SUNSHINE RETIREMENT LIVING LLC
Courtesy Shuttle Driver (Finance)
Ability to drive the Community van or other vehicles, meeting all federal, state, and provincial driving regulations and requirements.
Possess excellent customer service and organizational skills.
Prospective drivers must have a valid license, have a good driving record with passenger endorsement, if applicable.
Must be 21 years of age to drive a Non-CDL Class C vehicle.
Ability to operate the Community bus or other vehicles in a safe manner at all times, ensuring the safety of all passengers.
Ability to meet the needs of the residents, transporting them to destinations on time and in orderly fashion. Accounts for all residents when leaving and returning to the facility.
Ability to work a flexible shift and schedule, including weekends.
Ability to care for the Community van or other vehicles, ensuring routine preventative maintenance and cleaning is being done (checking tires, rotation of tires, oil changes, brakes are in good order). Reports mechanical issues, maintenance, and repair needs to supervisor.
May be responsible for ensuring all vehicle license plates, inspection tags, insurance cards, and accident kit are current and displayed properly.
Must submit a completed Non-CDL driver packet supplied by Sunshine Retirement Living prior to driving and receive written authorization with approval from Sunshine Retirement Living.
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively in English, both verbally and in writing, with residents and staff.
Meets state health related requirements (as applicable for position).
Must have a current medical card. (If expiring within 3 months of hire, will be required to receive updated medical card prior to hire)
Ability to work in a team setting and be a team player.
Maintain a positive, respectful, and professional approach with coworkers and residents
Ability to keep all business and operations information confidential.
Ability to work under time constraints and meet department deadlines.
Ability to follow and adhere to policies, procedures and standards.
ESSENTIAL JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Meet all federal, state, and provincial driving regulations.
Read and abide to the Vehicle Safety Policy.
Operate the Community bus or other vehicles in a safe manner at all times.
Drive the Community bus or other vehicles to and from required destinations staying within 100 air mile radius and within state lines.
Assist residents with walkers and groceries on and off the bus as needed and appropriately secure walkers when in motion.
Must know how to operate the mechanical lift on the bus both hydraulically and manually (if applicable).
Interact with residents regarding their transportation needs in a caring and considerate manner.
Schedule destinations of Community bus or other vehicles as directed by the Community Management Team.
Be accessible to the Community Management Team during working hours. This may include electronic equipment (Community cell phone with hands-free device, Community pager) or other means to stay in touch if there are changes in the schedule or unforeseen circumstances.
Responsible for timely submission of paperwork related to the performance of job duties as required by operational procedures or as requested.
Complete daily vehicle inspection and daily hours of service log reports following all DOT & State regulations.
May be assigned to any other job function in the Community on a relief basis.
Perform other duties as assigned by Supervisor.
OTHER JOB DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Perform all work assigned for the agreed-upon salary, accepting no additional payment or non-perishable gifts from residents, vendors, Community Management, or others.
Meet the assigned work requirements of the job. Regular attendance is required.
Serve as a role model for all employees by displaying a responsible, cooperative, and positive attitude.
Represent the Community in a professional, courteous, and friendly manner.
Adhere to dress/appearance code. Changes in attire may be dictated by special occasion or weather conditions. If you have questions, check with your supervisor.
Adhere to company policies.
Promote resident advocacy and demonstrate excellent customer service at all times.
Follow specified procedures as outlined in the Safety Manual regarding the handling of contaminated material encountered in accidents or injuries on the Community premises.
Attend education and training classes as necessary to fulfill state or provincial regulations applicable to the position.
Maintain personnel, resident and business proprietary and/or confidential matters/material in strict confidence with management of the company (and/or other company staff as needed).
This position is considered a universal employee worker and will be crossed trained in other positions as directed by the supervisor.