Disney World is hiring Full Time Bus Drivers

Walt Disney World is now hiring full time and part time bus drivers! Disney describes this role as:

“By water, land or sky, our transportation cast members are there to take our guests wherever they may need to go. In a transportation role, you could work in any of our unique positions such as gondola host/hostess, monorails, watercraft or bus driver to name a few. From our theme parks and resort hotels, to our water parks and one-of-a-kind shopping and dining destinations, you’ll maneuver through multiple routes, greet and interact with our guests and answer any questions they might have while on board.”

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This job offers paid CDL training. Applicants should be detail-oriented, efficient, independent, organized, responsible, and trustworthy if they want to have success in this role.

Here is the job summary:

The Walt Disney World Resort is recruiting Transportation Bus Drivers who are positive, dependable and focused on maintaining the safety of our guests as they travel throughout multiple routes within our parks and resorts. As a part of our passionate team, you would be expected to observe Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations and other state and local traffic laws, and meet Department of Transportation Physical Standards.

A Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) is not necessary to be considered for the Transportation Bus Driver role, but will be required if hired into the role. If selected, you will receive paid training to obtain your CDL and the cost of the CDL will be reimbursed by the company. Candidates must obtain/have a valid Florida Driver’s License to begin the CDL process.

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Starting pay for transportation bus drivers is $17/hourly. Basic qualifications for this role include:

  • At a minimum, qualified Candidates must have at least 5 years of current valid licensed operating experience which must be continuous and last three years must have been in the United States. If license was held in Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands, or any US Territory, a valid US Driver’s License from the continental United States including Hawaii and Alaska must be currently held for 1 year
  • Must be at least 21 years of age due to licensed driving requirements
  • Ability to communicate both verbal and written information to guests and Dispatch Operators
  • Proven record of following state and federal motor vehicle regulations
  • Must meet Department of Transportation Physical Standards and Regulations

If you have been dreaming of working for the Mouse and this job appeals to you, you can find more information and apply here.


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