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1. What types of defensive driving techniques do you use?
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A bus driver, bus operator or omnibus driver is a person who drives buses professionally. Bus drivers typically drive their vehicles between bus stations or stops. They often drop off and pick up passengers on a predetermined route schedule. In British English a different term, coach drivers, is used for drivers on long-distance routes and school trips.
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School Bus Driver Interview Questions

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How would you handle a situation on your bus in which a student attempted to or did physically harm you or another student?

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
Stop bus in a safe destination, call dispatch and attempt break up or stop student from harming another.
 
2.
Stop and secure the bus, radio in the incident and remove the child from the area where the incident occured.
 
3.
I will park the Bus to the safe place and talk to the student and let my supervisor know about the case.
 
4.
Pull the bus over to a safe spot and difuse the situation.
 
5.
Inform office, pull bus over and wait for instructions.
 
6.
I would pull over to the side of the road and call my supervisor and if needed I would call 911 and the school.
 
7.
I would call my dispatch for further instructions.
 
8.
Pull the bus over at a safe desination. Diffuse the situation the call into transportation.
 
9.
Stop the bus at a safe location disperse the situation call yard.
 
10.
1. Pull over the bus; Ask the student to back her/his seat.3. If they refuse, notify the school and my supervisor.
 

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#3 of 32

If I were to ask your previous employer about how many days you missed over the last year, what would he say?

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
I only took off when nessasary.
 
2.
Unless It was hospital related I was always at work.
 
3.
Three weeks due to medical reasons, but prior to that i never missed any days for three years.
 
4.
He will say i didn't missed over the last year.
 
5.
I had only called off sick in 2 1/2 years 2 times.
 
6.
He would tell you that I have only missed days that were absolutely necessary, as when my children became sick and I had no choice but to stay home with them.
 
7.
None.
 
8.
very few
 
9.
2
 
10.
None.
 

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#4 of 32

If a fight breaks out while in route to school, how would you handle the situation?

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
I would pull the bus over when I can safely and separate the children and put them in the front two seats.
 
2.
I would notify dispatch of physical alteration on bus and inform them that I'll be stopping the bus on the side of the road in a safe location to break up the fight.
 
3.
I would notify dispatch of physical alteration on bus and inform them that I'll be stopping the bus on the side of the road in a safe location to break up the fight.
 
4.
I would notify dispatch that an altercation has occurred on the bus and I would also inform them that I would be stopping the bus on the side of the road in a safe location to intervene in the altercation.
 
5.
I would notify dispatch of the fight to inform them that i will be pulling over in a safe area to stop the fight. if i am unable to stop the fight i would ask one of their friends to assist in stopping the fight. if still unable call for assistance. if successful have one of the students sit at the front of the bus.
 
6.
I would call dispatch and then try to pull over to stop it . Then I would go into school and report incident to principal.
 
7.
yes i stop the bus with geyar.i chang geyar down
 
8.
I stop in save place and move one of the kids to fornt seat.
 
9.
I would notify dispatch of physical alteration on bus and inform them that I'll be stopping the bus on the side of the road in a safe location to break up the fight.
 
10.
Stop the bus and call for help if i cant handle the mater.
 

Education Requirements

All bus drivers must have a commercial driverís license (CDL). The qualifications for getting one vary by state but generally include passing both knowledge and driving tests. States have the right to not issue a license to someone who has had a CDL suspended by another state.

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#5 of 32

How do you plan to adapt to many different bus routes?

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
Taking time and notes to learn all the routes. Doing dry runs in my personal vehicle.
 
2.
Once I am notified with by bus route. I would drive the route for me to get familiar.
 
3.
Once I am notified with by bus route. I would drive the route for me to get familiar.
 
4.
Have dispatch give me a route description.
 
5.
By making a trip before I start the run to see where I am to go.
 
6.
Drive them at least once.
 
7.
I would plan a head according to.
 
8.
I currently do this in dispatch now.
 
9.
My mind is like a sponge when it comes to this it is one of my biggest strengths.
 
10.
You just go with the flow, the more you drive them the more you learn.
 

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#6 of 32

Tell me about your experience operating a large vehicle.

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
I have a little experience in driving a large vehicle but i am willing to learn more.
 
