicles and navigating rural roadways in all weather conditions.
  • Provided safe passenger transportation under a wide range of traffic and weather conditions.
  • Frequent exposure to driving on county roads in a variety of weather conditions.
  • Operate vehicles in various weather conditions as well as various traffic conditions.
  • Arranged for pick-ups due to flight delays resulting from weather conditions.

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31. Drive Bus

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Here's how Drive Bus is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Drive bus on extracurricular activities as assigned.
  • Drive bus around a designated route for advertisement
  • Drive buses to/from different destinations routinely.
  • Drive bus on a city route(s) and provide excellent customer service with safety being first and foremost.
  • Operate and drive Bus on established routes providing direct customer service to the public, including senior and handicap populations.
  • Drive bus to casinos and other miscellaneous locations; Maintain cleanliness of bus; Ensure safe and comfortable experience for passengers
  • Drive Bus or other vehicle over established routes or within an established territory and pick up and deliver passengers.
  • Inspect bus before every run, drive bus in a safe and timely manner, pick up students.
  • Drive bus for the purpose of taking school aged children to and from school and on field trips.
  • Drive buses or other vehicles over established routes or within an established territory.handle tours within USA and Canada.
  • Drive bus picking up passengers for transport to locations throughout the greater Sacramento area and surrounding communities.
  • Drive Bus for shuttles, weddings, corporate outings, cruise passenger pickup, and various other functions
  • Certified by the State of Illinois to drive bus for KinderCare for the past 5 years.
  • Drive Bus to Blood Donation Sites and set up equipment and materials for nurses and donors.
  • Assist with loading and unloading of wheelchairs, contact with parents, drive bus to locations.
  • Drive buses of varying sizes and complexity over designated routes in accordance with time schedules.
  • Drive bus daily to and from school, clean school building, serve students food.
  • Drive bus or motor coach, including regular route operations, charters, and.
  • Drive bus between Seattle and Portland to pick up and drop off casino patrons.
  • Continue to drive bus and train personnel for the Van and Bus as needed.

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32. Multi-Passenger Vehicles

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Here's how Multi-Passenger Vehicles is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Operate multi-passenger vehicles to transport students between neighborhoods, schools, and school activities as well as recreational chartered events.
  • Drive diesel multi-passenger vehicles to transport students between neighborhoods, schools, and school activities by complying with traffic regulations.
  • Operated, gas, diesel, electrically, and multi-passenger vehicles.
  • Drive multi-passenger vehicles to transport students between neighborhoods, and schools.
  • Bus Driver Drive multi-passenger vehicles over the road.
  • Comply with traffic regulation Follow written and verbal geographical directions Drive diesel powered multi-passenger vehicles

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33. Bus Interiors

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Here's how Bus Interiors is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Perform basic vehicle maintenance tasks, such as adding oil, fuel, or radiator fluid and keep bus interiors clean.
  • Participated in school bus safety drills, kept bus interiors clean for passengers.
  • Keep bus interiors clean for passengers.
  • Executed daily operations of brake checks and preventive Kept bus interiors clean for passengers.
  • Keep bus interiors clean for passengers.Inland Services Akron Oh United States
  • Keep bus interiors clean for passengers Stay At home Parent

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34. Air Brakes

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Here's how Air Brakes is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Drive students to and from school I have air brakes endorsement passenger endorsement school bus endorsement and tanker endorsement Class b license
  • Load/unloaded students, check the air brakes daily, check oil, coolant levels, check safety of bus out daily.
  • Maintained air brakes, shocks, oil, hydraulic fluids, mirrors, electrical system, and mechanical stop alert aids.
  • Sign off of daily inspection sheet to verify proper working order of air brakes, tires, oil levels.
  • Required to check tire pressure, air brakes, lights, fluids, and gauges for proper running conditions.
  • Fill in as substitute bus driver for 72 passenger buses with air brakes or manual brakes.
  • General knowledge of air brakes, as well as safe operations of School Buses.
  • Have a CDL license with air brakes, passenger, and school bus endorsements
  • Operate commercial vehicles equipped with air brakes including school buses and charter services
  • Maintained a school bus certificate and passenger and air brakes endorsement.
  • Ensured air brakes are in safe operation on equipped vehicles.
  • Obtained Class B CDL with air brakes and passenger endorsement.
  • Maintain my CDL License to operate bus with air brakes.
  • General knowledge of air brakes and defensive driving skills.
  • School Bus and Air Brakes and Passenger Endorsements.
  • Drive 72 passenger school buses with air brakes.
  • Passed requirements for using air brakes.
  • Hold current Class B CDL with P (passenger), S (school bus), and air brakes endorsements.
  • Operate 20, 30 or 55 passenger buses with air brakes, depends on the route.
  • Checked the safety of the school bus, tires air brakes, gauges.

