Careers

Join a Trusted Charter Travel Service

National Motor Coach Systems Ltd. seeks dedicated, courteous and consistent employees for our charter vehicle maintenance department.

Heavy-Duty Technician Specializing in Detroit Diesel for Prevost® & MCI
To be chosen for this job, applicants must:

• Test systems and components using computerized diagnostic and other testing devices

• Adjust, repair or replace parts and components of the coach systems, including fuel,
  brake, steering and suspension systems as well as engine drive train, emission control
  and exhaust, cooling and climate control and electronic systems using hand tools and
  other specialized automotive repair equipment

• Test and adjust repaired systems to manufacturers’ performance specifications

• Perform scheduled maintenance service, such as oil changes, lubrications and HVAC
  and AC tune-ups

• Discuss work with supervisor

Class 2 Drivers
National Motor Coach Systems is currently accepting applications for dependable coach
operators with a clean Class 2 driver’s license with airbrake endorsement. The ideal
candidate would be able to:

• Operate automatic and standard Prevost® and MCI highway coaches, school buses
  and 21-24 passenger shuttle buses

• Provide excellent customer service

• Lift approximately 50 pounds (20 kilos)

• Be familiar with tourist attractions and hotels in Alberta and British Columbia

• Perform pre-trip and post-trip vehicle inspection

• Prepare a daily driver’s log in accordance with governmental hours of service

• Work independently and have excellent communication skills both verbally and in
  writing

If you’re interested in either of these positions, email us today!

Standards for Our Drivers
National Motor Coach Systems is committed to seamless service for our charter bus transportation clients in North America. That commitment to quality begins with our drivers, who are expected to follow the standards listed below.

• Prior to the start of the contract, all drivers will be briefed on the event and perform
  route advances to ensure they know the most direct route as well as alternative routes
  in case of heavy traffic.

• Drivers must always be in communication with the dispatcher via a 2-way radio or a
  hand-held device capable of transmitting and receiving emails or text messages.

• National Motor Coach Systems drivers are expected to comply with the speed limits
  and obey all traffic signs.

• The drivers must wear an ID badge at all times while on duty.

• All drivers must speak English fluently. Some drivers will speak additional languages
  fluently.

• Drivers must dress in a professional manner and always remain courteous to the
  passengers.

• All drivers working for National Motor Coach Systems must have a valid Class 2
  Alberta driver’s license. A driver’s abstract is pulled twice a year for every driver
  without exception.

• All drivers must undergo a criminal record check and are subject to mandatory and
  random drug testing.