Chauffeur d'autobus scolaire

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Have you considered becoming a part-time professional school bus driver?

FREE TRAINING to get your Class 1 & 2 licenses!

We have a *BONUS of $ 750 for Class 1 and 2 licensed Drivers

This bonus will not interfere with any current government subsidy

Our in-vehicle training is individual with social distancing measures in place.

We provide all the necessary PPE!

TRANSCO, North America’s largest & leading school bus company is training and hiring steady part-time and spare DRIVERS

RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Safely driving students to and from school, following a prescribed route, on a daily basis during the school year;
  • Performing daily vehicle safety inspections;
  • Communicating clearly and interacting with parents, school employees, passengers, co-workers & the public in a courteous, professional manner;
  • Being part of a world-class organization;
  • Security and opportunities for potential advancement;
  • Extra assignments may be available at many locations, but are not mandatory;
  • FREE TRAINING;
  • Competitive wages and a well-maintained fleet of automatic vehicles;
  • Making a difference in the lives of children;
  • Still having lots of free time for yourself, your family or your other interests.
QUALIFICATIONS:
  • Meet the minimum age requirements to hold a school bus driver’s license in your province Quebec is 21.
  • Have at least 2 years of driving experience as per provincial regulation (at least 1 in North America).
  • Hold a valid (non-probationary) driver's license and a good driving record.
  • Communicate clearly in English or French (depending on the school board requirements).
  • Undergo & pass a Ministry prescribed Medical examination, drug testing, criminal record search, vulnerable sector clearance and other reference check.
  • Bonus expires September 30, 2020
Transco is an equal opportunity employer that welcomes a diverse workforce. We encourage applications from women, persons with a disability, Aboriginal peoples and members of a visible minority.

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