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No matter your previous roles and experience, if you have a driving licence (minimum 12 months), then becoming a bus driver could be for you, just bring your enthusiasm along for a new career. From Lincoln to Hull, Worksop to Mansfield and Grimsby we are on the hunt for new bus drivers.
Not only will you be part of your local community, but no two days are the same. As the face of Stagecoach you’ll get to know our customers and help people get to where they need to be.
Whether you're new to bus driving or an experienced bus driver, you can be part of a family and be at the heart of your local community.
From theoretical to practical training (all funded by us), all new driving staff are supported at every stage. So whether it’s training for those who have never driven a bus before, or support on handling customer queries, to our mentoring support for when you are out on the road learning local routes and ticketing, we make sure you have the confidence to get on the road. Our training is thorough and designed to ensure you feel comfortable in the role, plus helping you pave the way for a strong career with in demand skills.
“I like the driving, I like the customers, plus the hours suit me with my daughter. There’s a good pension scheme and I’m also doing an apprenticeship with them for Maths and English. I really enjoy working for Stagecoach. Everyone is so nice and that makes me feel part of the team.”
Clare Morley, Driver at Grimsby Depot
With roles from cleaning staff and Fueller/Shunters to fitters and mechanic, plus more, we give you the training and experience you need to progress your career. Or if you're already fully qualified then why not have a look at what jobs we have to offer.