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Bus Operators - Albany, NY, US

Job Information

Job Order ID :
NY1340235
# of Positions :
6
Minimum Education Level :
High School Diploma/GED
Experience Required :
none
Duration :
Full Time Regular
Shift :
Hours per week:
Not Specified

Job Description

 
Bus Operator Positions. Job Summary: Do you enjoy driving and working with the public? If so CDTA could be the employer of choice for you! To Qualify: Valid NYS Class D drivers license with good record, Class A or Class B License or Permit (with ability to pass road test), with full Passenger endorsement and Air Brakes. A minimum of 5 years Class D auto driving experience. High School Diploma or GED REQUIRED. Ability to pass 19A medical examination and Federal drug test. Excellent Customer Service skills are a must . Must be able to work additional hours and varied days including weekends & holidays. Flexibility is a must!!! We offer a paid training program, job stability, opportunity for FT advancement after training, and an excellent benefits package. A complete benefits package including: Health, vision, dental and life insurance, earned vacation leave, paid holidays, pension plan and attendance bonus program.

Company Information

Name :
Capital District Transportation Authority

Application Information

Online :
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