Bus to Show, Inc. (bustoshow.org) is a gritty and determined nonprofit corporation that is more than happy to get its hands dirty working toward its mission of reducing the impaired driving and carbon emissions that result from events. For the last 10 years, we have offered, promoted, coordinated and provided financially-accessible, community-integrated, event-based bus service that is so much fun, that many of our 40,000 annual riders forget that they are actually being responsible citizens at the same time.
During any given month, our fleet consists of between 10 and 30 hearty, durable, full-size school buses equipped with 12” powered speakers on the inside and funky murals on the outside, which are painted by local artists as part of RiNo District’s Crush Walls Street Art Festival each year. Our team consists of at least that many amazing quasi-celebrity drivers with CDL BP2 Driver Licenses, spotless background checks, Driving Records, and drug screens. We maintain an event calendar at bustoshow.org where show-goers can reserve their spots on the round trip buses from various locations in Denver, Boulder, and Fort Collins, to various destinations, like Red Rocks, Red Rocks, and of course, Red Rocks.
This is a steadily growing company that is firmly established as an extremely well-loved part of Colorado’s live music and events-driven culture.
Reporting to the Director of Operations, Bus to Show Bus Drivers are responsible for ensuring that all assigned bus runs are safe, fun, and on time. Drivers must be patient, personable, responsible, and must use excellent judgement at all times. Drivers must be highly independent and able to complete all responsibilities with minimal oversight.
All applicants must have a current CDL B P2 S, a DOT Medical Card, pass a Motor Vehicle Record check, a Fingerprint-based criminal history check, and a pre-employment drug screen (including THC), drivers are entered into a random drug screening consortium and could be tested at any time. Bus to Show operates under the authority of the DOT and PUC and all drivers must comply with all state and federal commercial passenger carrier regulations.
Drivers will report for duty with plenty of time to prepare their vehicle and perform pre-trip inspection, add fluids including fuel as needed, and assist with minor maintenance like replacing bulbs when required.
Drivers must have and be able to use a smart phone GPS navigation system to locate pick-up and drop-off locations. Drivers will be required to perform check-in using a smart phone app that will be installed on their phones during training. Drivers will need to check email regularly and learn to view, comment, and edit Google Sheets for scheduling and payroll.
Successful applicants will be have the ability to act independently, while still functioning as part of a team. Drivers will communicate with one another and with their Manager on Duty to ensure that all runs are completed successfully. Drivers will perform pick-up after runs and ensure that Lost and Found items are put away and categorized in the Lost and Found Log.
Some mechanical skills are a plus
Good sense of direction
Ability to take a leadership role
Personable, Patient and Fun.
If needed, you can email your resumé and cover letter as attachments to firstname.lastname@example.org