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Department of Maryland Transit Administration
Paul J. Wiedefeld, MTA Administrator
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Employment at the MTA

MTA Human Resources      Office hours: 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
6 Saint Paul Street, 5th Fl.
Baltimore, Md. 21202  

Are you ready to become one of the "People Moving People"?

The Maryland Transit Administration has a staff of over 3,400 employees covered by several collective bargaining agreements, a budget of nearly $720 million, and provides nearly 350,000 trips daily. These trips are provided through a transit system, which includes Bus, Metro-Subway, Light Rail, Commuter Rail, and Paratransit services. The MTA also provides planning resources and funding for Maryland's freight rail system and to Locally Operated Transit Systems in the State's 24 sub-divisions.

The Maryland Transit Administration is looking for dynamic, energetic people to become part of our team! We are a fast paced, mission-oriented organization committed to providing excellent transit service to the Maryland public. We are constantly looking for customer oriented team members who will provide safe, reliable, and responsive transit service to the riding public. We are constantly seeking qualified candidates for various vacancies including: bus operators, mechanics and other skilled trades people, engineers, police and many more.

What jobs are available and how do you apply?

There is now an exciting and new way to instantly apply for a vacant position at the MTA. By clicking the link below you will be directed to the Maryland Department of Transportation's (MDOT) Online Employment Center.

Please take a few moments to complete the three (3) step registration process in order to apply to vacancies: 1.Register; 2. Complete your entire employment profile; and 3. apply to current jobs. It is imperative that you complete the entire employment profile before applying or your application may not be submitted properly. You must have a valid email address to register (see suggestions for free email on site). Once you complete your profile you will not be required to fill out an application now or in the future unless you wish to apply by mail. You will have to simply find a vacancy and apply. This does not apply to our union positions which at this time will still require you to submit a paper MJ-45. Please read the entire job vacancy announcement carefully to determine which application you must submit.

So what are you waiting for? Go to the link below and start your career with the MTA.

To register for the Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) Online Employment Center and view the list of current job openings you can do so by clicking here. Once there, click the Current Job Openings link to view the list of current vacancies, but remember you must complete all three (3) steps of the registration process prior to applying.

You may also obtain an MDOT application to apply for a Career or Executive Service position within the MTA by clicking here. You may obtain an application (MJ-45) to apply for union positions by clicking here.

Please note that applications are only accepted on or before the closing date for a current recruitment, unless the recruitment is marked Open & Continuous. In the case of an Open & Continuous recruitment, applications are accepted on a continuous basis.

Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of applications, although you may attach additional information if necessary.

Appropriate auxiliary aids and services for qualified individuals with disabilities will be provided upon request.  After receiving test notification, please contact MTA's Employment Services organization at 410-767-3860 in advance so that we may make arrangements to accommodate your  needs.  For additional information and links to a wealth of employment and other resources available for individuals with disabilities please visit the following link below.
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The MTA thanks you for visiting our Employment Home Page and wishes you good luck in your job search!