Driver Trainer - Class 1 - Part Time

Safety and Compliance Edmonton, Alberta


Description

We are looking for an experienced and professional Class 1 Truck Driver in Edmonton to Train, Coach and Mentor New Drivers who have little to no Class 1 driving experience. If you are looking for an opportunity to give back and teach valuable driving skills to new drivers this is the job for you!

 

Schedule: Varies, Part Time, up to 20 hours per week

 

Why work for Canada Cartage

  • Competitive Mileage & Hourly Pay Rates
  • Weekly Premiums paid for training drivers
  • Flexible Part Time Schedule
  • Work Life Balance
  • Modern, well maintained Fleet; professionally detailed, inside and out, on a regular basis
  • $2,250 New Hire Bonus
  • Stability; Steady Hours and consistent year round work
  • Safety-oriented company with a safety program in place
  • Opportunities for career advancements through training and development
  • Company perks such as company phone, uniform/safety boot allowance and discount programs for gym memberships, auto services, cell phone plans, etc.
  • Work with a company named "Canada's Best Employer 2018" in Transportation & Logistics by Forbes


General Requirements:

  • Hold a valid Class 1 license with minimum 5 years of verifiable commercial driving experience
  • Instructor certification an asset
  • Must provide a Clean 5 year Commercial Drivers abstract (restrictions apply)
  • Must be able to drive manual transmission; training may be provided to the right candidate
  • Criminal Record Check required
  • Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds unassisted
  • Ability to work a variety of flexible shifts
  • Demonstrated experience working in cross-cultural environments

 

If you meet the above qualification, please respond to this job posting and attach your current resume and/or Commercial Driver Abstract.

We would like to thank all those expressing an interest in this position; however only qualified candidates will be contacted.

 

 Committed to employment equity, Canada Cartage encourages applications from Aboriginal people, members of visible minority groups and women

 

 


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