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MBTA Careers

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If you’re looking for a rewarding challenge to build your career, consider working for the MBTA. Whether you love planning projects, operating vehicles, keeping people safe—or any of the many focus areas in between—your work can impact the way people travel throughout Greater Boston.

Take a look at the opportunities below to learn how you can join our team.

The MBTA makes reasonable accommodations for applicants with disabilities. If you require an accommodation during this process, please contact the MBTA's ADA Unit at 617-222-5751.

Why Work at the T?

The MBTA offers a wide variety of career and growth opportunities, competitive salaries, extensive healthcare benefits, training programs, tuition assistance, employee assistance programs, diversity, equity, and inclusion events, and more.

We even offer free public transit to all employees because we understand the benefit of leaving your car parked at home and reducing your carbon footprint.

Take a look below to learn more about the benefits available at the MBTA.

Insurance

  • Health insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Long-term disability insurance
  • Dental and vision insurance

Learn more about insurance benefits

Competitive Wages

  • Paid vacation, sick time, and holidays
  • Flexible spending accounts
  • Retirement plans

Education Benefits

  • MassDot University training and development courses
  • Tuition reimbursement program (EAP)

Learn more about other MBTA benefits

Helpful Resources

Connect With Us

Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority

Human Resources Department
10 Park Plaza, Suite 4810
Boston, MA 02116

Phone: 617-222-5855
Email: hr@mbta.com

Job Alerts

A crew woman at night along the Blue Line tracks, with a headlamp and safety vest

Interested in joining the MBTA? Sign up for job alerts, and we'll let you know when new roles become available. 

Employee Innovators

Road Control Supervisors Dorsey Dugan and Brian Clifford, who helped design Skate, a mobile dispatching app for bus inspectors

Are you an MBTA employee with an innovative idea? We want to hear from you.

Job Alerts

A crew woman at night along the Blue Line tracks, with a headlamp and safety vest

Interested in joining the MBTA? Sign up for job alerts, and we'll let you know when new roles become available. 

Employee Innovators

Road Control Supervisors Dorsey Dugan and Brian Clifford, who helped design Skate, a mobile dispatching app for bus inspectors

Are you an MBTA employee with an innovative idea? We want to hear from you.