Chautauqua Institution

  • Sailing Instructor

    Job Locations US-NY-Chautauqua
    Posted Date 5 months ago(12/16/2017 12:03 PM)
    ID
    2017-2150
    # of Openings
    6
    Category
    Sailing
  • Overview

    The John R. Turney Sailing Center provides a home base for the programs and services of Chautauqua's Sailing Department. The Center includes a classroom and administration building, docks and a storage facility. During the nine week program season, a comprehensive curriculum of one-week sailing courses are offered that have been carefully designed to advance the sailing skills of all -- youth to adult and novice to advanced sailors. In addition to our structured courses, the Sailing Department provides sailing experiences to Boys' & Girls' Club participants, offers guided sailing excursions for families and small groups, and provides staff for individualized private lessons. A variety of sailboats are also available for rent. Our fleet of boats include: Optimist Dinghy, Vanguard 420, Sunfish, Laser, Lightning, Flying Scot, and Precision 185 as well as five safety motor boats. The sailing center operates for the entire 9 week summer season (June 23 - August 26) with daily opportunities to sail.

    Responsibilities

    Sailing Instructors are responsible for teaching beginner, intermediate, and advanced sailing skills to all age groups and skill levels in a variety of classes of sailboats. Instruction is carried out in classrooms, on the water, with groups and individuals. A high level of sailing skill and communication skills are required. 9 week commitment (June 23-August 26) needed.

    Qualifications

    18 Years or older. Current US Sailing Level 1 Certification preferred, advanced sailing ability, strong communication and management skills required. New York State motor boat safety course, CPR, First Aid desired.  

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