Transportation Coordinator | Canoe Brook Center

Position Summary/Purpose:
Responsible for the development, growth, and supervision of all day-to-day operations of Canoe Brook Senior
Center transportation system with an active ridership of 475+ riders providing 10,000+ rides annually.
Coordinates evening meeting schedules. Assists with Center operations; daily financial, and activity tasks.

Essential Job Functions:
(The essential functions or duties listed below are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed.
The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position.)

  • Manage a fleet of 6 vehicles, 5 CDL drivers, and a team of 18 volunteer drivers.
  • Schedule, route, and dispatch daily transportation services and occasional evening & weekend activities.
  • Responsible for driver supervision, passenger communications, and vehicle maintenance.
  • Schedule, conduct, and document safety evaluations for all passengers requesting transportation services.
  • Recruit, train, and supervise CDL bus drivers and volunteer medical car drivers.
  • Develop and maintain vehicle safety protocols: inspections, maintenance, and repairs.
  • Provide daily and monthly statistical data, safety evaluations, and monthly reports.
  • Conduct accident investigations, file incident reports, and implement preventative safety protocols.
  • Review, educate, and enforce Canoe Brook transportation procedures and policies.
  • Ensure compliance with all FMSCA & OSHA regulations, including mandatory drug testing.
  • Coordinate driver training, annual recognition party, fundraising activities, & donation development.
  • Assist with financial operations including daily payments, reconciliation, reports, and data analysis.
  • Develop an annual transportation budget & capital purchase schedule. Assist with new vehicle procurement.
  • Evaluate the safety of road conditions during inclement weather. Remove snow & ice from vehicles.
  • Possess & maintain CDL class B or C with passenger endorsement. Drive vehicles as needed.
  • Schedule & manage 450+ evening meetings annually, 2-night security personnel, ensure all building rentals/usage protocols are complied with, document payments, and Certificates of Insurance.
  • Work collaboratively with Canoe Brook staff in daily operations; addressing inquiries on programs and services, taking payments, room set-up, producing a monthly newsletter, and activity coordination.

Please send your resume to careers@branford-ct.gov 

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Submission Deadline 
Tuesday, October 29, 2019

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