Shuttle Driver – Non – CDL
Position Title:Shuttle Driver - Non - CDL
Reports To:Transportation Manager
Ensure the safe and efficient transport of employees and guests. Effectively supervise and train drivers. Endure completion of related vehicle maintenance, accurate record keeping; safety checks assigned vehicles equipment. Drive scheduled routes as needed.
Develop and maintain operating schedule.
Safely transport guests/employees in company vehicles.
Communicate effectively with guests regarding resort information and concerns/ problems.
Ensure vehicles are clean and maintained in good working order. Report any problems or maintenance requirements to Office Manager or Director.
Handle ski/snowboard equipment.
Other duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Must be able to safely drive in adverse conditions. Must be to problem solve and make safe decisions while driving in adverse conditions. Solid supervisory skills and basic mechanical knowledge of vehicle maintenance required. Basic knowledge of Purgatory Resort and surrounding area preferred.
Alertness, spatial perception, judgment, concentration, patience, near and far acuity, depth perception, field of vision, color vision and visual discrimination are required abilities.
Education or Formal Training: Must be 21 years old. High School diploma or GED preferred. Current Colorado Driver’s License -. An acceptable driving record required.
Material and Equipment Directly Used:
Bus, passenger van, cleaning equipment and supplies, vehicle maintenance equipment and supplies, ski/snowboard equipment and simple office equipment.
Working environment/Physical Activities:
80% of the work day will be spent driving vehicles, often in extreme and/or adverse weather conditions including extreme cold and snow. 20% of the work day is spent in a normal office environment helping with phone calls and paperwork. Potential hazards include mechanical and electrical, and road hazards. Frequently lifting, carrying, pushing and/or pulling objects up to 100 pounds. Occasionally necessary to “dig out” and push vans from stuck positions. Constantly operating the vehicle controls. Frequently stoops, crouches, reaches, handles, and fingers objects. Constant use of near and far acuity, depth perception, field of vision, and color vision.