Sayreville - PARATRANSIT DRIVER - $17/HR - FULL-TIME - $3,000* Sign-On Bonus!

Have you considered being a Paratransit Driver in your community? Now's your chance!
Get paid to do what you love!
Join the First Transit team, contracting exclusively for New Jersey Transit in Monmouth, Middlesex, and Ocean Counties and be a part of something rewarding and satisfying! As a Paratransit Driver, you'll be responsible for safely transporting the disabled in a courteous and reliable manner. If you love serving people and driving - come work for us!
We are proud to offer these great benefits to our drivers:
$17.00 per hour for CDL with Passenger endorsement
$15.00 per hour starting wage for Non-CDL Drivers
$3,000 sign-on bonus (conditions apply)
Attractive benefits package, including
Medical, Dental & Vision
401(k) with company contribution,
Paid PTO/Vacation
Paid, Cutting-edge training
CDL Training Provided
Full-time year-round Shifts
Company provided Work Uniforms
Drivers represented by USWU Local 455
Opportunity for overtime
Freedom of being out on the open road (No desk work!)
GPS guidance in all vehicles
We want you to drive with us if you:
Are at least 21 years of age
Have a valid CDL with Passenger endorsements
Have at least 5 years of driving experience.
Have good verbal communication skills
Please Note - All candidates are subject to a pre-employment background check, drug screen and DOT physical.
Now is the time to enhance your career, not just pursue another job.
You do not want to miss out on this tremendous opportunity!
Apply today online, or in-person at:
2 Gowin Street, Sayreville, New Jersey, United States, 08872
To set up an interview call Tremaine at 732-316-1700 ext. 233
First Transit is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and welcomes all qualified applicants. Applicants will receive fair and impartial consideration without regard to race, sex, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, genetic data, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion or other legally protected statuses.

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