Via Mobility Services is a vibrant, accomplished nonprofit with a culture built on four key values:
Via’s mission-driven team members have a common goal to promote independence and self-sufficiency for people with limited mobility. We do this by providing caring, customer-focused transportation options.
Since 1979, Via has helped tens of thousands of seniors and people with disabilities live more independent lives.
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Discover what it’s like to drive with Via’s different service divisions – Via Paratransit, HOP, Access-a-Ride, and FlexRide:Via Paratransit HOP Access-a-Ride FlexRide
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Rest assured that you will be fully prepared before working with customers and supported along the way.
One of the most fun parts is learning to maneuver carefully through a cone course, he says.
New drivers will also learn how to support people with disabilities who use a variety of mobility devices.
Cecilia Younger was a Via driver before she became a trainer. That experience helps her anticipate and understand the needs of drivers.
She values being responsive and making sure drivers know the training team is always there for them.
Operations Specialist John Heins has been working at Via for several years in a variety of roles.
Now he supervises and supports HOP drivers, helping them be safe, prepared, and successful on the road.
Safety Specialist Ashley Patterson oversees safety regulations and helps drivers with safety concerns.
She prefers in-person conversations to help her understand and document any accidents that happen on the road.
She’s also the person drivers go to if they sustain an injury and need modified duties.
Lead Bus Detailer Claire Brown takes pride in keeping Via’s vans, shuttles, and buses clean and tidy. After all, the vehicles are drivers’ home away from home.
In addition to liking to drive, applicants should be patient, kind, and open to a little adventure, she says.