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MWRTA Call Center
2015 Reservationist Needed The Authority is now accepting applications for a part time (19 hours per week) reservationist in our call center. Excellent customer service skills as well as computer knowledge a must. Flexible hours. Good work environment. Starting pay $12.00 per hour. Interested parties should contact Lisa Long, call center manager at 508-820-4650.
Bus Operations- CDL (Commercial Drivers License) Required- April 2015
2015 Drivers Wanted First Transit, the company providing the fixed route bus service for MWRTA, currently seeks applicants with among other pre-requisites, a professional demeanor witha a strong emphasis on customer service, a clean driving record, and CDL license with passenger endorsement. All shifts available. Interested applicants should come to the MWRTA offices at 37 Waverly Street in Framingham, Monday - Friday, between 7am-5pm to fill out an application. Please call (508) 935-2222 with any questions.
The MetroWest Regional Transit Authority is seeking to hire and is now accepting, applications for a part time transportation scheduler for its Demand Response Services. Working conditions: Demand Response operations are open 7 days a week. This position may include some weekend shifts. Job description: Incudes, but not limited to; Working in coordination with scheduling, dispatch and call center team, to ensure accuracy and efficiency of booked trips. Start date: Prior to July 1, 2015 Weekly hours: 19.5 Starting pay rate: $20.00 Employment preferences: 5 years transportation scheduling experience preferred. PC proficiency, data entry skills. Reliable, professional business etiquette. Ability to prioritize and multi-task. Please contact Eva<at>mwrta.com
Natick Community Services Department- Part Time Van Driver
The Town of Natick’s Community Services Department seeks to enhance local accessible transportation services in the Natick area. With an initial focus on elder and disabled individuals, the service will help to ensure those in need have access to safe, reliable door to door transportation service.
At this time we seek to hire a part-time (19 hours/week) van driver. While no special license is required, drivers are required to complete training in defensive driving, passenger assistance, CPR, and first aid. Applicants with current certifications in these areas are preferred. Applicants must have an excellent driving record and will be subject to a criminal background check and will be subject to random mandatory drug screening as required by state law.
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, and three professional references to Director of Human Resources, Town of Natick, 13 East Central Street, Natick, Ma, 01760 or by email to email@example.com
Holliston Senior Center- Van Driver
The Holliston Senior Center is seeking a per diem van driver to fill-in for vacation/sick time of regular drivers and for occasional special events. A CDL license is desirable, as is a knowledge of Holliston and surrounding towns. Pre-employment drug and alcohol testing is required. Drivers must be certified in CPR and first aid and must be willing to participate in required annual driver trainings. Must be van lift trained and certified. Experience with senior and/or disabled population is preferred. Being flexible, kind and compassionate is essential. Must pass CORI check and have a good driving record. The starting salary is Grade 100, Step 1, $15.45 per hour. Please submit resume by May 1, 2015, to Jean Boulette, Senior Center Director at: Holliston Senior Center, 150 Goulding Street, Holliston MA 01746. EEE/AA
Transit Evaluation Associate
Looking for a motivated individual to be part of the MWRTA team. This is a great opportunity to work in an environment that promotes and rewards teamwork and a good work ethic. Part time / Saturday - Friday / some evenings (days are somewhat flexible). Hourly rate - $12.00 Job duties â€“ Individual will evaluate trips based on their experience with the driver, other passengers, on time performance of schedule, schedule adherenceâ€¦ Individual will be expected, with the assistance of the program coordinator, to familiarize themselves with evaluation survey and assigned routes, prior to beginning their shift. They will also need to organize and report survey results to the coordinator, in a timely manner. As the MWRTA expands, so do the opportunities! What are you waiting for? Apply today! Please contact Eva<at>mwrta.com