Career Opportunities Now Available
We thank you for your interest in employment with Capital Metro. Current vacancies are posted as they become available. For more information about current vacancies, call the Capital Metro job line at (512) 389-7450.
Applications are screened for minimum qualifications listed on the postings. Only candidates that are selected for an
interview will be contacted. If you have a request for ADA accommodation, please contact Human Resources at (512) 389-7445.
Capital Metro is Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
How to Apply
Visit our job board to apply for a position, create an applicant account and submit your information. Submitting a resume is optional.
Working for Capital Metro.
We offer a compensation package that
includes comprehensive health and dental benefits, as well as vacation
and opportunities for tuition compensation, just to name a few. Browse our employee benefits for more information.
As part of our hiring background investigation, we may obtain
consumer reports or prepare an investigative consumer report. The
investigative consumer report may consist of contacting all listed prior
employers to verify your employment history. It may also include, but
not be limited to, credit information reports (depending upon the
position for which you apply), criminal history reports and driving
history records. Under the provisions of the Fair Credit Reporting Act
(15 USC at 1681 – 1681u) as amended, before we can seek such reports, we
must have your written permission to obtain the information. You have
the right, upon written request, to a complete and accurate disclosure
of the nature and scope of the investigation. You are also entitled to a
copy of your Rights Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
Drug Free Workplace
Capital Metro is a Drug Free Workplace
We cannot allow the illegal use, manufacture, distribution, sale or possession of narcotics, drugs or other controlled substances in our workplace. In fact, we have strict policies that prohibit drugs and alcohol in the work place.
In accordance with federal regulations and company policy, successful applicants for some positions are required to pass a substance abuse test and a physical examination. In some cases, we'll have to take additional screening steps to complete your background check, including a check on your criminal background, employment history, work references and driving record.
Federal Transportation Authority regulations also require random and unannounced testing for substance abuse for all safety-sensitive employees. All safety-sensitive employees will have an equal chance of being selected for testing, regardless of previous random selections.