Safety Officer (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY 11208 – September 14, 2018
Fast-paced work environment. Management, not so friendly. Diversity with the worker's you dealt with. Total Transportation Corporation is a bus company that services the handicapped as well as school children, throughout the five boroughs. My position dealt with accident investigations within the company. Our drivers were from different backgrounds, which at time made it difficult to properly determine who was at fault.
Bus Attendant (Former Employee) – Bronx, NY – February 2, 2019
This Job is only good for Retirees or if you have a 2nd Job for the weekends. You wake up early like around 2 am to go to a Bus Depot or Parking Lot wait in a school bus or cold trailer to be assigned a driver if you don't get a driver you wait all day to be assigned one. If you do get a driver you work from 7a to 9 am then go home to meet your driver at the last stop you had and work from 2p-5p or a little later.
Bus Attendant (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – December 13, 2018
If your young starting off in college i would go for it but overall its not a career job you can make it through college with this type of job and my advice is when you finish school immediately get a better job thats in your field of study
Cab Driver (Current Employee) – Elmira, NY – December 24, 2018
The company it self is a good company to work for. However some of the customers are a little hard to deal with when they are under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol. This made it difficult for me to perform my job to the best of my ability. I always kept a professional mannerisms while driving all my customers to the destinations.
Bus Monitor (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – July 25, 2018
I’ve learned a lot with working with disability children and it wasn’t very easy but I stayed because it was nothing I couldn’t handle. I have kids I deal with all day long. It’s all about keeping the children safe at the end of the day.
School Bus Driver (Current Employee) – United States – July 9, 2018
Great/Friendly work place,the staff are Wonderful, I absolutely love to experience being on the road exploring nature while safely transporting my Children. if it’s any issues with my bus it’s handle immediately!
Former Truck driver (OTR) (Former Employee) – Hammond, LA – April 28, 2017
This company is honstly a good company. Its all about what you make out of it though. My checks use to be 800 to 1200 after taxes and insurance almost every week. And on a bad week 500 to 700 paycheck. But if u look at it this way if you get two good weeks in a row and one bad one after that you still could wind up with 3400 in three weeks.. P.S. Daniel CORKERN best dispatcher there in my opinion. There some local/dedicated runs you just have to tell your dispatch. ALL TRUCKS ARE AUTOMATIC
Paycheck, friendly management, you control your schedule once you prove your self in about 6 months
Customer Service/Receptionist (Former Employee) – Mira Loma, CA – November 6, 2014
Hardworking Customer Service professional with a diverse background in transportation, retail sales, and mortgage. Diligent and dependable with excellent skills in time management and a team player attitude. Proficient in learning new tasks quickly and exceeding expectations. Outgoing and friendly, with service driven nature. Key competencies include:
> Excellent communicator > Ability to develop and implement new policies and procedures. > Accountable and reliable > Quick learner > Managerial skills with the capability to schedule personnel and maintain inventory. > Decision making and problem solving.
Dispatch Customer service rep (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – May 22, 2017
Building a great customer service team striving for amazing excellence in what the company stood for not only there employees but also servicing the public. Everything about this company recognize your ability to grow and they help you with growing beside the long hours it was a very great place of employment.