Winter Control Operator (2 positions)

WINTER IS COMING. LET’S MAKE SURE THE ROADS ARE CLEAR.

Job Summary:
Reporting to the Superintendent of Public Works, the Winter Control Operator works with a small team to ensure the Public Works department runs smoothly. You have grit, and energy, and are passionate about getting the job done right. This part-time, casual position is perfect for fitting into your lifestyle through the winter season.

Where is the Job?
With a population of 500, the District of Stewart is a deep-sea port on BC’s beautiful northern coast. During the summer, Stewart is a major tourist draw with its closeness to Alaska and road access to a major glacier – the Salmon. You’ll enjoy recreational opportunities year-round with fishing down the Portland Canal, and first-class snowmobiling and heli-skiing on the adjacent mountains. Major industry in the area includes mining, logging, and port operations.

What You’ll Do:

  • Operate heavy mobile equipment including graders, loaders, plow trucks, etc.;
  • Assist with snow removal, sidewalk clearing, drainage ditch maintenance, and de-icing;
  • Work, days, nights, and weekends as required;
  • Work in inclement weather;
  • Assist with ground maintenance which may include snow shoveling, ice scraping, and salting;
  • Communicate respectfully with supervisors and staff; and professionally interact with the public; and
  • Assist with other duties as required.

What You’ll Get in Return:

  • An outstanding team of coworkers who value diversity and teamwork;
  • A competitive wage of $34.30 / hour; and
  • Assistance with relocation for those considering a move from outside the District.

What You’ll Bring:

  • Your Education:
      • Grade 12 education or equivalent
      • Class 1 Driver’s License
      • First Aid Certificate
  • Your Experience:
      • At least 2 years of heavy equipment operations experience
      • Experience with public works functions (roads, water, wastewater, and facility maintenance)
      • Experience with the use and maintenance of public works tools and equipment

What to do Next:
There are 2 (two) Winter Control Operator positions available. If you are legally entitled to work in Canada and are over the age of 18, send your resume and cover letter to Todd Francis, Chief Administrative Officer, at cao@districtofstewart.com. Applications will be accepted until December 21, 2022.

Light Equipment Operator

GET YOUR MOTOR RUNNING.

Job Summary:
Reporting to the Superintendent of Public Works, the Light Equipment Operator will work with a small team to ensure the Public Works department runs smoothly. For you, driving is life; and this life involves the safe and efficient operation of light mobile equipment. You have a proven ability to follow directions, and the self-motivation to finish tasks and address what needs attention.

Where is the Job?
With a population of 500, the District of Stewart is a deep-sea port on BC’s beautiful northern coast. During the summer, Stewart is a major tourist draw with its closeness to Alaska and road access to a major glacier – the Salmon. You’ll enjoy recreational opportunities year-round with fishing down the Portland Canal, and first-class snowmobiling and heli-skiing on the adjacent mountains. Major industry in the area includes mining, logging, and port operations.

What You’ll Do:

  • Operate light mobile equipment including plow trucks, garbage truck, sweeper, skidsteer, hydro vac, etc.;
  • Assist with snow removal, sidewalk clearing, drainage ditch maintenance; and
  • Assist with other duties as required.

What You’ll Get in Return:

  • An outstanding team of coworkers who value diversity and teamwork;
  • A competitive wage of $32.60 / hour;
  • A comprehensive benefits package; and
  • Assistance with relocation for those considering a move from outside the District.

What You’ll Bring:

  • Your Education:
    • Grade 12 education or equivalent
    • Class 5 Driver’s License with Air Brake Endorsement or better
    • Class 1 Driver’s License
    • First Aid Certificate
    • Confined Space Experience / Training
  • Your Experience:
    • Experience with public works functions (roads, water, wastewater, parks care, and facility maintenance)
    • Experience with the use and maintenance of public works tools and equipment

What to do Next:
This is a full-time, permanent position. If you are legally entitled to work in Canada and are over the age of 18, send your resume and cover letter to Todd Francis, Chief Administrative Officer, at cao@districtofstewart.com. Applications will be accepted until December 21, 2022.

Labourer

START YOUR CAREER HERE.

Job Summary:
Join the team at the District of Stewart and gain the skills that will always keep you in demand. Reporting to the Superintendent of Public Works, you will work with a small team to ensure the Public Works department runs smoothly. You have energy to spare and love the variety of a job that varies from worksite to worksite.
Where is the Job?

