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School Bus / Van Drivers , up to $1500 Sign-On Bonus

Sign-on bonus up to $1500 (apply for details)


Position: Van Driver


Our Van Drivers safely transport children with special needs ages 3-22 to and from area schools and educational programs. Van Pool drivers directly and positively impact the children we serve and provide a guiding light on the road to success.


Hiring for 2018/2019 school year and beyond


Location:?School Districts in the areas close to your home?


School Districts Supported: Wrentham, Hudson, Bedford, Fitchburg


Part Time:?25-30 hours per week


Pay Rate: Up to $16.55 per hour, pending experience


Schedule:


Shifts are in the morning (6:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.) and afternoon (1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.)


Preferred Skills/ Requirements:




  • 4 or more years of driving experience, commercial or personal commuting


  • Current and active driver's license


  • Preferred, but not required, a 7D or CDL-B license


  • Successfully pass background checks and drug screen


  • Able to work a split shift between the hours of 6am-10am and 1pm-5pm


  • Demonstrate ability to communicate with children, ages 3 ? 22, requiring special education, parents, teachers and Van Pool staff



Benefits:




  • Keep the van/ vehicle at your home (no commute time)


  • Competitive pay


  • Bonus programs


  • Paid training and we pay for your 7-D license



Van Pool is a reliable company where children with special needs and their families rely on us to get them to school safely and on time. The company?s motto is ?Whatever It Takes? because our faculty and staff work together to make sure that every student is safely and successfully transported to their destinations.


Apply now, get trained and start earning!!!


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