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Help us maintain bus stops, rail stations, and facilities!


We're looking for enthusiastic people for fulfilling careers at Metro Transit as public facilities workers, maintenance workers, building technicians, and janitors. Depending on your role, you will help power wash our stops and stations and vehicle facilities; repair, replace, and monitor crucial lighting, safety and HVAC equipment; and remove debris and snow from critical locations, ensuring our world-class transit system keeps moving! Starting pay begins between $21+/hr. and $37+/hr. (depending on position) with benefits and a $4,000 hiring bonus.

  • $4,000 hiring bonus 
  • $2,000 after 30 days of employment 
  • $2,000 after probation completion (6 months)

Facilities Maintenance positions

Building Maintenance Technician

Helps maintain 1.7 million square feet of office and industrial space in 10 primary locations. Maintains and repairs – ranging from rebuilding, fabricating, and operating heavy equipment for landscape and snow removal to operating sophisticated automated HVAC systems. Must have Minnesota 1st Class C boiler's license to apply.

Starting pay begins at $37.80/hr. Apply now! 

Public Facilities Worker

Maintain and clean public facilities, transit centers, and Park & Ride facilities. Ability to operate lawn care equipment up to 24 inches wide, including push mowers, weed whips, and leaf blowers. Snow removal equipment will be used as well as industrial cleaning equipment like power washers. Starting pay begins at $21.56/hr. Apply now!

Public Facilities Maintenance

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Janitorial Worker

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We believe our employees are a key to our agency's success! Employees receive great wages and a highly competitive benefits package both in choice and coverage levels. Some highlights: 

  • Guaranteed monthly retirement income through Minnesota State Retirement System pension fund
  • Opportunity to save additional funds for retirement on a tax-deferred basis through a voluntary deferred compensation (457) plan
  • Two or more medical plans from which to choose, with employer contribution towards premiums over 80%
  • Dental insurance, life insurance, and vision insurance

These benefits are provided to all employees as part of working for the Council. You will have access to free:

  • Well@Work clinic
  • Transit pass valued at over $1,200 per year
  • Parking at job locations
  • Fitness centers at many job locations
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Extensive health and wellness programs and resources