Members of the Metro Speakers Bureau are available this spring to talk with children and young people at school career days about future employment at Metro. Grade school is not too early to start.
Metro employs more than 9,000 full-time staff, including bus and train operators, mechanics and maintenance people, clerks, bus and rail transportation and maintenance supervisors and security guards. Topics could include training necessary to become bus and train operators, mechanics and maintenance experts, transit planners, security personnel and even artists and marketing and media relations professionals.
If you have questions or would like to request a speaker for your school, email: email@example.com and type CAREER DAY in the subject field. Speakers are available on a first come, first served basis.
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I think Metro should look into hiring more people who has had prior experience in the private sector so that fresh new ideas can be brought in.
How can I do to get a job at Metro? I can start to enter level, for example: cleaning or something like that.
You can visit http://www.metro.net/about/jobs/ to look for openings or visit Metro’s Employment Office in the Gateway Building. You can also call Human Resources at 213.922.7153 for assistance.
The Source, Writer