Learn more about being a bus mechanic

Mechanics at MCTS literally keep the wheels turning and are an integral part of the transit system. Are you an experience diesel mechanic? A team player? Love getting your hands dirty? Join our team!

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When you become a Mechanic for MCTS, not only will you be joining a great team, you’ll also receive incredible benefits, earn great pay, and start on a promising career path. Mechanics are a crucial part to keeping our wheels turning, maintaining that our buses are safe, reliable, and working properly so that our community can get to the places they need to go.  

Our Class “A” bus mechanics diagnose, repair and service all transit vehicles and perform preventative maintenance within the respective time standards. We look for extensive diesel mechanic experience, excellent safety and attendance history, as well as good judgement and decision-making skills. An ASE certification is a plus, but not required. 

Mechanical entry level positions include: cleaner/tankers, inside washers and garage clerks but no matter where you start in the organization, you have the opportunity to move your career forward. 

On the MCTS Maintenance Career Path, you are in charge of how far you go and you’ll have the support of your supervisors along the way. Our benefits package provides you with paid training opportunities and tuition assistance, so if you have the drive, you can continue to take your career to new places in the organization.  See the Maintenance Career Path and see just how far you can go with a career at MCTS.

Earn a $5,000 sign on bonus!

A mechanics earn a $5,000 sign on bonus within the first year of service.

Maintenance Career Path

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