With a population of 500, the District of Stewart is a deep-sea port on BC’ s beautiful northern coast. During the summer, Stewart is a major tourist draw with its closeness to Alaska and road access to a major glacier – the Salmon. You’ll enjoy recreational opportunities year-round with fishing down the Portland Canal, and first-class snowmobiling and heli-skiing on the adjacent mountains. Major industry in the area includes mining, logging, and port operations.

What You’ll Do:

  • Carry out a variety of duties such as:
      • Lawn maintenance, weed eating, raking, and general grounds maintenance
      • Ditch maintenance, pavement and sidewalk repair
      • Water and sewer maintenance
      • Litter and cardboard recycling pick-up
      • Painting
      • Parking lot, street, sidewalk, boardwalk, and graveyard maintenance
      • Trail / lagoon brushing and repair
      • Snow shoveling and salting
      • Keeping fire hydrants and garbage bins clear of snow
  • Communicate effectively with your supervisor, team, and the general public; and
  • Assist with other duties as required.

What You’ll Get in Return:

  • An outstanding team of coworkers who value diversity and teamwork;
  • A competitive wage of $28.99 / hour;
  • A comprehensive benefits package; and
  • Assistance with relocation for those considering a move from outside the District.

What You’ll Bring:

  • Your Education:
      • Class 5 Driver’s License
      • Related education in landscaping or grounds maintenance would be an asset
  • Your Experience:
      • Experience in the methods, tools, equipment techniques, and materials used in general clean-up, landscaping, and maintenance work
      • Physical strength, stamina, and the coordination to carry out continuous, heavy
        physical work in all weather conditions

What to do Next:
This is a full-time, permanent position. If you are legally entitled to work in Canada, send your resume and cover letter to Todd Francis, Chief Administrative Officer, at cao@districtofstewart.com. Applications will be accepted until December 21, 2022.

General Manager, Community Engagement and Cultural Services

Situated within the shared, unceded territory of the L̓il̓wat7úl (Líl̓wat People) and Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish People), the Resort Municipality of Whistler (RMOW) is a vibrant destination resort community, local government organization and leader in providing municipal programs, services, progressive planning and infrastructure. The RMOW is a high-performance municipal organization and significant tourism economy serving a community of 14,000 permanent residents and over three million annual visitors. Whistler’s vision is to be a place where our community thrives, nature is protected, and guests are inspired.

Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), the General Manager of Community Engagement and Cultural Services is accountable for the overall direction and management of the Community Engagement and Cultural Services Division. This role leads the assessment and creation of strategic engagement and cultural development initiatives that support the resort community as it evolves to meet the needs of the community, visitors, and environment.

The Community Engagement and Cultural Services Division provides Council, residents, taxpayers, visitors, and the Municipality with leadership and resources in the areas of communications and engagement; cultural services; festival, events, and animation programming; community-facing Whistler Public Library and Recreation facilities; economic development and strategic initiatives; and provides resources and support for large cross-departmental initiatives and municipal fee for service programs.

The General Manager leads the Division in its responsibility for managing how the organization supports and interacts with residents in Whistler while also designing and implementing programs and services that the RMOW offers to visitors. This includes advancing the Arts, Nature, and Heritage components of the Official Community Plan, which includes building capacity within the resort community, and providing opportunities for the community and visitors to share and experience the uniqueness of Whistler in its entirety – its landscape, lifestyle, arts, heritage, built environment, narratives and stories.

As a member of the senior management team and one of four General Manager positions, this role also assists in creating and implementing strategic direction for the entire organization. The General Manager guides a large and diverse team through five direct reports: Manager of Communications; Economic Development and Strategy Analyst; Whistler Public Library Director; Manager of Recreation; and Manager of Village Animation and Events.

Qualified candidates possess a Bachelor’s degree with further specialization in a field such as Communications, Community or StakeholderEngagement, Tourism, or Administration and a minimum of 10 years experience in a senior executive role including proven success in leading large teams with diverse functions. Experience managing public service teams an asset. Qualified candidates should demonstrate experience with community engagement and communication; experience with cultural tourism; experience managing significant budgets including implementation of performance management measures and reporting processes; and a proven record of accomplishment with stakeholder engagement and coordination with an ability to build rapport quickly and assess, identify and convey key findings.

