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Part Time SkyTrain Attendants needed now!

Discussion in 'Employment and Students' started by Superchecker, Jul 13, 2012.

  1. Superchecker

    Superchecker Active Member

    SkyTrain/BC Rapid Transit has 4 Opportunities posted on their website as of this morning, including for Part Time SkyTrain Attendants!!!

    www.translink.ca and then find their CAREERS page, and THEN scroll down to SkyTrain/BC Rapid Transit...

    Good Luck!

    PS: There is also a link on that Careers page to TRANSIT POLICE, and they are actively recruiting new Officers as well...
  2. Superchecker

    Superchecker Active Member

    OK... the posting went up July 11, and is already down??? That is super fast??? Usually posted for at least 5 business days??? Not sure what's up with that...
  3. Superchecker

    Superchecker Active Member

    ACT FAST if Interested! The posting is BACK UP, BUT just for July 18, 19 & 20!
  4. Superchecker

    Superchecker Active Member

    SkyTrain/BCRTC is once again accepting applications for PART TIME SKYTRAIN ATTENDANTS, 20 HOURS PER WEEK, $29.57 AN HOUR!

  5. Superchecker

    Superchecker Active Member

    SkyTrain (BCRTC) has a brand new posting up for CUSTOMER SERVICE ATTENDANTS- FULL TIME- CASUAL(?), $23 an hour!

    www.translink.ca and then their Careers Page, and then BCRTC!
  6. Superchecker

    Superchecker Active Member

    They have re-posted this opportunity, and now the posting states approx 9 months in length....
  7. Brackzirra

    Brackzirra New Member

    Thanks for the updates Superchecker.

    I have a question that I'm not sure if you can answer, or have any experience in. I followed your instruction and tried to apply for the customer service attendant position. However, when it came to the time to attach my cover letter & resume, the process appears to time out or just stays loading. I have left it loading for hours at a time with no luck. If you have any insight or advice, that would be great. Thanks!
  8. Superchecker

    Superchecker Active Member

    No experienced with that....

    You might have to call their HR department???
  9. Superchecker

    Superchecker Active Member

    BCRTC- SkyTrain is Hiring NOW! They need both regular status & temporary status SKYTRAIN ATTENDANTS NOW!

    Find a link to BCRTC on the Careers page over at www.translink.ca

    Also: Try www.protransbc.com for Canada Line jobs NOW too!!!
  10. Superchecker

    Superchecker Active Member


    APPLY NOW!!! www.translink.ca and then their Careers Page, and then BCRTC!
  11. I have a mechanical reasoning & customer service test tomorrow. Any ideas on what to expect? Thanks
  12. Superchecker

    Superchecker Active Member

    SkyTrain-BCRTC is in need of 3 MORE SKYTRAIN ATTENDANTS, Full Time, Regular Status!!!

    Act FAST if interested!

    Find a link to BCRTC on the Careers page over at www.translink.ca
  13. Hi, what has been your process so far after you applied? How long did they take to reply back to you. Did they do a phone interview, group interview, etc??

  14. Superchecker

    Superchecker Active Member



    They make what Bus drivers make:$30 an hour plus benefits!

    www.translink.ca/ and then careers, and then BCRTC....
  15. Mark B

    Mark B Guest

    The qualifications say they prefer people with "standard level" St. John's ambulance first aid training. I wonder if there is any point in applying if you don't have that? Would they be willing to hire someone with the other qualifications who is willing to get the first aid training?

    The St. John's ambulance website has a lot of different "standard" courses--anyone know which one BCRTC requires?

  16. Superchecker

    Superchecker Active Member

    I read the qualifications as the would prefer applicants to have "Standard" First Aid training or better....
    It would definitely help your resume if you had any First Aid training...

    APPLY! See what happens! You never know how many applicants they'll get....

    You won't get the job if you don't at least apply...

    Occasionally this same opportunity pops up over at Canada Line, which is a separate company: www.protransbc.com
  17. Allen Yang

    Allen Yang Guest

    Any more opportunity?
  18. Superchecker

    Superchecker Active Member

    Keep an eye on that website... www.translink.ca/ and then Careers... Opportunities come and go... Many only get posted for like 5 business days....

    There are currently over 30 opportunities up at TransLink...
    -about 12 MORE at Coast Mountain Bus Company.. Get your foot in the door as a DEPOT COORDINATOR...
    -about 7 or 8 MORE at BCRTC-SkyTrain...

    Canada Line hires separately over at www.protransbc.com and they currently have an INTERNAL posting up for SkyTrain Attendants... Keep an eye on that to see if it goes external mid week??

    If they ever work out all the bugs in the Compass Fare system, they'll need FareGate Attendants for like 6 months...

    Another great website is www.civicinfo.bc.ca/16.asp
  19. Superchecker

    Superchecker Active Member

  20. smartgirl

    smartgirl New Member

    HI Superchecker. I passed the test and I had an interview for skytrain attendant position this week. They let me know that I did not make it. I am not sure how to get this job. I have good experiences and skills. The interview went pretty good. I am not sure what to do. I really want this job. Do I need to know somebody at Translink? Does it help?Is it good to apply again? Thanks a lot.
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