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Non Cdl Local Para Transit Driver - $22/ Hour - Paid Training - Wa, Lynnwood, Mv Transportation Na

Published 2022-08-14
Expires 2022-09-14
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Non Cdl Local Para Transit Driver - $22/ Hour - Paid Training - Wa, Lynnwood, Mv Transportation Na
United States, Washington, Lynnwood,
Published August 14, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Non cdl local para transit driver - $22/ hour - paid training - wa


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MV Transportation is actively hiring safe, reliable paratransit drivers to provide mobility and freedom to elderly and disabled members of our community What We Offer: Earn $22 an hour Paid training to become a professional driver Opportunities for long-term career growth beyond driving Full Benefits ( Medical, dental, vision, 401k, and life insurance) Job Requirements: Must be at least 21 years old Must be vaccinated for Covid-19 No CDL is required but must have a valid driver's license and minimum 5 years of safe driving record Must have a clean motor vehicle report Must be able to work a varied schedule, including evening, weekend, and holiday shifts Must be able to pass a drug screen, physical, and background check as required by DOT Provide friendly customer services Secure mobility devices in the vehicle Drive safely and assist riders on and off the vehicle Have what it takes? Don't hesitate Call 239-323-1839 or Apply Online Today

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    Mv Transportation Naples/coral Gables
    Registered on October 7, 2017

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