Employment Opportunities

Fisher Bus Service is Hiring School bus Drivers for Hamburg Central School District and Orchard Park Central Schools.

10 Great Reasons to Become a School Bus Driver:
If any or all of these apply to you, you should apply to us!

#10 You want a job with rewarding benefits.

Fisher Bus shows appreciation to their bus drivers by offering a clothing allowance and bonuses pertaining to safety and attendance.

#9 You don't have time to get a four-year degree.

Starting a school bus career doesn't require spending four years in college. Every driver must go through a training program and receive their CDL before employment. people skills

#8 You don't have money to spend on training.

Fisher Bus will provide their drivers' an official training program to ensure top-quality employees.

#7 You want to get paid well.

A career in the school bus driving industry can lead to making just under $10,000 per year (working only 20 hours a week during school). There are also several opportunities to pick up extra hours if you choose.

#6 You remain calm under pressure.

The situations you will face as a bus driver like: severe weather conditions, spirited children, and overwhelming road construction can happen at any time on the road. However, if you have a patient demeanor and are able to keep a clear head when unexpected issues come your way, problems like these can actually be fun challenges for you.

#5 You are looking for a flexible work schedule.

A typical bus driver usually works early in the morning then later in the afternoon with a long break in between. There is also the option of driving kids on field trips or other school activities for extra hours. If the idea of the ordinary 9 to 5 job puts a bad taste in your mouth, a bus driving career could be the ideal solution. Most drivers have weekends and summers off as the work schedule follows the Hamburg School calendar. This will allow you to be home with your kids when they are not at school.

#4 You like to drive.

Controlling a large vehicle can be exciting for some, and daunting for others. If driving is fun for you, the life as a school bus driver can be both challenging and rewarding.

#3 You have great people skills.

A career as a bus driver means being surrounded by a variety of people every day. This can include teachers, parents, school officials and of course, kids! The ability to communicate and deal with an assortment of personalities is a valuable trait that every successful bus driver has to have.

#2 You enjoy working with kids.

If you love kids, a career as a bus driver could be a very rewarding job. You don't just need the driving skills to get them from home to school, but the desire to make them feel as comfortable as possible while in route.

#1 You care about children's safety.

Fortunately, the number of school bus accidents per year is very small. This is because of the amount of vigilance drivers give to make the safety of their passengers their top priority. Quality drivers maintain on-board conduct, see that the kids make it to their homes and enforce safe loading and unloading procedures on a daily basis.



Do you have what it takes?

Customer Service Oriented

Detailed Focused

Self-Driven

Positive Attitude

Fantastic Driving Record

Team Player

Fisher Bus Service is looking for responsible individuals that would enjoy driving a school bus, working with children, free training for your CDL license, and would appreciate a $500 sign on bonus!

Already have a CDL license with your P and S endorsement? Great, you qualify for a $1,000 sign-on bonus!

Fisher Bus Service is a family owned and operated company that has been serving the Western New York Community for over 68 years!

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