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Closes: Monday, July 1, 2019
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Be at least 21 years of age, High School or GED/High School Equivalency Diploma, have at least two years of continuous experience operating a Class A Vehicle and hold a valid Class A North Carolina License; provided on and after April 1, 1992. Meet the North Carolina State CDLqualifications (Have not been convicted of a felony, or convicted of a misdemeanor involving moral turpitude, in the ten years immediately preceding the date of application, not had a revocation or suspension of his driver’s license in the two years immediately preceding the date of application, not have had convictions for moving violations totaling seven or more cumulative points within three years of the date of application).
1) Driver-specific application for employment (§391.21);
2) Original motor vehicle record (MVR) requested from state(s) within 30 days of hire (§391.23);
3) Road test or road test exception:
• Road test form and certificate conducted by your motor carrier (§391.31(g)), or
• Road test certificate conducted by another motor carrier within the past 3 years (§391.33(a)(2)), or
• Photocopy of a CDL accepted in lieu of road test – not applicable if hired to operate doubles, triples, or tankers. (Note: No subsequent copies of license renewals required.) (§391.33(a)(1));
4) Background investigations (§391.23): Drivers hired before October 30, 2004: General employment verifications sent to all former employers for the 3 years prior to the application date or a record of a good faith effort; or Drivers hired on or after October 30, 2004: Safety Performance History data from all former DOT-regulated employers for the 3 years prior to the application date or a record of a good faith effort. This form must be maintained in accordance with §391.53 (secured, limited access) and may be in a separate Driver Investigation History File; and if applicable, any driver rebuttals to the Safety Performance History data and responses to the rebuttals from the former DOT-regulated employers.
5) The following documents are to be included in the DQ file for three years from date of execution:
• Medical certificate or MVR showing that driver is medically certified (§391.43(g)):
• Medical exam certificate, original or a copy, for all non-CDL drivers; or
• Medical exam certificate, original or a copy, kept for up to 15 days, until the
• CDL/CLP driver’s MVR can be obtained, showing current medical certification status; or
• Current MVR showing CDL/CLP driver’s medical certification status.
• If applicable, documentation of any variance, exemption, or waiver from the physical
qualification standards (§391.51(b)(7));
• Verification that medical examiner was listed on National Registry (for exams
conducted after May 20, 2014) (§391.51(b)(9));
• Annual motor vehicle record (§391.25);
• Annual review of driving record (§391.25); and
• Annual list of violations from driver (§391.27).
• The DQ file and Driver Investigation History file must be retained for 3 years after a driver
leaves your employment.
6) The following documents are also required and kept in the DQ file, but are not applicable to all drivers:
• Longer Combination Vehicle (LCV) Driver-Training Certificate (§380.401); and
• Entry-level driver training certificate (§380.509(b)).
Teaching experience at the community college or four-year college. On-line teaching experience.
Fayetteville Technical Community College is seeking qualified applicants for this part-time position. Qualified candidates will possess excellent computer skills, demonstrate evidence of a career that includes flexibility and willingness to change; open-mindedness, fairness and the ability to see multiple perspectives; a willingness to take risks, and willingness to accept responsibility for professional and personal growth.
Counsel and instruct students in a professional manner and appearance.
Proficient in skills as they relate to operations of over-the-road, commercial motor vehicles.
Prioritize workload and maintain organized records.
Work well under pressure and take initiative.
Utilize the computer in daily operations.
Meet and confer with individuals and groups concerning a variety of subjects including confidential matters.
Knowledge of effective teaching concepts.
Knowledge of current school laws and state and federal regulations.
Provide quality customer service to students, faculty, and staff.
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