|Date Posted||March 20, 2020|
DRIVER - NON CDL / PRN (WORK AS NEEDED)
SUMMARY OF JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
The Transportation Driver provides transportation and assistance to residents during scheduled trips in a safe and pleasant manner. They are responsible for keeping vehicles clean and reporting vehicle problems to the Transportation Coordinator.
High School Diploma or equivalent
Valid Ohio Driver License with a clean driving record
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:
- Basic understanding of how motor vehicles work
- Basic computer skills to be able to access the Transportation Schedule
PRINCIPAL JOB ACCOUNTABILITIES:
Obtain maps and directions for destination
Inspect vehicles, monitor all fluid levels, to insure safety and comfort
Arrive at appointed pick-up place on time
Help Residents into and out of vehicles as needed
Provide safe and comfortable trip to destination
Stay with Resident and assist as needed
Fill out billing slips at the end of the trip.
Report all vehicle maintenance and cleaning needs to Transportation Coordinator
Fuel vehicles as needed
Clean vehicles on an ongoing basis
Take vehicles in for repairs as assigned by Transportation Coordinator
Perform minor maintenance as assigned by Transportation Coordinator
Perform office duties as assigned by Transportation Coordinator
Attend in-services and department meetings
Maintain a flexible schedule, inform Transportation Coordinator of changes in availability
JOB ACCOUNTABILITIES – Other:
- Performs other related duties as needed.
The above statements are only meant to be a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities performed by incumbents of this job. The incumbents may be requested to perform job-related tasks other than those stated in this description.
- Hazardous road conditions
- Outdoors in extreme heat and cold
- Scheduled to work any time of day or night
- Last-minute schedule changes
CONTINUING EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:
NON-PATIENT CARE STAFF (21-50 LBS.) – PHYSICAL DEMANDS
Occasional – 1 to 33% of workday
Frequent – 34 – 66% of workday
Constant – 67 – 100% of workday
Not at all – 0% of workday
Lift 0-50#, 6-36” from floor; lift 0-30#, 6-72” from floor; climbing stairs; climbing ladders, working from heights, crawling, kneeling, running, operating machines: (2 foot/feet).
Unilateral horizontal reach 0-18”; unilateral vertical reach 36—72”; bilateral carry 100’, 50#; push/pull 100’, 19 ft. lbs.; lift 0-30#, 6-36” from floor; lift 0-50#, 36-48” from floor; operating machines: (2 hand(s)).
Sitting, standing, walking: 2.3 mph, 0 incline; bilateral fine motor manipulation; functional near, far, color vision aided or unaided; functional hearing aid or unaided; functional verbal communication skills; working overtime as assigned to meet operational/patient care demands.
NOT AT ALL
Hold 200# patient sidelying while doing procedure x 2 min; roll 200# patient away/toward self; transfer 105# person chair-chair 5x/hr. with gait belt; bed-cart transfer with 200# person and assist of one with sheet; more 200# person up in bed with assist of one and sheet.
Category II Job Classification – Laurel Lake employees who have jobs with tasks that rarely involve exposure to blood, body fluids, or tissues and have no contact with used sharps.
Job Hazard Risks:
Infectious Disease Exposure
Hazard Materials Exposure (Nuclear, Biological, Chemical)
Workplace Violence Potential
This job description identifies the general nature and level of work to be performed. It is not to be considered an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties or skills required of an incumbent.