Bus Drivers needed in San Gabriel Valley.
Transdev is actively hiring bus drivers for their fixed route transit service in San Gabriel Valley. We are looking for safe, friendly drivers to help passengers move around throughout San Gabriel Valley using public transportation. Come join the largest private-sector operator of public transportation in North America – one that cares about its employees, passengers and their communities.
Stop by Thursday, May 31st between 9 am and 1 pm.
Transdev Foothill Office
5640 Peck Rd.
Arcadia, CA 91006
Bring a copy of your H6 print out from the DMV to the job fair.
You'll Love Working With Us!
Great starting pay — $15.00 per hour
Medical, dental, vision and 401k benefits
We offer development opportunities
Paid time off and holidays
And much more
Mark your calender, let's Talk on May 31st!!
For more information please call Lissette McNatt at (626) 357-7912.
Drive a transit bus and transport passengers around San Gabriel Valley in a safe and courteous manner
Greet passengers, ensure fare payment and maintain a safe environment
Notify dispatch of any incidents, accidents, mechanical concerns
Other duties as required
21 years old or older with a high school diploma, GED or equivalent
A valid driver's license in good standing
Excellent customer and communication skills
Possess or be able to obtain a valid Class B or higher Commercial Driver's license with passenger endorsement and air brake
Physical Requirements Include Ability to:
While performing the essential functions of the job, as Bus Driver, the Driver must (in addition to the aforementioned):
Vertically transfer a bike rack weighing up to 35 lbs. from a start height of 20 inches to an end height of 45 inches up to 1 time per hour.
Vertically transfer bus seats weighing up to 20 lbs. from a start height of 16 inches to an end height of 35 inches up to six times per hour.
Vertically transfer a manual wheelchair ramp weighing up to 40 lbs. from a start height of 0 inches to an end height of 48 inches up to 1 time per hour.
Upper Extremity Push-Pull
Vertically push up an emergency exit ceiling hatch utilizing upper body forces only, at a height of 77 inches, requiring a mechanical force up to 75 lbs. up to 1 time per hour.
Vertically pull down an emergency exit ceiling hatch utilizing upper body forces only, at a height of 77 inches, requiring a mechanical force up to 100 lbs. up to 1 time per hour.
Horizontally pull wheelchair straps utilizing upper body forces only, at a height of 6 inches, requiring a mechanical force up to 5 lbs. up to 12 times per hour.
Grasp or squeeze coach door opening lever requiring forces up to 10 lbs. up to 30 times per hour.
Ascend and descend 2 steps with a height of up to 20 inches from the floor up to 6 times per hour.
Confined Access / Space
Access or works within spaces with specific entries with a width of 26 inches.
Repetitive Posture (Static)
Requires assuming a static kneeling posture to work at a distance 6 inches from the floor for up to 30 seconds up to 3 times per hour; and/or
Requires assuming a static squatting posture to work at a distance 6 inches from the floor for up to 30 seconds up to 3 times per hour.
Repetitive Posture (Dynamic)
Requires assuming a repetitive kneeling posture to examine underneath the coach at a height 14 inches from the floor up to 5 times per hour.
Assumes a seated posture in the coach for a minimum of 1 hour continuously for a total of up to 4 hours.
Ambulate a distance up to 700 feet up to two times per hour.
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For more information please visit our website at www.transdevna.com/careers
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified.
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions upon request.