Mass Transit Operator

  • Part Time
  • Iowa City
  • Salary: $22.04 - $28.35 per hour

Website City of Iowa City

Mass Transit Operator
Transit Division Transportation
Services Department

Job posted until filled
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Wage: $22.04 – $28.35 per hour
Hours to be determined by shift bid and can include early mornings, evenings and Saturdays Days of operation: Monday through Saturday

Job summary: Under direction, operates City buses to transport the general public safely to and from destinations on assigned route. Collects fares and ridership statistics for municipal and government reports.

Minimum qualifications: One year experience in a position requiring extensive public relations skills required. This position requires a valid Iowa Class B Iowa Commercial Driver’ s License (CDL) with passenger and air-brake endorsements or Iowa CDL Instruction permit required by first day of employment for new hires who do not possess a valid Class B Iowa Commercial Driver’ s License (CDL) with passenger and air-brake endorsements. A valid Iowa Class B Commercial Driver’ s license with air brakes and passenger endorsement is required upon completion of the training period. This position is subject to federal drug testing requirements. A preemployment drug screen is required. Must be 18 years of age per Iowa Code 92.8. Must pass criminal background check. Preferred qualifications: One year of experience in mass transit operations or a related field preferred. More information: A full job description including a listing of essential duties and responsibilities and necessary knowledge, skills and abilities is available at jobs under Job Descriptions. It is the policy of the City of Iowa City to afford equal employment opportunities for all employees and potential City employees.

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