Nantahala Outdoor Center

  • Bus Driver

    Job Locations | US-NC-Walnut | US-TN-Hartford | US-TN-Ocoee | US-SC-Mountain Rest | US-NC-Bryson City
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    For 40+ years NOC has led the outdoor industry, taking more guests whitewater rafting and teaching more paddlers than any other outdoor recreation company. NOC also provides top-quality aerial and trail-based adventures, and provides unmatched retail service, foodservice, lodging, and trip planning services. Behind NOC's rapid growth are our core values: lead by example, service before self, work hard play hard, make it happen, and do the right thing. These core values unite a community of leaders and pioneers in an exciting, fun and always changing work environment.

    NOC career opportunities offer prospects rare opportunities to work in beautiful locations, to grow their skills and to share a passion for active outdoor recreation. Ideal candidates are leaders in the work place that wish to join a unique, values-driven organization. They aspire to excellence in their fields and disciplines and they demonstrate a commitment to the service of others. Above all, they want to provide visitors with unforgettable experiences in the great outdoors. If this sounds like you, we hope you'll apply to join the NOC team.




    Bus Drivers must possess a Class B Commercial Drivers License (CDL) with Passenger and Airbrake endorsements. Current CPR and First Aid certifications are preferred but not required.



    • Transporting guests and guides to and/or from river or aerial locations, adhering to all NOC, DOT, state, and OSHA laws, policies and regulations
    • Providing top-notch guest service to all guests, before, after, and during their trip, including answering questions about trip specifics and local information
    • Daily and pre-trip bus inspections, documenting all inspections and reporting any issues to management
    • In some cases, responsible for loading, unloading, and securing rafts, kayaks, or other equipment on bus-tops, as qualified
    • Other tasks, such as driving support vehicles, repair and maintenance of gear or facilities, and assisting other NOC departments, as qualified and as assigned



    Bus Drivers must possess a Class B Commercial Drivers License (CDL) with Passenger and Airbrake endorsements. Current CPR and First Aid certifications are preferred but not required. Applicants for a bus driver position at NOC should have great communication skills, a strong sense of guest service, and be enthusiastic about sharing outdoor activities with others. Applicants should be comfortable working and driving in varying weather conditions and in heavily trafficked urban areas.


    NOC is currently accepting bus driver applications for the 2018 for peak season summer months, as well as full-season drivers (March through October at most outposts).





    The above noted job description is not intended to describe, in detail, the multitude of tasks that may be assigned but rather to provide a general sense of the responsibilities and expectations of this position. As the nature of business demands change, so too may the essential functions of this position.

    The Nantahala Outdoor Center (NOC) is dedicated to the principles of equal employment opportunity in any and all terms, conditions or privileges of employment including hiring, promotions, termination, training and compensation. The NOC does not discriminate against applicants or employees on the basis of age, race, sex, color, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic condition or any other status protected by federal, state or local law, where applicable. Furthermore, the NOC is committed to a work environment free of discrimination and harassment through respecting and valuing the diversity among employees and all those with whom the NOC does business.


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