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Bus/Transport Inspector

Estates

Salary:  Starting from £16,983, rising to £18,263
Placed On:  Thursday 08 March 2018
Closing Date:  Thursday 05 April 2018
Interview Date:  To be confirmed
Reference:  DM5684

The bus service operated from the Claverton campus is very important for the University, and we have invested heavily in the infrastructure. Over 50% of all staff and students arrive at the University by bus, and during term time there are over 12,000 passenger trips/day.  We are continually seeking to increase this take up but that will only be achieved if services are reliable, and adequate.

The Bus/Transport Inspector’s role is to ensure the safe and efficient operation of bus services on/to and from the campus, and in particular the Arrivals Square on Campus. 

Your primary function will be to monitor, enforce and regulate all site operational aspects of bus and coach services at the Arrivals Square on the Claverton Down Campus in accordance with the University’s Code of Conduct for Bus and Coach Services.  If required you may also get involved with the monitoring of the University’s services at stops elsewhere within Bath as appropriate.

You will act as visual reassurance to staff, students and visitors to the commitment the University has made to delivering high-quality bus travel, and will be expected to assist passengers travelling to and from the University as appropriate.

The hours will be 36.5 per week working 4 days Monday to Friday excluding Wednesday from 08:00 until 18.10 with a 1 hour lunch (please note we leave 10 minutes early on Fridays).  

You will also enjoy a range of fantastic benefits working with us, including:

  • 23 pro rata holiday days per year
  • On-site parking at reasonable cost.
  • A competitive rate of pay
  • A generous pension scheme
  • Access to our world-class sports village
  • The chance to develop, with many training courses
  • Tax and national insurance savings through salary exchange schemes on nursery care and childcare vouchers.

If you would like any further informal discussion, please contact Mark Martin, Deputy Director of Estates at mrm45@bath.ac.uk or 01225 385750.

The closing date for this job opportunity has now passed, and applications are no longer being accepted for this position

Further details:
The University of Bath is an equal opportunities employer and has an excellent international reputation with staff from over 60 different nations. To achieve our global aspirations, we welcome applicants from all backgrounds.