Following changes to government guidance in England, from 19th July more seats are available on our buses and standing is allowed.
Please continue to wear a face covering throughout your journey, unless you’re exempt.
For the latest travel information for England, Wales and Scotland, see our Coronavirus page.
Are you looking for a career with Stagecoach?
If you'd like a new challenge and enjoy meeting new people, this could be the ideal job for you. Driving a bus is all about getting your customers where they want to be, safely and at the right time. Being a bus driver means you can meet new people every day, providing excellent customer service to our passengers.
We operate from these locations to provide services across East Scotland:
If you'd like to find out more about a career with us, use the link below and search for a bus driver job in your area.Search now
Join our driving team and we can offer you:
It's as simple as applying to one of our open vacancies. We'll put you through all the necessary training to become a bus driver, from obtaining your CPC card and PCV licence, to ticket, vehicle and route training.
To become a bus driver, you must have:
Got all of the above? Then you are one step closer to starting your recruitment journey with Stagecoach.
While experience is great, we can provide the right candidate with all necessary training. All applicants must hold a full car driving licence (held for at least 12 months, with no more than 3 points).
Yes! This is one of the great benefits of working for the company. Once employed you will be eligible for free bus travel for yourself and a companion on all Stagecoach Bus services across the UK.
If driving a bus isn't for you, there may be another role at Stagecoach. We often have other vacancies in the East of Scotland and across the UK so you can search for the role to suit your skills:
Start your new journey with Stagecoach today!
See what opportunities are available now by using our job search or register your details to be sent information about any future roles.