HOW TO APPLY
NJ TRANSIT is New Jersey's public transportation corporation, and the nation's third largest transit system. Our mission is to provide quality public transportation by serving our customers one trip at a time. As a vital link to the prosperity of the New Jersey – New York – Philadelphia region, we serve more than 200 million customer trips a year, bringing people to and from work, school and recreational activities in the tristate.
Our team of almost 11,000 employees across a wide range of trades, professions and crafts, prides themselves on serving the transportation needs of New Jerseyans every day. From our operations staff and frontline personnel, to the numerous back-office departments that keep the wheels turning, the people of NJ TRANSIT are what make the company a great place to build a career. NJ TRANSIT offers opportunities for growth and exceptional benefit packages in addition to rewarding and stable career paths. Find out for yourself why we say that NJ TRANSIT has more routes to success!
Please use the link below to access a NJ TRANSIT standard application. TYPE your personal information, then PRINT your application and mail it to the address listed on the top of the application or fax it to 201-649-1938.
NJT Employment Application
Please do NOT use the above application for a Locomotive Engineer, or Police Officer position. Click on "Other Opportunities" for Locomotive Engineer positions.
Please be advised that NJ TRANSIT conducts full background checks prior to hire.
We will only contact candidates under consideration.
NJ TRANSIT Police Department is not actively recruiting Police Officers at this time.
The State of New Jersey has a residence requirement. NJ TRANSIT will support an exemption for critical need positions. Approval from the Residence Committee is required.
NJ TRANSIT is an Equal Opportunity Employer
It is the policy of NJ TRANSIT to promote equal opportunity by providing service and employment through practices that ensure the full realization of equal opportunity without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, atypical hereditary cellular or blood trait, national origin, age, ancestry, creed, marital status, familial status, domestic partnership status, civil unions, veteran (including liability for service in the armed forces), disability or genetic status, including refusal to submit to a genetic test or to make available the results of a genetic test. More info