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Student Shuttle Team Member

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Applicants must schedule an interview with the Safety & Security Assistant Director Clifton Barnes (or designee) prior to being hired/scheduled Drivers must be at least 19 years old with a valid US or Canadian Drivers License. Those with a non-Ohio drivers license may be required to pass a written test prior to being approved as a driver. This is done through FacOps Students must file student employment paperwork (W-4, I-9, Ohio Taxation forms, etc.) before working.

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Announcement Information

Job Summary

The Student Shuttle operates every day that classes are in session during the semester, except for school breaks and final exams. The hours of operation are 9 pm to 2 am 7 day a week and 9 am to 12 noon Monday through Friday.
Team members assist in the operations of the Student Shuttle / Rideline by driving, answering the phone, or by assisting the driver and passengers.

Responsibilities

Team members must be familiar with the Shuttle’s predetermined route and the limited predetermined route alternatives. Team members must check in with S & S Shift Supervisor at the beginning of shift.
Drivers operate the Shuttle vehicle in a safe and reasonable manner; observing Ohio traffic laws and Oberlin ordinances; and adjust their driving techniques to the vehicle, number of passengers, lighting conditions, road and weather conditions.
Drivers, with the support of the Jump Seat person, assists the riders as needed, including boarding and disembarking from the Shuttle; must be familiar with the use of the wheelchair lift and properly securing wheelchairs safely in the vehicle; and enforcing the rules of the Shuttle.
Drivers must be willing to submit to a drug/alcohol test should they become involved in a vehicle crash while operating the Shuttle, regardless of fault in the crash.
Phone Operators answer the Rideline phone, obtain pertinent information regarding the callers’ request including specific location and number of people to be picked up. This information is passed on to the Shuttle so that an estimated time of arrival may be passed back to the caller.
The Jump Seat person assists the riders as needed, including boarding and disembarking from the Shuttle, must be familiar with the use of the wheelchair lift and securing the wheelchair safely in the vehicle; receives the radio transmissions or phone calls from the Phone Operator so that pick up information is passed along to the driver; acts as a spotter/safety person when the Shuttle is driven in reverse; and, along with the driver, enforce the rules of the Shuttle.
Team members fulfill requirements of a Campus Security Authority (CSA) as defined by the Jeanne Cleary Act in relation to reporting crimes to law enforcement authorities while on duty.
Report all accidents, vehicle crashes, injuries, damage to property, safety issues, or other significant incidents that occur while working.
Maintain strict confidentiality regarding work place issues and information.
Other duties may be assigned as necessary.

Qualifications

Drivers must be at lease 19 years old, have a valid operators license issued in the USA or Canada and be able to pass a driving record check to be insurable through the College.
Drivers must demonstrate the ability to operate the Student Shuttle vehicle safely prior to working and transporting passengers.
All team members must have good oral communications and be able to interact well with the callers and riders of the Shuttle Service as well as other team members. Team members must commit to the semester long schedule; are required to work at least one day per week and may be required to work one weekend day per month.
Students must not be on personal leave, academic leave, medical leave, graduated or withdrawn. Students must not be under pending judicial referral or under ongoing judicial or probationary sanctions due to our student employment conduct code.

Quick Link for Posting http://jobs.oberlin.edu/postings/5378
Compensation

$8.60 starting plus $0.05 for each previous semester employed by Safety and Security.
Bi-weekly direct deposit student payroll.

Special Instructions to Applicants

Applicants must schedule an interview with the Safety & Security Assistant Director Clifton Barnes (or designee) prior to being hired/scheduled

Drivers must be at least 19 years old with a valid US or Canadian Drivers License. Those with a non-Ohio drivers license may be required to pass a written test prior to being approved as a driver. This is done through FacOps

Students must file student employment paperwork (W-4, I-9, Ohio Taxation forms, etc.) before working.

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