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Employment Opportunity Web Page
Pacific Transit System is accepting
applications for the following employment positions:
Pacific Transit has an opening in our Raymond Office for a Part-Time
Receptionist/Dispatcher/Office Clerk-2. This position is a 26 hour work week
consisting of Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, plus fill-in during the week as
needed. This is a non-exempt position. Some benefits will be
Salary: Wage is $10.50 - $12.50 per hour DOQ
to: Director and Administrative Assistant
Position Summary: This
position provides support to ensure efficient operation of the Administrative
Office and its operational bus services.
Scope of Responsibilities:
Duties will include but is not limited to: provide courteous customer
assistance both on the phone and in person; answering multi-line phone;
scheduling and dispatching the Dial-A-Ride Paratransit Van; require to lift up
to 50 pounds; operate a two-way radio to communicate with drivers; and maintain
databases and run various reports as required. Knowledge of the Pacific
County's geography and street systems both in the Raymond-South Bend area and
the Peninsula area is helpful. Must have knowledge of office equipment
including computer, ten-key, copier, fax, and multi-phone system; knowledge of
software for Microsoft Office including Word and Excel; excellent math and
number skills; and have excellent customer relation skills with the public,
especially with the elderly and disabled.
Closing Date: June 10
A copy of the
are available here.
Position Description: Extra Board Operator
Salary: Training wage of $13.00; Entry wage of $17.92 per hour with
increases as per Union Contract.
Reports to: Director and
Position Summary: This is transit equipment
operation work. Operates 28-30 foot buses or vans in a safe manner over
assigned routes according to established time schedules or on dial-a-ride
routes while being courteous to the public and maintaining order in the vehicle
alone. Collects fares, provides information assistance about routes, schedules,
and street locations. Interacts continuously with passengers.
Responsibilities: Must have good communication skills with a various
population, including senior citizens and mentally and/or physically challenged
individuals. Must remain calm and courteous under trying times. More
experienced employees may be assigned to familiarize a new employee with routes
and assist the Director in training new employees. Reports to Director for
schedules and other changes and performance reviews.
A more complete job description and application is available
here.. NOTE: The job description/requirements has changed, please read them
Applications may be returned by mail to: Pacific Transit 216 N.
2nd Street Raymond, Wa. 98577 or by email at
Transit is an equal opportunity employer. All Pacific Transit employees will
comply with all applicable federal laws when working with our valued