Working for Arriva London as a bus driver isn’t just another driving job, it is an important career choice.
To become a professional PCV driver, as well as excellent driving skills, you need to be passionate about customer service, love working with the immense variety of people who live and work in London, be able to stay calm under pressure and use your initiative.
Our drivers are the life blood of Arriva London, they are our front line staff whose actions ultimately determine the quality of the service we provide. Their professional attitude along with the excellent training means they are able to consistently display the skills needed to keep Arriva London’s passengers moving 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
As an Arriva London bus driver you will enjoy all the benefits and support of working for one of Europe’s largest transport providers, yet still experience a friendly close knit community atmosphere at the local garage. We offer an attractive salary package with annual holidays and free travel for you and your partner on London’s Buses and Underground system.
Click on the links to the right of this page to find out more about our recruitment and training process and click here to see what some of our existing drivers have to say about their role within the Arriva London Team.
Published : Wed 4th Jun 2014 - Tue 1st Dec 2015
We are currently looking to recruit multi skilled vehicle engineers to inspect, diagnose, maintain and repair Arriva vehicles.
Reporting into the Chief Engineer, the Purchasing and Supply Manager will be responsible for the management of the Warehousing, Purchasing, material requirements planning and Logistics functions for Arriva London and provide the interface between Arriva London Procurement and other Arriva UK Bus Procurement teams.
Controllers will be mainly based in the iBus control centres with garage / road based work from any location from within Arriva London.
Assistant Engineering Managers are part of a team led by the Engineering Director who work together to resolve the practical and engineering issues facing the London fleet.