DriveSafe Careers

Driving Instructor


Coach students on driving laws, regulations, and techniques while in a company provided vehicle. Provide accurate and detailed knowledge of the rules of the road. Create an interactive and positive learning environment. Work with team members to ensure a positive learning experience.


  • Instruct students while in a company provided vehicle using the DriveSafe Approach.
  • Keep detailed notes on each student and fill out required information on the proper forms.
  • Complete and handle state mandated paperwork accurately.
  • Communicate with family members details of how each drive went.
  • Clean and service the car at the end of each shift.
  • Submit available hours in a timely manner according to policies and procedures.


  • Minimum High School degree
  • Must be 21 years of age or older
  • Demonstrated ability to work with teens and adults in a teaching or mentoring role
  • Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills
  • Good organizational skills to coordinate state documents and paperwork
  • The ability and desire to work independently
  • Good judgment, reliability and professionalism.
  • The ability to effectively handle and manage stress
  • The desire to contribute to a growing business as a team player
  • Background check will be performed.
  • Have a Colorado driver’s license


This position requires the availability and flexibility to work afternoons, early evenings and weekends during school year and days or weekends during the summer. Ideal applicants have proven experience working with young teens.

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Baron Education Corporate Office
1658 Cole Blvd, Ste. 290
Lakewood, CO 80401

303-721-8881 x 242

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The behind the wheel experience includes:

  • A basic skills refresher (identifying and addressing any bad habits)
  • Defensive skills maneuvers
  • Parking lot skills – ability to safely navigate into tight spots by using mirrors without over-relying on new technologies
  • Any additional skills that are required for your organization (e.g., pulling trailers)


The classroom experience includes:

  • Safety driving principles
  • Defensive driving techniques (vehicle control and crash avoidance skills)
  • Driver attitude and responsibility
  • Distracted driving awareness
  • A refresher of the rules (most drivers have not been tested since they were 15)
  • A chance to introduce the rules that are “new” to experienced drivers


Your customized plan will:

  • Set expectations for your employees
  • Demonstrate your company’s commitment to a safe work environment
  • Reduce liability
  • Reflect your company’s priorities and particular requirements
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