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Position Information

  • Location:
    Hamilton, OH
  • Job Type:
    Full Time Employee
  • Job Code:
    WR 16139
  • Job Category:
  • Occupation:
    Car, Van and Bus Driving
    General/Other: Logistics/Transportation
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Entry-Level Vehicle Operator

Fantastic career opportunity, company will train you, no experience required!

Are you a people person, but an office environment isn’t your thing?  Are you reentering the workforce, searching for your first career, or looking to get out of food service, retail, or a minimum wage position?  If you answered “yes” this could be the career fit for you!

Get paid while you train and learn in-demand skills for a career in transportation with a stable and well-known transport organization.  You’ll enjoy a steady income, benefits, growth opportunities, and a great company culture that employees stick around for, all with no prior driving experience needed.

Butler County Regional Transit Authority is searching for individuals interested in becoming Vehicle Operators in the Hamilton, Oxford, and Middletown, OH areas.

As a member of the team, you can expect:

  • Above-average pay – Starts at $12/hr. + annual wage increases
  • Benefits – Including paid training, Ohio Public Employee Retirement Plan with a 14% match, portion of uniform provided, and generous PTO plan where you receive 26 paid days off a year (you are also able to cash out your unused PTO once a year).
  • Training – They provide the training and testing for your Commercial Driver’s License, including classroom and behind the wheel training. Plus, you get paid while you’re training!  Start out as a Paratransit driver, get your CDL-B, and you’ll move up to driving your own bus!
  • Employee recognition – At the end of each year, the company recognizes safe drivers and employee attendance.
  • Pride in your work – Feel good about what you do every day! Your daily work allows hundreds of people to get around the city safely and efficiently, easing traffic congestion, reducing air pollution, and making the area a better place to live.
  • Newer equipment – These top-of-the-line buses are impeccably maintained and boast the latest technology and equipment.
  • Hours – Part time and full-time openings available depending on what you need.

If you are able and willing to train for a Commercial Driver’s License in order to operate public transportation, they want to hear from you!  Veterans are encouraged to apply.

Don’t let this opportunity pass you by!  

About the Company:  Butler County Regional Transit Authority (BCRTA) provides curb to curb dial-a-ride service in addition to local and commuter bus services to the general public throughout Butler County. BCRTA was created in 1994 as a public agency with the intention of better meeting the transportation needs of residents in the county.  Their goals are to conserve energy, reduce pollution, and foster the economic development and vitality of the county by providing better access to jobs, education, shopping, health and human services, and government services.

BCRTA states as its policy a commitment to provide equal opportunity to all persons in matters affecting all employment processes, but not limited to, recruitment, employment, compensation, benefits, promotions, training, discipline, transfer selection, terminations, and other terms and conditions of employment and layoff practices without regard to a person’s race, color, religion, national origin, disability, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, veterans status, or age.

Further, BCRTA is committed to complying with Title I of the Americans with Disabilities Act and prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability.  BCRTA will make accommodations that are reasonable and not unduly burdensome to enable qualified disabled applicants and employees to participate in the employment process and perform essential job functions.