Island Transit Transit Bus Operator Operates public transit vehicles on Whidbey Island and adjoining service areas. Part-time, guaranteed 20 hrs/week with generous employee benefits; flexible schedule required. Starting wage $19.44 hr following training. Employment contingent upon drug test, reference, criminal background, and motor vehicle record check. A required application packet is available at or Island Transit office... see more

Thank you for sharing this opportunity Steven Ransom you are the best ; )

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Yay Sasha. Sharing with you about how difficult it has been seeking employment has truly lifted my spirits, thanks.

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If you are a Bus Operator, remember that politeness counts. Your passengers' safety is your primary responsibility, but saying something nice pays real dividends. You most likely will see the same passengers every day during your three month tour of that route. Why not make them feel comfortable with you and your driving ? Always keep a positive attitude and know that you have Supervisors who will assist you with any issue.


Give it a try the experience is great of course you have good days and you have bad ones ...but if you love working with people it's a good job

Do your job be nice to the people because they are who u are working with, taking them from one point to the next. Be concerned, for their well being as well as yours, be willing to lend a helping hand ,the job is not all about u it's about the people u are carrying. Leave your problem at home, u are not going to please everyone but hold your head up and press on . Mind your business, leave others along. Stay focus on driving your people safe... see more

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