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Transit Jobs NOW!!! Coast Mountain Bus is HIRING!

Discussion in 'Employment and Students' started by Superchecker, Nov 19, 2011.

  1. Superchecker

    Superchecker Active Member

    Looking for "Office" jobs to get your foot in the door? Coast Mountain Bus is in need of more "Clerical Relief Pool" staff, starting at $20 an hour range.

    SkyTrain/"BCRTC" is in need of a "Rail Operations Clerk" in the $27 an hour range.

    Good Luck!
     
  2. EternalLuck

    EternalLuck New Member

    Just got shortlisted. Scheduled for my English comprehension and customer service test. Any tips?
     
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  3. Driver

    Driver New Member

    ^Everything is about safety and being nice/reasonable over strictly following rules.

    I just passed the driving assessment. What kind of questions do they ask your references? One of my supervisors from just under five years ago didn't even remember me, but they insisted on including him. :/
     
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  4. Driver

    Driver New Member

    Not exactly an active thread but can anyone tell me how long it takes for them to check references...? Going on a week now.
     
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  5. H23

    H23 New Member

    The reference check was one of the longest waits for me mostly because it was hard to get a hold of a certain reference, I want to say it took 3-4 weeks for me, but it should be quicker for you if your references are readily available.
     
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  6. Driver

    Driver New Member

    Thanks. I talked to them all recently but at least two of them are the types that wouldn't exactly hurry to call them back if they got voicemail. And one that they insisted on didn't even remember me, as mentioned. A bit awkward.
     
  7. Superchecker

    Superchecker Active Member

    Hello, the hiring process can take months. I would say 4 to 6 months on average. Occasionally longer or quicker depending on how many trainees they need every 2 weeks.
     
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  8. Superchecker

    Superchecker Active Member

    Hello from London!

    Just noticing two items worth mentioning:

    CMBC has reposted the Conventional Transit Operator Trainee posting once again.

    And, SeaBus is increasing service as of May 19 to every 15 minutes everyday, until 9pm! Joining the Frequent Transit Network.

    www.translink.ca
     
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  9. MunchMunch

    MunchMunch Junior Member

    Before giving References out, you should have called your References and talked to them first and give them a heads up that Translink HR will call them and what to expect.
     
  10. Driver

    Driver New Member

    I did that. That's how I found out one of them didn't remember me. I didn't want to include him but CMB insisted on all supervisors from the last 5 years, and he barely qualified, but we never worked the same shift.
     
  11. Ramanjit Bains

    Ramanjit Bains New Member

    Hi Everyone I'm new here. I had medical on May 1. Haven't received any email or phone. I'm bit worried after medical do they email you even if u r not passed or only email if you pass or what? Please please let me know
     
  12. macrider

    macrider New Member

    Ramanjit

    Welcome!!! I'm new here as well but for me it took 2 weeks if I remember correctly to get a call back!!! Not to worry
     
  13. Kr6505

    Kr6505 Full Member

    Hello!! Congrats!! Not to worry I think mine took 2 weeks as well. At this stage you pretty much got the job. The longest part I had to wait for was waiting for the next class to put me in. I think I waited a month and a half for the next class, waiting is the worst!! This message is for Ramajit!
     
  14. Ramanjit Bains

    Ramanjit Bains New Member

     
  15. Ramanjit Bains

    Ramanjit Bains New Member

    But for me it's been almost 3 weeks idk why that long
     
  16. Kr6505

    Kr6505 Full Member

    I guarantee you will hear something this week for sure. The whole process took me seven months. Unless your medical went really bad, the physical part, I don't see any reason why you won't proceed. Don't worry!! YOU GOT THIS!!!!!
     
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  17. Superchecker

    Superchecker Active Member

    Hello from Scotland! Just noticing a new posting this week for more Information clerks. 8 part timers. $22.25 hr to start plus 21% extra $$$ in lieu of benefits.
     
  18. Superchecker

    Superchecker Active Member

    Hello All; I'm back from vacation!

    Just noticing that they have re-posted the Community Shuttle posting.

    And: FYI: There is a detailed list (And Survey) of major proposed service changes in the Richmond-South Delta region on the main TransLink website. www.translink.ca/ Feel free to offer your opinion if any of the changes affect you.
     
  19. Ramanjit Bains

    Ramanjit Bains New Member

     
  20. Ramanjit Bains

    Ramanjit Bains New Member

    Hi I received call today that i passed my medical Training will be starting in June. I have question ryt now i'm on maternity leave my baby's only for 2 months. After training are they gonna allow me to stay on leave or i have to go to work??? Coz i applied for my job last year in May when i was not even pregnant. Somehow it took me to this point where's it's so hard to decide whether to leave my baby or job?
     

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