ITI instructors typically have over twenty years of field experience in crane and rigging operations from a variety of industries including: mining, oil and gas, power generation, aerospace, construction, railroad, shipbuilding, and more. In order to command respect from our very experienced students and customers, ITI trainers should possess the following attributes as well as the above work experience.
Attributes of an ITI Instructor
- Thirsty for Knowledge
- Humble and Teachable
- Enthusiastic & a Great Communicator
- High Integrity
ITI instructors conduct training programs related to cranes, rigging, and heavy equipment at ITI Training Centers in Woodland, Washington and Memphis, Tennessee, as well as at ITI customer locations around the world. The ability to absorb the course materials, become a trained and certified instructor in a variety of courses makes for a more valuable trainer.
Instructors also conduct field services offered by ITI including accident investigations, crane and rigging audits, procedure document development, lift director services, and critical lift planning.
All instructors are managed, trained, and evaluated by the ITI Technical Director.
Instructors may also be asked to assist in the development and editing of program materials, customer presentations, and similar projects.
- 75% Travel
- Compensation is commensurate with experience
- Specific training locations include Singapore and Dubai
- Not all applicants will be contacted
Thank you very much for taking the time to read this career opportunity. ITI is an equal opportunity employer and understands that our people are the foundation and driving force of all that we accomplish.