compensation: Depends on Experience employment type: part-time
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Give others a real lift.
Are you looking for a more deeply satisfying career? Would you like to be able to play an important role in improving the lives of seniors by enabling them to enjoy greater freedom and mobility.
At Holiday Retirement, we have rewarding opportunities for individuals to provide bus and other transportation to our residents, including community outings and medical appointments. We're looking to you to help these wonderful people go places in an orderly and respectful manner.
In this key role, you will drive and maintain buses and other vehicles and schedule destinations while being accessible to management to handle unexpected situations. To be successful, you must have:
•Compassion for others
•Composure under pressure
•Do-what-it-takes customer focus
In addition, candidates will possess:
•A valid CDL
•High school diploma
•Clean driving record (must be able to provide driving record)
•The ability to drive a bus and other vehicles while meeting Federal and State regulations
•The ability to maintain our vehicles
•Strong communication and time-management skills
Join us and enjoy competitive compensation, excellent benefits and the rewards that come from improving the lives of others.
To apply, please reply to posting with resume or come to our community and fill out application
About Holiday Retirement.
For nearly 40 years, Holiday Retirement has been committed to providing seniors with the very best options for independent and assisted living. Today, we are proud to offer seniors the choice of over 300 communities throughout the country. Holiday Retirement communities are unlike any other "retirement" communities. These unique locations offer an exceptional lifestyle full of enriching activities for our residents and deeply fulfilling careers for those who embrace our commitment to seniors.
Principals only. Recruiters, please don't contact this job poster.
do NOT contact us with unsolicited services or offers