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35. Class B License

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Here's how Class B License is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Transport students to schools and events * commercial class b license w/air brake and passenger endorsement (now expired)
  • Completed Driver training requirements for MA Class B License w/ Passenger & Tank endorsements; plus Bus Driver Certification.
  • Have a Class B license Fork Lift Certified Overseer of warehouse checked in UPS and Fed Ex packages.
  • Establish and maintain a Good Driver status for my Class B license both professionally and personally.
  • Maintain up to date certifications, CDL Class B license and DOT Medical status.
  • Obtained a Class B license picking up dropping people off at bus stops.
  • Drive school bus that requires a CDL Class B license including areas in Pittsburgh
  • Obtained North Carolina CDL class B license with passenger (PS) endorsement.
  • Obtained a CDL Class B License with Passenger endorsement, no restrictions.
  • Obtained CDL class B license for passengers as well air brake certification.
  • Helped train new drivers in the quest for their class B license.
  • Possess a class B license, safely drove children to and from School
  • Maintain a CDL class B license with a near-perfect driving record.
  • Attained CDL-Class B License and clean various elements of the academy classrooms
  • Obtained my CDL Class B license with P and S endorsements.
  • Possess a class B license with all the applicable endorsements.
  • Trained in school bus driving, obtained Class B license.
  • Have a NY State Class B license with Passenger endorsement.
  • Obtained CDL Class B license during the month of February.
  • Required CDL Class B license with P endorsement.

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36. Safe Operation

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Here's how Safe Operation is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Preform preventative maintenance as needed* Maintain the cleanliness and safe operation of vehicles* Supervise and Transport 50+ students safely
  • Maintain cleanliness and safe operation of vehicle by conducting safety and operations inspections of vehicle daily.
  • Managed client behavior in a non-confrontational manner to ensure safe operation of vehicle.
  • Performed safe operation of buses during inclement weather and other environmental conditions.
  • Performed daily inspection of vehicle to identify any hazards that may interfere with the safe operation of the bus.
  • Adhere strictly to local, regional, federal, and company requirements for safe operation of a school bus.
  • Train newly hired drivers and other district employees in the safe operation of district vehicles and school buses.
  • Wash, clean, and check mechanical functions of bus equipment for defects and to ensure safe operations.
  • Worked as evening dispatcher as needed to ensure accurate and safe operations of fellow employees out on charters.
  • Inspect bus for safety issues and possible hazards that could prevent for safe operation of the bus.
  • Report all violations in writing relating to the safe operations of vehicles to safety and maintenance department.
  • Inspect school buses daily for safe operation and report malfunctions accordingly if problems exists with the buses.
  • Performed efficient and safe operation of a transit passenger bus under varying traffic and road conditions.
  • Transport students to and from school, maintain all safety regulations for safe operation of school bus
  • Maintained school bus for safe operations, daily inspections, daily paperwork, fueled bus.
  • Performed daily per-trip, med-trip, and post-trip inspection to insure the safe operation of coach
  • Conduct inspections of the vehicle to assure its safe operation prior to going in service.
  • Assured that the bus driver is not distracted from the safe operation of the vehicle.
  • Inspect several buses daily to ensure safe operation and report any discrepancies or malfunctions.
  • Comply with all rules and regulations governing the safe operation of a school bus.

