The Monmouth-Roseville school district is in need of bus drivers.
The school district is offering an “Initial Bus Driver Training Course” at a $10 fee for those interested in becoming a bus driver for the local Monmouth-Roseville schools. Keeping and maintaining a bus driving permit is now easier than ever with a new amendment that allows for bus drivers to take their annual refresher course requirement up to two months before the expiration date of their license.
To earn a bus driving license, applicants must be approved through a pre-employment interview, followed by a fingerprinting and medical screening. The applicant will then meet with the Regional Superintendent to receive initial training required by the Illinois State Board of Education.
To obtain a school bus driving permit, applicants must present 3 forms of identification, pay the appropriate fees, and provide a three-year driving history if they are a resident of Illinois.
Applicants must be 21 years of age, successfully complete a favorable physical within 90 days of application, and must pass an Illinois criminal background check.
With steady pay and a flexible schedule, bus drivers are in high demand in Warren county and much of the state of Illinois.
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