The General Manager role requires a collaborative and community-minded thought leader who leads with a people-first approach. The successful candidate provides clear direction, inspires confidence in others, motivates and garners respect, and has the ability to build trusted relationships and draw people together around common goals. The successful candidate demonstrates a strong commitment to promoting a diverse and equitable workplace and contributes to a positive team environment. The successful candidate has a passion for community as well as the dedication to ensure that Whistler continues to be recognized on an international stage as a year-round world-class resort destination.

This position offers ongoing learning and development opportunities, a comprehensive benefit package, a nine-day fortnight schedule, and eligibility to participate in the organization’s recreation and transit pass program and remote work program. As a requirement of the position, the successful applicant must hold a valid class 5 BC driver’s license and must provide a satisfactory driver’s abstract and a satisfactory Police Information Check prior to beginning employment.

A full position profile is available by contacting hr@whistler.ca. Interested candidates are invited to submit a resume and cover letter online at Whistler.ca/careers.

Posting No. 142-22| Deadline for applications is Sunday, November 27, 2022

We thank all applicants for their interest however, only those candidates selected for further consideration will be contacted.
The Resort Municipality of Whistler is committed to being an equal-opportunity employer who embraces and respects diversity.

Groundskeeper / Arena Operator

BUILD HEALTHY COMMUNITIES.

Job Summary:
Under the general direction of the CAO, the Groundskeeper / Arena Operator plays a key role in the Parks and Recreation services available to the citizens of the District of Stewart. You will support the District in the responsible care of Stewart’s outdoor parks, recreation spaces, and the Al Lawrence Memorial Arena. You will operate, inspect, and maintain a variety of equipment and vehicles in this full-time role, with availability for some shift / weekend work. You are a stickler for safety, and you take pride in contributing to a healthy and active community lifestyle.

Where is the Job?
With a population of 500, the District of Stewart is a deep-sea port on BC’ s beautiful northern coast. During the summer, Stewart is a major tourist draw with its closeness to Alaska and road access to a major glacier – the Salmon. You’ll enjoy recreational opportunities year-round with fishing down the Portland Canal, and first-class snowmobiling and heli-skiing on the adjacent mountains. Major industry in the area includes mining, logging, and port operations.

What You’ll Do:

  • Parks and Grounds:
      • Perform grass, tree and parkland maintenance; and following guidance of accepted  practices/procedures;
      • Assist with the operation and maintenance of irrigation systems;
      • Assist with the erection, maintenance and inspection of playground equipment and fences;
      • Assist with the maintenance of cemeteries, including excavating and filling of graves;
      • Supervise summer and casual staff as required.
  • Arena:
      • Perform regular maintenance of Arena including janitorial duties and minor repairs; ensure supplies are in stock;
      • Operate and maintain the ice-making equipment including the compressors, condenser, refrigeration units and related piping;
      • Assist with the operation and maintenance of the building heating system;
      • Maintain the ice surface including flooding, operating the ice resurfacer, ice painting, etc.;
      • Sell and monitor ice time use;
      • In conjunction with the Recreation Coordinator assist in the coordination of Groundskeeper / Arena Operator special events at the arena;
      • Sharpen skates;
      • Annual ice in/ice out operations;
      • Maintain a clear access to the building and around all exit doors.

What You’ll Get in Return:

  • An outstanding team of coworkers who value diversity and teamwork;
  • An annual wage of $28.99 / hour;
  • A comprehensive benefits package; and
  • Assistance with relocation for those considering a move from outside the District.

What You’ll Bring:

  • Your Education:
      • Valid BC Driver’s Licence with Airbrake endorsement (minimum Class 5);
      • A valid Occupational First Aid, Level 1 certificate;
      • Understanding of Occupational Health and Safety Regulations as established by the Workers’ Compensation Board of BC;
      • Traffic Control Person training;
      • Water Distribution Level I Certificate and Water Treatment Level 1 Certificate;
      • Wastewater Collection Level 1 Certificate and Wastewater Treatment Level 1 Certificate; and
      • Ice Facilities Operation Certificate, or 5th Class Power Engineer Certification.
  • Your Experience:
      • Experience or training related to this position;
      • Experience in small engine repair;
      • Physical ability to satisfy the requirements of this position;
      • An affinity for and a willingness to learn the operation of machines, vehicles, and heavy equipment and undertake training as required for the job duties; and
      • Ability to maintain harmonious relationships with the public and staff members.

What to do Next:
Send your resume and cover letter to Todd Francis, Chief Administrative Officer, at cao@districtofstewart.com. Applications will be accepted until Dec. 1, 2022.

