Career Opportunities at Stagecoach Transportation Services
Thank you for your interest in Stagecoach Transportation Services. Stagecoach is an AA/EO employer. We offer a unique work environment that reflects our organization’s mission, values and high standards of quality service.
Vacancy: Regional Director
Tri-Valley Transit, DBA Stagecoach Transportation Services, is seeking a highly motivated leader to be the Regional Director for its community transportation operations. Based in Randolph, Vermont, Stagecoach services Orange and Northern Windsor Counties. The ideal candidate will be a dynamic self-starter with a passion for mission-based work and community building.
The Regional Director reports to the Executive Director and will supervise multiple department heads. Overall responsibility includes:
• site-based operations
• budget management
• community relations
• facilities management
The Regional Director position requires superior interpersonal and communication skills, the ability to think strategically and a strong attention to detail. Candidates should have at least five (5) years in the field of management and a minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience. Transit experience is a plus but not required.
STSI highly values leaders who can be both team players and work well independently. Excellent benefits including: health insurance, short-term disability, retirement plan, PTO and paid holidays. This is a 40 plus hour/week position with occasional early morning/night/weekend meetings. Position requires 24/7 availability in emergency situations. Salary commensurate with experience.
Selected candidate must pass required background checks and Drug/Alcohol testing. Confidentiality is a must. Please submit resume and cover letter to:
Human Resources Director
via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
No phone calls, please
TVT/STSI is an AA/EO Employer
Volunteer Drivers for Stagecoach
Stagecoach is always looking for volunteer drivers. Our volunteer drivers provide an invaluable service for our community. Many residents need to get to medical appointments or buy food or have access to other critical services but have no transportation of their own and cannot use our buses.
As a volunteer driver for Stagecoach you give your time but receive many benefits in return:
- Reimbursement at the federal mileage rate for all miles driven
- Additional liability insurance coverage over and above your vehicle insurance
- Medical insurance coverage if you are accidentally injured outside of your vehicle
- Access to free driver training courses and potential vehicle insurance discounts
And, most importantly you will feel good about helping those in need. Volunteer drivers play a crucial role in our organization.
Connect with your community by joining the Stagecoach Volunteer Driver team – you’ll find it a rewarding experience!