Bus/Trolley Operator for 7 years
Quality Control Inspector 2 years
Q.C./ Revenue Attendant until I
retired . [level of management]-level manager with [years of experience] years of managerial experience. Strong strategic-planning and people-management skills.
Open and close Revenue Island then process finished vehicles: remove & dump cash boxes , change if needed ( replace problem cash box -write problem down & report to Revenue Control Center ) Fill in Run / Pull In Sheets , communicate with Control Centers -Transportation & Revenue when vehicles are late or don't show then fill out proper paper work ,
Make sure AM & PM Lines recieved proper vehicles for that line, making sure there were no delays, make vehicle changes when needed , get operators & vehicles for emergency service ,check vehicles for damage upon returning to the district , accident and incident reports had to filled out if necessary ,worked for Transportation and had communication with control centers - transportation and Revenue control centers . During the inspection of the vehicles I made a list of House Cleans and Body damage vehicles for Shop Foreman * Quality Control Inspector's position was combined with Revenue Attendants job
Drive vehicles safely while taking passengers to their destinations, being safe while keeping schedule. Collecting fares :
watching fare box to see if proper fares were paid and courteously requesting fare if needed , call out stops and connecting vehicle routes at stops. Communicate with control Centers and Supervisors and Disdatchers ( examples - passenger incident, accident , items left on vehicle at the end of trip found during interior inspection before next trip )
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