Female Driver Recruitment Open Day
Closing date: 18 May 2024
Dublin Bus is delighted to announce the continuation of our Female Recruitment Open Days to encourage more women to apply for bus driver positions in Dublin Bus. The open days are aimed towards women as they are underrepresented in Dublin Bus, specifically in the driver grade.
The open days will take place on:
- Saturday 2 March 2024
- Saturday 23 March 2024
- Saturday 13 April 2024
- Saturday 18 May 2024
What to expect on the day
On the day you will meet some of our current female drivers and inspectors who will share with you their experiences of working with Dublin Bus. You will get the opportunity to drive a bus with one of our professional driving instructors. We will give you a tour of our Central Control centre, we will take you through the recruitment process for bus drivers and discuss the various benefits of working for Dublin Bus.
How do I apply to attend an open day?
To attend an open day all you need to do is click this online Microsoft form, here you can fill out some details and select the date that you would like to attend.
You will then receive a response which is confirmation that we have received your details. We will then reach out to you with a date, time slot, and directions to the location. You must hold a valid category B (car) licence for a minimum of two years to attend an open day.
If you are experiencing any issues submitting the online form to register your interest, please email us at [email protected]
Salary: €839.76 per week increasing to €972.31 (six-year pay scale, 5-day week inclusive of shift and Sunday premium). New drivers will operate scheduled services covering a 5-day week with rotating shifts (including night service).
Initial training and mentoring is provided as well as on-going training and development (including periodic CPC).
On appointment (following a probationary period of 12 months), we will offer you a wide range of benefits including either a company pension scheme or a PRSA pension scheme, a subsidised medical scheme, free bus travel and concessionary rail travel.