Bus Driver (Substitute - On Call), Madison School District

Bus Driver (Substitute - On Call)



Job ID:

East Maricopa

March 28, 2024

Contact Information:
Madison School District
5601 N. 16th Street
Phoenix, AZ 85016
District Website

Human Resources
Phone: 602-664-7900
Fax: 602-609-6768
District Email

Job Description:


  1. Transport students safely to and from school, on field trips, and other special events.
  2. Maintain safe driving record.
  3. Administer first aid and/or CPR if required.
  4. Perform pre and post bus inspections and maintain assigned bus for safe operation and cleanliness.
  5. Report in writing, malfunction of bus to supervisor immediately.
  6. Maintain an accurate daily mileage log.
  7. Supervise the conduct of students implementing PBIS and CPI strategies.
  8. Report, via written reports, student misconduct to supervisor and assistant principal.
  9. Review bus routes and become familiar with routes, policy revisions and state regulations
  10. Follow only assigned routes by pre-assigned stops, and recommends route and stop changes to the router/dispatcher.
  11. Able to use job-related chemicals, such as but not limited to the following: window cleaners, gasoline, and diesel fuel.
  12. Require to work after hours for sports and filed trips as directed
  13. Contribute to the team by accomplishing other duties as assigned.




TITLE:     Bus Driver


All Bus Drivers are required to hold a fingerprint clearance card.

Information on the fingerprint clearance can be obtained on the AZ DPS website. https://www.azdps.gov/services/public/fingerprint



  1. Possess high school diploma or equivalent.
  2. Obtain CDL and Arizona School Bus Certification.
  3. Obtain DPS finger print clearance card.
  4. Obtain first aid and CPR certification.
  5. Have an understanding of students and be dedicated to their safety.
  6. Possess knowledge of state and local vehicle regulations pertaining to school bus transportation.
  7. Complete all necessary reports read and understands gauges, routes and maps.
  8. Possess knowledge of safety regulations covered in SDS (safety data sheets) as they relate to hazardous chemicals used as part of the job.
  9. Comply with all state and federal physical requirements.
  10. Relate to students, staff and public in a positive manner.