School Bus Driver Moose Jaw, SK

  Regina

Join our team as a School Bus Driver in Moosejaw, SK!

First things First: Who are we?
Twice the size of our next largest competitor, First Student is the leading school transportation solutions provider in North America. Every day, we complete 5 million student journeys, moving more passengers than all U.S. airlines combined. With a team of highly trained drivers and the industrys strongest safety record, First Student delivers reliable, quality services to 1,100 school districts.

Why join as a School Bus Driver? For many reasons

  • No experience necessary! We train!
  • Paid Training
  • Hours guarantee
  • Additional hours available charter route opportunities!
  • Child ride along program
  • No nights or weekends

About the Position

  • Join our team of professional drivers dedicated to getting students to and from school safely
  • Drivers enjoy the support of our industry leading technology to guide them through their daily routes
  • Prioritize vehicle maintenance by conducting pre and post trip vehicle inspections
  • Provide support to students by assisting with boarding and exiting the bus

Qualifications

  • Good verbal communication skills
  • At least 21 years old
  • Valid drivers license for at least 1 year
  • Undergo & pass a Ministry prescribed medical examination & Background checks

We aspire to have a culture where all people are First. We strive to attract and retain a diverse workforce therefore all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment. We encourage applications from women, persons with a disability, Indigenous peoples and members of a visible minority. First is an equal opportunity employer and by doing so we will sustain and promote an inclusive culture that supports future growthfor all. First is committed to providing reasonable accommodation at all stages of the hiring process and encourage all applicants who may require such accommodation to let us know.

KIJI
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First Student Canada

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