Career

To apply for any position listed below, call 276.783.8157 or click here to download the Application for Employment. Completed applications, and resumes, if requested, should be mailed to Brittany Story, Personnel Director, 4453 Lee Highway, Marion, VA 24354 or e-mailed to bstory@district-three.org.  All applicants are responsible to ensure applications and resumes are received by the agency's personnel department either by mail or e-mail.

DISTRICT THREE GOVERNMENTAL COOPERATIVE will be accepting resumes/applications for:

Part-Time Transit Dispatchers for the Marion area

Starting Pay Per Hour- Dispatcher: $11.22

Hours per week: Vary, Up to 27 hours

JOB SUMMARY: Under the immediate supervision of the Lead Area Supervisor, the Dispatcher will act in a courteous manner at all times and is responsible for scheduling riders on the transit system. The Dispatcher will also maintain records of the number of riders and schedule special routes. They will be responsible to perform all other duties as assigned by their supervisor.

QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants must possess a high school diploma or equivalent. He/she must hold a valid Virginia Driver’s License and have "zero points or + points" driving record. Experience in customer service preferred. Working knowledge of computers preferred. Ability to pass substance abuse testing and background checks required.

TO APPLY: Agency applications are REQUIRED to be considered for a position. All resumes/applications may be mailed to Brittany Story, Personnel Manager, at 4453 Lee Highway, Marion, VA 24354 or e-mailed to bstory@district-three.org. All resumes/applications must be submitted no later than 5:00 PM on Wednesday, August, 12, 2020.

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DISTRICT THREE GOVERNMENTAL COOPERATIVE will be accepting resumes/applications for:

Part-Time Transit Drivers for all service areas (Marion, Abingdon, Galax and Wytheville )

Starting Pay Per Hour- Driver: $10.20 (non-CDL)/ $11.22 (CDL w/ P endorsement)

Hours per week: Vary, Up to 27 hours

JOB SUMMARY: Transit Drivers primary duties include transporting public passengers in a safe and courteous manner while also helping riders who need assistance. Work hours vary week to week based on need, but will not exceed 27 hours.

QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants must possess a high school diploma or equivalent. He/she must hold a valid Virginia Driver’s License and have "zero points or + points" driving record. Experience in customer service preferred. Working knowledge of computers preferred. Ability to pass substance abuse testing and background checks required. As an additional requirement for the job, Employees must also be able to pass a DOT Physical and other fitness for duty tests.

TO APPLY: Agency applications are REQUIRED to be considered for a position. All resumes/applications may be mailed to Brittany Story, Personnel Manager, at 4453 Lee Highway, Marion, VA 24354 or e-mailed to bstory@district-three.org. All resumes/applications must be submitted no later than 5:00 PM on Wednesday, August, 12, 2020.

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DISTRICT THREE GOVERNMENTAL COOPERATIVE is accepting applications for Senior Community Services Employment Program (SCSEP).

This is a paid employment training program to assist older workers with obtaining new job skills, refresh old skills and gain work experience in hopes of obtaining unsubsidized employment in the near future.  These part-time positions are 20 hours per week and pay is limited to the federal minimum wage ($7.25) per hour.

Applicants must be 55 or older with limited income and not currently employed.  Substance abuse testing and background checks are required.  If you are interested in applying and learning more about this program, please contact Brenda Jones at 276-783-8157 or bstory@district-three.org

NOTICE: EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
District Three Governmental Cooperative shall provide equal employment opportunity to its clients and applicants for employment and training based on fitness and merit without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, political affiliation, sex, age, or handicap (except where sex or age is a bona fide occupational qualification or handicap related to the job). If you feel you have been discriminated against because of race, color, religion, national origin, political affiliation, sex, age, or handicap you have the right by law to file a complaint with the District Three Governmental Cooperative Equal Opportunity Counselor by calling 276.783.8157.