The Commercial Driver Trainer will provide classroom and on-the-road training to individuals seeking to obtain a Commercial Drivers License (CDL). The Trainer will assume all duties required for preparing students to pass the Secretary of State license exam. Typical responsibilities will include classroom review of the Secy of State CDL test manual, vehicle maneuvering techniques, over-the-road in-vehicle training, vehicle inspection, and routine vehicle maintenance
Description of Essential Functions:
The CDL Trainer must be well organized and have good communication and interpersonal skills. The CDL Trainer must maintain a current CDL License and a clear driving record.
Specific Functional Job Requirements
Education: High School Degree/GED Experience: 3 or more years of professional over-the-road driving experience. Knowledge and Skills: Good communication skills with strong working knowledge of commercial truck operation, safety, and maintenance.
Machines & Equipment Used:
Commercial tractor-trailer combination vehicles.
General Employment Statement:
A. Length of Training and Probationary Period: 90 days B. Hours of Work Week: 30 hours C. Group Affiliation: Part-time D. Conditions of Employment: Board Policy E. Position: part-time, nonexempt F. Source of Funding: Annual Program Revenue