Job Requisition Number: 24332. Campus Transit provides shuttle service to approximately 800,000 passengers, on an annual basis, and employs a staff of capable SAEOs, to assist with their transportation needs. This position requires individuals capable of safely operating and maintaining scheduled service on various routes. Individuals must be thoroughly familiar with a two-way radio communications system, as well as with FCC laws. The incumbent, in this position, will assist the Lead Operator, as necessary.
1. Responsible for safely transporting passengers in various types of buses and vans, on scheduled routes, between BART and the Campus/Center for Shared Services (CSS) , Hearst Mining Circle and Space Science Labs, 2000 Carleton – ASUC – University Hall, inter-campus and/or intra-campus routes, as directed.
2. Ability to operate automatic or manual transmissions.
3. Availability to work additional hours, as needed, to cover illnesses, vacations, etc.
4. Ability to understand, explain and operate within established timeframes and route schedules.
5. Responsible for safely transporting passengers to/from UCB and various points in the Bay Area.
6. Ability to read and understand maps and travel directions.
7. Must know, enforce, and adhere to, and comply with all Federal, State and University regulations, which include safety policies.
8. Responsible for operating two-way radios, per departmental and FCC regulations.
9. Responsible to perform mechanical and administrative check-in and check-out procedures incidental to driving assigned vehicles.
10. Responsible for completing required departmental forms, accurately and legibly.
11. Ability to operate wheelchair mechanism, to assist disabled passengers, and be familiar with ADA passenger regulations, as they relate to transportation.
12. Ability to handle emergency situations, according to university policies and procedures.
13. Must have good working relationships with fellow workers.
14. Fulfill other duties, such as: refueling, closing windows, sweeping and/or washing bus interior, as needed, disposing of refuse from vehicle used for the shift, in the appropriate manner and receptacle, and turning-in lost items.
15. Performs other duties, as assigned by the Lead Driver, Transit Supervisor, or designee, as neededAll SAEOs must have: • A valid Class A or B driver’s license, with passenger endorsements and air brakes. • A minimum of 5 years passenger driving experience, in vehicles 35-feet in length, or larger. • Excellent communication and inter-personal skills, to interact with diverse ridership. • Ability to read, write legibly, and speak, in English, to understand passengers, give directions, properly execute safety protocol, interact with first-responders, and to write accident, incidents and safety, or other, reports. • Ability to operate two-way radios and wheelchair lifts. • A valid medical certification and good driving record reflecting no more than one (1) moving violation, in the immediate 24-month period, preceding application date. • Ability to work independently. • Availability, and flexibility, to be reassigned, or to fill-in for absent SAEOs, with minimum, or same-day, notification.
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This is a Career appointment with a flexible work schedule. This means you may be working at 50%, or as much as 100%, time depending on departmental needs. This position is governed by the terms and conditions in the agreement for the Service Unit (SX) between the University of California and the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME). The current bargaining agreement manual can be found at: http://ucnet.universityofcalifornia.edu/labor/bargaining-units/sx/index.html
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