Greyhound hiring 400 new drivers

If you are a licensed driver, Greyhound wants you. The largest provider of intercity bus transportation has put out a call to fill more than 400 motorcoach operator positions throughout North America. Drivers must be at least 22 years old, have a valid driver’s license, a minimum of three years of driving experience – commercial or private – good character skills and an excellent driving record. Greyhound will provide paid training and benefits. People can apply online at

“At Greyhound, our employees take pride in transporting passengers safely throughout North America,” says Victor Charles, manager of Greyhound training and development. “Their commitment to safe operation is respected throughout the industry.”

15 Responses to “Greyhound hiring 400 new drivers”

  1. James Peterson

    I submitted my application last Thursday 4/19/12. Waiting to hear back. I think this is the job career for me. I have an excellent driving record. Only one speeding ticket in my life and that was in 1996. Haven’t had one since. No accidents that were my fault. I really want to do this.

  2. Alan Ingram

    Alan Ingram
    June 29,2012-11:45

    I would like to apply for the driving position with Greyhound. I believe this would
    be the chance for me to do so after driving for more than 33 years I am willing to
    learn through training and to relocate if necessary

  3. Che Walker

    Che’ Walker
    july 13 2012 11;30am

    Hello to whom it may concern I would like to apply for your driving position with Greyhound Bus services. I feel it would be a terrific opportunity for me to expand on my driving experiences as well as learn more. I have a clean driving record and would love to relocate if necessary. please feel free to contact me at either 347-392-6638 or 914-751-3293

  4. To whom dis may concern: I would really enjoy this job. I feel I have a lot to help the corporation to exceed. I have been on a few greyhound transportations in my life and was pleased by the outcome. The drivers was always friendly and made me feel safe. I feel as if I would love the chance of being a part of ur transportation team. Yes I am an licenses driver and I take pride in dat. My goal is to make greyhound the safest and happiest traveling corporation available.

    Sincerely: Donnell Mclean

  5. Ryan Mckoy

    To whom this may concern,ive worked in the tourist industry prior being relocated in the United States,I’m a people person in all aspects of it.
    I have no moving ticket violation,nor do i have a criminal/drug/alcohol abuse record,i do not have a CDL,but i do have the capacity to facilitate training at any given time.
    I am a committed young man and a man of my word,I’m quite sure that i would enjoy my job to the fullest and make greyhound a comfortable and joyous way to commute safely.




  7. Jeffery Knott

    Hi my name is Jeffery Knott, I am interested in becoming a driver for Greyhound, I currently drive a fuel tractor and have all the endorsements that the state offers. I also have an enhanced license that acts as a passport, so please contact me so that I can receive more information. You can contact me

  8. Gary green

    My name is Gary green I am a well experience bus driver for over 3 years now i work at a very well known bus company in Jamaica known as Jamaica urban transit company JUTC as a single operators bus driver. I would love to work within your organization I enjoy meeting new people an I love driving too…please contact me by my email…

  9. Brian P. Canada

    Hello my name is Brian Canada.I’m interested in becoming a bus driver for Greyhound Express. I have 4 years experience in driving buses, i have current CDL License with all the Endorsments including air brakes. I appreciate whoever taking the time to read my request. Thank You Brian P. CANADA