Driving a bus is a very important and highly rewarding job. A Relief Transit Operator covers vacancies created by full-time
operators who are unavailable for reasons such as vacation, training, illness, etc. Upon successful completion of training,
you will begin in entry-level part-time positions and promoted to a full-time position based on seniority as vacancies occur.
Relief Operators are guaranteed a minimum of 28 hours per week, yet could work 40 or more hours depending on the
needs of the Agency in any given week. Relief Operators must be available seven days a week and will be scheduled for
• Operate a passenger coach on specified routes and time schedules in accordance with established safety and operational policies and procedures while picking up and delivering passengers
• Promote good passenger relations by positive treatment of passengers; greet passengers in a courteous manner; assist passengers with boarding, seating, questions and related matters
• Operate two-way radio for professional routine communication with dispatch center and other coaches
See attached job description for full list of duties
First consideration given to applications received on or before August 2nd
Please download the application packet to your computer and fill it out completely.
You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to fill out the application.
Do not use a web browser to open the application packet, make sure to save it to your local computer then open it. Using a web browser to view the application may leave the signature areas unable to be filled out electronically.
Submit your application to email@example.com or
600 County Shop Lane
Burlington, WA 98233
Please direct all questions and application materials to Human Resources,
email firstname.lastname@example.org 360-757-1355
Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free Business