Employment Opportunities

Open Position:

Driver, Full-time.
Driver needed to provide public support services in Wasco County. Driver will operate public transit bus and other public transportation vehicles when needed.
Applicants must have good communication and client service skills; knowledge of public transportation, special needs of passengers & streets in service area is desired. Must have valid Oregon or Washington Driver’s License. CDL w/ passenger endorsement is preferred.
HS Diploma or equivalent; two years’ experience working with the public, or satisfactory combination of experience & training as determined by hiring authority.
Bi-lingual applicants are encouraged to apply.
Full-time position. Salary $2,279 – $2,601/mo. (DOE) plus benefits (medical, dental, sick, vacation and retirement).
Pre-employment drug test, DMV, reference checks & criminal history checks required.
Position is open until filled.

To view the Driver job description, click here.
To access an Employment Application, click here.

Provide your cover letter, resume and application via postal mail (1113 Kelly Avenue, The Dalles, OR 97058), fax (541-298-2084) or hand-delivery.



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