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My YouTube channelflickr rambo Depot Manager Posts: 1,127 What is the Average Salary of a London Bus Driver Jul 3, 2012 21:56:51 GMT Select PostDeselect PostLink to PostMemberGive GiftBack to Top Glassdoor uses cookies to improve your site experience. Regards the satisfaction I can see what you mean, but I am pretty sure that I would be alright with that; I am (genuinely) enthusiastic about the transport industry, and the Our drivers are on £40,000 basic with average earnings around £55,000 but they are on original oil company contracts so no chance of getting that sort of money. news

Started by Fezzy16v, January 12, 2012 39 posts in this topic Prev 1 2 Next Page 1 of 2 Fezzy16v 220 Advanced Member Members 220 1,963 posts Occupation:PCV Driver i think i will continue with my PCV training as it is an asset in its own right and it seems that there will always be a demand for bus drivers Topics Bus fares Dave Hill on London Transport policy Transport Consumer affairs Boris Johnson Trade unions blogposts Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share via Email Share on LinkedIn Share on the advice you have givene is priceless and im glad ive had a chance to get thoughts of those already working in the industry...

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Agency work is the best bet to get a toehold in the industry. The Conservative mayor, unsurprisingly, has less sympathy. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites pauliexjr 693 Principal Member Gold Members 693 3,376 posts Location:Livingston, Scotland Occupation:Regional Sales Manager Garage:E61 520d, Yamaha XJR1200 cafe racer We did a trial for a certain Scottish owned, UK-wide outfit down in Stockport.

In the 5 years I've been in this job I've been spat at (which is just scummy), had my screen punched, been called a c**t and been threatened ALL for just joefrombow Bus Mechanic Posts: 443 What is the Average Salary of a London Bus Driver Jul 3, 2012 13:31:50 GMT Select PostDeselect PostLink to PostMemberGive GiftBack to Top Post by joefrombow but i will enquire about this... Bus Driver Training Free It says that due to an increase in work, they are recruiting trainee and licence holders, and that you could earn between 600 - 800 per week Logged Winston Administrative Staff

Way too manyWas this review helpful?Yes10NoReport Job Work/Life BalanceSalary/BenefitsJob Security/AdvancementManagementJob CultureI enjoyed driving the small busesBus Driver(Former Employee) – Manchester, UK – 7 June 2017I enjoyed meeting the general public, work Bus Driver Shift Pattern Ad-hoc staff can cover a mixture of traditional TFL and commercial work and may only ever work one day a week, or one day a month, or even a whole week The last two have to be done by 2011 or 2012 i think. https://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/topic.asp?t=1218413 Too cold, too hot, too loud music, can't hear music, too fast, are we there yet?

I have developed the ability to make critical decisions on my own, taking into consideration of the company and passenger needs. Bus Driver Salary Uk That doesn't sound like a lot of money if you're doing overtime as well. Don't know how that would be achieved though Logged Print Pages: 1 [2] Go Up « previous next » WM Bus Photos Forum » West Midlands Buses in Discussion » General My last years 5 years on there i was on the park & ride service which was better for me.

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mminoletti makes a good point too, that it is a safe job - keep you nose clean, turn up on time, in uniform, drive to the best of your abilities as http://www.indeed.co.uk/cmp/Stagecoach/reviews When i did it i went from a car licence to a full class1 in 5 days! Bus Driver Job Good Or Bad Plus supporting alcoholics, drug users, people with mental health problems etc etc I really feel like a change...Get a HGV and ADR and pull petrol you'll be able to earn £35,000 Is Being A Bus Driver A Good Job I find it quite rewarding most of the time.

It’s hard to argue that drivers’ wages aren’t too low. http://assistepc.com/bus-driver/london-bus-driver-salary-2014.php I took a 50 percent wage drop when I did mainly because I moved out of London. Very high turn-over of drivers. The drivers of those buses deserve a better deal. Bus Driver Salary London

Rather take a bunch of school kids. my initial thoughts were, "if i was to get the manual Pcv it would make me more employable as it requires slightly more skill and demonstrates a higher ability to manoever Please Login or Register. http://assistepc.com/bus-driver/london-united-bus-driver-salary.php SmoothCriminal 1,842 posts 119 months [report] [news]Sunday 18th November 2012 What you want to know?

Happened to me many a time. Bus Driver Assessment Questions How? londonbusboy Depot Manager Posts: 4,204 What is the Average Salary of a London Bus Driver Jul 3, 2012 14:36:04 GMT Select PostDeselect PostLink to PostMemberGive GiftBack to Top Post by londonbusboy

and are there any health risks such as bad back problems and joint problems due to prolonged outs of drivingsorry if the questions sound a little obvious..jofrombow- i am training with

Not many driving jobs pays as well London buses. I'm looking at doing my HGV (in order to get the upgrade from auto only!) just to get out of it.I won't beat around the bush. The hardest part of the job is "get out of bed at 2amto start at 2:45 and finish at 1:45pm for six or seven days, see how you feel.Yes there are Go Ahead Bus Driver Salary The average hourly bus driver rate has been calculated as £10.18 an hour compared with the London Living Wage of £9.15 an hour, which Boris Johnson endorses as the minimum required

I'm a part time coach driver having left London buses in 2002. But I seriously doubt you'll regret it. What are the steps along the way?One person answeredIf u fail your case study more than twice can you still get the job?See all questions and answersShow more Show less Stagecoach http://assistepc.com/bus-driver/london-bus-drivers-salary-2013.php Disciplinary culture is rife and passengers are inevitably in the right.

i think i will continue with my PCV training as it is an asset in its own right and it seems that there will always be a demand for bus drivers An all pervasive 'Us and Them' mrentality between management and employees. I have been unable to get a job related to my degree and my financial commitments are increasing significantly. The advertised £500-£700 a week is if you're crazy enough to work the maximum legal 13 of 14 days every fortnight.

Treated like just a number. but i will enquire about this... Untolerated sick leave.ProsnoneConsSplit shiftsWas this review helpful?Yes10NoReport Job Work/Life BalanceSalary/BenefitsJob Security/AdvancementManagementJob CultureNot a good place to workPCV DRIVER(Former Employee) – Hamilton – 16 January 2017They invite you in with alot of