Professional Bus Driver Training Programme Galway

Location Galway
Discipline: Drivers & Supervisors
Job type: New Position
Contact name: Dermot Macken

Contact email: westhr@buseireann.ie
Job ref: 003441
Published: 9 months ago
Expiry date: 01 Apr 2024 00:59

Professional Bus Driver Training Programme

 

We are recruiting candidates for Professional Bus Driving to join us in delivering a quality customer service. We are looking for people who will operate our buses safely and efficiently and who will make every effort to ensure our customers have a positive experience of Bus Eireann.

 

Minimum Requirements

 

B Licence Applicants  

§  A valid driving licence Category B (for a minimum of 2 years) or Category C with no endorsements

§  A valid D Licence Learner Permit

§  A valid CPC Bus Case Study sheet (Please note, the CPC bus case study is only valid for a period of 2 years from its date of issue.)

 

Please note if you do not have the minimum criteria your application will not be considered 

 

Recruitment Process: Applicants should have excellent interpersonal skills and fluency in English, both written and spoken.

 

Salary: Allowance of €618 per week gross while training to obtain Full “D” Class Licence. This will increase to €775.83 per week after obtaining Category D Licence and up to €898.22 in Year 7.

 

Shifts: Upon obtaining full “D” Licence, Drivers will then operate a minimum of 18 hour contract consisting of weekend working (Saturday and Sunday)

 

Training: Initial training is provided as well as on-going training and development (including periodic CPC).

 

Benefits: On appointment following a probationary period of 12 months, (excluding initial training period) we will offer you a wide range of benefits including either a company pension scheme or a PRSA pension scheme, a subsidised medical scheme, free bus travel and concessionary rail travel.

 

Applications without scans of required documents (licences, CPC Case Study) will not be processed.  

 

Shortlisting will apply.

 
 

Bus Éireann is an equal opportunities employer

 

For more information on document requirements click here