Team O’Neil has been training loose surface driving since 1997. We are extremely selective on who we bring on our team. Our number one hiring standard is based on how well you fit into the team. To start the process you need to send a complete resume and cover letter to career@teamoneil.com. Cover letter should include what you would bring to the team and why you want to work at Team O’Neil.

Expect multiple interviews. Depending on the position, tryouts may be held and you should not expect compensation for any tryouts or interviews. Detailed background checks will be done before anyone is considered. If hired, a 90-day trial period will be required before becoming a full-time, year-round employee.

Available Positions:

 

Driving InstrucTOR

 

Job Title: Driving Instructor

Department: Instruction

Reports To: Director of Operations

Classification: Full-time, year-round

 

Description:

Team O’Neil driving instructors are the face of this world premier driving school. Our
instructors are held to the highest standards of competency and professionalism in an extremely
dynamic instructional setting.

Duties included are:

Must work well in a dynamic team of individuals. Strong interpersonal skills required.

Must be a resourceful, self-motivated, and highly organized professional with attention to
detail and a focus on quality.

Must have the ability to work in a fast-paced environment and meet deadlines.

Must possess strong written and verbal communication skills, including accurate
grammar, punctuation, and document preparation.

Adaptability, dependability, and punctuality is a must.

Capability to perform any task given while maintaining the ability to multi task.

Must be able to think, work and speak clearly in high stress situations.

Background in racing is not required.

Mechanical aptitude preferred.

 

Physical Demands:

Must be capable of operating two foot pedals simultaneously while driving a manual transmission.
Required to carry over 50lbs, 100 meters at a time. Must have no physical issues that might be
exacerbated in an automobile accident. Physical demands described here are representative of
those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the
essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required
to sit, talk and listen.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following (Other duties may be assigned):

Instructors coach the students inside dynamic vehicles and in the classroom.

All instructor positions fulfill at least two roles within the school. Applicants must be
prepared to complete other non-instructing tasks.

Must be equipped to function in all weather conditions and be prepared to be outside for
extended periods in all weather conditions.

Team O’Neil instructor cadre teach a wide variety of subjects to a wide variety of
students. All instructor cadre must constantly develop their teaching skills.

Must be able to drive multiple vehicle types.

Instructors must maintain the classrooms, cabins, training areas and training aids daily.

All employees are in charge of safety and must maintain safe practices and work
environments

Compensation: 

Wage dependent on your current skill level and qualifications ($15-$25/hour)

Job Type: Full-time

Health Care: Fully paid family healthcare after 90 days

401K: Matched plan available

To apply please send a resume and cover letter to: career@teamoneil.com

 

FLEET MECHANIC

Job Title: Fleet Mechanic

Department: Fleet

Reports To: Director of Operations

Classification: Full-time, year-round

Compensation: Dependent on experience and qualifications

 

Description:

The fleet mechanic is responsible for servicing and repairing all fleet vehicles required to operate the rally school. Being detail oriented is key. The ideal candidate should have strong automotive mechanical abilities and capabilities to fix any issue mechanical, electrical, hydraulic etc. The fleet mechanic will need to track all maintenance done and utilize a maintenance plan to minimize down time in the fleet.  Being quick to react and repair is important.

 

Duties included are:

Safely maintain fleet vehicles, cars, trucks and trailers

Establish a maintenance plan with supervisor

Help to maintain parts stock

Keep a clean and safe work environment

Safely and properly utilize shop tools

Maintain visual appearance and cleanliness inside and out of the vehicles

 

Important skills: 

Mechanic

Small engine repair

Welding and metal working skills

Independent

Detail oriented

Self-Motivated

Attendance

Communication

 

Other:

Must have own tools

Ability to work weekends

Driver’s license

To apply please send a resume and cover letter to: career@teamoneil.com

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