Want to support your community and make a positive, person-to-person impact on Indianapolis? Check out our employment opportunities.

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IndyGo Driver/Operators get people to where they live their lives.

Driving an IndyGo vehicle helps so many people in countless ways — every single day they go to work. IndyGo professional Driver/Operators make a meaningful difference in the lives of those who live, work, and play in Indianapolis. Join our team today, and give people critical access to economic, cultural, health, educational and recreational opportunities — with safe, reliable, courteous IndyGo service.

And IndyGo Driver/Operators do way more than just drive — they’re greeters, brand ambassadors, customer relations representatives, cashiers, safety and security monitors, information providers and trip facilitators who help the disabled. They are a GoRider’s on-board go-to.


  • $19.00 – $23.75 per hour/$39,520 – $49,400 per year
  • Advancement and Bonus Opportunities
  • No experience required, in fact – you’ll be a paid employee while you are trained (CDL training provided)
    • $13.98 – $16.00 per hour
  • Experience Indianapolis in the driver’s seat
  • All local work
  • No overnight travel
  • Full benefits, including:
    • Competitive Pay with Annual Increases
    • Paid Time Off
    • Holiday Pay
    • Onsite Wellness Clinic
      • Free Health Screenings
    • Health Insurance
      • Medical, Dental, & Vision
      • FSA, HSA, & DCFSA
      • Wellness Programs – Health & Financial
    • Discounted Gym Memberships
    • Retirement Plans
      • 401(a) & 457(b)
    • Short-Term Disability, Long-Term Disability, & Life Insurance
    • Employee Assistance Program
  • Operate and drive a transit vehicle safely, courteously, and reliably throughout Marion County
  • Build and grow professional rapport with GoRiders
  • Make stops at designated bus stops to load and unload GoRiders
  • Assist GoRiders in securing strollers, bikes, and wheelchairs and/or other mobility aids on and off the bus
  • Operate on-board computer fare boxes and destination signs
  • Perform pre/post trip vehicle inspections
  • Use IndyGo’s Dispatch Team to report abnormal incidents with your route, GoRiders, or vehicle
  • Would you be comfortable operating a large vehicle (up to 60 feet long) in all types of weather and traffic conditions?
  • Would you enjoy interacting with hundreds of customers every day?
  • Would you be comfortable communicating and listening to those customers?
  • Would you be able to sit for several hours at a time?
  • Would you accept a job where your choice of work schedule, work location, and vacation dates are based on seniority?
  • Would you be willing to wear a uniform and maintain a professional appearance as part of your job?

If so, check out the eight steps to employment with IndyGo, in the next section below.

1. Submit your Driver/Operator Application:

  • Online
  • At in-person kiosks: 1501 W. Washington Street | M-F 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
  • We are happy to assist you with your application.
  • You will need a resume to apply.

2. Take an Online Assessment:

  • If you meet the minimum requirements for the position, you will receive an online assessment invitation via the email address you shared when submitting your application.
  • If you successfully pass the assessment, you will be contacted for an interview.

3. Interview

  • Interviews will typically take place at IndyGo’s Headquarters (1501 W Washington St).
  • We recommend dressing “business casual.”
  • Please bring a government-issued ID.
  • There is guest parking in front of the building or IndyGo Route 8 Westbound to the Zoo or Airport will drop you off right across the street at the Washington St. & Harding St. stop.

4. Obtain a Class B Commercial Driver License (CDL) Learners Permit:

  • You will be given a CDL Permit Training Guide.
  • You will need to pass three sections: General Knowledge, Air Brakes, and Transporting Passengers Safely.
  • You will have two weeks from your interview to pass all three sections.
  • If you already have your permit, you can skip step 4.
  • If you already have your CDL license, you can skip step 4 and 6.

5. Have a Background Check, take a Drug Test & Physical:

  • At IndyGo’s direction, you will need to complete the following successfully (IndyGo initiates and pays for these verifications and tests):
  1. Department of Transportation (DOT) Physical Exam
  2. DOT Drug and Alcohol Screening
  3. Physical Abilities Testing
  4. Criminal History Check
  5. Employment Verification
  6. Education Verification

6. If you are hired and require training, you will become an IndyGo Driver/Operator Trainee and participate in CDL Skills Training:

  • CDL Skills Training is one week and takes place Monday through Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

7. Participate in IndyGo’s New-Hire Orientation & IndyGo’s Professional Driver/Operator Training Academy:

  • Attend New-Hire Orientation Day.
  • IndyGo Professional Driver/Operator Training Academy is eight – 10 weeks. The Academy is a mixed program of classroom learning and driving taught by our experienced training staff.
  • During this time, you will be given two chances to successfully pass the CDL Skills Exam, if applicable.

8. Begin providing important service to the people of Indianapolis with IndyGo!

  • Congratulations! After graduating from the IndyGo Professional Driver/Operator Training Academy, you will become a Professional IndyGo Driver/Operator.

Every day you go to work, you’re going to help someone.

Make a difference in your community in ways that directly benefit the people of your city — people who’ll depend on you, people you’ll be proud to serve. Represent the IndyGo system, person-to-person, face-to-face, and launch a rewarding, new career as an IndyGo Professional Driver/Operator.

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Contact Us:
Call: 317.614.9212
Email: careers@indygo.net