MELT Training Instructor

Due to continued growth, we are currently seeking a Class 1 MELT certified Instructor to join our team. The MELT Training Instructor is responsible for the effective training to new drivers in a safe and controlled manner, while exhibiting a positive attitude. The instructor must demonstrate a “student-first” philosophy.

Job Duties:

  • Provide classroom sessions for new trainees;
  • Daily assessment of driving skills;
  • On the road evaluations;
  • Work independently and within a team environment;
  • Be accessible to drivers with any questions or concerns they may have with training & development.

Requirements:

  • MELT certified and able to pass the trainer certification with the Ministry of Transportation;
  • Knowledge of Highway Traffic Act and Emergency Procedures;
  • Valid Class 1 Driver’s License required;
  • Satisfactory Drivers Abstract required;
  • High School Diploma or GED preferred;
  • Winter driving experience is required.

Benefits:

  • Attractive compensation package including company paid medical & dental benefits;
  • Work-life balance and Employee Assistance Programs;
  • On the job training & development and career growth opportunities;
  • Employee referral program (up to $350 per successful referral);
  • Paid vacation and personal days.

To be considered for this role, please apply directly to our website: www.patersongrain.com/careers/

Truck Freight International (TFI) has been hauling agricultural commodities for the grain handling industry since 1998. We specialize in the transportation of dry-bulk commodities such as grains, oilseeds, pulses, fertilizer, feed, organic grains, and specialty products such as limestone and salt. Our fleet of trucks is strategically positioned across Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta and we also service the U.S. market. Our courteous staff, top-notch equipment, and deep knowledge of the agricultural industry make TFI a leader in bulk hauling.

Location:

Winnipeg, MB

Job type: Full-time

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