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Snoqualmie Valley Transportation seeks new drivers

  • Wednesday, April 28, 2021 8:16am
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Snoqualmie Valley Transportation is looking for three bus drivers to help provide transportation services.

Applicants only need a valid driver’s license, a clean driving record for the last five years, have no arrests on their record, and pass a drug test. No special license is required. Drivers are encouraged to apply immediately, as the unexpected losses of drivers could result in service cancellations.

“We don’t want to cancel any service as the riders count on us to get them everywhere they need to go,” said Executive Director Amy Biggs in a press release. For the moment, dispatchers are driving routes along with some retired drivers.

Paid training is provided and the starting rate is $16.26 an hour. The training process takes several weeks. All shifts are Monday through Friday at more than 30 hours a week. After 90 days, drivers qualify for medical and dental benefits.

Applicants can complete a form at and drop it off at Snoqualmie Valley Transportation’s office at 1308 Boalch Ave NW, North Bend, or send it by email to It can also be mailed to Snoqualmie Valley Transportation, P.O. Box 805, North Bend, WA 98045.

Snoqualmie Valley Transportation is the primary bus system serving the Snoqualmie Valley. It is funded by King County Metro, Snoqualmie Tribe, WSDOT and donations. It provides a variety of local-only bus services from North Bend to Monroe.

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