Part time work. Hours and days of work are worked out between the instructor and the company, but this is not designed to be a full time job. Preference given to applicants with teaching and training experience. We train you extensively.
Driversed.com seeks an Instructor to work within Clayton, Henry, Fayette, Newton, and Rockdale counties, Georgia. We're the fastest growing driving school in Georgia. We pay for fuel, insurance, and maintenance for our late-model cars. Instructors are employees rather than independent contractors. Only candidates who live in those named counties will be considered. We do not hire applicants who work for or who have worked for other private driving schools or for public school driver education programs except for those with police driving training experience. Must be at least age 25.
Applicants need excellent social skills and must be friendly, have unlimited patience, be calm and supportive, and must want to make a difference in our students' lives. We're the very best at teaching students to be skilled, safe, defensive drivers who can be crash free. Pay is $37.50 per lesson. Every lesson is two hours long. This is behind-the-wheel work; we do not conduct classroom training.
Must complete the State of Georgia's Department of Driver Services Driver Training Instructor certification qualification process, finishing with a half-day classroom session and final examination in Conyers.
We provide complete professional instructor training at no cost to you. This takes place during a defined number of sessions at various times over the course of a month or more and typically takes 40 hours. Training is arranged flexibly around a candidate's available time to participate in it and takes place reasonably near the candidate's residential location. In addition, candidates complete our 30-hour driver education online course at no cost.
Training begins after the candidate completes the State's application. There is no pay or reimbursement for time or expenses incurred during training. Candidates must be readily trainable and willing to learn to teach people to drive our way. We use detailed lesson plans and teaching techniques.
See www.DriversEd.com and learn more about us.