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37. Small Children

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Here's how Small Children is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Encourage and enforce safe boarding and exiting regulations with all passengers, including educating parents for small children.
  • Escort small children when needed and report any and all malfunctions or needed repairs.
  • Manage group of small children, including recording pick-up and drop-off.
  • Escort small children across roads and highways sometimes as an aide.
  • Provide guidance for small children to cross the roads.
  • Secured child seats for small children.
  • Escort small children across roads and highways Communicating with Supervisors, Peers, or Subordinates.
  • Assisted small children on and off the bus and across roadway in a safe manner.
  • Attend all safety meetings Escorted small children across roads.

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38. City Bus

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Here's how City Bus is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Coach operator Safely transported patrons on regular city bus routes
  • Operate intercity buses over designated routes.
  • Drive large city bus (35-40 ft bus) over assigned route picking up passengers and collecting fares--all shifts.
  • Picked up and dropped off passengers at the city bus stops; verified required fares and checked proof of free travel.
  • Obligated to pick customers up from city bus stop terminals and see that they safely arrive to their destination.
  • Transit and intercity bus driver duties may also include collecting fares and guiding passengers in their travels.
  • Drive a city bus in the designated route assigned in a safe and timely matter.
  • Drive the city bus providing door to door services with the elderly & disabled community.
  • Drive a city bus on a dedicated route picking up and dropping off passengers.
  • Mass transportation: Responsible for the safe transport of citizens riding the city bus.
  • Drive a city bus on fixed routes riders from one point to the next.
  • Completed three weeks of six week training to be a city bus driver.
  • Weekend college shuttle, bus route ran like a city bus in Worcester.
  • Fixed route city bus driver and special route driver for disabled passengers.
  • Executed daily operations of city bus, and transporting passengers safely.
  • Navigated a city bus on crowded streets and keep on time.
  • Operated Phoenix city bus routes in a safe and timely manner
  • Operated a city bus in the Columbia, SC area.
  • Drive city bus in town and to near-by cities.
  • Transported customers around Denver Colorado in the city bus.

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39. Water Levels

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Here's how Water Levels is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Collected cash fares, check gas, oil, water levels and handicap lifts to lift a wheel passenger.
  • Inspect vehicles, and check gas, oil, and water levels prior to departure.
  • Inspected vehicles, and check tires pressure, oil and water levels prior departure.
  • Inspected vehicles for gas, oil, water levels and other safety inspections.
  • Inspected bus and checked gas, oil, and water levels daily.
  • Check oil & water levels before work day begin, III.
  • Check fuel, oil and water levels.
  • Inspect bus and check gas, oil and water levels, and fill fuel tank.
  • Inspected tires, lights, brakes and gas, oil and water levels.
  • Inspected and maintained fuel, oil and water levels as well as tires lights and brakes.

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40. Motor Coach

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Here's how Motor Coach is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Bus operator responsible for safely operating a transit motor coach for transporting passengers between designated bus stops.
  • Transit Bus Driver: Operated 40-foot MCI / Motor Coach Industries Transit Buses in the Western New York area.
  • Perform maintenance, inspections and mechanical repairs on school buses, motor coaches, mini-buses, mini-coaches and vans.
  • Operated motor coach vehicles in a safe, efficient and courteous manner while transporting children to and from school
  • Note: These same procedures applied to operation of Motor Coach which included passengers of all age ranges.
  • Operated motor coaches subject to departmental rules, regulations, schedules and local and state traffic regulations.
  • Transport customers state to state in a 47 & 55 passenger motor coach.
  • School bus, transit coach, motor coach, and charter/sports driver.
  • Train new employees on how to operate a motor coach driving laws etc
  • Transit Bus Driver responsible for safe operation of a transit motor coach.
  • Operate 56-passenger motor coach under contract with Amtrak at Martinez Station.
  • Drive vintage motor coaches to and from events/destinations specified by patrons.
  • Licensed with a CDL in order to operate motor coach.
  • Trained to operate motor coach for a specific route.
  • Documented and reported needed motor coach adjustments or repairs.
  • Drive school buses and motor coaches for charters.
  • Charter bus driver cross country motor coach class b
  • Maintain cleanliness of bus or motor coach.
  • Drive school bus and motor coach bus
  • Operate 30, 40 and 60 foot motor coaches.

