CDL - Driver Education Instructor

CDL Driver Education Instructor
Job Summary
The Driver's Education Instructor works under the direction of the Tri-Area Trucking School Director and provide quality delivery of assigned courses using approved curriculum. Instructors may use classroom, garage and driving situations as methods of delivering curriculum.
Instructors are responsible for preparing progress reports, providing adequate meeting time with students, and performing related work as required.
Instructors should be highly knowledgeable about the subject matter for the specific course(s) they are assigned to teach and maintain expertise in the subject area. This position is based in Freeland, MI.
Job Duties and Responsibilities
Leads and manages students in the classroom
Utilizes contemporary teaching strategies and practices
Provides timely, detailed and individual feedback on all assignments
Communicates, supports, and enforces school policies and procedures.
Maintains a professional attitude and online presence at all times and follows Tri-Area Trucking School/Ross Education Code of Ethics and Faculty Code of Conduct.
Accurately records grades and successful completion of proficiencies
Works additional time, as needed, for individual student needs
Completes all new faculty training
Attends formal and informal faculty/staff meetings
Informs Director immediately of unsatisfactory academic student progress, discipline or attitude problems, and occurrences that warrant discussion
Participates in school events regarding student retention and placement
Performs related work as required
Adheres to continuing education and/or professional growth requirements of the State of Michigan and provides proof of such requirements to Tri-Area Trucking School
Attends a minimum of two in-service activities per fiscal year (July 1 to June 30)
1 year or more of truck driving experience, 1 year or more of CDL
Valid State of Michigan CDL License
Must be able to qualify for a State of Michigan Driver's Education Certificate in Truck Driving Training ( see requirements below)
And All Instructors must have:
Ability to communicate effectively
Knowledge of materials (subjects) that will be taught to students and ability to use and communicate Tri Area Trucking School curriculum
Excellent interpersonal skills
Attention to detail and a passion for quality
Basic computer skills in Microsoft Office, database usage for attendance and student records
Ability to adapt quickly and keep focus through accelerated program time-frame
Demonstrates professionalism in manner and conduct as a representative of Ross and a student mentor
Adherence to Tri Area Trucking School/Ross Education Code of Conduct and Professional Ethics
Previous experience teaching or presenting information in a semi-formal setting
Current Driver Education Instructor Certification from the State of Michigan
Driver Education Instructor Certification Requirements for Truck Driver Training in the State of Michigan
To qualify for a driver education instructor certificate from the Secretary of State an applicant must:
Be at least 21 years of age.
Possess a valid driver license that has been in continuous effect for not less than 5 years immediately preceding the application.
Provide a statement indicating whether the applicant has applied for a driver education instructor certificate in this or any other state, and the result of that application.
Provide a statement indicating whether the applicant has previously had a driver education instructor certificate revoked or suspended in this state or any other state.
Complete a criminal history check.
Certify there is no pending criminal matter or outstanding arrest, warrant, or conviction since submitting a request for a criminal history check.
Submit a $45.00 nonrefundable application-processing fee.
Submit a certified medical examination report that is not older than 90 days that is prepared by a physician, physician's assistant, or certified nurse practitioner.
Beginning January 1, 2008, a driver education instructor application for teen or adult driver training must submit an official transcript from an approved college, university, or person to verify the completion of a driver education instructor preparation program as described in section 23 of PA 384 of 2006.
Other information and documents as requested by the Secretary of State to determine an applicant's qualifications for certification.
Driver education providers may not employ a person as an instructor until the person has been certified by the Secretary of State. Instructor certification applicants may not begin providing training (classroom or behind-the-wheel) to students until a certificate has been issued.
The driver education certificate is the official identification of an instructor and when presented to a student assures them that the instructor is certified. The certificate must be displayed in a location that is in view of the students.
Driving Record Requirements
Instructor certification applicants must possess a driving record that is consistent with standards established in section 61 of PA 384 of 2006 (MCL 256.681). These standards include the following:
1. Has not received a conviction for which 4 or more points were assessed under MCL 257.320a within the 5 years preceding the date the application was submitted; or
2. Within the 2 years preceding the date the application was submitted:
Has not had 3 or more driver license denials, suspensions, or revocations, or any combination, imposed by the Secretary of State for the failure to appear in court (FAC) or a failure to comply with a court judgment (FCJ) within the prior 2 years before application.
Has not received a conviction or finding of responsibility for a traffic violation in connection with 2 or more motor vehicle accidents.
Has not accumulated 6 or more points under MCL 257.320.
Transportation or possession of open alcohol container in vehicle.
Person less than 21 years of age with any bodily alcohol content.
Careless or negligent driving resulting in civil infraction.
If an instructor certification applicant moved to Michigan from another state during the 3-year period preceding the date on the instructor certification application and was issued a driver license by that state, a certified copy of the applicant's driving record from the prior state of residence must be submitted with the instructor certification application.
Out of State Driver License
A driver education certification instructor applicant who is not a resident of the state must submit an up-to-date certified driving record from the applicant's state of residence to the Secretary of State. The applicant must agree in a manner as prescribed by the Secretary of State to submit an up-to-date certified driving record every 60 days for as long as the applicant is not a resident of this state.
Criminal History Checks
The secretary of state shall automatically deny an original or renewal application for a driver education provider or instructor certificate, and shall automatically revoke a provider or instructor certificate without the necessity for notice and an opportunity for a hearing, if a criminal history check indicates a conviction of a violation or attempted violation of any of the following:
Criminal sexual conduct, assault with intent to commit criminal sexual conduct, or an attempt to commit criminal sexual conduct, in any degree under MCL 750.520b to 750.520g.
A felony involving a criminal assault or battery on an individual.
A crime involving felonious assault on a child, child abuse in the first degree, cruelty, torture, or indecent exposure involving a child.
A felony involving the manufacture, distribution, or dispensing of a controlled substance or possession with intent to manufacture, distribute, or dispense a controlled substance.
A felony conviction involving fraud as an element of the crime.
A denial or revocation shall continue for not less than 10 years from the date of the conviction.
Information at the State of Michigan in regards to Driver's Education standards are here .
Tri Area Trucking School is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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