CDL Truck Driving Trainer
Responsible for teaching CDL truck driving courses and assessing learning outcomes in the assigned discipline of the Truck Driving Program.
GREAT Full-Time employee BENEFITS: Retirement & savings plans: 9.44% Employer contribution to the employee’s retirement**Annual Paid time off (PTO): Starting at 160 hrs of vacation, 112 hrs sick, 16 hrs personal11 Paid Holidays annuallyInternal Tuition Reimbursement for employee, spouse and dependent children.Professional Development funds availableYMCA membership discount ($7 monthly for single plan)Medical, dental and vision options ($0 monthly premium for single coverage)Employer-paid Life insuranceLong term disability (LTD)Employee Assistance Program (EAP)Professional Development opportunities
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- High School Diploma or GED is required.
- CDL license and a certified medical card are required with 2 years industry experience as a driver in the trucking industry.
- Familiarity of DOT log procedures and CDL industry regulations.
Typical Duties and Responsibilities
- Instruct courses in accordance with outcomes identified in established course outcomes. Teaching assignments may include varying delivery formats and methods.
- Assure that student outcomes are achieved in each course.
- Evaluate and record student performance and achievement on a regular basis and provide regular student feedback.
- Coordinate student training and meets with students as necessary.
- Refer students to Academic Support and Student Services as needed and meet recommended student/instructional accommodations as required.
- Assist college in the recruitment and retention of students.
- Maintain professionalism in a instructional environment.
- Maintain a safe environment for students and EICC staff.
- Teaching/training experience.
- Ability to use a variety of hand tools and job specific tools
- Lifting up to 50 pounds to a height of three feet
- Perform all normal and expected duties of a skilled trade
- Lifting, kneeling, squatting, climbing, crawling, stooping, turning/twisting, balancing, reaching and handling with varying frequencies
- Frequent lifting and carrying, pushing, or pulling objects