Van Monitor Job
Descriptionnormal;background:white'>$11.00 per hournormal;background:white'>181 days per yearnormal;background:white'>Monday - Fridaynormal;background:white'>4.5 hours per daynormal;background:white'>7:15 a.m. – 9:15 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.normal;background:white'>
To support the safe
and reliable transportation of students by assisting the van driver with the
movement, management, and care of students while they are being transported to
an assigned destination as well as when they are boarding or leaving the
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Assist students with
entering or exiting the van in a safe manner.
Seat students safely
using needed seat belts, car seats or wheel chair restraints, etc.
Serve as a role model
for students in demonstrating a positive attitude, good moral character, and
Monitor passengers at
all times to ensure safety regulations and student conduct rules are followed.
management through communication and discipline per District policy.
Document and report
any violations or conduct concerns to appropriate Administrators.
passengers in evacuation of the vehicle in case of emergency.
Ensure that children
take their belongings with them when leaving the van.
Assist driver in
keeping the interior of the assigned vehicle clean and presentable.
Complete all required
paperwork and submit to the appropriate employee/department in a timely manner.
Display the highest
ethical and professional behavior in working with fellow employees,
supervisors, parents, and school personnel; always promoting company goodwill.
Present a neat and
professional appearance at all times.
Report to duty on time
and perform all responsibilities in a safe manner.
Attend all assigned
training, safety meetings, and in-service meetings.
Other duties as
Must meet physical and
complete and pass all training and attend safety meetings and in-service
meetings in order to remain qualified
Must have a high
degree of attention to detail and considerable dexterity to safely use various
types of restraints, secure wheelchairs, etc.
Ability to relate to
and work well with children
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