School Bus Driver
|Posted:||March 26, 2021 (posted 50 days ago)||View All Jobs|
|Location:||Atlanta, GA (Fulton County)|
|Company:||Samson Tours Inc.
3745 Zip Industrial Blvd SE
Atlanta, GA 30354
We need Full time and Part time drivers $16 starting pay (could increase based on the experience after 90 days)
To be hired by Samson Tours a driver must meet the requirements dictated by: Part 391, Subpart B, Paragraph 391.11 of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations. Company insurance providers (MVR and minimum 2 years of experience). Company standards (number of jobs, past assessments regarding quality of work performance, reasons for previous terminations, type / s of CMV equipment driven, preventable accidents, background check, road test, et al). A driver’s employment with Samson Tours is “at will”, in accordance with Georgia law. “At will” means that the employee may resign at any time and the employer may discharge the employee at any time, with or without cause. The “Drivers Handbook” should in no way be construed as creating a fixed term of employment. Probationary Period. All new employees are on probation for ninety (90) days after date of hire (first dispatch). During this time the balance of various past - employment and driving record checks will be completed. Knowledge, attitude, job performance, personal hygiene, etc, will be closely monitored to assess whether the requisite “professionalism” exists to qualify a driver for confirmation of employment status. Terminations. Company management imposes rigorous “pre-hire” standards which an applicant must meet to be employed. Once hired, with a satisfactory work performance, an employee can expect a positive working relationship with the administrative staff. At times, however, circumstances dictate a severance of the employment relationship. Examples of conduct which may cause immediate termination include: 1. Major safety violations. a. Drug and alcohol usage. b. Negligence / recklessness while operating company equipment. c. Failure to report any accident in which you are involved. d. Transporting unauthorized passengers. e. Excessive accidents.