2.
I drove a school bus for 15 years.
 
3.
Im driven since 1992 so i think i can use this experience here in this company,and be part and helpe this teem.
 
4.
I have 12 years experience drivinng school bus and coach bus.
 
5.
I drive a van,so when my daughter ,my son and their friends have the day off at the school ,I almost take them to the beach. It far away from my place about 300 miles.
 
6.
No experience.
 
7.
Eighteen wheeler.
 
8.
In the military I drove a duece in a half over 500 miles. Drove the largest moving budget truck from texas to california.
 
9.
I have experience driving truck trailer.
 
10.
I have my class A license, and drove for 1 yr. also have been driving charter for 2 yrs. I have been doing substitute school bus driving for 9 months
 

Work Environment

School bus drivers or special-client bus drivers are usually employed by a school district or private transportation company that contracts with a district to provide bus service. Some school bus service is provided by a local government.

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#7 of 32

What would your last employer say about your reliability?

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
Excellent
 
2.
That in five years of driving a school bus I did not miss one day.
 
3.
My last employer would say that I am very reliable, trustworthy, honest and consistantly on time.
 
4.
that im a very responsible person and that i always show up on time
 
5.
Good, They trust me to count their safe so i would say they trusted me very much!
 
6.
That I was VERY dependable and very trustworthy.
 
7.
Oer average.
 
8.
He will say i am dependency and trustable.
 
9.
What are your safety concerns?
 
10.
am a trustworthy and dependable employee
 

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#8 of 32

If a kid throws up, while in route to school, how would you handle the situation?

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
Pull the bus over clean up as much as I could, and continue with my route.
 
2.
I would pull the bus over, clean up what I could then continue with my route.
 
3.
Move him to the front, hand him a bag and inform the school.
 
4.
I would pull over and attend to the student and administer first aid and do a quick clean up then notify the school.
 
5.
First I would find a safe place to pull the bus over then attend the child with the first aid kit. Clean up as much as possible and the radio in to my supervisor for further instructions.
 
6.
I would pull to a safe spot, check to see that the kid is ok. Move the other children away from the mess. if I was close to school or end of route, I would continue on. if not radio dispatch for another bus.
 
7.
First, I will pull over the bus to stop and then do the first aid things necessary to the kid and do temporary cleaning. Then i will inform the school.
 
8.
Pull over and call it in for instruction.
 
9.
Move all the kids from the place and seat them elsewhere. Use tissues or other ways to clean up before proceeding. After dropping everyone i will give the bus a good wash.
 
10.
I would pull over call dispatch and notify the the situation then take care of the child.
 

School Bus Driver Pros

1. The pros to a being a in the profession of a School bus driver is the ability to work with students from diverse populations. To know that you are providing safe and timely transportation to children. Also to act as a community leader to the students. September 7th, 2012

2. Need to professional looking and know the job needs. May 30th, 2012

3. To maintain safety for the kids inside the school bus. May 30th, 2012

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#9 of 32

A person you do not know comes to your bus to pick up a kindergarten student. The student does not seem to know them. What would you do?

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
I would not allow the child to leave with the individual and would contact my supervisor and the school staff for assistance.
 
2.
I would not let the child off the bus. Call into transportation on further instructions.
 
3.
Keep him on the bus and notify the school.
 
4.
I would not let the child be taken from that person, notify the school.
 
5.
Keep the child, radio in to office, find out who the person is.
 
6.
I would not let the student taken by the person. Report to the school.
 
7.
Keep the student on the bus and take back to the bus barn.
 
8.
Hold student call dispatch for verification.
 
9.
I would call the broad to call the parents and the police.
 
10.
Not let the child go, ask the child for their parents number and call them.
 

Questions to Ask

1. Is this for a substitute driver or permanent driver?

2. Is their any opertunity for advancement, will i gain more hours in the future?

3. What are some of the things I could expect on a daily basis? What would be one solid peice of advice you could give me?

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#10 of 32

You have entered a busy intersection and a passenger vehicle cuts in front of you. What would be your response?

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
I would stop the bus until it was clear to proceed.
 
