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Become a Community Transit Bus Driver

Now Accepting Applications

Yes — you can drive a bus! You don’t need previous professional driving experience to be a great Community Transit bus driver — we’ll give you the tools for success by providing paid, comprehensive training that includes generous benefits.

During our 10-week paid training program you will:

  • earn $22.89 per hour 
  • be eligible for our Trainee Benefit Package on the first month following your training start date.
    This includes:
    • medical insurance for trainees and their dependents (95% company-paid premiums)
    • dental & vision insurance for trainees and their dependents (100% company-paid premiums)
    • accruing paid time off during training

Upon successful completion of the training program you will:

  • earn a starting salary of $26.93/hour, with potential to earn up to $34.01 hourly
  • be eligible for our excellent full-employee benefit package which includes:
    • a retirement pension plan 
    • company-paid life insurance/disability insurance
  • receive 9 company-paid holidays a year
  • accrue generous paid time off — up to 19 days in your first year
  • receive a comprehensive wellness program including onsite access to: two gyms, physical therapy services, and massage therapy services

We are a leading employer in the Puget Sound region, based out of Everett, Washington. Our agency provides service throughout Snohomish County, with additional commuter service into King County. Grow your career with us and be part of a team that believes in making a difference.

Employee health & safety during COVID-19

At Community Transit, we are committed to providing a safe work environment, including providing personal protective equipment and resources to help protect yourself and others. We have worked closely with Snohomish County public health authorities to create our safety protocols. 

During the COVID-19 pandemic, we have implemented temperature and health check procedures when entering our buildings, provide our drivers with protective gear, perform daily disinfecting of buses and employee common areas, upgraded to the highest-rated air filters available for our buses and buildings, and more to help keep our employees and riders safe. 

We are committed to providing all of our employees with a safe work environment, and we ask our employees to follow all public health guidance, including properly wearing a face covering, maintaining a safe distance of 6 feet from others whenever possible, and staying home when feeling ill. 

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Have questions? Please contact us!
(425) 348-2315
CTJobs@commtrans.org