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Working As A Vehicle Operator

  • $29,230

    Average Salary

What Does A Vehicle Operator Do At Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority

* providing safe, timely transportation and excellent customer service; arriving on time at stopping points along a specific route assigned to each driver; and assisting passengers along their journey.
* If you are not a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) holder – we can assist you.
* If you are chosen for employment with TARTA, simply obtain a CDL Learner’s Permit—by passing a written test through the BMV—and we’ll offer training from that point forward so you may earn your CDL.
* TARTA offers a competitive wage and excellent benefits – you deserve a rewarding career; start the application process, today! Knowledge of the greater
* Toledo area, time management skills and experience/skill thinking on your feet makes for a great TARTA candidate.
* To uphold the mission of serving our community, applicants must meet the following requirements for all TARTA positions

What Does A Vehicle Operator Do At Wolf Creek Federal Services

* Transport students to work-based learning sites, college, airport, and other activities.
* Ensure the physical security of buildings and property by checking doors, windows, lights, electrical appliances, equipment, locks, and emergency equipment.
* Maintain log of findings and corrective action taken.
* Assist in reception functions and maintaining the visitor control area.
* Monitor and direct urinalyses and breathalyzers for students, as required.
* Assist in transporting ill or injured students as required.
* Respond to fire alarms, take necessary steps to report fires, assist in suppressing fires, and reset fire alarm equipment.
* Operate light trucks, buses, and passenger vehicles; transport passengers and/or packages.
* Successfully participate in mandatory DOT CDL drug and alcohol testing program.
* Ensure adherence to established schedules.
* Maintain accountability of students and property; adhere to safety practices and OSHA standards.
* Ensure proper student/visitor checkout and procedures are followed.
* Cultivate and maintain a climate on Center, which is free of harassment, intimidation, and disrespect to provide a safe place for staff and students to work and learn.
* Promote student attainment of career success standards through modeling appropriate skills, mentoring students, monitoring skill acquisition and intervening when inappropriate behavior is observed.
* Perform all other duties as requested

What Does A Vehicle Operator Do At Kaiser Permanente

* Drives the mobile health vehicle to events, sets-up, tear down after event and returns vehicle to designated facility at end of event.
* Operates onboard generator, septic (Using PPE) and power, any and all electronic equipment, such as computer, printer, iPhone and iPad.
* Ensures proper/timely scheduled maintenance of vehicle, including maintenance tracking.
* Maintains and checks vehicle equipment for malfunction and/or damage
* Is responsible for inventory of RV includes electronic assets, equipment, supplies and other items associated with the RV.
* Interacts with members/patients to check in members and non-members (KMAT pre-enrollment).
* Answers and returns telephone calls and messages.
* Provides excellent customer service-patients, employers, and staff.
* Monitors the workflow as each new arrival is checked in.
* This includes: sign-in sheet, vaccine information sheets, privacy documentation and immunization.
* Exhibits strong interpersonal skills.
* Stocks and supplies medical office materials.
* Cleans and organizes vehicle.
* Fills and empties water/waste tanks.
* Travels within MAS Region, including overnight stays.
* Performs other duties as required.
* The KP mobile health vehicle represents KP to the community.
* Our schedule is very flexible to meet the community demand.
* Weekday and weekend hours are variable.
* You will travel to MD, DC and VA

What Does A Vehicle Operator Do At Clarke County Sheriff Office

* The following duties are normal for this job.
* These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive.
* Other duties may be required and assigned.
* Operates all Transit Department vehicles including a mainline bus safely along an assigned route to meet scheduled time points or a specialized van to transport paratransit/demand response passengers.
* Ensures all state, federal, and local safety regulations and operating procedures are followed.
* Provides information to the general public regarding routes, established stops, schedules and services, etc.
* Conducts a pre- and post-trip safety inspection of the vehicle, i.e.; checks the brakes, tires, lights, and wipers, and wheelchair lift (if one is on the vehicle).
* Conducts a walk-around inspection for body damage; reports equipment defects and problems to dispatch.
* Checks passengers' identification cards to assess proper fare and collects fares.
* Announces stops (e.g., libraries, hospitals, etc.), as required by ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) if applicable.
* Assists in the training of new vehicle operators.
* Maintains contact with dispatcher, supervisors, and other drivers by two-way radio; reports detours, incidents, accidents, etc., immediately per established procedures.
* Maintains a clean and neat appearance at all times; treats all passengers with courtesy.
* Programs, operates, and monitors farebox for proper fare collection.
* Completes all required paperwork and reports (e.g., pre-trip and post-trip maintenance forms, etc.).
* Changes destination signs as required.
* Assists with ridership surveys over the radio.
* Operates wheelchair lift and secures wheelchair passengers as required.
* Assists the Transit Supervisor with opening and closing Transit facilities as needed.
* Operates buses for charter and special services as needed.
* Prepares reports, trip sheets, etc., when required.
* Records time and mileage for each passenger trip.
* Cross-trains and operates various Transit Department Vehicles including, but not limited to, specialized vans and mainline buses.
* Performs other related duties as required.
* Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
* Knowledge of the policies, procedures, and activities of the Transit Department as they pertain to the performance of duties relating to the position of Vehicle Operator.
* Knowledge of the terminology used within the department.
* Knowledge of various forms, such as vehicle maintenance forms, accident reports, maps, schedules, surveys, manifests, etc., and procedures and methods as required in the performance of duties.
* Knowledge of techniques and requirements in safely operating a passenger bus, specialized van, or other Departmental vehicles including defensive driving techniques; traffic safety laws, procedures, and requirements; geography and layout of Athens
* Clarke County (including street names, school locations, etc), federal commercial driver's license regulations, relevant bus routes, and relevant unified government and departmental rules and regulations
* Skill in operating mainline buses, specialized vans, wheelchair lifts, two-way radios, electronic fareboxes, electronic destination signs, and safety equipment.
* Ability to compile, organize, prepare and maintain an assortment of records, reports and information in an effective manner and according to departmental and/or governmental regulations.
* Ability to communicate effectively with the general public, supervisors, and other staff members.
* Ability to use independent judgment in routine and non-routine situations.
* Ability to handle required mathematical calculations.
* Ability to plan, organize and/or prioritize daily assignments and work activities.
* Ability to comprehend and apply the regulations and procedures of the department.
* Supplemental Information:
* ADA

What Does A Vehicle Operator Do At Ciber, Inc.

* Run and protect growing portfolio of Connected Vehicle applications
* Participate and lead triage of high priority incidents
* Participate and Lead transition of traditional AM applications into L1POE/PDO model
* Manage day-to-day workflow of global operations team.
* Become technical expert in Connected Vehicle and cloud technologies, leading and educating team by example
* Ensure alerts and tickets are actioned diligently by team with a focus on pro-active resolution
* Ensure knowledge artifacts are created and maintained for portfolio.
* This includes knowledge articles, post mortems, and general training
* Manage communications with senior management within both IT and our many stakeholders and partners
* Ensure strong Incident and Problem governance
* Work with Operations Engineering team to further enhance tooling and automation for common failure cases
* Interview, train, and continuously mentor new team members

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