Driver, Verona, School Bus

Verona, WI
Part Time
Badger Bus Lines
Entry Level

Earn while you learn!

 Now ANYONE can become a Bus Driver and make a difference in our Community.

Badger Bus pays for your Commercial Drivers License and all of your training for new drivers - PLUS a $5,000 Sign-On Bonus for new and CDL-qualified drivers.

This position is truly rewarding, easy to learn and a fun way to make great money while supporting the kiddos in our community.  We are seeking motivated and enthusiastic individuals looking to succeed in a place where you can advance and grow both professionally and personally.  If you enjoy being a difference-maker in a child's life, then we are looking for you. 

A Part-Time School Bus Driver with Badger Bus Can Expect:

  • Flexibility - with 25-35 hours per week - or more
  • Wages - starting pay at $20.50/hour
  • 2 to 4 routes daily weekdays (about 4 hours +/-) each day during school sessions.
  • Optional additional work opportunities and earning compensation:
    • Charters
    •  Fields Trips
    • After-school activities
    • Mid-day routes
  • Annual Retention/Performance/Safety Bonus
  • Work from our conveniently located base in Verona


  • Home every night!
  • Weekday working hours (shifts) typically correlate specifically to the start and end of school days, often between the hours of 6:30a to 8:30a, and then again between 2:30p to 4:30p
  • Split Shifts will apply (routes in the morning and in the afternoon)
  • Additional driving work may be offered during the day, between routes
  • Some opportunity for evenings and weekends work may be available for extra earnings

Qualifications and Skills:

  • A valid Class A or B Commercial Driver's License (CDL), preferably with P & S endorsements
    • Badger Bus can assist with needed training and endorsements
  • An acceptable Driving Record
  • Acceptable Pre-Employment Drug Screen Results
  • Acceptable Criminal Background Check Results
  • Pre-hire registration with the FMCSA Drug & Alcohol Clearinghouse
  • 21-years old
  • 3 years of vehicle driving experience

Benefits and Perks:

  • We offer continued paid training.  Advancement within the company is both available and commonplace.  
  • Referral and Retention Bonuses.
  • Badger Bus is a local, family run business that has been in Madison for 100 years.  We offer a family-oriented and employee-first culture where every single team member has a critical voice in the decision-making process.



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