Chautauqua Institution

  • Assistant Sailing Instructor

    Job Locations US-NY-Chautauqua
    Posted Date 8 months ago(8 months ago)
    ID
    2017-2151
    # of Openings
    1
    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 with daily opportunities to sail.

    Responsibilities

    To assisst the Sailing Instructors with teaching beginner, intermediate, and advanced sailing skills, terminology and water safety at the classroom level. A variety of maintenance duties related to the care of the facility, boats and equipment is also required. The Assistant Sailing Instrutor position will assist more experienced Sailing Instructors while learning on the job. 9 week commitment (June 23 - August 26).

    Qualifications

    16 years or older. Sailing experience with proficiency in rigging, tuning, sailing multiple types of sailboats in all wind conditions, self-rescue, and the ability to teach your knowledge of sailing to all age groups and experience levels. First Aid and CPR preferred, US Sailing Level One Certification highly desirable.

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