Sacramento airport shuttle company is hiring drivers for $21 an hour. Here’s how to apply

Sacramento International Airport is hiring for 30 full-time bus driver positions.

The airport posted on X, formerly known as Twitter, on Sept. 18 announcing the jobs. Interviews will be conducted this week for potential candidates. Those considering applying should have a Class A or B driver’s license, passenger and air brake endorsements, and be at least 20 years old.

The position will require bus drivers to drive passengers and employees to and from the airport terminals, as well as the employee parking lot, according to the LAZ Parking website.

How to apply

Shuttle drivers will earn $21.11 an hour, according to LAZ Parking, the management company hiring for the role.

Potential bus driver candidates can go to the hiring website to schedule a 15-minute interview from 11:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. on the following dates:

  • Tuesday, Sept. 19

  • Wednesday, Sept. 20

  • Thursday, Sept. 21

  • Friday, Sept. 22

If the dates and times provided don’t align with your schedule, email the hiring manager to arrange a different interview time slot.

The Sacramento airport has additional job openings on its employment page. There you can find job availability for both airport staff positions and restaurant opportunities at airport terminals.

Tenants at the Sacramento Airport recruit through their own agencies, but links to their job applications can be found on the Sacramento employment page. Currently, Peet’s is hiring for an airport barista.

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