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Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA) provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability or veteran status. These are classified as "protected categories." This policy applies to all personnel actions, including but not limited to promotion, demotion, transfer, recruitment, layoff or other discharge, recall, rates of pay, benefits, and selection for training. Further, PSTA expressly prohibits any form of unlawful harassment based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability and veteran status.
PSTA is fully committed to comply with all applicable federal laws for establishing and implementing an affirmative action program to provide equal employment opportunities for all employees and applicants for employment. PSTA has developed an affirmative action program, setting goals with timetables to provide minorities and women equal opportunities in its workforce. All directors, managers and supervisors are responsible for implementing and supporting this program.
If it is determined that a violation of this policy has occurred, PSTA will take immediate action to remedy the situation. Any employee who is found to have violated this policy will be subject to disciplinary action up to and including dismissal from employment.
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PSTA is now accepting applications for it's next Bus Operator class which will begin on July 20th!
Are you a “people person” with experience in customer service? If you’re looking to move into a solid career, let us train you to become a world-class Bus Driver!
Bus Drivers earn $15.00/hour after training, and progress to $25.03/hour within 5 years.
Stay cool in the Florida heat with air-conditioned buses. Enjoy an attractive benefit package that includes paid vacation and sick time, health insurance, Florida pension, college tuition assistance, and more.
Is a Commercial Driver License Required to Apply?
A Commercial Driver License (CDL) is not necessary to be considered for the Bus Driver role, although candidates must possess a valid Florida driver license, and be able to pass a written CDL permit test at the DMV. New hires will receive paid CDL training and the cost of the CDL will be covered by PSTA.
Perform janitorial duties for PSTA's facilities, and assist Facilities Maintenance Workers as needed.
The Project Management Internship is designed to provide introduction to various aspects of project development in the public transportation industry. The position will perform pre-entry level professional work including supporting design and construction activities for bus capital projects including Pinellas County’s first Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project.
This internship will last approximately 50 weeks and pay $12.50 per hour, for up to a maximum of 29 hours per week. This internship is part-time and temporary (commitment to work up to 20 hours per week during the school year) for up to 12 months. Schedules are flexible to accommodate full-time course load. Additional hours per week may be available during the summer months. This internship is part-time temporary, and not eligible for benefits.
To assist the Director of Finance with establishing and maintaining a professional budgeting system to ensure compliance with appropriate state statutes for control of the PSTA budget, and with other statutory provisions for the timely preparation and execution of the legally adopted budget. Professional budget work involves the development, preparation, implementation, and detailed analysis of the Authority budget as well as performing financial data analysis.
Under general supervision of the Sr. Manager of IT, analyze, design, install, configure, maintain and repair the network infrastructure and application components. Perform a wide variety of evaluation, maintenance, installation and training tasks to ensure the computer network performance meets company and user satisfaction. Provide direction, information, and recommendations regarding network configurations and installations. The Network Engineer will be responsible for monitoring the network firewall, assessing the functionality of the network routers, ensuring all Internet security software is updated regularly, and maintaining the company phone system. Maintain accurate documentation and drawings, for all network infrastructures. Activities include working with other departments and outside agencies to meet the goals and objectives of the Authority.
The Construction Coordinator assists with all project-related items consistent with construction and timely completion of transit systems. Typical duties include: performing field inspections; ensuring projects are in compliance with construction drawings, installation, specifications, and final completion of installation; monitoring contractor performance; assisting with resolving contractor issues; and preparing and maintaining accurate project records.
Our Service Attendants perform important work to make sure PSTA's buses are ready to start service every day, including cleaning and performing basic service maintenance on our vehicles.