Shift Service Supervisor – Relief

Job title:                               Shift Service Supervisor – Relief
Job ID:                                   20220582
Location:                              Greater Vancouver Area
Full/Part Time:                  Full-time
Regular/Temporary:       Regular

Marketing Statement

As the largest operating company in the integrated TransLink enterprise, Coast Mountain Bus Company (CMBC) operates a fleet of clean-fuel conventional and community shuttle buses, zero-emission trolley buses, and passenger ferry SeaBuses in Metro Vancouver, the largest single transit service area in Canada.

At CMBC, one of BC’s Top Employers, we’re committed to providing an innovative, healthy, and engaging workforce. This is reflected in our workforce of over 5,500 employees performing over 400 unique jobs, who are committed and empowered to deliver service that attracts nearly 1.1 million passengers daily and connects people, businesses, and communities in the Metro Vancouver region.

We have the important job of helping our passengers get to work, appointments, visiting with family and friends, and back again every day. Metro Vancouver relies on us, and we take that as a point of pride.

Responsibilities

  1. Assigns vehicles to scheduled and non-scheduled runs according to operational and maintenance requirements including:
    a) arranging parking by vehicle and lane number to ensure an efficient operation.
    b) coordinating scheduling and other changes with Transit Control, Depot Office. Maintenance Staff, Transit Operators and Service Persons, in response to planned service requirements and unforeseen disruptions, Shift Service Supervisor – December 5, 1995.
    c) advising Depot Office of the unavailability of vehicles needing service and making recommendations as to which runs can be cancelled or pre-cancelled,
    d) minimizing delays by monitoring yard traffic and responding to trouble calls.
  2. Supervises the servicing of fleet vehicles including:
    a) planning and scheduling work to be performed on vehicles, adjusting priorities and reassigning work in unplanned or emergency situations to ensure that all fleet servicing and scheduled transit service requirements are met.
    b) directing shift staff who wash, refuel, sweep, dust and flush vehicles, and who also conduct total safety inspections of vehicles when necessary,
    c) performing spot checks on serviced vehicles to confirm that servicing requirements are maintained.
    d) training, motivating and managing the performance of shift staff.
  3. Maintains safe work practices by ensuring that staff are aware of WHMIS and other safety regulations and procedures such as doing monthly safety inspections of the service property, monthly disinfecting of vehicle phones, safely disposing of needles found on fleet vehicles, and training staff in new safety procedures.
  4. Responsible for yard property including:
    a) checking the yard for toxic or chemical spills, and organizing the cleanup of toxic or chemical spills using recommended materials,
    b) isolating problem areas after power outages or when lines trip, and re-setting the overhead power.
    c) liaising with Building Maintenance to keep the property in good order.
    d) securing the property at all times, contacting Security if necessary.
  5. In the absence of a Supervisor in the Diesel Section and a Supervisor in the Trolley Section, provides guidance to shop staff, completes shop accident reports, resets shop power outages, secures the shop and office property, and ensures there is First Aid coverage.
  6. Checks time sheets for accuracy and completeness, and manages overtime usage. Completes fuel and oil inventory sheets, vehicle inventories and other servicing records as required.
  7. Liaises with oncoming Shift Service Supervisor or the Service Supervisor to ensure the continuous flow of work

Qualifications

General academic background equivalent to high school graduation plus a course in supervisory techniques.

Job requires two (2) years previous experience in a commercial vehicle servicing or operation capacity to gain a broad general knowledge regarding vehicle service requirements, scheduling techniques, etc. Minimum of up to one (1) year in the position to become familiar with the CMBC organization, service runs, supervisory and shift responsibilities, safety and servicing standards, and applicable sections of union agreements.

Other Information

Recruitment Process: An applicant will be required to demonstrate their suitability for this position by meeting the minimum level of qualifications and experience in order to be invited into the selection process. A standard interview format will be used including general, scenario and behavioural descriptive interview questions.

COVID-19 Safety Vaccination Policy

To support public health, and protect the health and safety of our employees, customers, and their families, Coast Mountain Bus Company employees will be required to be fully vaccinated against COVID19 and will need to provide proof of full vaccination status in compliance with the employer’s COVID-19 Safety Vaccination Policy.

Accommodations may be applicable under the BC Human Rights Code. Should an applicant be unable to provide proof of full vaccination and should an accommodation be requested, additional information will be required to determine whether the individual is entitled to be accommodated.

