SAILING INSTRUCTOR APPLICATION

The Sailing Instructor works under the direction and supervision Director of the Program. The Sailing Instructor is expected to provide sailing instruction that emphasizes safety, proper handling of equipment, skill development, and provides an enjoyable experience for all participants in a manner consistent with the goals of the SBJSA Board of Directors.

The candidate should be a leader who is highly organized and self-motivated with excellent communication skills. A large part of this position includes communicating with parents, members, sailors, and other staff respectfully and effectively.

Qualifications:

Must be at least 17 years of age by June 15th and hold the current certificates.

  • Current CPR/AED Certificate

  • US Sailing Level I  (Current)

  • Current Standard First Aid

  • NYS Safe Boating Card

  • USSA Safe Sport Certificate

Must have at least one summer experience teaching in a sailing/swimming program.

Must have no felonious convictions, and no charges for child abuse, or endangering the well being of a minor.

Reports to: Program Director
Classification: Seasonal, full-time position
Dates of Employment: Minimum 6/21 - 8/13/202, Additional opportunities May-June September-October
Compensation: Hourly, BOE

Offers of employment are contingent on passing a criminal background check. Job descriptions are intended to present a descriptive list of the range of duties performed by employees in the position and are not intended to reflect all duties performed with the job.

Duties:

Specific duties include, but are not limited to the following:

 

1. Assist the Program Director in preparing a creative learning environment,

2. Prepare and teach daily sailing lessons on and off the water.

3. Demonstrate proper handling, care, and respect for all material, equipment, and facilities.

4. Be willing to carry out the duties assigned by the Program Director

5. Contribute ideas and project enthusiasm and energy.

6. Supervise students to insure their safety and happiness.

7. Attend all staff meetings, clinics, and workdays as outlined by the Program Director.

8. Report any problems to the Program Director.

9. When required by the Program Director work some weekday evenings and some weekend days to support our Community Boating Program

 

Offers of employment are contingent on passing a criminal background check. Job descriptions are intended to present a descriptive list of the range of duties performed by employees in the position and are not intended to reflect all duties performed with the job.

NOTE:  The SBJSA Employee Expectations document and the SBJSA Youth Protection Policy document must be read and accepted by checking the box at the end of this application form. Click on button to view, read and acknowledge.