Bus Ad Installer

Providence, RI
Full Time
Mid Level

About Us 

Here at Vector Media, we lead the forefront of innovation in transit advertising. Since our inception in 1998, Vector Media has been at the cutting edge of transforming transit advertising into a dynamic arena for brand engagement and efficient reach to millions of Americans. Headquartered in NYC, our reach extends across the nation with offices and assets in over 50 markets.

Vector Media started with a vision to break the traditional OOH advertising mold by elevating transit advertising into a creative and data-informed medium. From city streets to transit systems, from digital billboards to unique experiential activations, our campaigns capture attention and create memorable interactions.

At Vector Media, we believe in the power of OOH advertising to not just reach people, but to move them. Our work covers a wide range of needs, from local businesses to global brands, each with its own story of impact and engagement. Our commitment to excellence and innovation has earned us trust and accolades within the industry and from our clients.

In a world where advertising spaces are cluttered, Vector Media stands out by making every message count.

What We Value 

  • Creativity 
  • Collaboration 
  • Thoughtfulness 
  • Accountability 
  • Growth 
  • Fun

Position Summary 

Vector Media is searching for a trusted and diligent Bus and Bus Shelter Ad Installer to join our Operations team in Providence, Rhode Island. This position is an integral part of our local day-to-day operations of our advertising program. The primary functions of the Bus Ad Installer are to complete and record the installation, maintenance, and removal of advertising graphics on vehicles and fixtures (including buses, bus shelters, and stations) throughout Providence and the surrounding area. Work is predominantly outdoors. Weekend work may be required on occasion. 

  • Day & Night positions are available. Generally, Night positions are from 10pm - 6am. This is subject to variance.
  • Full-Time & Part-Time positions are available.

Who You Are 

  • Dependable and reliable 
  • Professional 
  • Hard-working 
  • A good communicator 
  • A team player who is also able to work independently

What You’ll Bring 

  • A positive attitude and a commitment to quality work 
  • High school diploma or equivalent. 
  • Valid driver’s license and MVR in good standing. 
  • Experience installing vinyl wraps or advertisements is preferred but is not required, on the job training will be provided. 
  • Effective written and verbal communication skills. 
  • Self-motivation, ability to work independently and work well with others.
  • Willingness to work overtime including weekends 
  • A smart phone and/or tablet for correspondence and documentation of completion of work. Phone stipend provided.

What You’ll Do 

  • Travel locally to and from worksites. 
  • Install, maintain, and remove self-adhesive, direct application vinyl graphics and posters in accordance with company standards. 
  • Keep detailed records of work completed. 
  • Provide daily photos for project installations and/or removals of graphics.
  • Maintain neat and orderly work sites and trucks. 
  • Maintain a clean and safe work environment. 
  • On occasion, day travel regionally to and from worksites.

Vector Media is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, age, national origin, ethnic background, disability, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.


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