Become a Culver City Bus Operator
Looking for a career in transportation with great benefits and flexible working hours? Culver CityBus is hiring Bus Operators now.
Are you looking to steer your career in a new direction? Driving for Culver CityBus can be your ticket to a long-lasting career with excellent benefits and paid training. We are looking for customer service and safety-minded Bus Operators to join our growing team. We offer on-the-job paid training, a uniform allowance, and health benefits. Culver City Bus is now even putting money in your pocket with a one-time $2,500 sign-on bonus! (Terms and conditions apply.)
“We are hoping that this added sign-on bonus for new bus operators has a big effect, so we can continue to provide the high level of service that our passengers deserve”, said Culver City Mayor Albert Vera. “We realize that our riders depend on us to keep the community moving, and we need to continue to attract drivers to make that happen,” he said.
Let us connect you with an essential service job. If you enjoy driving, seek real opportunities for career advancement, and are passionate about making a difference in the community, then we invite you to join our team! Start your journey by applying online. For more information visit the Culver CityBus website or call our live customer service operators at 310-253-6500.
Transit Operators are crucial to keeping LA moving. Positions start with a competitive hourly rate of $19.10/hour during training and advance to $24.90 upon completion. Benefits include health insurance, tuition reimbursements, paid training, retirement plan options, and flexible working hours. The award-winning Culver CityBus team provides excellence in service and support.
Culver City is Dedicated to Improving Air Quality through Transit
Culver City has always been a progressive transit city, showing a strong commitment over the years to being a vital transportation resource. Culver CityBus provides significant value and enhances the well-being of the community by improving mobility options and continuing to advance the goals of environmental sustainability. Culver City has played a key role in improving the region’s mobility and air quality by helping to reduce car trips and vehicle miles traveled since 1928.
For more than twenty years, Culver City has relied heavily on alternative fuels to power the City’s fleet and has set a high standard for sustainable fleet operations. In 2004, the Culver CityBus transit fleet transitioned to 100% Compressed Natural Gas, becoming the first in the South Coast Air Quality Management District to do so, and the second in the State of California. Not only has the City’s commitment to alternative fuels achieved actual pollutant reductions within city limits, but its efforts to incorporate advanced fuel technologies into its operations have been a model for transit agencies throughout the United States.
About Culver CityBus
Culver CityBus is committed to delivering safe, reliable transportation. Riders seeking updated information about the service are encouraged to use the free NextCCBus App available on Google Play, on the Apple App website, or on the Culver CityBus website.
Named the California Transit Association’s Small Operator Transit Agency of the Year in 2020, Culver CityBus is the second oldest municipally owned bus line in California. Culver CityBus began operation on March 3, 1928, and over the past 95 years, passengers on Culver CityBus have enjoyed safe, reliable, convenient, and friendly public transportation service.
The Culver CityBus fleet is comprised of 54 compressed natural gas (CNG) and Battery Electric (BEB) buses. Culver CityBus operates seven routes, serving nearly 5 million riders annually with a service area encompassing 33 square miles, which includes the Westside communities of Venice, Westchester, Westwood, West Los Angeles, Palms, Marina Del Rey, Rancho Park, Mar Vista, Century City, Playa Vista, and Culver City.
About Culver City
Culver City is a five-square-mile, urban community of 40,779 residents surrounded mostly by the City of Los Angeles but also shares a border with unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County. It is centrally located on the Westside near Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, and Los Angeles International Airport. Culver City is particularly known for its well-run public school system, “small town” charm, growing high-tech and creative economies, and a dynamic downtown that is regionally known as a destination for restaurants, live theater, and art galleries.
Dia Turner, Community Engagement