View All Open Positions
- Wages: Competitive hourly and salary positions.
- Time: 8.67 hours of paid time off accrued per pay period; equivalent to 5+ weeks off.
- Health: 100% paid health care coverage for Union Staff and 92.5% paid health care coverage for Non-Union Staff by GMT. Health care coverage includes medical, dental, vision, and prescription. 100% paid premiums for Short-Term Disability by GMT.
- Savings: 457 Retirement Plans with opportunities for company matching contributions.
- Wellness: Discounted membership to The Edge Sports & Fitness Centers.
- Dog Friendly: Administrative staff are welcome to bring their dogs to work.
- Education: Tuition reimbursement opportunities for courses or degree-related programs for administrative staff.
Free CDL Training
Green Mountain Transit is actively hiring Full-Time Bus Operators in Berlin, Burlington, and St. Albans, as well as seasonal drivers at Sugarbush and Stowe Ski Resorts. Take advantage of GMT’s paid CDL training and DOT medical exams, saving you approximately $4,000!
- Career Openings (Printable Application for Employment)
- Employee Referral Program
- Employee Handbook
- Collective Bargaining Agreements
- Benefit Summaries
- Know Your Rights – Federal and State of Vermont Employee Posters
- Green Mountain Jobs Retention Program
- The State of Vermont, in collaboration with the University of Vermont and the Vermont Student Assistance Corporation (VSAC), is offering a $5000 loan repayment program to incentivize and retain new graduates from Vermont colleges and universities. Any graduate during the spring 2023 academic year with a Bachelor’s degree can apply here.
Green Mountain Transit is the largest Transit Authority in the State of Vermont. Our mission is to promote and operate safe, convenient, accessible, innovative, and sustainable public transportation services in the northwest and central Vermont region. GMT aims to reduce congestion and pollution, encourage transit-oriented development, and enhance the quality of life for all.
GMT accomplishes this mission through the support of over 180 dedicated professionals. GMT employees are committed to providing quality transportation services to Vermonters. GMT supports its employees in realizing our mission by continuously offering training and professional development, as well as by providing a stable long-term career. We are proud to serve our community, learn from each other, and grow as an organization.
Equal Opportunity Employer
GMT is committed to providing a workplace that includes people of diverse backgrounds and fully utilizes their talents to achieve its mission. GMT believes that an inclusive and diverse workplace culture enhances the performance of our organization and our ability to fulfill the agency’s mission. GMT is always looking to add qualified and energetic individuals to our transportation team!
GMT is an equal employment opportunities (EEO) employer to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to political or religious affiliation, race, color, national origin, place of birth, ancestry, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, crime victim status, veteran status, disability, HIV positive status, or genetic information in employment or the provision of services. In addition to federal law requirements, GMT complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.
GMT encourages job applications from all qualified people, regardless of a person’s criminal record; providing qualified applicants the opportunity to explain a criminal record when applying. However, there are specific positions within the organization designated as safety-sensitive, where a criminal conviction may cause the candidate to be deemed ineligible for hire in that position, regardless of the circumstances.
About the Area
Located in Northwestern and Central Vermont, Chittenden, Franklin, Grand Isle, Lamoille, and Washington Counties collectively have an estimated population of over 300,000 residents and a land area of 2400 square miles. The Green Mountains run the entire length of Vermont and are part of the Appalachian Mountains that stretch from Canada to northern Alabama in the United States. Burlington, Montpelier, Waterbury, and St. Albans are the larger areas served by GMT. The area is consistently listed in many publications as the “Top places to see Fall Foliage.”
Burlington is Vermont’s largest city. It is beautiful and home to a thriving arts scene, creative entrepreneurship, great shopping, three colleges, and a university, and a full range of four–season outdoor pursuits. This friendly city consistently earns national awards. Festivals are held all year long with events like New Year’s First Night Celebration and the Burlington Discover Jazz Festival attracting visitors throughout the northeast. The city harbors excellent museums and galleries too. The waterfront offers ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center to learn about the history and ecology of Lake Champlain. Nearby Pine Street and downtown are full of contemporary galleries, and the University of Vermont’s eclectic Fleming Museum.
Montpelier is the nation’s smallest state capital. Montpelier is located in a remarkable valley along the Winooski River. Montpelier’s intimate size, historic neighborhoods, and diverse community make it a wonderful city to visit, live, and do business. The Waterbury–Montpelier Region is also known for its many institutions of higher learning, its historic and architectural riches, and its world-class ski resorts.
Waterbury is the home of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream factory. The area is home to many retail shops including Lake Champlain Chocolates, Cold Hollow Cider Mill, and Green Mountain Coffee Roasters. Waterbury serves as a launch point for recreational and cultural adventures along the Green Mountain Byway. The entire Waterbury–Montpelier Region is rich in Vermont quality and tradition.
St. Albans is the county seat of Franklin County and is the Islands & Farms region of Vermont. The City of St. Albans is only 15 miles from Vermont’s border with Quebec and is the northern terminus of the “Vermonter” Amtrak route. St. Albans, known as the “Maple Syrup Capital of the World,” is home to the Vermont Maple Festival.