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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.


Bus Driver: Bradford Area & Randolph Area

Enjoy a fast-paced, fun environment? Like working with people? Come work for Stagecoach!

The public transportation provider for Orange and Northern Windsor Counties is growing and seeks CDL Class B with passenger endorsement bus drivers for the Randolph area, both full and part-time. Potential to train the right candidate for CDL. Candidates must have clean driving record, pass required background checks as well as Drug & Alcohol testing and may be required to work early mornings or evening shifts which include some weekends. Sense of humor a plus. Confidentiality a must. Salary starts at $15.00/hour. Benefits include health insurance, short-term disability, paid time off and retirement contributions.

Please note: While this position is based in Randolph, Vermont, please submit resume, references and proof of CDL endorsement including up to date medical card to:

Direct resumes and questions to:
Human Resources Manager
Addison County Transit Resources
297 Creek Road
Middlebury, Vermont 05753
Or via email to:

No phone calls please.

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.

Driver benefits

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.

Interested in becoming a volunteer driver? Download our Volunteer Application Packet and call 802-728-3773 or email us to get started.

Connect with your community by joining the Stagecoach Volunteer Driver team – you’ll find it a rewarding experience!


Bookeeper- Full Time

Addison County’s public transportation provider is seeking a full-time experienced Bookkeeper to handle bank reconciliations, record deposits, handle payroll as well as other Accounting functions. Must understand and have experience in accrual accounting. Good computer and customer service skills required as well as the ability to multi-task. Knowledge of regulatory requirements for not-for-profit entity and tax exempt status preferred. College degree or a combination of experience and education is preferred. Position will be Monday through Friday from 7:30 am to 3:30 pm. Some travel may be required. Excellent benefits including: health insurance, long-term disability, retirement plan, vision plan, vacation, sick and paid holidays.

Selected candidate must pass required background checks and Drug/Alcohol testing. Confidentiality is a must. Please submit resume and cover letter to:

Human Resources Manager
Addison County Transit Resources
297 Creek Road
Middlebury, Vermont 05753
Or via email to:

No phone calls, please
ACTR is an AA/EO Employer



Program Manager Wanted

Principle Duties:
Manage the VPTA office, review invoices, distribute weekly payments, answer client questions or complaints and/or direct their responses to member agencies, and provide required reports to state agencies.

Position hires, trains and manages the Administrative Assistant.

Establish and maintain honest, prompt and professional relationships with state agencies, particularly the Vermont Department of Health Access (DVHA). Provide required reports to them on a timely basis. Comply with all their requirements, policies, contracts, etc.

Work with member agencies on acquiring their data on a timely and properly formatted basis to send to DVHA, plus manage project finances, oversee the accounting and processing of payments, audits, tax reporting monthly and annual financial reports. Education – four year college degree.

Must have computer skills and the ability to work for a Board of Directors, manage a small call center and have excellent communication skills.

Salary commensurate with skills, and benefit package.

Submit resumes to:
VPTA Search Committee
2091 Main St.
Colchester, Vermont 05446