Work Schedule

37.5 hours per week.

Work Designation

Resident – This position works predominately on-site

Rate of Pay

Salary starting from: $73,406 per annum.

The Total Compensation Package includes Extended Health, Dental, Transit Pass and enrollment in the Public Service Pension Plan. Focus on your development through tuition reimbursement, training, and mentorship programs. Enjoy a variety of health and wellness programs, including access to gym facilities. Speak to us to know more about what we offer.

How to Apply

Visit our Career Site or click here and apply through our job portal.

INSTRUCTIONS: Please save your (1) cover letter, and your (2) resume as one pdf document prior to uploading your application on-line.

Closing Date: Until Filled

Please note that only those short listed will be contacted.

Having issues applying? Review our System Requirements and Support or email jobs@coastmountainbus.com for assistance.

 

We are an equal opportunity employer committed to creating and supporting a diverse and inclusive workforce that is free of all forms of discrimination. We are committed to providing reasonable accommodations and will work with you to meet your needs. If you are a person with a disability and require assistance during the application process, please reach out! We celebrate our inclusive work environment and welcome members of all backgrounds, skills, and perspectives.

Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process. For a confidential inquiry, simply email us at jobs@coastmountainbus.com.

Bodyperson

Job title:                              Bodyperson
Job ID:                                  20220162
Location:                             Greater Vancouver Area
Full/Part Time:                  Full-time
Regular/Temporary:       Regular

Division
Maintenance

Department
VP Maintenance

Union Affiliation
CUPE

Marketing Statement
As the largest operating company in the integrated TransLink enterprise, Coast Mountain Bus Company (CMBC) operates a fleet of clean-fuel conventional and community shuttle buses, zero-emission trolley buses, and passenger ferry SeaBuses in Metro Vancouver, the largest single transit service area in Canada.

At CMBC, one of BC’s Top Employers, we’re committed to providing an innovative, healthy, and engaging workforce. This is reflected in our workforce of over 5,500 employees performing over 400 unique jobs, who are committed and empowered to deliver service that attracts nearly 1.1 million passengers daily and connects people, businesses, and communities in the Metro Vancouver region.

We have the important job of helping our passengers get to work, appointments, visiting with family and friends, and back again every day. Metro Vancouver relies on us, and we take that as a point of pride.

Responsibilities
General body work, including but not limited to corrosion restoration, body maintenance, and collision repair work on buses and other transit vehicles: metal bumping, filling, sanding, welding (including; Mild Steel, Aluminum, Stainless Steel, and assorted Plastics), panel replacement, heavy frame straightening, plywood floor repairs, various types of glass replacements, and all other required body work.

Applicants must be familiar with repairing and replacing Fiberglass and other Assorted Plastic Materials.

Qualifications
BCTQ in Automotive Body Repair. Must have served a 4-year apprenticeship in auto body repairing and have had journeyperson experience in vehicle collision repair work. Preference will be given to applicants who have some experience in modern repairing. Applicants may be required to demonstrate their ability. Capable, after training, of holding a Class 2 driver’s licence with air ticket.

An up-to-date driver’s abstract must accompany application. Maximum 6 points in the past 3 years, no impaired convictions, roadside suspensions, or prohibitions in the past 5 years. Will be required to undergo a comprehensive medical examination.

Other Information
Recruitment Process: An applicant will be required to demonstrate their suitability for this position by meeting the minimum level of qualifications and experience in order to be invited into the selection process. A standard interview format will be used including general, scenario, and behavioural descriptive interview questions.

COVID-19 Safety Vaccination Policy

To support public health, and protect the health and safety of our employees, customers, and their families, Coast Mountain Bus Company employees will be required to be fully vaccinated against COVID19 and will need to provide proof of full vaccination status in compliance with the employer’s COVID-19 Safety Vaccination Policy.

Accommodations may be applicable under the BC Human Rights Code. Should an applicant be unable to provide proof of full vaccination and should accommodation be requested, additional information will be required to determine whether the individual is entitled to be accommodated.

Work Schedule
37.5 hours per week.

Rate of Pay
$47.72 per hour.

The Total Compensation Package includes Extended Health, Dental, Transit Pass, and enrollment in the Public Service Pension Plan. Focus on your development through tuition reimbursement, training, and mentorship programs. Enjoy a variety of health and wellness programs, including access to gym facilities. Speak to us to know more about what we offer.

