Careers Duties: Motor Transportation

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List of Career Duties Under Motor Transportation Business Sector

Chauffeur Motorbus

  • Drive bus to transport passengers over specified routes to local or distant points according to time schedule
  • Assist passengers with baggage collects tickets or cash fares
  • Regulate heating, lighting and ventilating systems for passenger comfort
  • Comply with local traffic regulations
  • Report delays or accidents
  • Record cash receipts ticket fares
  • May make repairs change tires
  • May inspect bus check gas, oil, and water before departure
  • May load or unload baggage or express checked by passengers in baggage compartment
  • May transport pupils between pickup points and school be designated Bus Driver, School motor trans.
  • May drive diesel or electric powered transit bus to transport passengers over established city route be designated Motor-Coach Driver motor trans. , Trolley-Coach Driver motor trans. .

Checker

  • Count and herds cattle, hogs, or sheep as they are unloaded from shipping trucks in stockyard verifies information on ticket, like number of head, identifying markings on livestock, and designated commission agency
  • Mark time of arrival on ticket gives it to shipper as receipt
  • Herd livestock into separate pens according to markings which identify commission agency to which stock is assigned
  • May mark identification on stock, using shears or chalk.

City Service Supervisor

  • Select passenger bus depot sites along routes and sets up agreement between company agent
  • Inspect depots for making sure maintenance of company standards for food passenger comfort facilities
  • Collect & audits ticket sales computes agents commission
  • Advise agent of bus schedule changes
  • Investigate accidents arranges settlements.

Coach Operator

  • Drive bus to transport passengers over specified routes to local or distant points according to time schedule
  • Assist passengers with baggage collects tickets or cash fares
  • Regulate heating, lighting and ventilating systems for passenger comfort
  • Comply with local traffic regulations
  • Report delays or accidents
  • Record cash receipts ticket fares
  • May make repairs change tires
  • May inspect bus check gas, oil, and water before departure
  • May load or unload baggage or express checked by passengers in baggage compartment
  • May transport pupils between pickup points and school be designated Bus Driver, School motor trans.
  • May drive diesel or electric powered transit bus to transport passengers over established city route be designated Motor-Coach Driver motor trans. , Trolley-Coach Driver motor trans. .

Customer Services Supervisor

  • Supervise and coordinates activities of workers engaged in servicing promoting shipper accounts for parcel-delivery firm
  • Review records indicating shipper parcel volume, claims for damaged and lost parcels and deficiencies in parcel preparation for pickup delivery
  • Discuss service to shippers with assigned representatives to develop plans of service
  • Meet with, or directs representatives to meet with, shippers to resolve problems in wrapping and handling of parcels and relationships between firms employees shippers
  • Assign representatives to solicit prospective accounts
  • Evaluate performance and productivity of workers reports to management
  • Perform other duties as described under Supervisor clerical Master Title.

Director Transportation

  • Formulate policies, programs, and procedures for transportation system, including schedules, rates, routes, assignment of drivers and vehicles other terminal operations
  • Submit recommendations for development of and compliance with transportation policies, procedures and programs
  • Plan, directs and implements vehicle scheduling, allocation, dispatching, licensing and communication functions in accordance with established policies objectives to effect economical utilization of vehicle facilities
  • Direct compilation issuance of timetables
  • Conduct continuous analyses of vehicle and driver assignments analyzes scheduling for possible consolidation
  • Review and revises driver schedules to make sure increased efficiency to lower costs
  • Conduct field surveys to evaluate operations recommends changes
  • Direct compilation preparation of statistical surveys to define traffic trends
  • Review and analyzes reports, like revenue performance records, and seat occupancy patterns to secure information for recommended changes
  • Analyze proposed schedules and rates, initiates preparation and distribution of proposed trip schedule changes, and submits analyses of data rescheduling recommendations to administration
  • Direct operation and maintenance of communication systems, reviews procedures, provides guidance to resolve technical problems, analyzes costs recommends cost control measures
  • Review cost statements to locate excessive expenses, and develops plans, policies, and budgets
  • Select and recommends personnel for staff positions and trains assigns personnel for supervisory positions.

Dispatcher

  • Dispatch taxicabs in response to telephone requests for service
  • Maintain operational map showing location of each cab
  • Contact drivers of assigned sector by radio or telephone to relay request for service
  • Logs calls relayed to each driver address of patron
  • Arrange for relief cab or driver.

Dispatcher

  • Dispatch interstate or long-distance buses according to schedule and oversees Bus Drivers motor trans. Bus Attendants motor trans. while they are at terminal
  • Issue orders for station departure of buses at specified hours, according to schedule
  • Arrange for extra buses drivers in case of accidents or heavy traffic
  • Announce incoming outgoing buses over public address system in bus terminal
  • May supervise loading, unloading, and checking of baggage or express shipped by bus
  • May inspect drivers appearance physical condition prior to dispatch.

Dispatcher Bus And Trolley

  • Supervise coordinates activities of operators of buses, transit coaches, and trolleys in city or urban transportation system to convey passengers according to schedule
  • Record movement and location of vehicles & road crews to inform other departments or public regarding current schedules routes
  • Receive telephone or radio reports of accidents, delays, fires, equipment breakdowns and other operating or maintenance difficulties
  • Report difficulties and dispatches orders to other divisions to maintain or restore service schedules
  • Dispatch extra vehicles and emergency crews to scene of accident or breakdown, advising them of location of trouble and proximity of feeder lines power circuits
  • Maintain log of scheduled runs, numbers of vehicles, and names of drivers
  • Record calls emergencies
  • Make report of all accidents
  • May suspend or call in operators for infractions of operating regulations.

Driver Supervisor

  • Supervise and coordinates activities of Tractor-Trailer-Truck Driver any industry 904.383-010 Truck Drivers, Heavy any industry 905.663-014 engaged in operating motor vehicles to haul materials for motor freight company or in off-highway haulage activities at industrial site
  • Perform duties as described under Supervisor any industry Master Title.

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