Part-Time Bus Drivers

Job Title:

Padua Franciscan High School Bus Driver (school-year, part-time employee)

Reports to:

Employees report to the Director of Transportation Brian Raymont.

Job Description:

Ideally, applicants would be able to work several days a week. Morning shifts (transporting students to school) typically range from 6:30 a.m. to 8 :30 a.m. Monday through Friday. Afternoon/evening shifts (transporting students to and from field trips or after-school activities) may include several hours between 2 p.m. and 9 p.m. Monday through Friday. Some Saturday shifts will also be available, transporting students to and from Padua-sponsored events.  *Ideally, drivers would commit to working a minimum of ten hours per week or a maximum of 30 hours per week.

Hourly Wage:

$15/hour (school-year, part-time employee)


School-year part-time employees are generally not eligible for benefits, other than legally mandated benefits, such as Social Security, Workers’ Compensation Insurance and rights under the Affordable Care Act.

Tuition Subsidiary:

Padua will assume 15% of the published tuition at Padua Franciscan High School for children of school-year part-time staff members. The employee’s children remain eligible for any additional discounts and scholarships offered by Padua.


Current class B CDL with P & S endorsements, current ODE Pre-service certificate, pass a BCI/FBI background test, pass drug test, have no more than 4 points on BMV record, have reliable transportation, pass T-8 physical, be able to lift 75 pounds or more in an emergency situation if required, First Aid and CPR Certified, and availability to be Virtus Trained.

*Please note: If you do not have all of these certifications, but are still interested, please contact Brian Raymont.


Preferred: 1 year experience as a school bus driver


Please send cover letter, resumes, and copy of certifications to Brian Raymont, Assistant Athletic Director/Director of Transportation via email at or by mail to: 6740 State Rd., Parma, OH 44134 (Attention: Brian Raymont).