Business Architecture Consultant (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – April 28, 2016
STA has tremendous leadership who honestly cares about their team. The compensation and benefits are generous. On the whole, co-workers are bright, motivated, and friendly people. Unfortunately, a steady pipeline of work to support the size of organization they would like to be is difficult to fill.
Expect a level of uncertainty in terms of length of employment due to the nature of engagements.
Student Transportation of America (Former Employee) – Cheektowaga, NY – April 4, 2016
A typical day at work would be assisting the bus driver with safety, by securing them in seat belts for their overall safety. I learned how to communicate with children of all ages, with various handicaps. I assist driver in keeping the bus clean on a daily basis. Teamwork was a major part of my job.The hardest part of the job, was a lack of job security. The enjoyable part of my job, was working with many different children you learn something new every day with kids.
Bus Aide (Former Employee) – Williamstown, NJ – August 10, 2015
It was hard for them to work with my hours and when they felt like it was to difficult to try they let me go. I was a good employee for them and showed up early and was requested by a few drivers but they didn't want me there.
System Engineering and Technical Assistant (Former Employee) – Arlington, VA – March 7, 2015
STA is a SETA company. Staff are expected to do what is necessary to become -- and stay -- billable. The management structure is flat, there is no leadership training or mentorship. Be billable or be gone.
Salaries and benefits are sub-par. However, if you're a retired military/civil servant, they'll work with you. Not a company for people early in their career.
Answer incoming calls from parent ,local office ,different schools schedule driver for special trips put together runs for the schools year updating information from students /dispatch drivers to daily runs
School Bus Driver (Current Employee) – Trenton, NJ – August 7, 2012
Thoroughly inspects vehichle upon arrival completed daily inspection logs warm bus for a few minutes amd proceeded to pick up children and drop them off to school's in the morning and again in the afternoon.
Driver (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – April 4, 2012
the hourly rates are fantastic...but part time work is not something to be happy about. after the students are done for the year (summer break/Christmas break) no work no pay...have to collect unemployment. That is not something that im proud of doing
great hourly rate, great job security, has benefits
part time, work does fit the job, of safely transporting children