Our Commitment to Employees
We believe diversity leads to a successful working environment and is reflective of the Austin community. We foster an environment where our employees have the opportunity to contribute ideas, ambition and skills in order to succeed. Join a team where you will be going places!
Travis Transit Management, Inc. (TTMI) is an Equal Opportunity Employer and gives consideration for employment to qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. For more information about your rights under the law, see “EEO is the Law”.
Departments of Employment
The mission of field operations is to ensure that safe, reliable, courteous, and real time physical management of bus service is provided to the citizens of Austin, Texas. Our Operations department consists of Professional Bus Operator, Transportation Supervisor and Dispatchers who have completed extensive training on how to operate 35 and 40 foot coaches. We also train our Professional Bus Operators and Supervisors to communicate a leadership presence, promote responsibility, accountability, preserve a proactive posture in maintaining system safety, reliability, customer service and ensure others are treated with respect and dignity.
Here at TTMI we pride ourselves on establishing a “partnership” between Transportation Supervisors and Bus Operators, which focuses more on a teacher – student relationship and in return builds trust and growth.
The Vehicle Maintenance Department is responsible for maintaining a fleet of 250 transit buses and 100 operational support vehicles. Our mechanics operate in a state of the art facility working on both gas and diesel engines, and a variety of high tech systems. We provide access to top of the line training and diagnostic equipment, enabling our employees to get to the root of the problem and fix things right the first time.
It is our belief that this is a career one follows for life, and as such we strongly believe in the pursuit of knowledge. In addition to formal classes, we frequently invite technical experts onsite to provide in-depth training for our maintenance staff.
We pride ourselves in fostering an environment that promotes self improvement and teamwork. We take pride in not just getting the job done, but to getting it done right.
Our Administrative department is comprised of all departments that work to manage and support the Operations, Finance, Safety and Training, and Maintenance departments. These positions range from Administrative Assistants to Director level positions.
Vehicle Maintenance Supervisor Posted September 22, 2017
Support day-to-day activities of the Travis Transit Management Maintenance Department, ensuring that the fleet is properly maintained and adequate numbers of vehicles are available to provide scheduled and unscheduled transit services.Apply today
Mechanic Posted August 17, 2015
This position will troubleshoot, service, adjust, and repair all components of the Capital Metro Fleet. Shift work including nights, holidays and weekends is required. Class 3 is the entry level classification for the Mechanic position. Mechanics will advance by demonstrating ability as evidenced by certification in various modules.
Building Maintenance Technician Posted August 30, 2017
Person selected for this position will perform general installation and repairs for Capital Metro/Travis Transit Management equipment and facilities.Apply today
Data Analytics Intern – Part Time Posted November 3, 2017
Under limited supervision, provides various routine administrative functions to departmental staff related to data analysis.Apply today
Bus Operator Posted October 24, 2017
Next CDL Class Begins November 17, 2017
This position operates various types of transit buses in revenue and non revenue service. Bus service is provided to the community 365 days a year 24 hours a day. Duties and responsibilities include:
- Operating various types of transit buses in accord with Travis Transit Management, Inc. policies, directives and procedures and in compliance with Federal and Texas laws and regulations.
- Maintaining a working knowledge of current bus routes and stops within the service area as well as the current fare structure and bus pass programs.
An Equal Employment Opportunity Employer: minorities, females, veterans and disabled.
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Benefits & Pay
The Operations and Maintenance departments are represented by the union and hence a Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) stipulates their benefits and pay.
We offer a comprehensive benefits package that includes medical, dental, vision, term life insurance, short term and long term disability, pre-paid legal, critical illness, group accident, hospital indemnity and whole life. These benefits are either employer sponsored, paid by the employee, or shared by both the employer and the employee. We also offer a 401(k) plan with an annual employer contribution.
Other benefits include:
On-site childcare center and a fitness center with licensed trainers
Paid vacation and sick time along with specific paid holidays
The positions listed below are paid on an hourly basis:
The starting pay for a Bus Operator is $15.00 with top pay being $24.32. Sign on bonuses are offered to newly hired Bus Operators.
VEHICLE MAINTENANCE MECHANICS AND BUILDING MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS
The starting pay is $26.90 for an entry-level mechanic/building maintenance technician and with increased knowledge and certification you can be promoted three (3) levels to a Master Mechanic/Building Maintenance Technician which pays $29.61.
The starting pay is $17.52 for an entry level parts clerk and top pay is $21.64.
The rate of pay is determined by the employee’s job status. The starting pay for Full Time and Part Time employees is $19.71 and $14.69 respectively.
The most exciting thing an employer could do was ask me what I would like to do and provide me with the tools needed to get the job done.
Run Dispatch Coordinator/Scheduler