Become a School Bus Driver

Make A Difference

Are you a caring adult?
We want you as a bus driver or transportation educational assistant on DCSD's Transportation Team!

We offer great benefits and pay while we are training you to serve our students.

Work out of any of our three locations: Castle Rock, Highlands Ranch or Parker.

Drivers

No commercial driving experience required.
Salaries starting at $18.47 per hour

"One of the perks is this is a great career for moms and dads! You get to be home with your family every night, every weekend, summer and all holidays.”
-DCSD Bus Driver

Reponsibilities 
Bus drivers are responsible for the transportation of students to and from schools and for various other District activities. As a transportation representative of DCSD, bus drivers develop and promote good community relations among various community and school clientele.

Other responsibilities include safety inspections, managing student conduct and safety on school buses, attending trainings, and more.

Qualifications

  • No prior bus driving or other commercial vehicle experience needed
  • High School Diploma or Equivalent
  • Valid Driver's License (Minimum 2 years)
  • Must have a clean Driving Record
  • Must pass pre-employment physical and drug test
  • Must pass Colorado and FBI background checks
  • Must enjoy working with students

 

TEAs

No prior experience required.
Salaries starting at $15.30 per hour

“I like working with kids a lot. I love seeing the smiles on their faces, when I connect with them.”
-DCSD Transportation Educational Assistant

Reponsibilities 

Transportation Education Assistants are responsible for the transportation of special needs students to and from schools and for various other District activities. As a transportation representative of DCSD, Transportation Education Assistants develop and promote good community relations among various community and school clientele.

Other responsibilities include safety inspections, managing student conduct and safety on school buses, attend trainings, and more. 

Qualifications

  • High School Diploma or Equivalent
  • Must pass pre-employment physical and drug test
  • Must pass Colorado and FBI background checks
  • Must enjoy working with students

 


VIDEO: DCSD drivers talk about how much they love their job.

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Excellent Benefits
The following benefits are available for all transportation employees

-Full paid benefits at 30 hours per week (Medical, Dental, Vision)
-50% paid benefits at 20 hours per week (Medical, Dental, Vision)
-Work up to 40 hours per week
-District contributes to your pension plan (Colorado PERA)
-185 work days
-Summers off, weekends off
-Paid holidays with seniority

TEASER: DCSD Bus Driver Ron Gresham

TEASER: DCSD drivers talk about how much they love their job.

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