Pottawatomie County

Mini-Bus Driver (on-call) - Pottawatomie County

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Minimum starting Wage: $13.45 - $16.81/hr (On-call/as needed – non-benefit eligible) - actual starting wage dependent upon qualifications

Responsibilities:  Provides safe transportation for the general public. Collects bus fares and accurately records monetary transactions; assists passengers with loading and unloading; and maintains a clean and orderly bus. 

Education/Experience:  High school diploma, GED, or equivalent, plus one to three years of similar or related experience required.  Must have and maintain a valid Kansas Driver's License.  Commercial Driver's License preferred, but not required.  Must have, or received within six months of employment, emergency first aid and CPR training certification.  

Position requires a clean driving record is also required. A “clean” record is defined as: No misdemeanor or felony convictions for traffic/vehicular offenses (such as but not limited to DUI, vehicular homicide, reckless driving, hit and run, etc.) that are less than five (5) years old; no more than two (2) at fault or chargeable accidents that are less than five (5) years old; no more than two (2) traffic infractions (such as but not limited to speeding, failure to yield right of way, etc.) that are less than one year old.

Drug Free Workplace - Pottawatomie County is committed to a Drug-Free Workplace. By submitting my application I understand the County requires the successful completion of a post-offer pre-employment drug test as a condition of employment. This position may also require additional testing, which may include written, verbal, or physical assessments.

Completion of an employment application does not constitute an offer of employment nor is a completed application considered a contract of employment. Employment with Pottawatomie County is considered to be “at-will”. Submission of an application does not establish an obligation for Pottawatomie County to offer an interview or employment. Additionally, any misrepresentation or omission of information on the employment application may result in the rejection of the application or in dismissal from employment.