2.
I would stop the bus and proceed when it is safe to do so.
 
3.
Stop and proceed when safe to do so and the intersection is clear.
 
4.
I would proceed driving the bus once the intersection is clear to drive.
 
5.
I would stop the bus until it is clear to proceed.
 
6.
I would stop the bus and proceed when it is safe todo so.
 
7.
Would never say aloud my thoughts in front of kids, but in my mind would be saying, jerk, mainly to relieve the heightened stress level of that person almost causing what could have been a disaster.
 
8.
Try to sorted out the situation to best of my knowledge.
 
9.
Lay on the horn and flip him off.
 
10.
Slow down to avoid an accident and honk.
 

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#11 of 32

Are you willing to work as a substitute driver in all areas of the district?

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
I would that would be a great way to learn the community.
 
2.
Yes. I am willing to work as substitute driver in all areas of the district.
 
3.
Definitely.That way I can have a better knowledge of my community.
 

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#12 of 32

Do you have any driver certifications?

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
No. I do not have any certification as a bus driver. I am confident that I will get the verification after the school bus training.
 
2.
No but I'm willing to learn and get one.
 
3.
Yes, I have a class be licenses, bus driver, and passenger certification.
 
4.
Not yet, but I'm sure I can make it with the good training you provide.
 

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#13 of 32

If an older student kicks a younger student out of a seat, how would you handle this situation?

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
I would politely tell the older student to sit in another seat.
 
2.
I would tell the older student to sit in another seat.
 
3.
As the older student to move to another seat in order to diffuse the situation.
 
4.
I will talk to the older student politely to stop it and bring them to the from seat.
 
5.
First I will make sure that the younger student is good and is he suffer from any thing then I will make a report and give it to the school principle.
 
6.
1. Pull over the bus at a safety location; 2. Politely ask the older student to remove her/him from the seat; 3.If he/she refuses, report to the principle.
 
7.
Move the younger student to another seat and older up.
 
8.
I would immediately stop the bus at a safe place put the bus on park or neutral place the parking brake called my dispatcher and tell the older student to sit up front where I can monitor him or her and place an older student next to that trouble student who can help me out I would give him or her a verbal warning three time , but first I would asked that trouble kid why did you kick that younger student was there a reason to do that? And I would also asked the younger student why did this student kick you was there a reason he or she kick you, and if the younger cause the problem first then I would place that younger student next to me so that way I can monitor his or her behavior a place older students next to him or her who can monitor what he or she is doing , and who can help me out.
 
9.
I would tell the older student that is not acceptable behavior and ask that student to move closer to me.
 
10.
Tell the older student to come up to a seat near the front.
 

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#14 of 32

A student changes seats several times. You have asked him to sit still without success. What would be your response?

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
Pull the bus over to a safe location and discuss the situation of his behavior.
 
2.
I would pull over the bus in a safe location and talk to the student. I would then inform the school and my supervisor.
 
3.
I would pull the bus over at a safety place and talk to the child. Then report it to the principle and transportation.
 
4.
I would pull the bus over at a safe desitation. Speak with the child. And then report them to the principal and transportation.
 
5.
Safely get the bus out of traffic and relocate the student to a seat near me. Discuss the situation with the student the proceed when safe.
 
6.
Would ask him to come and sit unseat directly the driver.
 
7.
Call him or her to the front seat.
 
8.
I will report his abuse to school authorities.
 
9.
I would explain why its not a good thing to switch seats and if he keeps it up then I would tell the school once we got to the school.
 
10.
Would stop the buss when safe and have the child come sit up front near me.
 

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#15 of 32

Driving a school bus requires arriving at the bus depot at 6 AM. Will this work for you?

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
Yes, I always arrive early for work, because of traffice or weather.
 
2.
Yes, i would be happy to to have a job that needed me is wonderful.
 
3.
Yes I would be able to commit to being at the bus depot at 6 am, especially since its about loving your job and looking forward to each and every day.
 
4.
Yes, I will make sure I wake up in plenty of time to make sure I am on time.
 
5.
Its not about getting up in the morning, its about loving your job and looking foward to each and every day.
 
6.
Yes, I wake up every day at 4am.
 
7.
Yes.Since I'm going to school part time,I have to wake up at a early time to catch my pubis transportation in the mornings to get to my classes on time.
 
