Monitor

The Monitor position is perfect for someone looking to make extra money (Retirees, students, those seeking morning and day shifts).  Express Medical Transporters, an established and growing non-emergency medical transportation company in business since 1996, is looking for warm, lighthearted, and caring individuals to join our team.  Our Monitors are a critical part of our company, so it is vital that the people on our team are a good fit with our commitments and shared values.  If you love making a difference in other folk’s lives, find joy in helping someone who needs you, and want to learn new skills that allow you to help others, then please read on.


ABOUT OUR COMPANY:
Since 1996, we have provided compassionate, safe, and timely transportation to people in our community who need it most.  Many times, we are assisting passengers with disabilities, special needs, the elderly, or even a child with no other way to get to school.  Our clients love that we are safe, helpful, and friendly, even though they may be going through a difficult situation.  We love that our work allows us to serve the community so much that some days, it doesn’t feel like work.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assist loading and unloading of passengers, some of whom have developmental disabilities
  • Create a safe, secure, friendly, and incident free environment for the passengers
  • Assure each passenger is properly secured with lap and shoulder belts
  • Maintain proper licensing and training as mandated by management
  • Alert Site Supervisor of any problems so we can help
  • Maintain flexibility as situations can and will change frequently

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must be 19 years of age or older
  • Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing
  • Ability to work independently and as a team in a fast-paced, high-volume environment with emphasis on timeliness and safety
  • Must have a clean background – no felony criminal convictions or drug convictions – no abuse charges allowed
  • Must pass a drug screening and FBI criminal background check

COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS:

  • $11.15 per hour to start
  • Monday through Friday – no nights, no weekends
  • Paid weekly with direct deposit
  • Paid hands-on training
  • $50 bonus after completion of both training and first full week of scheduled shifts and a potential to earn an additional $100 bonus after 30 days of employment, $100 bonus after 60 days of employment, $100 bonus after 90 days of employment with good attendance and performance.
  • $200 referral bonus available

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