Stagecoach is hiring bus drivers in Hull – and you…

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Stagecoach is hiring bus drivers in Hull – and you…

Stagecoach is hiring bus drivers in Hull – and you don’t need a CV
2021-09-20 19:46:00
Stagecoach is looking for bus drivers to join its team in Hull on a permanent contract. The travel company is advertising a trainee bus driver role based in the city, which comes with a salary of £22,591 once training has been completed. During the training period and the first six months of employment, the wage stands at £9.00 per hour, but will rise to £11.14 per hour after. For the latest news on traffic and travel in Hull and East Yorkshire, click here. The job guarantees 39 hours of work every week. The only qualifications required are that candidates have held a car licence for at least 12 months, with no more than 6 penalty points on it. However, if the license has been held for less than two years, it must be clean. The application process does not even require a CV and Stagecoach offers a free in-house training facility for those who are successful in getting the job. Employees will not only become a qualified bus driver, but will also gain a recognised national qualification in Passenger Transport. The advert reads: “Fancy being part of the lifeblood of our local community? Bored of the same four walls and want to get out and meet some amazing people across our region? And want to do this with a company which offers you a great salary, fantastic pension, all the training you need (for free!), and a brilliant environment? “You’ll make sure that Sarah gets to her university lectures on time. You’ll say hello to James on his way to hospital to see his new baby boy. You’ll help Vikram get to his first day at his new job. “And you thought being a bus driver was all about driving! “You’ll be so much more than this! You’ll be the face of our business – playing an incredibly important role each and every day safely and comfortably transporting our fantastic customers to work, to the high

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