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Bus Driver - Full Time

Exceptional Persons Inc.
Waterloo, IA Full-time
Posted on May 17, 2019

Bus Driver - Full Time

It's their life. It's your career. Make a difference in both by joining our EPI team today!

Exceptional Persons, Inc. has a full-time opportunity available for a person looking to make a differencein the lives of persons with disabilities.  Our Bus Driver will live out our mission of connecting people, creating opportunities and nurturing growth. 

Exceptional Persons, Inc. ideal candidate would be an individual who respects each other’s inherent worth, is committed to inclusion and building relationships, and is results driven

The Bus Driver will transport adults with disabilities, or children for our school bus route, and may occasionally drive for our charter service for activities such as local events, bachelor/bachelorette parties, etc.

Enjoy an excellent work-life balance with a full-time position that qualifies you for employment benefits at only 30 hours per week! Shifts may include a few hours in the morning and a few in the afternoon plus the occasional evening or weekend for charter routes (drivers select the charter route they want by signing up).

An Exceptional Persons, Inc. Bus Driver earns a competitive compensation starting between $11.20 – $12.45 depending on related education and experience and an excellent benefit package – medical, dental, and vision insurance, paid holidays, sick/personal/vacation days, a retirement plan that includes a company contribution and company match, life insurance, phone, gym, and many other discounts, pet insurance, federal student loan forgiveness and tuition discounts. You also have the joy of knowing you aremaking a difference by serving passengers who live and work in your community.

Bus Driver Qualifications

  • Class B CDL with passenger and air brake endorsements (required) -- School bus endorsement (preferred)
  • High school diploma/GED (required)

Exceptional Persons, Inc. (EPI) makes a positive difference for people living with disabilities, enhances community child care, and strengthens families. Since 1957 EPI has supported people with disabilities to fully participate in their communities. Services include supported community living, transportation, day habilitation, supported employment and much more.

Post-offer, pre-employment background check, DOT physical, and drug test required.