Now Recruiting Trainee Driver Educators
- May 22, 2023
- Posted by: admin
- Category: Careers
Looking to make a difference in people’s lives?
Steer towards a brighter future with Roadcraft
If you know a thing or two about getting safely from A to B, a career with Roadcraft could be right in your lane. Join the team that’s helped Australians get where they’re going safely for over 40 years, making a positive difference and helping reduce road trauma.
Help people of all ages and backgrounds learn driving techniques and principles that can save lives and make the roads safer for everyone.
Our Team Culture
A not-for-profit, community organisation, our reputation is respected far and wide for its great team culture — a big reason why we have so many long-standing employees.
What will you be doing?
As a Roadcraft Driver Educator, variety comes with the job. With a world-class, brand new driver training facility we have lots of different courses and course participants. In short, a Driver Educator delivers our curriculums to groups and individuals looking to learn how to drive safely across a range of principles.
No Qualifications? No worries!
Roadcraft provides full on the job training, footing the bill for your Certificate IV Qualifications needed for you to become a Driver Educator.
What you’ll need:
– Current open driver’s licence
– Blue Card for suitability for working with children and young people
– Have or be prepared to obtain:
– Certificate IV in Training and Assessment – TAE40116
– Certificate IV in Transport and Logistics (Road Transport – Car Driving Instruction) – TLI41218
What you’ll bring:
– Eagerness to learn the Roadcraft curriculum, methodology and philosophy.
– Interpersonal skills and a friendly approach to teaching
– A commitment to self-development and pursuing improvement through feedback and review
– Good problem solving skills
– Effective communication skills both verbal and written
– Excellent organisational and time management skills
– Enjoy working in a team environment and workplace culture.
What to Expect as a Trainee Driver Educator at Roadcraft. You’ll Need to:
– Attend training and learn the course content
– Familiarise yourself with the Roadcraft Training Manual and “Toward Developing Safer, More Aware & Attentive Drivers”
– Participate in Roadcraft driver education courses, initially as an observer and then as a Trainee Educator, additional to the required Educator:Participant ratio
– Endeavour to always protect clients from risk, adopting the proactive approach to individual risk management situations directed by your Supervisor
– Develop and foster a sound and effective working relationship with all driver education clients
– Take a positive approach to the introduction and delivery of new course material or other such changes in course content
Benefits of Joining The Roadcraft Team
At Roadcraft we work hard, treat each other with respect, and work together to overcome challenges.
A close knit group, we support each other – you’ll never find yourself teaching an unknown course or being put on the spot. In fact, everyone on the team has started out as a Trainee Driver Educator so we all know how it feels to be learning the ropes.
Other benefits include the opportunity to travel (if you want to!) with expenses and allowances paid, your uniform and PPE provided, and a free Roadcraft course for immediate family members.
With a competitive flat, casual hourly rate reviewed quarterly, your super is also paid on your gross earnings, putting you at an advantage over the current NES.
With us you can progress your career from Trainee to Senior Driver Educator.
Not to mention social events (bring your Plus One!), a genuinely friendly place to work, qualifications to last you a lifetime – and the knowledge that you’re helping to save lives on Australian roads.