8.
Yes I am OK. I love my job.
 
9.
Its not about getting up in the morning, its about loving your job and looking foward to each and every day.
 
10.
Its not about getting up in the morning, its about loving your job and looking foward to each and every day
 

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#16 of 32

If a kid continues to throw a paper airplane at you while in route to school, how would you handle the situation?

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
Ask the student to stop and if he does not I would tell him that he will be turned over to a school official upon arrival to school.
 
2.
First, I will stop the bus and then talk to the kid to stop that action. If he repeats that then i will inform the school board and my supervisor.
 
3.
I will tell themm to stop and write an incident report as follow.
 
4.
Well if he is throwing them at me, I would ask him to stop. Possibly a 3 warning system. Confinscate his paper til we arrive at destination. A write up.
 
5.
I would tell the student this is his or her last warning and i will ask that the child be on a 3 day suspension.
 
6.
I would pull the bus over and talk to the student. If it continues I would report it to my supevisor.
 
7.
I would waite until the next safest place to pullover or designated stop to come to a complete stop and consult with the passenger. If they continue to continue to be unruley, I would place them near the front to control the situation.
 
8.
the first think i vill try to control the situation and then call to my supervisor
 
9.
I would ask them to stop . If they preceded to do so i would inform dispatch that I was pulling over to address the issue(time allowing ) Then I would take student into school and talk with principal.
 
10.
Give them awarning.
 

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#17 of 32

What measures will you ensure to keep children safe?

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
That they are sitting while the bus is in route and make sure that that they get on and off the bus safe.
 
2.
Make sure I pay attention to the roads and make sure all children are in their seats.
 
3.
Tell children the rules and events to come ahead of time so that they know what to expect
 
4.
Ensure students know all safety procedures in the event of a crisis situation.
 
5.
do my daily inspection and while on road watch my surrondings
 
6.
Make sure all children are seated and pay attention to the road and surroundings.
 
7.
first i will check everythings inside and outside the bus to you see its ok to drive. i will explain to the children to sit tidy and do not get up the sit while the bus is moveing and put on there sit belt safely if they gone one.
 
8.
I will obey all laws traffic wise and otherwise.
 
9.
Following all the safety measures and precautions required by the bus garage.
 
10.
Make sure thier on thier on seatbelt or harness.
 

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#18 of 32

What do you think would be the most rewarding aspect of driving a school bus?

User Submitted Interview Answers

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The most rewarding aspect of driving a bus would be getting the students to school on time in a safely mannner and interacting with the students.
 
2.
Knowing that Parents are trusting me as a bus driver with their children.
 
3.
I love children of all ages, knowing that they are going to get a good education by me getting them to school on time and safe.
 
4.
Helping assist those whom would not have any other means of transporation
 
5.
Interacting with the students is rewarding because I am the first positive face they get to see before they arrive to school. So its important to me that they have a pleasant greeting to help them off to a great day at school.
 
6.
Getting the passengers to their destination safely.
 
7.
Working with students from diverse populations and different age groups. I am assisting those arrive their destination in a safe and timely manner.
 
8.
Supporting student education by transporting them to and from school.
 
9.
Knowing that Parents are trusting me as a bus driver with their children.
 
10.
Working with children.
 

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#19 of 32

What are some skills that make you a better school bus driver?

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
I have a good driving record. I have the patience it takes. And I have driven large vechiles in the past.
 
2.
Patience, dependability, my own kids.
 
3.
I have a good driving record, safety is number one rule, learning your children.
 
4.
I have a good driving record. I have a patience it takes. And I will obtain the certification after receiving the school bus training.
 
5.
I believe that my record as a safe and conscientious driver is a big factor in being a good bus driver.
 
6.
Class 1 driver trainning.
 
7.
I have had driving training, class training, hands on, cpr, on going training.
 
8.
I had previus experience.
 
9.
Hard worker resposible driver.
 
10.
Safe drive responsebal honest.
 

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#20 of 32

Tell me about your driver training.

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
I have drove my children and other children to many events in and out of school. Can't wait to learn how to drive a bus.
 
2.
I have had over 40 hours of passenger bus training.
 
3.
Very well.
 
4.
To date I have had no school bus training.
 
5.
well enough
 
6.
All sefty training.
 
7.
Arrived at the bus depot at 6:00am be on time will not be a problem.
 
8.
Very well.
 
9.
Very well, I have passed continuing bus driver school 4 times.
 
10.
I have not received training but I am willing to learn.
 

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#21 of 32

How well do you control your temper?

