VIA is an Equal Opportunity Employer
At VIA, people are our most important asset. Each employee is an integral part of our dynamic team. VIA prides itself in hiring employees based upon their qualifications and maintaining an outreach program designed to extend opportunities to qualified minority, disabled, and female applicants.
How to Apply
To apply for employment at VIA, please view our current openings page, select the position in which you are interested in and follow the application instructions.
Applications are carefully evaluated. Best-qualified candidates are selected for further consideration. Candidates who are selected to interview for a position are contacted by mail, email, or phone.
Applications are considered current for six months. During that time, applicants may provide additional information that they consider pertinent to the application. Should the applicant develop an interest in a different position, a new application must be submitted.
Recruiting and Outreach
The Employment and Testing Department conducts broad-based recruiting and outreach efforts to strengthen VIA’s commitment to hiring and retaining a quality work force of diverse talents and backgrounds that is reflective of the relevant, available workforce in the community.
Persons with Disabilities
Persons with disabilities who apply for employment with VIA will receive assistance during the application process if needed. Should VIA be unable to immediately accommodate a particular need, suitable arrangements can be made. If an accommodation is required, please make advance arrangements by calling (210) 362-2240.
VIA Offers a Range of Flexible Benefits
Become a VIA Bus Operator
VIA is looking for professional, customer service-oriented individuals to fill bus operator positions.
If you have a positive attitude and are looking for a career with an innovative company, consider being a VIA bus operator. VIA offers great opportunities and training for qualified applicants.
Candidates must be at least 21 years old, have a good driving record, a valid Texas Driver’s License, and the ability to qualify for a Class B Commercial Driver’s License after completing a comprehensive paid training program. A high school education or GED is preferred.