BUSINESS AND OPERATIONAL SERVICES
1. High school diploma or equivalent.
2. Understanding and familiarity with education and technology processes and functions.
3. Ability to organize and prioritize tasks in a manner to ensure that deadlines are met.
4. Excellent communication and public relations skills.
5. Excellent supervisory and leadership skills.
6. Knowledge and understanding of Windows platforms.
7. Demonstrated ability to effectively utilize word processing, database spreadsheet, and transportation routing software.
8. Knowledge of time management, filing, employee, and communication processes in a professional environment.
9. Answer the telephone, greet and assist parents, vendors, and the public.
10. Maintain and work with student records, and reports on a daily basis.
11. Respond to requests for information from parents, community members, administration, and staff.
12. Create reports and prepare correspondence.
13. Demonstrate confidentiality.
14. Must possess a valid State of Wisconsin Driver’s License.
15. Must be able to work with minimum supervision.
16. Ability to recognize problems and take initiative to solve them using established procedures and routines.
Previous experience with student transportation.
Special Requirements of the Position:
1. Ability to deal with highly confidential material in a very responsible manner.
2. Ability to anticipate needs and function independently.
3. Ability to make decisions based on established procedures and routines.
This position will involve 8 hours per day, 12-months per year. The starting pay range for this position is $21.40 to $26.75 per hour.
1. Maintain and update student data files.
2. Manage, maintain, and upgrade transportation software, hardware, and operating system.
3. Process daily bus changes.
4. Act as a liaison between parents and the bus contractor.
5. Work with the bus contractor to establish and maintain bus runs for regular education, special education, and summer school students.
6. Process payments to the accounts payable department for transportation billing.
7. Coordination of two bus evacuation drills on an annual basis.
8. Identify bus stops for new subdivisions.
9. Assist in responding to parent and community transportation concerns.
10. Assist in coordinating student transportation for all school closings.
11. Assist in responding to, following up, and reporting on all bus incidents.
12. Supervise, train, and direct duties of the transportation secretary.
13. All other duties as assigned.
Applications will be accepted only through the Wisconsin Education Career Access Network (WECAN). Go to:
https://wecan.waspa.org/Employer/Vacancy/PublicSupport/3479 to create an account and submit your application materials.