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
Very well, I am very level headed and would handle any situation in a professional manner.
 
2.
I will talk to them and make them understand the situation. Try to solve by talking firmly.
 
3.
Be come down.
 
4.
I am a easy going person. I have no problem with temper. Have four children probably helps.
 
5.
Very well.
 
6.
I would not let my emotions take control of my temper.
 
7.
Very well. There is no reason to allow yourself to lose your temper. it helps no one.
 
8.
When your dealing with differnt personalies on all age children, you have to have patient or the jobs not for you.
 
9.
Very well.
 
10.
I am cool by nature, and professional by training. I keep my temper well under control!
 

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#22 of 32

Why do you want to be a school bus driver?

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
I enjoy children and seeing to their educational needs. And the job fits into my current lifestyle.
 
2.
I am a very skilled driver. I enjoy working with children.
 
3.
I like kids and it would the work schedule would be a good fit for me.
 
4.
To help kids get to school to get an education to become productive members of society.
 
5.
Believe it will be rewarding as kids are fun and you get to be out and about, not always behind a desk.
 
6.
Even though I am retired I need to feel like I am doing something useful.
 
7.
It an opportunity to have a rewarding job I can be proud of.
 
8.
I feel at this point in my life the hours and work would be very rewarding and full filing.
 
9.
I love children more than anything in the world and it is very rewarding.
 
10.
Because, I belive is a growth oriented company n is very high on my list of choices. N provides a training which is a excellent challenge for me.
 

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#23 of 32

How do you make sure scheduled stops are on time?

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
Yes, a kids education is very important and they need to be to school on time.
 
2.
It is very important that the children not have stress about getting on the bus. They need to have stability in knowing what is happening.
 
3.
Yes. I feel it is important that bus stops and schedules be regular and on time because students arrive to school on time is the most important in a safety manner.
 
4.
Absolutely. Students need to be at school on time to not feel rushed or distracted.
 
5.
Yes so children can get there on time to start there classes.
 
6.
Yes, to run a smooth school day.
 
7.
Yes because the times are written so everyone has enough time to get there on time.
 
8.
Yes I do, and as long as there are no unforeseen circumstances that may hinder the schedules, kids need to be in class before the bell rings, this teaches responsibility and the importance respecting others.
 
9.
Yes. Parents are expecting to have their children to be picked up and dropped off at specific times.
 
10.
Yes. Kids should not be left standing on the highway any longer than necessary. Parents and students have schedules of their own .
 

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#24 of 32

Are you available to work extra shifts, like sporting events and field trips?

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
Yes I would be very willing and enjoy the oppertunity to participate in field trips.
 
2.
Again, yes if paid overtime and if the girls are hot.
 
3.
If it comes available, then yes.
 

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#25 of 32

If I were to ask your previous employer, about how many days you missed, what would he or she say?

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
They would say hardly any.
 
2.
Very dependable and did not miss shifts.
 
3.
They would say not many at all.
 
4.
Not many. I hardly ever called in sick. Actually, I don't remember the last situation where I called in sick.
 
5.
Never missed a scheduled day of work.
 

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#26 of 32

Is there anything we should be aware of that may come up on your criminal background check?

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
No. I do not have any concerns with you taking a criminal background check on my.
 
2.
Yes 15 years ago I got into trouble.
 

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#27 of 32

Is there anything you would like to add about yourself that you feel we should know when considering you for this position?

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
I am cheerful, dedicated, caring! I understand, what it takes to do this type of work and I do my best to do it properly.
 
2.
I am a very personable person easy to get along with.
 
3.
I love working with the children, my current bus route is a reading bus. I started the program 4 years ago. it is a great way for all the childen to help each other. awards are given every month and at the end of the year.
 
4.
Self moderate punctual dependable.
 
5.
Only that I am a very easy going person and it takes a lot to even begin to upset me. Have always gotten along with kids, even the shyest of kids I have won over.
 
6.
That I'm looking forward to becoming a school bus driver and maybe have the oppurtunity to shuttle my granddaughters to and from school.
 
