HEART OF GEORGIA ALTAMAHA
WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA
Wayne County School Systems
Jesup, GA, USA
Wayne County School System Would you like to know all of the perks of becoming a bus driver for Wayne County Schools? Here are a few: 1) Great hourly rate 2) Only work around 2 hours in the mornings and 2 hours in the afternoons 3) Benefits – great health, dental, and vision insurance 4) Sick leave 5) Receive a pay check during the summer 6) Only work 180 days per year 7) Home every night and weekend We are in great need of school bus drivers. If you are interested, please call 912-427-1015 ext. 21 or go by the Wayne County Transportation Department located at 655 Durrence Rd.
Wayne County School System Bus Driver Requirements Clear Background - Cost $10 (The school system will schedule the background check, but the candidate pays the fee.) Medical Exam - The physical is paid for by the school system. (There are certain medical conditions that can cause a candidate to not be eligible to obtain certification.) Required Permits - Class B CDL permit with P (passenger) and S (school bus) endorsements You get this by taking and passing 4 written tests (General Knowledge, Air Brakes, School Bus, and Passenger) at the Department of Driver Services office. We provide a form that gets you a discount for these written tests, making the cost only $10. You can pick up a CDL DDS study guide at the Bus Shop, 655 Durrence Rd and/or take practice tests online for free at https://m.cristcdl.com Training - After all of the above are competed, onsite School Bus Driver Training will be provided. You are paid for this training time once you have completed all of the licensing requirements for tranporting students. The onsite training consists of 12 hours classroom time called Entry Level Driver Training, ELDT, 6 hours driving the bus without students, a Class B CDL exam over the School Bus, and 6 hours driving the bus with students.