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Non-emergency medical van driver

Accounting manager

Router and Dispatcher – NKC

Transportation Coordinator

Assistant Transportation Coordinator

Dispatch Specialist

Office Specialist

Our culture

What’s it like being part of the Assisted Transportation team?

Watch this video for a peek inside and learn about what makes Assisted a great place to work.

What’s it like to work at Assisted?

Inspiring, challenging, supportive, and more! Hear from just a few of our dedicated team members about their experiences working with Assisted.

“My son rode this van for his program…and I was like, they did a great job with him. I’m going to reach out and see if they need an aide.”

— Laurie, van driver and trainer

“You’ve got good company around. You’ve got different drivers who kind of look out for each other. The staff is great.”

— Jerry, van driver

“That is heartwarming, that they trust me and their parents trust me to pick them up, put them on my transit, and bring them home safely every day.”

— Taharia, van driver

“It’s a way to give back to people in the community. It’s a job that keeps you intellectually challenged and engaged.”

— Rob, van driver

Frequently asked questions

What is the workday like for Assisted drivers?

Our drivers provide specialized transportation operating minivans, full-sized vans, and shuttle buses. All vehicles are equipped with GPS technology, security cameras, and communication devices that keep drivers and dispatchers connected.

Our services and drivers are separated into two divisions: Medical and Student.

Employees in our Student division transport students, including students with special needs, to and from school, job sites, and other locations throughout the day. Drivers may work either straight or split shifts.

Employees in our Medical division work with hospitals, dialysis clinics, nursing facilities, and private individuals to provide transportation for ambulatory, wheelchair, and stretcher-bound clients for medical appointments, hospital discharges, and other outings. Drivers may work weekday or weekend shifts.

What are the requirements to become an Assisted driver?

Van drivers are responsible for loading and securing passengers and transporting them to their destination safely and on time.

Requirements for both Medical and School drivers include:

  • Must be at least 23 years old
  • Have a valid driver’s license – a CDL is not required
  • Have an excellent driving record
  • Pass a physical exam
  • Pass a drug screen
  • Pass a criminal background screening
What are the requirements to become an Assisted aide?

Van aides are responsible for loading and securing passengers in the van, and maintaining a safe environment.

Requirements for Student aides include:

  • Must be at least 18 years old
  • Pass a physical exam
  • Pass a drug screen
  • Pass a criminal background screening
Are benefits available?

Yes! Benefits for Medical and School drivers and aides include:

  • Competitive pay with retention bonuses and annual performance increases
  • Vision, dental, and life insurance, Employee Assistance Program, and 401k
  • Options for part-time or full-time employment and flexible schedules
  • Paid training (including CPR and first aid)
  • Weekly pay
  • Uniforms provided
  • Operating newer equipment
  • Knowing you provide a valuable service to your community