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As the Director of Transportation you will provide leadership and oversight to the transportation department in areas such as but not limited to; driver training to current and new employees, 19A program for the agency, safe driver training for non-transportation drivers, conducts vehicle accident investigations. Director will also assist in developing and implementing procedures to maintain efficiencies in operations. Work collaboratively with department management to help direct day to day operations.
Functions as the 19A liaison with DMV
Develops training materials to ensure an effective learning process.
Oversees/provides certification training to Vehicle Operators in wheelchair securement & lift management
Trend event reports and provide summary of review with recommendations for training.
Assesses incidents, complaints, etc. (safety issues, transportation issues, legal issues, department staffing, etc.) for the purpose of resolving or recommending a resolution to the situation.
Ensures staff are assigned to the appropriate tasks; work is scheduled effectively; and checkpoints and controls are set for monitoring progress.
Delegates authority and accountability to staff for appropriate responsibilities and decisions that are consistent with the scope of their capabilities, rules and regulations of regulatory authorities (where applicable), training, and policies of the organization.
Ensures staff and self keep up-to-date on knowledge and developments that impact roles.
Drive as Needed
Health Insurance with agency contribution
Generous Paid Time Off (PTO) - 14 days the first year/ 28 days the second year
8 Paid Holidays
Employer Paid term life insurance
Retirement plan with Agency match
Tuition Reimbursement & Employee Referral Bonus
Must be able to present driver training materials provided by NYS DMV, Insurance companies, etc.
Demonstrates organizational, reporting, recordkeeping, and test administering skills
Develop driver training materials for topics identified by various management analysis tools, (eg: accident trend studies, event report reviews, etc)
Demonstrated verbal, written, interpersonal and leadership skills
Excellent teamwork, collaboration, and business development skills
Ability to travel as necessary to other company offices, accident sites, meetings and events
Standing 40% of the time. Walking 40% of the time. Sitting 20% of the time.
Occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, reach, push, pull and lift.
Will need to push/pull equipment such as wheelchairs for training purposes.
Exerts up to 20 pounds of force frequently and up to 50 pounds of force occasionally.
Visual acuity required to operate motor vehicles, view a computer terminal, and check accuracy, neatness and thoroughness of written work.
Ability to use all equipment and adaptive equipment safely and effectively.
Spends up to 50% of the workday outside.
BS or BA degree in a related field, plus 5 years' experience in transportation with growing responsibilities. 5 years' supervising staff is required. Experience in training staff is required. Knowledge of NYS licensing requirements is a required.
Must possess a NYS 19A examiners certificate Class C or higher within first 6 months of employment, must hold a CDL-C or higher with P endorsement.
Arc Of Monroe County