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41. Drive Gasoline

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Here's how Drive Gasoline is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Drive gasoline, diesel, or electrically powered multi-passenger vehicles to transport students between Doctors/Dialysis Appointment and Senior Center.
  • Drive gasoline or diesel powered multi-passenger vehicles transporting passengers between neighborhoods, businesses, and residences.
  • Drive gasoline, diesel, or electrically powered multi-passenger vehicles.
  • Drive gasoline, diesel, or electrically powered multi-passenger vehicles to transport students between neighborhoods, schools, and school activities.
  • Drive gasoline, diesel, or electrically powered multi-passenger vehicles to transport students passengers to and from parking area.
  • Drive gasoline, diesel, and multi-passenger vehicles to transport students.
  • Drive gasoline or diesel multi-passenger vehicles to transportPage 2students between neighborhoods, schools, and school activities.

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42. New Drivers

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Here's how New Drivers is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Clarify destinations, training new drivers and answer general questions concerning NIH offices/buildings.
  • Assist in training new drivers in all company procedures, including updating of daily trip sheets, passenger manifests and routes.
  • Assist in starting vehicles or retrieve disabled vehicles, assist in training new drivers, and perform dispatcher duties.
  • Trained new drivers, audited routes and maps, and various office duties during 5 of those 10 years.
  • Train new drivers/monitors as well as current drivers in remedial training and coaches wishing to drive an activity bus.
  • Train new drivers on their assigned routes, showing them how to read maps and preform essential job duties.
  • Train, evaluate and sign off on new drivers behind the wheel training for charter buses and new buses.
  • Received promotion for excellence after only six months, and assisted in the training program for new drivers.
  • Assist with the training of new drivers in all company procedures; keep daily trip and work orders.
  • Provide behind the wheel training for new drivers and defensive driving training annually for all drivers.
  • Developed a training program for potential new drivers consisting of classroom and behind the wheel experiences.7.
  • Assist in training new drivers in procedures and company policies, to include Government and Contractor.
  • Selected for additional work as a recruiter/trainer, assisting with recruiting and training of new drivers.
  • Pick up and drop off of students Driving a route in timely manner Trained new drivers
  • Train new drivers, providing complete training on driving, rules, and regulations.
  • Helped pilot a mentoring program for new drivers that was adopted by the department.
  • Train new drivers to follow routes and time management as safety being priority.
  • Trained new Drivers, I took and passed a driver trainer course.
  • Helped train new drivers and acquainted them with company policies and procedures.
  • Assigned routes for drivers, train new drivers, interview applicants.

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43. K-12

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Here's how K-12 is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Transport Students K-12 and Special Ed / Secretary to Assistant Principal / Attendance Secretary / Assist Teachers with daily duties
  • Transported students K-12 on a strict schedule while being vigilant about safety and maintaining order on the bus.
  • Handled responsibility of getting children, K-12 grade to and from school safely and on time, daily.
  • Obeyed District rules and guidelines while safely transporting students K-12 to and from school and scheduled activities/events
  • Managed and cared for children PreK-12 and Alternative education students while transporting to and from school.
  • Maintained a Class B school bus endorsement drove school and activity bus for grades k-12.
  • Transported students K-12th grade to and from school in a timely and efficient manner.
  • Substitute Teacher: Provide instruction to K-12 students when scheduled classroom teacher is absent.
  • Picked up and delivered students k-12 to appropriate location within a timely manner.
  • Transported students grades K-12 to and from school and school related events.
  • School bus driver transport students from K-12th grade to and from school.
  • Ensured children from grades k-12 were transported safely to and from school.
  • Transfer students K-12 safely to and from destination points throughout Westminster.
  • Transported school Children Ages K-12 to and from home and school.
  • Operated a 55 passenger bus transporting K-12 students on multiple routes.
  • Route Driver for grades pre-K-12th Grade students for Goddard schools.
  • Delivered K-12 kids to school on morning and afternoon routes.
  • School Bus Driver for K-12, Also worked in Cafeteria
  • Provide positive behavior early intervention training to student K-12.
  • Teach any subject in grades K-12 as needed.

