NJ Transit is holding its first virtual job fair on Wednesday, Feb. 15, called “The BIG Career Event.”
The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Attendees are required to complete the registration form to access the job fair on their laptop or desktop. Some professions that will be featured at the job fair include rail, bus and light rail operations, information technology, finance, procurement, customer service and communications, government affairs, police, human resources, real estate, and safety along with more. Signing bonuses will be offered for those with commercial driver’s licenses and commercial license permits who sign on to be bus operators, mechanics, and service people.
“NJ Transit has career opportunities available in every area of our corporation, and we are always looking for the highest caliber of talented professionals to join our team,” said NJ Transit President & CEO Kevin S. Corbett. “If you’re looking to be a part of a progressive, transformational, and award-winning organization, I couldn’t think of a more exciting time to join NJ Transit!”
Currently, NJ Transit employs more than 11,000 workers in the New Jersey, New York and Philadelphia regions to service statewide commuters.
“We are proud to be an organization that strives to build a more accountable, innovative, diverse and inclusive workforce,” said New Jersey Department of Transportation Commissioner and NJ Transit Board Chair Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti. “By leveraging new technology, we can help as many New Jersey residents as possible get access to great jobs.”
NJ Transit was recognized by Forbes as one of the best in-state employers in 2018, 2021 and 2022, respectively. They were also recognized by Forbes as the seventh best of New Jersey’s 90 best organizations. They also ranked first in the “Transportation and Logistics” category for New Jersey.
NJ Transit is the main public transportation provider in New Jersey. Founded in 1979, it operates a vast network of bus routes, light rail lines, and commuter trains connecting major cities like Newark, New York City and Philadelphia with the rest of the state. Serving thousands of commuters per day, the transit system provides access to business centers and tourist destinations in the state while also connecting the state’s rural and suburban neighborhoods to the nearby city centers.
To register and join NJ Transit’s “The BIG Career Event” Virtual Job Fair, click here.