Inviting Applications and Nominations for the Transportation Coordinator
About Paul Quinn College
Paul Quinn College is one of Americas most interesting and innovative small colleges. PQC is a private, faith-based, four-year liberal arts-inspired institution that was founded by the African Methodist Episcopal Church in Austin, Texas, on April 4, 1872. The mission of the school is to prepare its students to be servant leaders and agents of change in the global marketplace. Members of the College's student body, alumni, faculty and staff, calledQuinnites, embrace the institutional ethos of "WE over Me" and are dedicated to honoring the "Four Ls of Quinnite Leadership" (Leave places better than you found them; Lead from wherever you are; Live a life that matters; and Love something greater than yourself.
Paul Quinn College is the ninth federally funded work college in the United States, the first Minority Serving Institution (MSI) in the Work College Consortium, the first work college in Texas and the only Urgan Work College in the nation.
The Transportation Coordinator (Coordinator) is responsible for all facets of transportation for the College. This includes shuttling students between campus and off-campus housing; transporting students between campus and corporate partner internship locations or Dart Bus and Train stations; Coordinating transportation for Student Events and Athletic Teams using the Colleges vehicles and drivers or contracting with outside transportation vendors such as Goldstar Transit and Lonestar Coaches.
The Coordinator is the leading force in our efforts to meet our corporate staffing expectations by effectively coordinating the daily transportation operations which include but are not limited to: 1) Development of transportation routes to specific corporate sponsor locations; 2) Creation, organization, and distribution of the daily routes for all drivers; 3) Recruiting, document preparation, and training of drivers;, 4) Maintenance of fleet vehicles including vehicle license tabs & insurance documentation, and vehicle maintenance records; 5) Assistance in driving routes when necessary; 6) Development of transportation scheduling for school related events and athletic program; 7)Yearly review of MDOT rules & regulations to ensure compliance.
Key Duties and Responsibilities:
Development of transportation routes to specific corporate sponsor locations;
Creation, organization, and distribution of the daily routes for all drivers; Recruiting, document preparation, and training of drivers;
Maintenance of fleet vehicles including vehicle license tabs & insurance documentation, and vehicle maintenance records;
Assistance in driving routes when necessary;
Development of transportation scheduling for school related events and athletic program;
Work closely with the Dean of the Work Program to ensure students are being transported efficiently and economically;
Yearly review of MDOT rules & regulations to ensure compliance;
May serve as lead in the absence of the supervisor or manager;
Directs the work of student assistants and temporary employees;
Participates in on-call after hours and evening and weekend rotations;
Performs other duties as assigned;
Candidates/incumbents must meet the minimum qualifications as detailed below, or file for equivalency. Equivalency decisions are made on the basis of a combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities.
1-3 years applicable work experience in logistics or fleet related job; Knowledge of routing, mapping and/or logistics preferred.
License or Certificate:
Valid Texas Drivers License w/clean driving record (CDL preferred); Current CPR and first aid training preferred.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite; excellent communication and people skills; strong organizational skills; and, Spanish fluency a plus; ability to maintain cooperative working relationships; demonstrate sensitivity to and respect for a diverse population on campus. Successful applicant must submit to and pass a criminal background check and drug screen.
Salary and Benefits:
We offer a competitive salary with a comprehensive benefit program with paid time off (PTO), medical, dental, vision and life insurance after 60-days of successful employment.
Paul Quinn College at a Glance
Campus: PQC is the college, but Dallas is the campus. The campus of 147 acres of rolling hills and plush trees is minutes away from downtown Dallas, a richly diverse city that offers a thriving culinary scene, a vibrant arts district, professional sports, and big city shopping, dining and nightlife.
Current Enrollment: 521
African American 79%
Nonresident alien 0.24%
Two or more races 0.94%
Accreditation: Paul Quinn College is a fully accredited institution.
Join the Quinnite Nation
Application and Nomination Process
Letters of application and nominations of mission driven individuals are invited. Applicants should prepare a cover letter and resume with salary requirements in support of an interest in the position. Nominations must include the nominators name and e-mail address, a brief description of the nominees background and experience, and a valid e-mail address for the nominee. No phone calls please. Send applications and nominations to the email address listed below.
It is the policy of Paul Quinn College not to discriminate against any individual in its educational programs, activities, or employment on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, veteran status, age, religion, or marital status.