Interested applicants may apply in person at either the William Hudson Transit Center (North End Terminal) or at the American Way Transit Center, or they may apply on-line at

Job Title: Trolley Conductor

Hourly Wage: $9.00 hr. during training, $16.82 after completion of 6-8 weeks of training


Applicants must be at 21 years old and have at least Class A or B (“P” endorsement) Commercial

Driver’s License/ Permit to begin training. “Must obtain license prior to ending of training”.


To provide safe, efficient and on-time delivery of passengers by means of public transportation.


Essential Functions:

 Drive a trolley vehicle in a safe, courteous, and reliable manner along a designated route within a defined time schedule.

 Must be trained and qualified in all phases of the detailed operations of a trolley vehicle.

 Must be trained and knowledgeable of the tracks and overhead wiring system. When reaching the end of the trolley line, the Trolley Conductor must be physically able to engage and disengage the electrical poles to the overhead lines providing power to the vehicle.

 Must be knowledgeable of operations including track switching.

 Engage and disengage sand dispensing equipment for trolley operation.

 Operate and communicate over the two-way radio system as regulated by the FCC. Notify central dispatch of deviations, overload, accidents, or passenger incidents.

 Notify central dispatch of passengers’ medical or behavioral problems and trolley mechanical or electrical trouble.

 Direct and assist passengers in a safe and orderly fashion in loading and unloading passengers of a trolley vehicle.

 Provide assistance to people with disabilities and the elderly as required including operating platform wheelchair lifts.

 Responsible for the collection of appropriate fares. Distribute and collect transfers, tickets and coupons.

 Advise passengers of rules and regulations when necessary.

 Complete and submits written reports concerning passenger incidents, preventable and non-preventable accidents.

 Must be trained and knowledgeable in emergency procedures including evacuation of passengers, derailment, etc.

Time: 4:00 pm

Other Job Functions:

 Assume additional responsibilities as required.

 Provide tourism and points of interest to general riding public.


Education/Experience – High school diploma or GED required with the ability to read, write, and speak English; perform basic mathematical procedures. Must possess a valid driver’s license and had no suspensions or revocations during the last five years; must have the ability to secure and maintain a Class A/B (“P” endorsement) Commercial Driver’s License. Must successfully pass a written test and be able to write legibly in the preparation of trouble cards, accident reports, etc. Ability to communicate effectively with the public required.

Mental Effort – Must be able to comprehend written and oral directions, bulletins, routes, fares, etc.

Physical – Extensive periods of sitting and standing are required. Requires ability to withstand exposure to negative surroundings such as uncomfortable weather conditions, dust, engine fumes, toxic chemicals and extreme noise levels. Trolley vehicles are open-air, and no air conditioning exists.

Exposure to high voltage is present. Requires the ability to perform hand-over-hand method of steering vehicles and the ability to grip a steering wheel; flexibility of arms is required to safely maneuver the trolley. May be required to lift or push 15 lbs and to reach overhead.

Audible/Visual Demands – Requires ability to hear directions given; visually perform essential functions for satisfactory job performance such as driving a vehicle.

Miscellaneous – Must be willing to work shift hours and days as assigned. Must possess a regulation watch; adhere to Conductor’s dress code and any other requirements relative to job performance.

APPLICATIONS BEING ACCEPTED Monday – Friday BETWEEN 9:00 am – 4:00 pm:

American Way Transit Center William Hudson Transit Center

3921 American Way 444 North Main at Auction


Position Title: CDL Class A Driver
Job description:

We are looking to find you –  CDL class A semi truck driver with a minimum 2 years experience and a clean DMV and good DAC record interested in driving dry van trailers servicing our customers mostly in the Memphis Metro area.  Shifts end back in Memphis 99.9% of the time even when there are occasional regional runs.  Current work load is between 30 to 40 hours per week Monday through Friday mainly hooking and pulling dry van trailers, and delivering/picking up live loads.  Depending on work demand, hours could be irregular, such as 8:00 -12:00 one day, and 8:00 to 19:00 the next.  Good communication skills and attention to detail are required to coordinate with dispatch and customers, as well as to keep accurate documentation on trailers and loads.  

Contact: If you meet the requirements for the job, please send your resume to by e-mail: or fax it to (901) 942-1831.

1385 Lamar Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee 38104 / Telephone:  (901) 728-5873     Fax:  (901) 728-5876 /

January 10, 2014

Barron Heights has an immediate opening for a Van Driver.

Position Status:  Full-time (40 hours/week)

Duties:  Providing transportation for clients, maintaining a transportation log to track mileage, checking van daily to ensure proper functioning/operation

Qualifications:  High School Diploma.  Must maintain a valid Tennessee Driver’s License.   Training or experience in working with the homeless and/or displaced persons with multiple issues.  Must have progressive experience working with individuals in an ambulatory or residential setting (optional).

