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Massachusetts Employer School Van Monitors in North Andover, Massachusetts

School Van Monitor If you are looking for the job that gives you the perfect combo of Pay, Benefits, & Flexibility, you just found it! Being a Van Monitor gives you the pay you deserve, the benefits you need, plus the flexibility to earn more money on the side, run errands, or go home and watch Netflix. Oh, and the most important part! You get to positively impact the lives of children in your community by driving them to school! What We Offer: FLEXIBILITY 25-29 hours per week Split Shifts- 6:00am-9:00am & 1:00pm-4:00pm (example: exact hours depend on assigned route) Run errands or pick up hours as a ride share driver in between (not with company vehicle) Attention Parents! Take your own kids on the van with you! 401(k) plan option, Dental, Vision, & Company Paid Life Insurance Paid classroom and on-the-job training Requirements: Age 18+ Ability to pass a background check, CORI & SORI What You?ll Be doing: Monitor student behavior to provide appropriate guidance, feedback, and direction when necessary. Safely assist students as needed. This includes helping them enter and exit the vehicle, using the vehicle?s lap and shoulder belts, and safely securing them in car seats and booster seats. Communicate effectively and clearly in (English) with students, parents, teachers, and staff. We are dedicated to providing a superior level of special transportation services to our schools, students and communities. Critical to our success is the performance of our drivers and monitors. This job description summarizes some of the duties and responsibilities our drivers and monitors are expected to fulfill. You may be needed to perform other duties and responsibilities as the situation dictates or as assigned by your supervisor. Essential Job Duties: Safely assist students as needed. This includes helping them enter and exit the vehicle, using the vehicle?s lap and shoulder belts, and safely securing them in car seats and booster seats. Lifting may be required. Monitor student behavior to provide appropriate guidance, feedback, and direction when necessary. ? Report unsafe and inappropriate student behavior to management; follow directions and implement corrective steps as assigned. Must be able to communicate effectively and clearly in (English) with students, parents, teachers, and NRT staff. Must demonstrate effective interpersonal communication skills while using thes two-way radio system. Must have the physical capability to safely install car seats and booster seats. Must comply with all policies and procedures as identified in the Employee Handbook, Company training sessions, and bi-weekly newsletters. Must be available for both morning (5:45 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.) and afternoon (1:00 p.m. to 5:45 p.m.) routes. Must be able to follow written and verbal directions and instructions from supervisors. Must demonstrate a willingness to work effectively with school age children with special needs. Must pass CORI, SORI, and fingerprint tests and random drug screenings. Physical Requirements: Be able to perform First Aid and CPR during training and during an actual emergency. Be able to enter and exit the vehicle routinely, safely, and without difficulty. Be able to remove snow and ice from the vehicle during the winter weather. Be able to complete a pre and post trip vehicle inspection. Be able to enter and exit the vehicle multiple times in order to conduct a thorough inspection for student safety. Be able to assist students on and off the van in the case of an emergency. Lifting may be required. Must be able to position wheelchairs and safely install and secure wheelchair restraints. Must be able to manually operate the wheelchair lift when necessary. Safety First! Our company is serious about Safety! During the COVID-19 pandemic we implemented several additional safety protocols, including PPE, cleaning supplies,

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