How to Apply
Visit our Career Site and apply through our job portal.

INSTRUCTIONS: Please save your (1) cover letter, and your (2) resume as one pdf document prior to uploading your application online.

Closing Date: Until Filled

Please note that only those short-listed will be contacted.

Having issues applying? Review our System Requirements and Support or email jobs@coastmountainbus.com for assistance.

We are an equal opportunity employer committed to creating and supporting a diverse and inclusive workforce that is free of all forms of discrimination. We are committed to providing reasonable accommodations and will work with you to meet your needs. If you are a person with a disability and require assistance during the application process, please reach out! We celebrate our inclusive work environment and welcome members of all backgrounds, skills, and perspectives.

Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process. For a confidential inquiry, simply email us at jobs@coastmountainbus.com.

Trimmer

Job title:                            Trimmer
Job ID:                                20210265
Location:                           Greater Vancouver Area
Full/Part Time:                Full-time
Regular/Temporary:     Regular

Division
Maintenance

Department
Trim Shop

Marketing Statement
As the largest operating company in the integrated TransLink enterprise, Coast Mountain Bus Company (CMBC) operates a fleet of clean-fuel conventional and community shuttle buses, zero-emission trolley buses, and passenger ferry SeaBuses in Metro Vancouver, the largest single transit service area in Canada.

At CMBC, one of BC’s Top Employers, we’re committed to providing an innovative, healthy, and engaging workforce. This is reflected in our workforce of over 5,500 employees performing over 400 unique jobs, who are committed and empowered to deliver service that attracts nearly 1.1 million passengers daily and connects people, businesses, and communities in the Metro Vancouver region.

We have the important job of helping our passengers get to work, appointments, visiting with family and friends, and back again every day. Metro Vancouver relies on us, and we take that as a point of pride.

Responsibilities
Perform on assigned shift, a variety of upholstery duties including make-up, repair & installation of seat covers repair and replace foam cushions bonding of seat covers to foam and frames repair and modifications to pneumatic &/or electrically operated driver’s seat repairs to articulated bus bellows manufacture of safety screens and covers other related duties as required.

Qualifications
Grade 12 or equivalent Must be able to custom fit auto upholstery and operate an industrial sewing machine. Minimum of 8 years work experience at the journeyman level. Vocational courses in Auto Upholstery an asset. Some experience in furniture upholstery an asset. Clear driver’s licence. An up-to-date driving abstract must company application.

Other Information
Recruitment Process: An applicant will be required to demonstrate their suitability for this position by meeting the minimum level of qualifications and experience in order to be invited into the selection process. A standard interview format will be used including general, scenario, and behavioural descriptive interview questions.

COVID-19 Safety Vaccination Policy
To support public health, and protect the health and safety of our employees, customers, and their families, Coast Mountain Bus Company employees will be required to be fully vaccinated against COVID19 and will need to provide proof of full vaccination status in compliance with the employer’s COVID19 Safety Vaccination Policy.

Accommodations may be applicable under the BC Human Rights Code. Should an applicant be unable to provide proof of full vaccination, and should an accommodation be requested, additional information will be required to determine whether the individual is entitled to be accommodated.

Work Schedule
37.5 hours per week.

Work Designation
Resident
This position works predominately on-site.

Rate of Pay
$47.72 per hour.

The Total Compensation Package includes Extended Health, Dental, Transit Pass, and enrollment in the Public Service Pension Plan. Focus on your development through tuition reimbursement, training, and mentorship programs. Enjoy a variety of health and wellness programs, including access to gym facilities. Speak to us to know more about what we offer.

How to Apply
Visit our Career Site and apply through our job portal.

INSTRUCTIONS: Please save your (1) cover letter, and your (2) resume as one pdf document prior to
uploading your application online.

Closing Date: Until Filled

Please note that only those short listed will be contacted.

Having issues applying? Review our System Requirements and Support or email jobs@coastmountainbus.com for assistance.

We are an equal opportunity employer committed to creating and supporting a diverse and inclusive workforce that is free of all forms of discrimination. We are committed to providing reasonable accommodations and will work with you to meet your needs. If you are a person with a disability and require assistance during the application process, please reach out! We celebrate our inclusive work environment and welcome members of all backgrounds, skills, and perspectives.

Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process. For a confidential inquiry, simply email us at jobs@coastmountainbus.com.