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Bus Drivers in Wolfsburg, Germany

General requirements: EU28 citizens (non German residents), basic level of English, driving license D or D and D1/DE. 

Please find the vacancy with complete information here.

To apply: register on Your first EURES job/Reactivate platform and once you are registered and have completely filled in your CV, please send an email to jobmobility@cittametropolitanaroma.gov.it, indicating “ Bus Drivers in Wolfsburg” in the object.

 

Bus Driver in Nanterre (France).

General requirements: EU28 citizens (non french residents), driving license D and FIM, basic level of French and English languages. 

Please find the vacancy with complete information here.

To apply: register on Your first EURES job/Reactivate platform and once you are registered and have completely filled in your CV, please send an email to jobmobility@cittametropolitanaroma.gov.it, indicating “ Bus Driver in France” in the object.

 

Transport Manager in Austria

Opportunity for Transport Managers in Wörgl, Austria.

Requirements: EU28 citizens (non Austrian residents), school diploma/university degree or work experience.

Language knowledge update (August 2019): we are currently looking for the following profiles (advanced knowledge):

ITALIAN + ENGLISH

ITALIAN + ENGLISH + GERMAN

SPANISH + ENGLISH + GERMAN

Please find the vacancy with complete information here.

To apply: register on Reactivate/YfEj Platform and once you are registered and have completely filled in your CV, please send an email to info@reactivatejob.eu, indicating "Transport Manager - Austria" in the subject. 

 

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