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OUR STUDENTS ARE GOING PLACES…HELP US GET THEM THERE!

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Drive For NISD

Our students are going places...help us get them there!
The Transportation Department is hiring full-time 32 hour school bus drivers.

We offer:

  • Competitive hourly rate of pay
  • $13.08 starting - $13.33 after six months
  • Medical, dental, vision, retirement benefits
  • Ten (10) paid holidays
  • Paid CDL Training Classes
  • Uniforms
  • Multiple Locations within Northside ISD
  • Full Time guaranteed 32 hours per week

Minimum qualifications include:

  • 21 years of age
  • High school diploma or GED (preferred)
  • No record of DWI or convictions for the past 10 years and acceptable driving record according to the Texas Department of Public Safety standards (driving record will be verified)
  • Strong customer service and interpersonal skills
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills
  • Effective behavior management skills with students of all ages
  • Ability to pass criminal background and fingerprint check
  • Successfully pass a physical examination and drug test

Join our Team

NISD Transportation team

For more information, contact Transportation Staffing Specialist, at 210-397-0878 | View Job Posting

About Us

NISD Transportation

Our Mission

Our Transportation Department Mission is to provide, for the students of Northside Independent School District who are eligible to ride the bus, with the safest transportation possible between school and home and during extra curricular activities.

Our People

Our more than 1,000 employees transport over 67,000 students every day. Northside's “three tier transportation system” consists of staggered start and dismissal times at each elementary, middle and high school to serve the maximum number of students possible per bus.

Our Fleet

Our Diverse Bus Fleet

Our over 890 buses are a healthy mix fueled by diesel, propane, and/or unleaded fuel (some of our buses are fueled by both propane and unleaded gas). This creates a diverse bus fleet structure that mitigates possible national fuel supply changes.

  • 55% propane
    Using propane as a cleaner-burning fuel has significantly reduced bus maintenance costs. We have been recognized by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy with a Clean Cities National Partner Award.
  • 35% diesel
    Our diesel buses use new “low sulfur” or “green” diesel fuels that comply with Federal Clean Air Standards.
  • 10% bi-fuel
    These buses have two tanks onboard—one for propane and one for unleaded gasoline.

Our Stations

Transportation stations

Bus code Station Address Phone
C Culebra Station 7001 Culebra Rd., Building 5
Map & Directions
(210) 397-0275
N North Station 6323 W. Hausman Rd
Map & Directions
(210) 397-0850
R Rhodes Station 12005 Leslie Rd.
Map & Directions
(210) 397-0900
S South Station 435 Hunt Lane
Map & Directions
(210) 397-0250
W McClung Station 14173 Old FM 471
Map & Directions
(210) 398-1550

safety zones

School bus safety