Part-time and casual bus operator positions
Do you love providing great customer service? Are you available to work days, nights and weekends? Then we want to hear from you!
Transport Canberra is looking for new and experienced part-time and casual bus operators to join our team to deliver high-quality passenger services across Canberra, to fill upcoming permanent part-time and casual positions
We are seeking people with outstanding customer service skills, strong communication skills, fantastic personal presentation and a great driving record to help deliver around 19 million bus boarding each year! If you have great navigational and time-keeping skills and are able to follow a regular schedule over specified routes of travel, then this might be the right job for you.
The ACT Public Service supports workforce diversity and is committed to creating an inclusive workplace. As part of this commitment, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, people with disability, culturally diverse people and those who identify as LGBTIQ are encouraged to apply.
Transport Canberra offers great pay and benefits, as well as comprehensive training and licence upgrades. If successful, you will be employed casually while undergoing 3-5 weeks of training. Positions will then be offered upon successful completion of the training course. Further information is available in the Transport Canberra Operations (ACTION) Enterprise Agreement 2018-2021.
- Hold a “C” Class Drivers Licence and to have held a licence issued by an Australian State or Territory for at least 5 years.
- Be able to supply a 5 year history of your driving in Australia
- Be able to obtain and maintain a Medium Rigid (MR) licence and Public Vehicle Driving Authority (PVDA) – For applicants based in NSW, obtaining an upgrade to a MR licence will be at the applicant’s cost
- Be able to obtain a Heavy Vehicle (HR) Licence between 6 to 12 months after commencing with Transport Canberra
For additional job opportunities within Transport Canberra please view the Jobs ACT website