Bus Driver Position
Minerva Central School is currently accepting applications for a Custodian/Bus Driver. The position is immediately available. School bus drivers need to meet the following license requirements: a CDL Class B License with Passenger Endorsement and School Bus Endorsement. The district is willing to offer paid training to the right candidate. Health, dental, vision, and retirement benefits are available.
Interested candidates must have a clean driving record, the ability to meet physical performance requirements, pass random drug & alcohol tests, and pass a background check. Please apply online or contact the school.
Automotive Mechanic/Bus Driver
Minerva Central School is accepting applications for a full-time Automotive Mechanic/Bus Driver. Minimum qualifications include two (2) years of experience as a skilled automotive repairman. Candidates need to be eligible for an appropriate New York State driver's license; have possession of a license at the time of appointment and must maintain the license throughout the term of employment. Additional licensing required for school bus drivers: a CDL class B license with passenger endorsement and School Bus Endorsement. Bus license training would be provided by Minerva Central School District.
Applicant must have a thorough knowledge of standard automotive repair methods and of the terminology and tools of the trade; demonstrated ability to make difficult repairs to heavy automotive and other mechanical equipment; familiarity with welding techniques; ability to work from plans and specifications and to follow rough draft sketches and oral instructions; good motor and hand-eye coordination; manual dexterity; good physical condition.
Typical work activities are performing skilled operations in the repair and overhaul of gasoline and diesel motor equipment, including trucks, tractors, and buses; repairing or replacing motor pumps, fuel pumps, generators, carburetors, and shock absorbers; repairing ignition systems, transmissions, brake systems, clutches, and front and rear axles; adjusting connecting rods and bearings; adjusting steering mechanisms and aligns wheels; making minor welding repairs to automotive equipment; greasing vehicles, changing oil and oil filters; tuning engines and sets the timing; attaching and removing snowplow blades and other auxiliary equipment; bodywork repair; operate a school bus on an assigned route.
This is a 12-month position and the district is willing to offer paid training to the right candidate. Health, dental, vision, and retirement benefits are available.
All interested candidates must have a clean driving record, the ability to meet physical performance requirements, pass random drug and alcohol tests, and pass a background check.
Please apply online at OLASJOBS.org or contact the school at 518-251-2000