ASI Rider Training Operations Representative

January 31, 2014



Association Information:
The All-Terrain Vehicle Safety InstituteSM (ASI), a not-for-profit division of the Specialty Vehicle Institute of AmericaSM (SVIA), was formed in 1988 to implement an expanded national program of all-terrain vehicle (ATV) safety education and awareness. ASI's primary goal is to promote the safe and responsible use of ATV's, thereby reducing accidents and injuries that may result from improper ATV operation by the rider.

Primary Job Function:
Rider Training Operations Representatives schedule ASI RiderCourse classes and provide training support to instructors/RiderCoaches/DriverCoaches/ students.

Essential Responsibilities:
Responsible to identify and schedule classes based on need; anticipate and accommodate scheduling demands, ensure accurate and timely reporting. Oversee site selection. Ensure optimal instructional staff resources. Provide support, distribute training materials, authorize loan agreements, and coordinate PDW workshops for instructors/coaches/students and various agencies. Provide event and training support when needed.

Candidate must be able to work in a fast paced environment with multiple priorities. Must have excellent phone skills and be able to clearly communicate in writing. Must be a self-starter, a problem solver, results oriented, a strong team player and flexible to changing situations.

One to three years of experience providing support, and the effective handling of
multiple tasks. Proven ability to work with minimal direction or supervision.
Experience using diplomacy and good judgment. The candidate will have strong
working knowledge of OHV safety and related activities, especially in operation,
techniques, and equipment; OHV laws, regulations and trends affecting safety.
Teaching or coaching experience is preferred. If not a current ASI instructor, must
complete ASI Instructor preparation within 12 months of acceptance. Dirt Bike School
and ROV DriverCourse coach qualification is encouraged.

Knowledge of ATV and ROV products and services required. Interest in riding
ATV’s and/or ROV’s preferred. Good verbal and written communication skills.
Must have strong proficiency with a PC and related software (MS Office
ACCESS and/or Excel or other database applications). Willing to travel.

No relocation allowance. Reports to Vice President Rider Training

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