Havre de Grace Maryland Youth Day Camp Seeks US Sailing Level 1 Certified Instructor

Havre de Grace Youth Sailing Program
Frank J Hutchins Memorial Park
Havre de Grace, MD 21078
United States

Job Start Date
Job End Date
Manages Others
Experience Required
Degree Required
Security Clearance Required
From $11.00 To $18.00
Per Hour
Employment Type
Summer Only
Work Schedule
Summer Only
No Travel

Job Description
The Havre de Grace Youth Sailing Program, a nonprofit 501 (c)(3) community-oriented sailing day camp, is seeking a sailing Instructor. The position is a 40 hour per week activity from early June through mid-August. Havre de Grace is a beautiful waterfront town located where the Susquehanna River merges into the Chesapeake Bay.

Our program emphasizes an “Adventure/Fun Sailing,” approach and offers basic through introductory competitive dinghy sailing instruction to youth, ages 7-18, using Optimists, Lasers, 420's, JY15’s, and Hunter Xcites. The Sailing Instructor is responsible to teach fundamental sailing and maritime skills and to promote safety, self-reliance, sportsmanship, teamwork, and environmental responsibility.
Job Requirements
Job Requirements:
- Current US Sailing Small Boat Level 1 Certification
- Current CPR and First Aid certification
- Maryland Safe Boating Certificate or equivalent (we can help you get this)
- Must have excellent sailing skills and experience teaching kids in similar sailing programs
- Prior work experience with kids, such as camp counselor or sailing instructor
- Organized with good communication and leadership skills
- Friendly, enthusiastic, comfortable working with adults and children
- Strong Swimmer (life-saving certification a plus)
- Physical demands: lifting and moving small sailboats, engines and other equipment
- Must pass standard background check
Employer Contact Information
Havre de Grace Youth Sailing Program
Gordon Black
329 Bounding Home CT
Havre de Grace MD 21078
United States
Havre de Grace Youth Sailing Program  Gordon Black
Youth day camp non-profit developing next generations of Upper Chesapeake Bay sailors and environmental stewards.

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