Shuttle Driver in Glacier National Park, Summer 2020

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Job Overview


Safely transport all employees and guests between locations in non-CDL vehicles.  Must adhere to all company policies, National Park Service and Department of Transportation regulations while giving the best customer service possible.


  1. Safe and proper operation of company equipment in all weather conditions.
  2. Up to 10 hours driving (15 hours total work) on various types of road conditions.
  3. Maintaining professionalism while working outdoors in extreme weather and during vehicle breakdowns.
  4. Quotes costs of fares, issues tickets and receives payment. Responsible for balancing cash.
  5. Responsible for assisting with guest luggage and the loading and unloading of the luggage.
  6. Providing courteous guest service and represent the company in a positive manner.
  7. Keeping shuttles on a time schedule, must be punctual at all times.
  8. Prompt and correct completion of all required reports.
  9. Responsible for a clean and neat appearance in the approved uniform.
  10. Responsible for cleaning, fueling and ensuring the vehicle is safe, before and after each shift.
  11. Must accurately complete all daily DOT paperwork and reports each shift and file them according to policy
  12. Must be knowledgeable in all DOT rules and regulations as pertain to the operation.
  13. Assisting, as needed, with other duties as assigned.


  • Must possess ability to communicate effectively with guests and all other co-workers.
  • Must be friendly, outgoing, enthusiastic and courteous in dealing with guests and co-workers.
  • Must be able to handle guest concerns in a professional and tactful manner.
  • Must be team oriented and possess neat and pleasant grooming habits.
  • Must be certified in CPR/First Aid.
  • Must be able to work varied shifts: days, nights, weekends and holidays.
  • Must have a clean driving record.
  • At least 18 years of age.

Physical Requirements: 

  • Must be able to sit, stand, stretch, and bend for up to a 15 hour day. (typically 8-10 hours)
  • Must meet all DOT physical requirements and pass a DOT physical exam including a pre-employment drug screen and federally required random screens throughout the season.
  • Able to work outdoors in variable weather (including rain, sleet, snow, direct sunlight, high winds, and temperatures ranging from 0 degrees to 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Simultaneously steer a vehicle, shift its transmission, operate accelerator and brake pedals, and provide customer service while driving in heavy traffic.
  • Ability to help guest in and out of the vehicle.
  • Able to load and unload guest luggage several times a day at elevations ranging from 3,500 feet to 6,700 feet above sea level.

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