CHICAGO (CBS) — From clerks to cleaners, Metra plans to hire more than 100 people in the coming weeks for what it calls “an expected increase in ridership.”
The rail agency is also looking to refill some jobs left vacant when the pandemic started.READ MORE: Chicago Weather: Dry And Quiet Tuesday Night
The jobs will be posted online beginning May 3. The hiring will take place between the spring and fall.
“We want to make sure we are properly staffed to meet the needs of our riders as more and more of them begin returning to our trains,” said Metra Executive Director/CEO Jim Derwinski. “Metra is always looking for talented people who thrive in a challenging and fast-paced industry. Our most important resource is a committed and diverse team that brings together a wealth of knowledge, skill and experience.”Riviera Country Club In Orland Park Ordered Closed; Couples Say They Put Down Money With Operator Who Turned Out To Be Convicted Scammer
Anyone wanting to a job can go to Metra’s careers page, which can be reached through metrarail.com/about-metra/careers.
Metra will be hiring more than 100 workers to prepare for an expected increase in ridership and to fill some positions that were left vacant. The positions will be posted and open to online applicants starting May 3. View the news release here: https://t.co/agtailiW5f pic.twitter.com/OGqUyCrOIP
— Metra (@Metra) April 27, 2021MORE NEWS: Concert Venue Metro Requiring Proof Of COVID-19 Vaccination For All Events