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CDL Instructor/Examiner

Job Type:

Part Time

Job Overview & Description

General Description

The Adult Education Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) Instructor/Examiner position is a part time position. The main responsibility of this position is to provide theoretical and hands-on instruction to students in activities and competencies designed to promote social, intellectual and employment growth and to meet CDL class A or class B licensure requirements. The Instructor will be responsible for developing and conducting learning programs and associated materials for students with the ultimate goal of producing entry-skilled and employable students. This is an hourly position paid at a rate of $26.75 per hour.

Required Qualifications

The individual to be hired to the position of CDL Instructor/Examiner must meet the following conditions and qualifications:

  • Five years of verifiable experience as a CDL Driver.

  • Business/Industry, truck driving school, and/or apprenticeship.

  • Must maintain a valid CDL license with endorsements and current Medical Card.

  • CDL class A certification in truck driving, Third Party Testing Certificate

  • Must submit to regular Department of Transportation physicals and random drug/alcohol screens.

  • Meet all legal requirements, submit all clearances required by the School or established by law.

  • Ability to safely operate any of the Class “A” vehicles in fleet.

  • Able to use and maintain Equipment specific to truck driving.

  • Ability to effectively present information in small or large groups or individualized instruction.

  • Ability to write reports, take attendance and perform other customary paperwork associated with adult education.

  • Must be able to walk, bend, use hands, talk and hear, use audio-visual equipment and supplies.

  • Lift and/or move up to 25 pounds; the employee may occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.

About York Tech

For over 50 years, the York County School of Technology has provided high-quality, dynamic academic and technical education to its students. As a result, York Tech graduates are both career and college ready, and we have been ranked as the #1 comprehensive technical school in the state of Pennsylvania. We're proud to serve a diverse population of 1,700 students from 14 sending school districts in York County. You can learn more about our programs and students in the following videos.

Mission Statement

The York County School of Technology is dedicated to providing high quality, dynamic academic and technical education for students, emphasizing professional skills while fostering the development of compassionate, lifelong learners who appreciate unique differences of other individuals and cultures.

Shared Values

In order to accomplish our mission, the York Tech community has embraced six core values: professionalism, empathy, innovation, optimism, integrity, and perseverance.

Nondiscrimination Statement

The York County School of Technology does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs or activities. Inquiries may be directed to Mr. Gerry Mentz, Director of Student Services, at 2179 S. Queen Street; York, Pennsylvania 17402; 717-741-0820 x5108; or

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