Jobs and opportunities
Newport Bus is a great place to work and we're always looking for new staff members to join our team. To apply for a vacant position with us just click on the relevant link below.
Vehicle technician/MOT tester
Newport Transport is looking for a Vehicle Technician/MOT Tester to work as part of a team in our busy Servicing & MOT Centre. Applicants must be qualified to NVQ level three, with experience on all makes of light commercial vehicles and cars. Must be an approved MOT Tester on at least class 1V vehicles.
Interested? Please apply via this website. If you would like any more information about the role, please contact Bob Summers on 01633 261 888.
Newport Bus has an exciting vacancy for a qualified PCV Fitter in its engineering department.
Based at our depot on Corporation Road you will work alongside a 60-strong team helping ensure the company’s 100+ buses are fit and ready to serve the City and people of Newport.
This is a challenging job with a good level of experience required. The successful candidate will need to have a minimum NVQ Level 3 in a relevant subject or equivalent standard such as City & Guilds. They will have a working knowledge of engineering equipment including: hydraulic vehicle lifts, pressurised oil and waste systems, battery chargers and starters, trolley jacks, scaffolding, pressure wash and automatic washing equipment, headlamp alignment tester, hydraulic jacks and testing equipment, drilling machine, torque wrenches, pedestal grinders and general portable equipment (i.e. air guns, drills, electric and pneumatic hand tools etc). You must also have, or be capable of attaining, a full PCV licence and forklift truck licence if required.
If you have the experience and qualifications necessary for this role and want to work in a rewarding job with a great team of employees then send us your CV now by clicking on the apply now link below.
“I used to be a regular on the Newport Nipper service to and from Christchurch. It was awesome and I’m really looking forward to seeing the new buses because they’re a great way of getting about the city.”