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Durham School Services needs more bus drivers

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With the first day of school right around the corner, crews at Durham School Services said they are looking to hire 20 more employees. With the first day of school right around the corner, crews at Durham School Services said they are looking to hire 20 more employees.
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SPOKANE, Wash. -

With the first day of school right around the corner, crews at Durham School Services said they are looking to hire 20 more employees. Manager John Pike said they are always hiring, but the company wants to bring on more people to help with field trips, extra routes and when employees call in sick.

To qualify, you need to be at least 21 years old and have had a drivers license for at least five years. You need to take 30 hours worth of classes then spend between 20 to 30 hours on the road with a bus. Also, you need to pass a drivers test.

"You have to be trained and we pay for all the training. We pay for your physicals your tests endorsements, your background check," said Pike. "You have to pass a background check."

For more information, click here: http://www.durhamschoolservices.com/

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