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Multiple roles: – (MBTA) Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority

Position Description:
At the MBTA, we envision a thriving region enabled by a best-in-class transit system. Our mission is to serve the public by providing safe, reliable, and accessible transportation. MBTA’s core values are built around safety, service, equity, and sustainability and each employee that works for the MBTA performs their roles based on our vision, mission, and values. This includes attendance, participation, and contribution in local safety committee meetings as needed.

Departments we are currently hiring for:
MBTA – Budget (2 Jobs)
MBTA – Bus Maintenance (4 Jobs)
MBTA – Capital Delivery (1 Jobs)
MBTA – Capital Program Planning (1 Jobs)
MBTA – Capital Programs – Capital Support (3 Jobs)
MBTA – Commercial Strategy Programs (2 Jobs)
MBTA – Everett Main Repair (2 Jobs)
MBTA – General Manager (1 Jobs)
MBTA – Heavy Rail Transportation (1 Jobs)
MBTA – Human Resources (3 Jobs)
MBTA – Information Technology Dept (4 Jobs)
MBTA – Maintenance of Way (2 Jobs)
MBTA – Occupational Health Services (4 Jobs)
MBTA – Office of Chief Engineering (2 Jobs)
MBTA – Plans & Schedules (1 Jobs)
MBTA – Power Systems Maintenance (3 Jobs)
MBTA – Rail Maintenance (2 Jobs)
MBTA – Safety (12 Jobs)
MBTA – Signals & Comm Maintenance (1 Jobs)
MBTA – Transit Facilities Maintenance (1 Jobs)
MBTA – Vehicle Engineering (4 Jobs)

[Full-Time (Salaried)] Hourly Rate: 0-0

Schedule Requirements:
1st shift, 2nd shift, 3rd shift, Nights and weekends

Minimum Requirements:
Disclaimers and Definitions:

General Disclaimer: The statements contained in this job description are intended to describe a summary, general nature, and complexity of typical job functions and do not represent an exhaustive list of all duties, tasks, and responsibilities required of staff assigned to this position.
Application Deadlines: Applicants should apply as soon as possible, as the MBTA may stop considering applicants after a sufficiently large applicant pool is established.
Work Environment: The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here-in are representative of those an employee may encounter while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations can be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions. See job description for role-specific requirements.
Work Eligibility: Although the MBTA is an Equal Opportunity Employer, all employees must be legally authorized to work in the United States for any employer and on an unrestricted basis (the MBTA does not sponsor non-US citizens). However, if you have an unrestricted work authorization, or sponsored by a separate entity, you are welcome to apply for open positions. International students taking part in CPT / STEM / OPT programs through a university are eligible for internships and co-ops with the MBTA. In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to complete a Form I-9 to verify their identity and eligibility to work in the U.S.
Safety Sensitive Positions: Employees working in this classification will be subject to periodic physical examinations plus random drug and alcohol testing.
On-call or 24/7 Positions: Employees working in this classification must be available to respond to page / text / call and report to work as determined by assigned department or the Authority.
Essential / Emergency Staff: During declared “states of emergency,” employees working in this classification are required to report to work for their assigned work hours or as directed by management.
ADA Accommodations: The MBTA makes reasonable accommodations for applicants with disabilities. If you require an accommodation during this process, please contact the MBTA’s ADA Unit at 617-222-5751 or
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: The MBTA is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. For terms, descriptions, and definitions related to diversity, equity, inclusion, veteran status, and immediate family members that you may find on the application form, please visit
Level of English Required: Intermediate

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