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19 days ago

Part-Time School Bus Driver

First Student Newark, DE +2 locations

Read the requirements below and APPLY NOW for immediate consideration.We will contact you over the phone - so please watch out for our call! CDL… CareerBuilder


26 days ago

School Bus Driver

First Student Darby, PA +3 locations

And because we're a huge company with 120,000 staff and over 2.5 billion customers worldwide, you'll also enjoy real security, a brilliant future… CareerBuilder


19 days ago

Driver - School Bus Driver

First Student Lawnside, NJ +2 locations

Read the requirements below and APPLY NOW for immediate consideration. We will contact you over the phone - so please watch out for our call! CDL… CareerBuilder


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    Great place to get your feet wet. No upward growth potential.

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    Current Employee - Data Analyst in Cincinnati, OH
    Current Employee - Data Analyst in Cincinnati, OH

    I have been working at First Student full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    First Student pays very well at first, but don't expect yearly raises. There are many very talented and ambitious people working for First Student. First Student has a rather relaxed environment at it's HQ offices in Cincinnati.

    Cons

    People in the field tend to be miss managed and under qualified. There is no room for upward growth unless you run in the right circles. Pay raises or cost of living adjustments are not based on quality of work or years of service. Upper management tends to undervalue its mid level employees.

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    Invest in your people! You have many young and very talented professionals in your company that are being wasted on menial tasks. Provide real leadership and management training to your mid level staff. You suffer from what can be described as Brain Drain. Young people come here to work, get the needed experience and then leave because they are undervalued and feel unappreciated.

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