Henrico Schools seeking bus drivers for 2017-18 school year

As the school year comes to an end, Henrico County Public Schools are looking for applicants for bus drivers for next year.

The school system is seeking applicants to train for the position, said Josh Davis, director of pupil transportation for HCPS.

“We need strong bus driver candidates for our summer training sessions,” Davis said. “This time of year we need to fill positions expected to open through summer attrition. We will be training new drivers for contracted and substitute positions for the school year 2017-18. Successful candidates will also be offered part-time work in the summer.”

HCPS also is seeking applicants for full-time and substitute school nutrition service worker positions.

Representatives from the HCPS Human Resources, School Nutrition Services and Transportation departments will be at Libbie Mill Library to talk with those interested on May 11, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Libbie Mill Library is located at 2100 Libbie Lake East St.

Applicants can apply online in advance at http://henricoschools.us/careers.

HCPS also will hold a job fair for the open positions at Henrico County Public Library's Varina Area Library, on June 6, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Interested applicants for full-time and substitute bus drivers must be at least 21 years old, have a high school diploma, have a valid Virginia driver's license, obtain a commercial driver's license class B instructional permit or a class B license with endorsements in T/S (Transporting Passengers/School Bus) and air brakes, be able to pass a physical exam and drug test and have no convicted felonies.

Applicants without access to a computer or that have questions about the online application can contact HCPS Human Resources Department at 804-652-3664, or come by the department's office at 3810 Nine Mile Road to use the computers or get needed help.

Anyone with questions can call HCPS Human Resources Department at 804-652-3664.
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