Aspiring airport shuttle drivers can review a list of shuttle driver openings at job sites such as Indeed.com. Candidates can apply directly to transportation companies looking for shuttle drivers by visiting sites such as CareerBuilder.com, Careers.Enterprise.com and TheAirportShuttle.com.
Indeed.com allows job seekers to search for jobs by keyword and geographic location. Some job listings link to employer sites, while other listings allow applicants to submit their applications directly from Indeed.com. The Indeed.com search results page allows job seekers to sign up for email alerts with new job listings that meet the search criteria.
Enterprise Holdings seek bus driver candidates who can provide good customer service, clean vehicles and perform preventative vehicle maintenance. Alternatively, Go shuttle service emphasizes fun and schedule flexibility for its drivers. Go shuttle drivers must have top-notch map reading skills and be able to carry passenger luggage.
Basic qualifications to be a shuttle bus driver include a high school diploma or equivalent, being at least 25 years of age, and having a near-spotless driving record. Some transportation companies require applicants to have Class B commercial driver's licenses with passenger and air brake endorsements or have a minimum of one year of commercial driving experience. Prior customer service experience might also be a requirement. For example, Hertz requires two years of customer service experience and strong communication skills.