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44. Two-Way Radio

low Demand
Here's how Two-Way Radio is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Monitor computer and two-way radio for information regarding scheduling issues and field situations; notify field supervisor of situations requiring attention.
  • Operated a two-way radio and other communication device to obtain directions and assignments.
  • Communicate location traffic condition with dispatcher or supervisor via two-way radio
  • Mastered two-way radio for communication between dispatch and maintenance.
  • Operate two-way radio equipment and communicate with transportation office.
  • Reported delays, accidents, and other traffic and transportation situations to base and other vehicles using two-way radios.
  • Perform communication with drivers, call center staff, supervisors and customers via two-way radio, telephone or email.
  • Can operate 26,000lb vehicle in all types of weather and in congested traffic, operate two-way radio and intercom.
  • Communicated effectively with transportation office, maintenance shop, schools and other drivers with use of two-way radio.
  • Relayed work orders, messages, or information to or from drivers by using telephones and/or two-way radios.
  • Reported delays accidents or other traffic and transportation situations to bases with the use of mobile two-way radios.
  • Operate a two-way radio; report accidents and road hazards; provide staff support in accident investigation.
  • Answered telephone and/or used a two-way radio to disseminate information regarding bus routes and bus schedules.
  • Maintained vehicle logs, records, Reported delays, accidents using telephones or mobile two-way radios.
  • Follow scheduled routes daily, monitor safety issues/road hazards, operate two-way radio, CDL B license
  • Reported delays, accidents, or other transportation issues by telephone or mobile two-way radio.
  • Operate two-way radio to report conditions such as incidents with passengers or traffic problems.
  • Used two-way radio and Mobile Data Terminal for status, location and data entry.
  • Dispatch drivers and vehicles and communicate with them using a telephone and two-way radio.
  • Operate the bus two-way radio or telephones correctly and according to district policy.

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45. Drive Children

low Demand
Here's how Drive Children is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Drive children to and from school and sports trips in a timely and safe manner and also did private charter trips
  • Drive children from home to school when needed, inspect bus all over, including emergency equipment.
  • Drive children to and from school as well as school related activities, maintained cleanliness of bus.
  • Drive children back and forth between school and daycare, as well as field trips.
  • Drive children to and from school safely.write up incident reports in misbehaved and injured children.
  • Drive children to and from athletic events, Field trips and mechanic shop.
  • Drive children to and from school and working with the special Olympics.
  • Drive children to school from daycare and transported them back to daycare.
  • Work with children during the summer and drive children to field trips.
  • Drive children to and from school safely Monday through Friday and field trips
  • Drive children from four public schools to the academy for after-school care
  • Drive children to and from school making sure they arrive safely.
  • Drive Children to and from school i also have done charters
  • Drive children to and from school and activities safely.
  • Drive children safely from home to school and back home
  • Drive children to and from school; Provide educational activities
  • Drive children to and from school in South-West Philadelphia.
  • Drive children to and from daycare to school.
  • Drive Children to and from their destination safely.
  • Drive children back and forth to school.

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46. Log Book

low Demand
Here's how Log Book is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Operated computerized daily log book.
  • Received tickets from passengers - Loading bus equipment - Getting bus trip plan - Preparing log book - Inspection of the bus
  • Fill out required student count and log book and report any issues in route or with the equipment.
  • Make sure log book is up to date with the kids parents emergency contact telephone numbers.
  • Recorded necessary information into DOT log book at the beginning and at the end of shift
  • Collect cash fares and tickets, record ticket fares, and maintain log book.
  • Fill out log books, transport kids to and from school and activity's.
  • Maintained scheduled stops on time and maintained day log books to record trips.
  • Maintain DVIR log book to last-duty entry as required by Disney and D.O.T.
  • Reviewed Front office log book and Guest feedback forms on a daily basis
  • Collected fares from patients and simultaneously maintained log book with patient details.
  • Maintained a log book and kept the bus in operational condition.
  • Fill out and sign off on daily log books about vehicle.
  • Keep the DOT log book updated and accurate after each shift.
  • Complete various paperwork and log books associated with each trip.
  • Maintain record of passenger numbers and maintain a log book.
  • Log everything in the log book and start the trip.
  • Managed all records of my drivers log book and manifest.
  • Maintained an accurate log book regarding returns and departures.
  • Loaded luggage, Dot log book, customer service.

