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School Bus Monitors - 33-9094.00

O*NET-SOC Description

Maintain order among students on a school bus. Duties include helping students safely board and exit and communicating behavioral problems. May perform pretrip and posttrip inspections and prepare for and assist in emergency evacuations.

Sample of Reported Job Titles

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SOC Occupation Groups

Related Occupations

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Tasks

  • Announce routes or stops.
  • Assist disabled children or children with psychological, emotional, or behavioral issues with boarding and exiting the school bus.
  • Buckle seatbelts or fasten wheelchair tie down straps to secure passengers for transportation.
  • Clean school bus interiors by picking up waste, wiping down windows, or vacuuming.
  • Direct students boarding and exiting the school bus.
  • Direct students evacuating the bus during safety drills.
  • Escort young children across roads or highways.
  • Evacuate students from the school bus in emergency situations.
  • Guide the driver when the bus is moving in reverse gear.
  • Monitor for trains at railroad crossings and signal the bus driver when it is safe to proceed.
  • Monitor the conduct of students to maintain discipline and safety.
  • Open and close school bus doors for students.
  • Operate a wheelchair lift to load or unload wheelchairs.
  • Prevent or defuse altercations between students.
  • Report delays, accidents, or other traffic and transportation situations to dispatchers or other bus drivers, using phones or mobile two way radios.
  • Respond to students' questions, requests, or complaints.
  • Talk to children's parents or guardians about problematic behaviors, emotional or developmental problems, or related issues.
  • Write and submit reports that include data such as the number of passengers or trips, hours worked, mileage, or fuel consumption.

Detailed Work Activities

  • Assist customers to ensure comfort or safety.
  • Assist disabled or incapacitated individuals.
  • Assist motorists or pedestrians.
  • Assist passengers during vehicle boarding.
  • Assist patrons with entering or exiting vehicles or other forms of transportation.
  • Assist students with special educational needs.
  • Clean vehicles or vehicle components.
  • Communicate with others to coordinate vehicle movement.
  • Discuss child development and behavior with parents or guardians.
  • Mediate disputes.
  • Monitor student behavior, social development, or health.
  • Monitor traffic signals.
  • Notify others of emergencies, problems, or hazards.
  • Operate vehicles or material-moving equipment.
  • Provide counsel, comfort, or encouragement to individuals or families.
  • Provide transportation information to passengers or customers.
  • Record operational details of travel.

Military Crosswalk Titles

  • Flight Attendant (Air Force - Enlisted)
  • Flight Attendant Apprentice (Air Force - Enlisted)
  • Flight Attendant Apprentice, C-20/C-37 (Air Force - Enlisted)
  • Flight Attendant Apprentice, C-32/C-40 (Air Force - Enlisted)
  • Flight Attendant Apprentice, E-4 (Air Force - Enlisted)
  • Flight Attendant Craftsman (Air Force - Enlisted)
  • Flight Attendant Craftsman, C-20/C-37 (Air Force - Enlisted)
  • Flight Attendant Craftsman, C-32/C-40 (Air Force - Enlisted)
  • Flight Attendant Craftsman, E-4 (Air Force - Enlisted)
  • Flight Attendant Helper (Air Force - Enlisted)
  • Flight Attendant Journeyman (Air Force - Enlisted)
  • Flight Attendant Journeyman, C-20/C-37 (Air Force - Enlisted)
  • Flight Attendant Journeyman, C-32/C-40 (Air Force - Enlisted)
  • Flight Attendant Journeyman, E-4 (Air Force - Enlisted)
  • Flight Attendant Superintendent (Air Force - Enlisted)

Apprenticeship Crosswalk Titles

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DOT Crosswalk Titles

  • Community Service Officer, Patrol
  • Deputy United States Marshal
  • Polygraph Examiner
  • School Bus Monitor
  • Surveillance-System Monitor