Send resume to Keith Millbrook at 1385 Lamar Ave, Memphis, TN 38104 or

Fax:  (901) 728-5876    Email:


Job Title:  Transportation Coordinator
Reports To:  Vice President of Operations
Hours:  8:30a.m. – 5:00p.m. Monday – Friday (Some overtime as needed)
Job Summary: Responsible for various functions relating to transportation and logistics for warehouse operations.

Duties include coordinating transport of product, regulation compliance, fleet maintenance, carrier services management, purchase and billing evaluation and business expense reporting and analysis.


• Coordinate all traffic functions relating to freight movement into and out the Food Bank warehouses, maintaining prescribed service levels, and keeping costs at a minimum while ensuring efficient resource utilization and achievement of service goals.
• Assure compliance with all government regulations through appropriate transportation policies and programs designed to provide the required levels of transportation services which meet cost and service objectives, along with Food Bank and agency needs.
• Coordinate with warehouse operations on dispatching drivers for customer pickups and agency deliveries as required. Determine the most economical traffic patterns.
• Manage maintenance of the fleet to ensure that vehicles are clean and operating properly.
• Maintain timely inspections and licensing of all vehicles.
• Arrange for carrier services by securing appropriate bids, prepare and file claims for damages, lost shipments, and overcharges. Evaluate carrier performance and recommend changes in mode and/or carrier.
• Work with executive management to develop policies and procedures for rate negotiation and the purchase of transportation, the Food Bank truck fleet, freight bill auditing and overcharge claims and optimum traffic
• Analyze transportation costs, equipment availability and service levels, making recommendations and instituting corrective action.
• Maintain working relationships that ensure the success of Food Bank programs. This includes maintaining positive interpersonal relationships with donors, agency representatives, Food Bank management and staff.
• Other duties as assigned.

• Three to five years transportation and logistics experience; must be familiar with transportation management systems. A minimum of two years of college preferred.
• Working knowledge of federal and state transportation regulations including DOT/Safety regulations and compliance record keeping.
• Computer skills and the ability to maintain accurate and legible records.
• Must be able to drive a truck, operate a fork lift and pallet jacks; commercial driver’s license preferred.
• Ability to communicate clearly and solve problems.
• Ability to work well with donors, vendors, agency representatives and Food Bank staff.
• Acceptance of philosophy of food banking.

Apply in person: 239 South Dudley, Memphis, TN 38104, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday

NO PHONE CALLS.   Only those candidates chosen for interviews will be contacted.

OHL Hiring for CSRs – Memphis

Job Title: Customer Service Representative (CSR)

Requisition Number: 2467

Position Type: Full Time

Job Description: The Customer Service Representative carries out all customer service activities such as responding to inquiries, processing orders, and handling customer complaints in a prompt, courteous and effective manner. The Customer Service Representative position is responsible for the following:

Talks with customers by phone or in person and receives orders or changes in service

Fills out contract forms, determines charges for service requested, collects deposits, prepares change of address records, and issues discontinuance orders

Adjusts complaints concerning billing or service rendered, referring complaints of service failures to designated departments for investigation

Processes and inputs all customer orders and receipts. Runs stock reports to check for product availability. Generates all related paperwork and necessary information required for customer work orders, checks all orders for special requests, and posts inventory records

Coordinates special, last minute shipping requests with the transportation departments, expediting orders as necessary

Traces orders as required and notifies customers of any activity concerning their merchandise. Furnishes shipping and tracing information to customers as required

Assures proper invoicing of accounts by verifying computer generated invoices

Maintains a good working relationship with customers by responding to all inquiries and complaints concerning receipts, invoices, shipments, inventory counts, etc., in a courteous and efficient manner

Reports customer feedback to management, including any signs of customer dissatisfaction

Acts as liaison between the warehouse and the customer in administration of accounts and between the office and customer regarding invoicing and credit changes

Performs all paperwork associated with orders including the maintenance of customer files

Performs clerical work as required including answering phone calls, operating various office machines and computers, corresponding with customers and greeting customers and visitors in the office

Maintains current and accurate procedure book which details the processing requirements for each account; prepares any report concerning customer services activities and performs other customer service and company related duties as necessary

Notifies Operations Manager of all requested changes from the customer regarding shipping, handling, or administrative characteristics

Works with Operations Manager regarding product routing for customers

Requirements: Associate’s degree (A. A.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school; or six months to one year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience

Intermediate skill level with Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel

Ability to write routine reports and correspondence

Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization

Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.

Apply here!

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