School Bus Driver (Current Employee) – Antioch, IL – October 24, 2016
This is a pretty decent company to work for. Safety is a top priority and my boss is a great person to work for. The part I don't like, is in being so low in seniority, I can easily get outbid for things I want.
Flexible, good for stay at home parents, retired people
Bus Driver (Current Employee) – Savannah, MO – September 27, 2016
The training and fellow drivers are very professional and serious about transporting students to and from school as well as special events. There are multiple opportunities for additional driving duties.
Bus Monitor (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – September 19, 2016
A typical day at work is us clocking in early in the morning and getting on the bus with our assigned driver picking up our students and carrying them safely to and from school. It's a fun and friendly working environment.
Professional School Bus Driver (Current Employee) – Rochester Hills, MI – September 8, 2016
My typical work day starts by pre-triping the bus and starting my morning pick up. I greet my students and safely transport them to school. I often do a noon shuttle. And after lunch I punch back in and do my p.m. run. I have learned that I am an important member in my team of employees. And that we need each other to do our job to service our students. Management is hard but fair. The hardest part of my job is being off for the summer. The most enjoyable part of my job is knowing that I am the first person that my students see when they leave home and that I greet them with a good morning smile. And have a good night drop off.
The job is the same as your child's school schedule.
Driver (Former Employee) – Missouri – August 15, 2016
It is part time work, no room for advancement. You work in every type of weather. Management has a lot to learn about how to manage, follow through and time management. Typical day begins at 5:30 AM year around. No school means no work most of the time. Co-workers are all in the same boat so we try to help each other. Hardest part is extreme weather conditions and out of control kids. The best part is delivering the precious kiddos to school or home safely with smiles on their faces.
Same work days as your child goes to school. You are off when they are out of school.
School Bus Driver (Former Employee) – Waterbury, CT – August 9, 2016
I entered into the field because it was flexible and worked with my schedule being a single mother of 2. I was able to participate in school functions and maintain household duties while working. It was a very rewarding job.
I transported my children to and from school, I was able to arrange appointments without missing days from work, I had the same days off as my children so I never had to worry about child care, summers off, family environment
no work=no pay unless it was 4 or more consecutive days.
Driver (Current Employee) – Carbondale, IL – July 9, 2016
Good place to work routes are bid on according to seniority. Buses are kept in good shape by an on site garage. The other drivers are pleasant to be around. Management listens to my concerns when I don't understand something. I enjoy meeting students from all parts of the world.
Driver (Current Employee) – Pflugerville, TX – July 2, 2016
My typical day at work will go by pretty smooth because I just went to work because I love working with children. The management here wasn't so good, some of the staff were quite rude but then the other drivers and monitors they have a good humor but it is mostly older people just looking for something to do.
You could definitly get your over time being on a regular route
No good benifits, special needs drivers dont get many field trips (overtime)
Bus Monitor (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – June 30, 2016
well i learned how to work in group , how to stay calm and patient ,the hardest part of the job is maitaining the kidz to stay seated in their sea because we can touch them to sit them down only verbally, i enjoey working with kidz they make my day.
Bus Aide (Current Employee) – Carpentersville, IL – June 26, 2016
the hardest part of the job sometimes is when the kids are not having good day but if you talk to them they love to know that we are there for them at the end of the day they like that they are being understand by someone.