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The Department of Transportation and Public Works seeks part-time Bus Operators

Transportation - The Department of Transportation and Public Works seeks part-time Bus Operators

Miami-Dade County’s Department of Transportation and Public Works is seeking applicants for the position of part-time Bus Operator. The Department will be accepting applications online through the Miami-Dade County Human Resources site, starting Monday, July 9, 2018 through July 23, 2018.

Those selected can earn as they learn. Bus Operator trainees earn $14.61 per hour and continue gaining experience as part-time Bus Operators. After successfully graduating from a nine-week training program, Bus Operators will receive $15.38 per hour.

To be selected, applicants must successfully pass a background screening and physical exam, and must have the following:

  • A high school diploma or a General Education Diploma (GED).
  • A photo identification, such as a Florida driver's license.
  • Proof of having passed the General Knowledge, Air-Brake and Passenger Transport test sections of the Commercial Driver License (CDL) exam (current and valid CDL Permit).

Bus Operators are also eligible to apply for other positions within the Department, offering them career advancement within the largest transit department in Florida and one of the largest in the United States.

Those interested in additional information about Miami-Dade County jobs can call the Miami-Dade County Job Information Hot Line at (305) 375-JOBS (5627), visit a CareerSource South Florida Center, or call 305-594-7615. Those without Internet access at home can visit any Miami-Dade County public library, or go to the Human Resources Department, New Hire Center, located on the 21st floor of the Stephen P. Clark Government Center at 111 NW First St., in downtown Miami, where they can ask staff for assistance and use a computer with Internet access to apply online on the Miami-Dade Couty Human Resources site.

Please note that a Supplemental Bus Operator (Part-Time) Trainee 2018 Informational Handout will be available on the Miami-Dade County site.

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