Metro Access
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What is it like to work at Metro Access?

3.1
Work/Life Balance
2.7
Compensation/Benefits
2.7
Job Security/Advancement
2.8
Management
3.0
Culture

What are people saying about the leadership at Metro Access?

59%
of employees approve of CEO’s performance
CEO Approval is based on 44 ratings
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3.0
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Written by Full Time Bus Operator (Former Employee) from Gaithersburg, MD on October 23, 2016
Good training. Knowledge of people with disabilities. knowledge of maps and GPS reading. You also know to load, secure, and unload clients with wheelchair. You learn how to operate the lift down and up.
This job allowed me to be acquainted with Montgomery County, PG county, Washington, DC, and close Virginia areas.
Pros
Handle people with disabilities. Operate Wheelchair lift. Knowledge of the tree states areas.
Cons
No benefits. Pay does not match the job duties.bad management.
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What are the top-rated locations & roles at Metro Access?

Top work locations
4.4
Silver Spring, MD
3.7
Capitol Heights, MD
3.6
Gaithersburg, MD
3.4
Washington, DC
3.2
Hyattsville, MD
Most popular roles
4.3
Transport Driver
4.1
Customer Service Representative
3.5
Driver
3.3
Owner Operator Driver
3.3
Dispatcher

What do employees say about Metro Access's culture and work-life balance?

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Quick-paced
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Relaxed
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Collaborative
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4.0
Bus service, Driving individuals with disabilities there locations.
Written by Driver (Current Employee) from Springfield, VA on January 26, 2018
I learned about the highways. Also how to secure a wheelchair.

Management was easy going.


Work place was layback. Interacting with others. most of the time peaceful.


The hardest part of the job, and was not really hard at all was securing wheels.s sometime two at one time.


The fun thing about this job to me work be the traveling.
Pros
learning more about the highways
Cons
12 to 14 hours daily spent. No time to spend with your family
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