Assistant Multi-County Route Supervisor/Dispatcher –
Bryan and Coal Counties
Must possess a high school diploma or GED certificate and be at least 21 years old. Prefer at least two years of college level training in business administration. Experience in personnel supervision and/or management a plus.
Must demonstrate proficiency in basic math and English skills. Prefer experience with dispatching or other radio contact activities. Experience in working with the public in a cooperative setting with other employees a plus. Must submit to drug testing and be in accordance with FDA Drug and Alcohol guidelines.
Responsible for supervision of Van Drivers and Dispatchers in multiple areas in coordination with Multi-County Route Supervisor. Responsible for making work assignments and for routine inspections of all vehicles. Responsible for ensuring that all drivers fully understand and follow agency rules as well as Section 5311 rules and regulations. Responsible for ensuring that all drivers treat passengers with courtesy and respect and that passenger safety is a top priority at all times. Responsible for the transportation of passengers as per van drivers job description.
Provides clerical support for the transportation program including, but not limited to, filing word processing, data entry, stocking of supplies and other clerical support as needed. Responsible for dispatching vans to transport customers. Maintains radio contact with in-service vans, issues tickets to drivers and records required data. Collects data and implements all directions from transit Director, Assistant Director or Route Supervisor.
Excellent benefits available.
Apply online at www.bigfive.org. Resumes not accepted without a completed job application. EOE/AA