The Manitoba Public Insurance Corporation

  • Driver Education Instructors

    Job Locations CA-MB-Various
    Job ID
  • Overview

    Part-time contract positions available


    Steer your career and the future of road safety in the right direction. As a Driver Education Instructor, you will be responsible for the driver education of high school students in your area. In-class and/or in-car instructor opportunities may be available, dependent upon location.


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    • Schedule and deliver classroom instruction to high school students. Flexible to schedule class times as required.
    • Administer course testing, including Class 5 knowledge test and vision screening.
    • Maintain records for payment and processing.
    • Enter test results, participation and attendance in driver education system.



    • Schedule and deliver in-car driver training to high school students.
    • Maintain records for payment and processing.
    • Responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of vehicle.
    • Enter student progress into driver education system.

    Education & Experience

    • Completion of high school.
    • Instructor permit preferred (or willingness to acquire certification — training provided).
    • Professional driver training course is an asset.
    • Some experience facilitating training/workshops in large group settings.
    • Some experience working with high school students.
    • Experience driving a passenger vehicle, bus, or truck is an asset.
    • Experience coaching youth is an asset.

    Special Skills & Requirements

    • Class 5F (full) licence for at least three years.
    • Clean driving record.
    • Satisfactory Criminal Record and Child Abuse Registry check.
    • Excellent oral communication and interpersonal skills.
    • Computer skills and regular access to computer and internet.
    • Strong skills in MS Office Suite products.


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