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City of Winnipeg

Winnipeg Transit

How to Apply for Bus Operator

Applicants are screened based on the required qualifications of the Bus Operator position. Your application must clearly show that you meet all of the minimum qualifications to proceed in the process.

During one of our Transit Operator Recruitment campaigns, you may apply as follows:

  1. Review the job posting for specific job qualifications
  2. Follow the instructions to apply

Required Documentation

Applications must include:

  • Current detailed resume with an e-mail address
  • Legible photocopy of a valid driver’s licence
  • Original Driver’s Abstract
  • Original Driver’s Safety Rating

Applications received without required documentation will not be processed.

Applying Online

Step 1: Complete and submit the online application form.

Click the following link to be redirected to the City of Winnipeg Online Application Form . Using Internet Explorer browser will enable you to properly view and submit the form.

Step 2: Submit the required documentation listed above.

Required documentation can be submitted by mail or in person to:

Operations Assistant
Winnipeg Transit System
421 Osborne Street
Winnipeg, MB
R3L 2A2
Front FRG
421 Osborne Street

Applying in Person

You may apply in person at the reception desk of our main office building located at 421 Osborne Street. Have all required documentation as noted above with you and be prepared to complete an application form that will be provided to you.

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The City of Winnipeg is committed to the principles of employment equity and a diverse workforce that is representative of the people we serve. Aboriginal persons, women, visible minorities, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to self-declare.