Trolley Driver Needed

Posted: 07/23/2023

Trolley Driver

This position will be responsible for driving the Can-Do Coldwell Banker Trolleys for themed tours, downtown circulator routes, and private rentals.

The Fun Part! The ideal candidate:

• Enjoys learning facts about Downtown Fayetteville history to share with  trolley riders.
• Stays in the know about the best places to eat, play, and shop in Downtown Fayetteville and the surrounding area. 
• Takes pride in driving and maintaining one of the most fun and unique vehicles  in town. 
• Has a playful sense of humor and enjoys engaging with the general public.
• Is content with downtime during occasional ridership lulls, perhaps using that  time to think of fun ways to promote the trolley.
• Is responsive, communicative, and kind!
Minimum Qualifications: 
▪ Applicants must have a CDL license with a passenger endorsement and air brake endorsement, a clean driving record, and be able to pass a background check.
▪ Applicants should be customer service oriented and comfortable working with  all demographics.
▪ Applicants must have Friday evening and Saturday availability for regularly scheduled circulator. Some weekday availability is a plus for private rentals, but  not required.

Additional Information
This job is part-time at less than 20 hours a week. The number of hours available to work varies seasonally and according to the driver's availability and private rental schedule.

Wage: $13 -$15/hour  

To Apply: Email cover letter & resume to

About Us: The Cool Spring Downtown District Inc. is a charitable, nonprofit corporation formed in 2017 to create and sustain an arts and entertainment district located in downtown Fayetteville, North Carolina, as a vibrant center of artistic, cultural, civic, and commercial activity. The Cool Spring Downtown District itself—Fayetteville’s growing destination for art and entertainment—is a 0.55 square mile district in the central core of the city. The District hosts over 100 businesses and award-winning restaurants, nationally renowned museums, a growing residential population, and over $150 million in public/private investment. Website:

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