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47. Maintenance Checks

low Demand
Here's how Maintenance Checks is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Performed operator level preventive maintenance checks and services before and after operations.
  • Perform other safety and maintenance checks according to established procedures.
  • Performed preventative maintenance checks and services before operating the vehicle.
  • Perform daily safety and maintenance checks of the bus and taking attendance of students on the school bus.
  • Perform daily safety and maintenance checks, advises Senior Administrative Officer of any requirements for maintenance or repairs.
  • Perform maintenance checks on school bus and ensure it is safe to transport children and school staff.
  • Perform daily safety and maintenance checks, pick up and deliver students per set schedule.
  • Performed daily inspection and maintenance checks on vehicles, and accurately maintained driver's log.
  • Performed daily safety and maintenance checks and cleaned the bus before and after each trip.
  • Performed routine maintenance checks on the vehicle for antifreeze, fuel and oil levels.
  • Performed daily maintenance checks on bus prior to and after each daily run.
  • Perform maintenance checks to ensure the bus is in good working order.
  • Provide general maintenance checks on bus to ensure proper working order.
  • Performed daily maintenance checks on buses and kept daily driving logs.
  • Perform maintenance checks to ensure vehicle is safe and clean.
  • Completed routine maintenance checks and operations of the vehicle.
  • Do daily Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services on bus.
  • Performed Safety and Maintenance checks according to OSHA regulations.
  • Perform daily safety and maintenance checks of unit.
  • Perform daily safety and maintenance checks each morning.

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48. Fluid Levels

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Here's how Fluid Levels is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Monitored the safety of the bus by checking the air brakes, fluid levels, turnings signals, and mechanical equipment.
  • Maintain fluid levels, check lighting, defects on engine and tires, other basic maintenance and fuel as needed.
  • Checked vehicle daily using inspection sheet provided, checked fluid levels, tire pressure and lights.
  • Checked vehicle's fluid levels and tire pressure and notified maintenance of any required repairs.
  • Checked vehicle fluid levels and tire pressure, and scheduled any necessary service and repairs.
  • Maintain fluid levels in the bus and check for defects in the engine and tires.
  • Maintained Youth Buses by cleaning exterior and interior as well as checking fluid levels.
  • Take accurate records daily including attendance, mileage, and fluid levels of bus.
  • Maintained fluid levels, checked for and reported any tire defects or engine issues.
  • Monitored vehicle's fluid levels, tire pressure, and scheduled required repairs.
  • Recorded, cleaned and maintained routine oil and fluid levels of buses.
  • Monitored gauges and inspected fluid levels and tire pressures.
  • Fuel bus fleet on weekends and check fluid levels.
  • Inspect vehicles, and check fluid levels prior to departure
  • Checked vehicle's fluid levels and tire pressure.
  • Fuel buses and check fluid levels.
  • Check fluid levels on the bus.
  • Checked vehicle's fluid levels and tire pressure and scheduled any required repairs.Established long-term customer relationships through prompt and courteous service.
  • Perform pre-trip vehicle inspections prior to use, which includes checking all fluid levels and annotating mechanical failures.
  • Checked vehicle's fluid levels and tire pressure, also reported DOT regulations any required repairs.

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49. Basic Maintenance

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Here's how Basic Maintenance is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Check the bus tires, lights, and oil and do other basic maintenance.
  • Completed basic maintenance such as cleaning and washing bus to keep vehicle neat.
  • Repaired bus seats, picked up parts and performed other basic maintenance tasks.
  • Check basic maintenance, bus tires, lights and oil before departure.
  • Performed basic maintenance and repairs of vehicles as instructed and required.
  • Inspected buses and performed basic maintenance before and after shifts.
  • Clean and basic maintenance on bus.
  • Operated, and maintained basic maintenance on Buses, and Vans Transferred crew members to and from work
  • Pick up and drop off students at designated locations Perform basic maintenance and keep bus clean and presentable

