Motorcoach

Greyhound to hire 400 operators

Posted on January 27, 2011

[IMAGE]MCI-Greyhound-full-1.jpg[/IMAGE]Greyhound Lines Inc. is accepting applications to fill more than 400 motorcoach operator positions throughout North America.

"At Greyhound, our employees take pride in transporting passengers safely throughout North America," said Victor Charles, manager of training and development, Greyhound. "Our highly trained drivers are a crucial part of our organization. Their commitment to safe operation is respected throughout the industry."

Prospective drivers must be at least 22 years of age, possess a valid driver's license, a minimum of three-years driving experience (commercial or private), good character skills, good driving record and a passion for safety.

Greyhound provides paid training and competitive benefits. For more information, click here.

 

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