Bachelor’s degree required. Minimum of five years supervisory experience in transportation, preferably in a school district.
Develops and administers a transportation program to meet the requirements of the daily instructional program and extracurricular; activities. Prepares bus routes. Prepares and updates bus schedules for transportation personnel and makes recommendations for employment, transfer, promotion and release. Maintains district-owned equipment and develops plans for preventative maintenance. Prepares and administers the transportation budget. Prepares transportation payroll.
Authorizes purchases in accordance with School Board policy. Maintains safety standards in conformance with state and insurance regulations and develops a program of preventive safety. Cooperates with school personnel in planning special school trips. Assists in solving discipline problems occurring on school buses. Develops recommendations for future equipment and personnel needs based on a survey of resident students, distances and grade levels. Prepares reports and surveys required by the Florida Department of Education.
Conforms to state laws and regulations regarding school transportation. Recruits, trains, supervises transportation personnel, and makes recommendations for employment, transfer, promotion, and release of department personnel. Serves as the liaison to parents for the transportation department. Provides on going in-service and safety programs for staff development. Develops and builds working relationships with community leaders and organizations. Attends school board meetings and prepares reports and presentations as needed. Reports regularly to the superintendent on any developments or situations within the district requiring the superintendent’s awareness. Performs other duties as assigned by the assistant superintendent for district support services.
The salary range for the position is $46.77 hourly ($91,669.20 annually) to $57.47 ($112,641.20 annually).
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