Bus Maintenance Person
$27.04 - $32.20 Hourly
This position is responsible for the custodial maintenance of the interior and exterior of City transit and paratransit vehicles, bus shelters and bus stops. Employees also perform minor servicing tasks on transit vehicles, including buses, such as fueling, charging, and checking and adding fluids to engines, transmissions, and cooling systems. Employees in this classification use standard cleaning tools, equipment, substances, solutions, solvents, waxes, and polishes. The work is performed under the direct administrative and technical supervision of the Transit Operations Program Manager or his/her designee. The Transit Operations Program Manager reviews job performance via periodic oral reports and visual inspections, although some technical assistance and instruction may be provided by Transit Inspectors. This position is subject to the City of Everett's Drug and Alcohol Policy, per Federal Department of Transportation regulations. Shift work is assigned throughout a 24-hour period.
Bus Maintenance Person | Job Description [PDF]
The City provides excellent benefits, including medical, dental, vision, retirement, and basic life insurance plans. Employees will also accrue vacation, sick, and holidays throughout the calendar year. For benefit information click here.
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Everett Transit is a division of the City of Everett, and offers service within Everett's city limits. At Everett Transit, you'll find a welcoming and close-knit atmosphere while enjoying a comfortable work life balance. Additionally, Everett Transit Operators receive:
- Excellent pay with multiple step increases
- Fixed Route Training Pay: $23.81
- Fixed Route Operator: $27.66 - $35.37
- Paratransit Training Pay: $19.38
- Paratransit Operator: $21.51 - $31.59
- Longevity pay, up to $1.09 per hour additional
- Exceptional health and wellness benefits
If you don't have Commercial Driver License (CDL), that's okay! Being an effective Transit Operator and City of Everett employee requires more than just driving. Every day our Fixed Route and Paratransit Operators provide essential trip planning and wayfinding information to our customers, along with local and regional tourism knowledge, a warm smile, and of course a safe vehicle to travel in. No matter what Operator position you are interested in, we invite you to transfer your skills and help build a better Everett.
Learn about benefits and pay, visit: www.everetttransit.org/transferyourskills