• Full or Part Time
  • Craig, CO
  • Applications have closed

Looking for a part time job with a flexible schedule?! We are hosting OPEN INTERVIEWS on Wednesday, July 10th! We are looking for a reliable driver to join our team. Qualified applicants can receive offers on the spot!

This opportunity is great for retirees, college students, or anyone who wants the flexibility of earning money while having downtime between trips. You’ll get the opportunity to work in a unique industry, meet new people, and travel to new places! 

Perks of Working for PTI:

  • Company provided vehicles and fuel during your trips!
  • Benefits & 401K
  • Flexible schedule
  • No heavy lifting or long-distance walking
  • Home every day

Open Interviews will be held:

Wednesday 7/10/2024 | 1pm-4pm

Colorado Workforce Center

480 Barclay, Craig, CO 81625

Click HERE to schedule your interview.

Interested? You will need to meet the following:
• Have a minimum of 3 years driving experience (personal or work-related)
• Live within 30 minutes of the location for which you are applying
• Have a clean driving record
• Be able to read, write, and converse in English
• Be able to pass a criminal convictions background check
• Be able to pass a pre-employment drug screening

How to Prepare:
• Complete an application online HERE!
• If you complete an online application, please make sure to notify the hiring manager at the event

What to Bring:
• Driver’s License
• Social Security Card
• Resume, if you have one

About the Company:
Professional Transportation, Inc. has been providing crew transportation services for railroads since 1980 and has an industry reputation for providing quality, reliable, and safe crew transportation services. Much like a shuttle service, PTI receives around-the-clock requests from our railroad customers to pick up and drop off train crews. PTI dispatchers match up drivers with these trips and the drivers safely transport the crews to their destinations. Trips can range from a few miles to a few hundred miles depending on the railroads’ needs.

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