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Part time jobs opportunities with Bob the Bus

2  Part time positions available

Totnes and Rural Community Transport (operating as Bob the Bus) – can you help to keep the wheels turning?
Bob the Bus is a highly respected local charity running a fleet of 5 minibuses. We operate scheduled services in and around Totnes from Monday to Saturday, and a monthly Travel Club. We also offer private hire to local community groups.
We’re recruiting part-time staff (2 posts each up to 20 h/week) to work for Bob the Bus.
We would love to hear from you if you’re interested in helping to coordinate our operations in an administrative role, or to be responsible for the day-to-day availability and smooth operation of our small fleet of buses.
Both these roles are varied and some of them are ‘public facing’, dealing with enquiries from passengers and other members of the public.
The following is a summary of the combined responsibilities of both jobs – their allocation will depend on the interests and capabilities of the successful applicants:
• Ensure that buses are prepared for weekly service.
• Monitor and record mileage and fuel consumption on a weekly basis.
• Ensure that buses are delivered for safety checking and servicing when required.
• Undertake occasional driving shifts.
• Prepare a monthly rota for our volunteer drivers.
• Deal with bookings and payments for Travel Club trips.
• Respond to enquiries for private hire and coordinate with other operations.
A more detailed summary is available on request.
The nature of the work means that flexibility is required in working hours, and some weekend working may be necessary.
At least one of the successful candidates should hold a clean driving licence which includes a D1 category entitlement, and should be capable and confident in driving our 16-seat minibuses. The administrative post requires reasonable IT skills (email, word processing, simple spreadsheets).
Remuneration: in the region of £2,500 per month pro rata, equivalent to £16 / hour. Some overtime may be payable but is not guaranteed.
Our current coordinator is starting a career break in September, so both these vacancies will start in August to allow time for familiarisation and handover. We anticipate that contracts will be for 6 months in the first instance, although there may be the opportunity for more permanent posts.
The jobs are very varied, so we’d like to hear from as many interested candidates as possible. Please get in touch for an informal discussion about the job and for information on how to apply.
Contact: Steve Grove, Chair of Trustees, TARCT totnescommunitytransport@gmail.com
Admin Role: BTB Bus Administration Coordinator
Maintenance Role: BTB Bus Maintenance Coordinator