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BCPS to Hold Job Fair for School Bus Drivers

July 24, 2019

Broward County Public Schools (BCPS) Students Transportation and Fleet Services

BCPS Student Transportation and Fleet Services is holding a job fair for individuals interested in becoming school bus drivers. District staff will be available at the event to assist with the completion of the online application, conduct on-the-spot interviews and explain the training and hiring processes.

Saturday, July 27, 2019

7 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Central Transportation Terminal

3895 NW 10th Avenue
Oakland Park, FL 33309

BCPS is looking to fill immediate openings for bus drivers in time for the opening of the new school year. School bus drivers enjoy flexible hours, on-the-job training for a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL), a starting salary of $15.10 an hour and guaranteed 37.5 hours per work week, benefits valued at more than $7,500, free medical and a etirement plan. While no experience is necessary, the minimum requirements for the school bus drivers include, five years licensed driving experience, excellent driving record, good health (must pass Department of Transportation medical exam), able to obtain a CDL, pass school bus driver class (training and testing provided), and pass drug and alcohol test. For more information about the job fair, visit or call 754-321-4400. 



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