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50. Distant Points

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Here's how Distant Points is used in Bus Driver jobs:
  • Operated an inner-city bus and transported passengers over specified routes to local and distant points, while following specific time schedules.
  • Provided transportation for students with disabilities over specified routes to local and distant points according to time schedule.
  • Drive box trucks or tractor trailer to support customer's requests to local or distant points.
  • Operated bus by specified routes to local and distant points.
  • Provided shuttle bus services over specified routes to local or distant points according to time schedule.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Bus Driver

Safety Procedures22.8%
Bus Passengers20.9%
Vehicle Inspections9.6%
Pre-Trip Inspections8%
CDL5.3%
Customer Service4.7%
Local Traffic Regulations3.5%
Special Needs3.3%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Bus Driver

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Safety Procedures
Safety Procedures
19.3%
19.3%
2
2
Bus Passengers
Bus Passengers
17.6%
17.6%
3
3
Vehicle Inspections
Vehicle Inspections
8.1%
8.1%
4
4
Pre-Trip Inspections
Pre-Trip Inspections
6.7%
6.7%
5
5
CDL
CDL
4.5%
4.5%
6
6
Customer Service
Customer Service
4%
4%
7
7
Local Traffic Regulations
Local Traffic Regulations
2.9%
2.9%
8
8
Special Needs
Special Needs
2.8%
2.8%
9
9
Transport Children
Transport Children
2.5%
2.5%
10
10
Bus Drivers
Bus Drivers
2.3%
2.3%
11
11
Transport Passengers
Transport Passengers
2.2%
2.2%
12
12
Bus Stops
Bus Stops
1.9%
1.9%
13
13
Safe Transportation
Safe Transportation
1.6%
1.6%
14
14
Windshield Wipers
Windshield Wipers
1.4%
1.4%
15
15
Traffic Laws
Traffic Laws
1.2%
1.2%
16
16
Safe Driving
Safe Driving
1.1%
1.1%
17
17
Neighborhood Locations
Neighborhood Locations
1.1%
1.1%
18
18
CPR
CPR
1%
1%
19
19
Bus Malfunctions
Bus Malfunctions
1%
1%
20
20
Exit Buses
Exit Buses
0.9%
0.9%
21
21
Fuel Consumption
Fuel Consumption
0.9%
0.9%
22
22
Safe Environment
Safe Environment
0.8%
0.8%
23
23
Report Delays
Report Delays
0.8%
0.8%
24
24
Wheel Chair
Wheel Chair
0.8%
0.8%
25
25
Ensure Safety
Ensure Safety
0.8%
0.8%
26
26
Special Events
Special Events
0.7%
0.7%
27
27
Submit Reports
Submit Reports
0.7%
0.7%
28
28
Verbal Geographic Directions
Verbal Geographic Directions
0.7%
0.7%
29
29
First-Aid Procedures
First-Aid Procedures
0.7%
0.7%
30
30
Weather Conditions
Weather Conditions
0.6%
0.6%
31
31
Drive Bus
Drive Bus
0.6%
0.6%
32
32
Multi-Passenger Vehicles
Multi-Passenger Vehicles
0.5%
0.5%
33
33
Bus Interiors
Bus Interiors
0.5%
0.5%
34
34
Air Brakes
Air Brakes
0.5%
0.5%
35
35
Class B License
Class B License
0.5%
0.5%
36
36
Safe Operation
Safe Operation
0.5%
0.5%
37
37
Small Children
Small Children
0.4%
0.4%
38
38
City Bus
City Bus
0.4%
0.4%
39
39
Water Levels
Water Levels
0.4%
0.4%
40
40
Motor Coach
Motor Coach
0.4%
0.4%
41
41
Drive Gasoline
Drive Gasoline
0.4%
0.4%
42
42
New Drivers
New Drivers
0.4%
0.4%
43
43
K-12
K-12
0.4%
0.4%
44
44
Two-Way Radio
Two-Way Radio
0.4%
0.4%
45
45
Drive Children
Drive Children
0.3%
0.3%
46
46
Log Book
Log Book
0.3%
0.3%
47
47
Maintenance Checks
Maintenance Checks
0.3%
0.3%
48
48
Fluid Levels
Fluid Levels
0.3%
0.3%
49
49
Basic Maintenance
Basic Maintenance
0.3%
0.3%
50
50
Distant Points
Distant Points
0.3%
0.3%

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