7.
I want this job, it is the first job I have taken that I love to get up in the morning to go to, I love the children . This is a very rewarding job.
 
8.
I can do the job n perform like a rock star. I am the best person for the job no need to hold out for someone better. I am flexible n relieble n I can be trusted. To fit in these position. I am confident. In my skills n qualities am not a 100 % experience, but am willing to take a training that eill get the job done. Thank u.
 
9.
That I feel my years experience and calm attitude will be a great asset to the job.
 
10.
No 15 years ago I got into trouble.
 

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#28 of 32

How do you handle conflict?

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
Try to diffuse the situation and come to a mutual understanding.
 
2.
Yes. I discussed the issue until we had a resolution.
 
3.
I really try not to get into arguments and if someone has a problem, I try to figure out what the issue is.
 
4.
Yes, we discussed the issue until we came to resolution.
 
5.
Commit on it then walk away.
 
6.
Usually walk away to not make things worse.
 
7.
I believe at some point we all have dissagreements. It what we learn from them and how we deal with them.
 
8.
By not argueing. Period. Ingnored it.
 
9.
Yes. I worked in customer service for a long time. When I worked in casinos I would have disagreements with players on the outcome of a game. I would usually listen to their side of the story. Then I would see if there was a chance I could have been mistaken, which would usually mean calling our surveillance team to review the hand. If it was determined that the player was mistaken, I would talk to them and explain to them the reason we came to that decision. If they were still upset I would try to diffuse them by offering them something within my power to offer them, like something to eat or tickets to our drawing or something like that. I realize that sometimes it doesn't matter if you're right, you still need to give a little.
 
10.
I would calmly make my points about the disagreement and if I felt the other adult was doing something that could or would ultimately cause harm to another person or equipment then I would report it to my Supervisor and let them continue to deal with it.
 

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#29 of 32

In the event of a serious accident, what procedure would you follow?

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
I would check to see if anyone needed first aid and then I would have them leave the bus safely.
 
2.
I would call 911. Then I would follow procedure of what to do in a serious accident.
 
3.
I would inform the office, have office call 911, check for injurys.
 
4.
I would check if someone needed first aid; then I would have them leave the bus safely.
 
5.
Call 911 to report the incident. Help any of the children who might be injured.
 
6.
Check for injuries then call police then dispatch.
 
7.
Learn to use emergency door.
 
8.
Call headquarters, call the police, keep the students seated on the bus.
 
9.
Keep the children calm, check to see if anyone is injured, and depending on the severity of the accident, determine whether to stay on the bus or get the children off.
 
10.
Always first maintain the safety of the passengers.
 

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#30 of 32

Tell me about your driving experience.

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
I have been studying the BMV book in order to take the Public Passenger chaufeer license test.
 
2.
i recive full driving saftty rouls
 
3.
None.
 
4.
None yet but can't wait to start.
 
5.
I have had 40 hours of bus training while enlisted in the army.
 
6.
CDL Class B
 
7.
JVI Professional Driver Training.
 
8.
Cdl class a and safty classes.
 
9.
I would hope that everyone is trained fully, but every company is different. for myself I have 9 years of training.
 
10.
Alot, I have been trained by two very extensive trainers, class training, and on going classes and training.
 

Question
#31 of 32

Why are you the best candidate for us?

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
I am conscientious and dependable.
 
2.
Experience, passion fast learner work under pressure.
 
3.
Have experience confident and a go getter.
 
4.
I am very flexible, patient, and love kids.
 
5.
I believe I am very suited for this because not only am I very patient and dependable.
 
6.
Pations, trust, and good driving experience.
 
7.
I have a unique combination of string skills n the ability to built strong comunication wit the kids n my cooworkers n my supervisors. I can built trust wit my students n I have the sbility to built strong relationship n strong knolege.
 
8.
Because, I have the necessary qualifications to do this job and I love to learn when something new presents itself me. I also am not afraid to admit when I am wrong or ask for direction when necessary.
 
9.
Dedication and desire for the position.
 
10.
Because I like so much that job.
 

Question
#32 of 32

Are you experienced in using a CB radio to communicate with the school and other bus drivers?

User Submitted Interview Answers

1.
Not experienced, but have used a CB before.
 
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