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Employment

Our mission: Advocating and delivering quality public transportation as a leader within our community and industry. Our staff provides service to all of Monterey County and as far north as San Jose’s Diridon Station.

All open positions and corresponding job descriptions may be found in this section. You may download or pick-up an application at any of our offices. Applications may be submitted electronically, via US Mail or dropped off at any of our offices.

 

Current Openings

Utility Service Person – filing deadline is January 4th.

Customer Service Representative/Spanish-English Translator – filing deadline is December 4th.

Informational Technology Systems Technician – Open until filled.

Mechanic – Open until filled.

Coach Operator – Apply Immediately-Recruitment may be closed at any time without notice.

 

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For more information regarding the positions listed above or if you would like an application mailed to you, please contact: 831-264-5871.

 

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Coach Operator Recruitment

Class start dates for our Coach Operator recruitment: TBA

 

Office Locations

Administrative Offices

19 Upper Ragsdale Drive, Suite 200, Monterey 93940

Marina Transit Exchange

280 Reservation Road, Marina 93933

MST Bus Stop Shop

201 Pearl Street, Monterey, CA 93940

Salinas Transit Center

110 Salinas Street 93901

 

Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Policy Statement

It is the policy of MONTEREY-SALINAS TRANSIT and my personal commitment that equal employment opportunity is provided in the employment and advancement of all persons regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, sex (including gender identity, sexual orientation, and pregnancy), age, genetic information, disability, veteran status, or other protected class.  MST’s Equal Employment Opportunity Policy applies to all employment actions, including, but not limited to: recruitment or recruitment advertising, hiring, upgrading, selection for training, promotion, transfer, demotion, layoff, termination, rates of pay or other forms of compensation.

All applicants and employees have the right to file complaints alleging discrimination with the EEO Officer, and retaliation against an individual who files a charge or complaint of discrimination, participates in an employment discrimination investigation or lawsuit, or otherwise engages in protected activity is strictly prohibited and will not be tolerated. MST is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to applicants and employees who need them because of a disability or to practice or observe their religion, absent undue hardship to MST.

As MST’s General Manager/CEO, I maintain overall responsibility and accountability for compliance with our EEO Policy and Program. To ensure day-to-day management, including program preparation, monitoring, and complaint investigation, I have appointed Deanna Smith, Compliance Analyst, as MST’S EEO Officer. Deanna Smith reports directly to me and acts with my authority at all levels of management, labor unions, and employees. She may be contacted directly by phone at 831-264-5878; by email at dsmith@mst.org; or at MST, 19 Upper Ragsdale Dr., Suite 200, Monterey, CA 93901.

All MST executives, management, and supervisory personnel share in the responsibility for implementing and monitoring MST’S EEO Policy and Program within their respective areas and will be assigned specific tasks to ensure compliance is achieved. MST will evaluate its managers’ and supervisors’ performance on their successful implementation of our EEO policies and procedures in the same way their performance in other agency goals is evaluated.

MST is committed to undertaking and developing a written nondiscrimination program that sets forth the policies, practices, and procedures, with goals and timetables, to which the agency is committed and make the EEO Program available for inspection by any employee or applicant for employment upon request. I am personally committed to a workplace that acts upon its daily responsibility to treat all applicants and employees with dignity and respect, as well as equitable under the guidelines of our EEO Policy and Program.

A copy of MST’s EEO Program is available by contacting MST’s EEO Officer at the address below, by phone at 831-264-5878, or by email at complianceanalyst@mst.org.

Any employee or applicant who believes he or she has been subjected to discrimination prohibited by MST’s EEO Policy may, by himself or herself or by a representative, file a written complaint with MST. Complaints must be filed no later than 365 days after the alleged discrimination and should be sent to:

Monterey-Salinas Transit
Attention: EEO Officer/Compliance Analyst
19 Upper Ragsdale Drive, Suite 200
Monterey, CA 93940

EEO Complaint Form and Process