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Company: CCRI
Location: Warwick, RI
Career Level: Entry Level
Industries: Government, Nonprofit, Education

Description

Provide Instruction to new, unlicensed Motorcyclists who are getting certified for a RI Motorcycle License. This is a part-time position with a flexible schedule. Classes are offered nearly every day from April through October. Potential candidates would be teaching the 16.5-hour Basic Rider Education Course mandated by the State of RI. Successful candidates would be responsible for instructing the classroom and riding portion of the training program, which prepares students for the road.

Teaching a motorcycle safety course is physically demanding. It requires long hours, inclement weather, standing for extended periods of time, walking approximately 5 miles in the course of a day, continuous bending and stooping to place cones, and sometimes the need to push inoperable motorcycles for distances up to ¼ mile.



Duties and Responsibilities

• Engage in high-quality instruction in a diverse, inclusive, environment.
• Prepare and deliver effective lesson plans and provide supplemental material to achieve course objectives and address student needs.
• Integrate technology and active learning strategies to enhance instruction.
• Use technology to enhance instruction, communicate effectively with students and colleagues and complete program record keeping and reporting requirements.
• Understand the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and adhere to CCRI's policies and procedures for responding to student requests for accommodations.
• Keep detailed and organized records of students' attendance, assessments, and progress.
• Attend in-service training, program meetings and other program-related events as needed.
• Maintain positive rapport with the public, CCRI students, community and promote motorcycle safety and safety equipment.
• Stay current with First Aid training and CPR certification and be prepared to respond to crashes
• Wear appropriate apparel and safety gear on the street and while instructing on the range.
• Maintain classroom and equipment as appropriate.
• Maintain all Motorcycle Safety Foundation Certifications and adhere to Rider Coach Rules of Professional conduct.
• Meet MSF Standards and follow the Rider Coach Code of Ethics as well as the RIREP Policy guide.


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