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Director of Transportation Services

Director of Transportation Services

Liberty Union High School District;

We are located in Brentwood, CA which is located just east of the Bay Area

Application Deadline: July 15, 2024

Annual Salary: $99,376 - $128,154, plus a competitive benefit package

Full time 12 months


Under general direction, to plan, organize and direct the operation of the consortium transportation program; to supervise all departmental personnel; to coordinate routing and driver assignment; to plan for long-term needs; develop and manage transportation budget; to serve as departmental liaison to the East County Transportation Consortium; and to do related work as required.


Five years of experience in transportation work preferred, including two years of supervisory experience, and two years of service in a functional component of the departments, such as: bus driver, auto mechanic, dispatcher, bus driver trainer, or related management/supervisory experience.

Licenses and Certifications:

Valid California Class B commercial driver's license with passenger and air brake endorsements. Valid and appropriate California School Bus Driver Instructor's Certificate. Valid First Aid and CPR Certification issued by an authorized agency.

APPLY on EDJOIN using the link below

Posted June 26, 2024

Substitute - Paid Bus Driver Training Program

Requirements / Qualifications

Valid driver's license and a current K-4 (DMV Driving Record) to be uploaded into your application. You can obtain this by visiting:

Materials: Fully completed EDJOIN on-line application. A resume does not take the place of a completed application. Valid driver's license and a current K-4 (DMV Driving Record) to be uploaded into your application. Professional References must be from evaluating supervisor/manager. Take and pass MVUSD Bus Driver Trainee Test Upon Completion of the Paid Training Program - Employee will have obtained: Valid California Commercial Drivers License, Class A or B with Passenger & School Bus Endorsements, California Special Drivers Certificate, Medical Examination Certificate, T-01, and First Aid & CPR Certification. *****PLEASE NOTE BELOW*********************************** At the close of posting, qualified applicants will be emailed an invitation to test along with the test date, time, and location. Please watch your email and your EDJOIN account.

  • DMV Printout
  • Driver's License Copy (Driver's License Copy)

Comments and Other Information

The Murrieta Valley Unified School District is committed to equal opportunity for all individuals in education and in employment and does not discriminate on the basis of actual or perceived ancestry, age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, immigration status, race or ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, pregnancy, parental/marital or family status, primary language, medical condition, genetic information, or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. The Board prohibits, at any district school or school activity, unlawful discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying of any student based on the protected characteristics named above. (MVUSD BP410, AR/BP 1312.3, AR/BP 4030 , AR 4031, AR/BP 5145.3, BP5146, BP5131.2)

Posted July 11, 2024






PRIMARY FUNCTIONS: Under general supervision, diagnose, repair and service heavy duty diesel and gasoline powered District vehicles, school buses and related equipment, and perform other related duties as required.

DIRECTLY RESPONSIBLE TO: Director of Transportation and Lead Mechanic


  • Perform scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, repair, service, and inspection on all District school buses, automobiles, trucks and other mechanical equipment.
  • Diagnostic troubleshooting and preventative maintenance, repair, overhauling, including but not limited to engines, transmissions, differentials, braking systems, electrical, air conditioning and other related accessories, inspecting and troubleshooting on school buses in keeping with the California State Vehicle Code according to California Highway Patrol inspection requirements
  • Maintain and repair shop equipment and other mechanical equipment
  • Perform gas and electric welding
  • Fabricate parts, special tools and other shop equipment
  • Keep shop clean, orderly and in a safe manner
  • Perform minor repairs and painting to vehicle bodies, fenders and other metal surfaces
  • Respond to emergency road service calls during on-duty hours, weekends and after hours if necessary
  • Maintain detailed and accurate records of inspections, repairs, maintenance and parts inventory
  • Perform related work as may be assigned


EDUCATION: Equivalent to the completion of the twelfth grade with supplemental training and courses in mechanics. Possession of Brake Inspector Certification – air & hydraulic systems DOT 396.25 – 13 CCR 1232(e)

EXPERIENCE: Four (4) years of skilled experience performing broad and varied repairs

to school buses, heavy and light vehicles, diesel engines and hydraulic systems

KNOWLEDGE OF: Provisions of the California Motor Vehicle Code, the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards and the California Highway Patrol Inspection requirements; the California Motor Vehicle Code, California Code of Regulations and the educational code concerning pupil transportation and maintenance of vehicles and school buses; methods, materials, tools and equipment used in the repair, overhaul and maintenance of vehicles, buses, trucks, tractors, and other equipment used in the District; shop mathematics applicable to the mechanical trades; safety precautions and procedures; diagnostic trouble shooting and preventative maintenance; ability to keep accurate and orderly repair records.

ABILITY TO: Perform skilled repair and overhaul work on heavy and light duty gasoline and diesel powered equipment, use standard mechanics equipment skillfully in the performance of assigned work. Work from mechanical diagrams and technical automotive repair manuals. Understand and follow oral and written directions; work cooperatively and effectively with other staff, bus drivers, administrators and governmental agencies.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Heavy work may entail lifting, carrying, pushing, and/or pulling up to approximately 100 pounds, with frequent lifting and/or carrying of heavy objects.

LICENSES REQUIRED: Possession of or ability to obtain (within six (6) months) a valid California Commercial Driver’s License with air brake and passenger transportation endorsement for appropriate types of equipment road tested or operated and a valid DOT approved medical certificate & first aid certification. Capable of being insured to operate District owned vehicles in accordance with District insurance determinations.

Posted June 11, 2024 | 855.227.8668

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