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Crest Hill - Part-Time School Bus Driver- $1000-$3000 Sign On Bonus DOE!

Now Hiring Part-Time School Bus Drivers in Crest Hill , IL-- $16/HR Starting Wage, Paid CDL Training, & $1000-$3000 Sign On Bonus
No experience necessary! We train!
Starting wages will increase to $17/ HR on August 1st, 2018!
Apply today to take advantage of this exciting new offering!
At First Student, our Bus Drivers are an integral part of the communities they serve. They are committed to safety, customer service and have genuine, caring attitudes for children. We are your friends, family, and neighbors!
We are proud to offer:
$16/HR Starting Wage
$1000 Sign On Bonus (Inexperienced, non-permitted/licensed drivers)
$3000 Sign On Bonus (Experienced, fully permitted/ licensed drivers)
Guaranteed 20 hours per week
Potential for additional earnings with charters
Paid CDL Training
Benefits Available
Summer work and midday opportunities available
No experience necessary!
Child Ride Along Program
Districts we drive for:
Plainfield CUSD 202
Joliet District 86
Will County School District 92 (Lockport)
Richland School District 88a
Chaney-Monge District 88
Elwood School District 203
Joliet Catholic Academy
As a First Student Bus Driver, your major responsibilities will be to:
Safely transports passengers
Perform pre/post trip vehicle inspections
Assists students in the loading and unloading process
Requirements of a School Bus Driver:
Good verbal communication skills
At least 21 years old
Valid driver's license for at least 3 years
Be subject to a background check, drug screen & physical
Through our commitment to putting customers first, dedication to safety, and ambition to deliver the best means we've created a working environment that you'll love. And, because we're a huge company with 120,000 staff and over 2.5 billion customers worldwide, you'll also enjoy real security, a brilliant future, and fantastic training.
Conditions Apply
Offer ends 09.30.2018
Apply today to become a part of our team!
Equal Opportunity Employer



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