Applications for bus driver positions* are accepted year-round on an on-going basis. Applicants must be at least 21 years old and possess a Colorado Commercial Driver's License (CDL) or be able to obtain one through our driver training program within two weeks of starting.
This position* is responsible for coordinating and directing Bus Drivers during emergency operations, weather incidents, or accident scene investigations and response. This position reports to and works under the general supervision of the Shift Supervisor. The Road Supervisor is responsible for ensuring that Summit Stage transit services are provided in a safe and effective manner.
The Electronics Technician* is responsible for maintaining all electronic equipment on Summit Stage Buses. This position will ensure all buses are fully operational at all times by troubleshooting and repairing problems with our Mobile View video system, surveillance systems at local transit stations, ZONAR electronic vehicle inspection system, Dilax automated passenger counters and Twin-Vision or Luminator electronic destination signs. Work also includes preventive maintenance on all hardware and keeping all software updated.
Completed forms may be mailed, faxed, scanned and emailed, or brought to our dispatch office. Please include a current motor vehicle record (MVR) obtained at your local driver's license office. Mail applications to P.O. Box 2179, Frisco, CO 80443. You can scan and email to Keller Noble. Fax to 970-668-4165. Summit Stage offices are located at 0222 County Shops Road, Frisco, CO 80443.
*Drug and Alcohol Testing
Successful applicants are required to meet the DOT drug and alcohol testing requirements, pass a pre-employment drug screen; have a clear motor vehicle record (MVR), obtain a drug and alcohol release from previous employers (if applicable) and complete a background check and reference check.
Incumbents will be subject to random drug and alcohol testing requirements. These positions are considered safety sensitive (per DOT regulations), and operate transit motor coaches in accordance with federal regulations on public rights-of-way as a regular function of daily job duties. The illicit use of any scheduled drug (including marijuana) by a commercial driver's license holder is prohibited by federal law.