High School Sailing Coach

58 Fore St
Portland, ME 04101
United States

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Experience Required
Degree Required
Security Clearance Required
Yes Background Check
From $2,600 To $3,200
Per Year    
Employment Type
Part Time
Work Schedule
Some Travel

Job Description
- Responsible for the overall leadership and development of assigned High School Racing Team
- Conduct practices, operate equipment, and conduct proper use of the facility at all times, as well as interact with parents and school administrators
- Collaborative coaching is encouraged
- Specific duties include planning, organization, training, and assessment of sailing activities
- Required to participate in a minimum of three afternoons a week for practice and four weekend days throughout the season for both home and away regattas and clinics
- May require some travel to away regattas and clinics
- Additional tasks as required or instructed

Coaching / Training Duties:
- Facilitate curriculum implementation under guidance of Program Director
- Act as a Team Coach for assigned HS team and general 420 high school racing program
- Travel, organize, and coach at selected 420 and HS racing events
- Recruit and promote our teams within respective schools
- Keep current on policies, rules, and schedules (which may include meetings) for NESSA, ISSA, US Sailing, and applicable one design class rules.
- Promote SailMaine within the community through active participation
- Manage day-to-day communication for team
- Arrange team rosters and calendar in conjunction with Team Parent Coordinators and Program Director
- Maintain equipment required for sailing, teaching, and support of coaching duties
- Support and manage specified HS racing events
- Additional duties as required or assigned

Job Requirements
- Bachelor's degree and college sailing experience preferred
- US Sailing Level 1; Level 2 or 3 preferred
- First Aid/CPR/AED required
- Ability to pass a background check
- Effective communicator in person, phone, and online
- Ability to work collaboratively with staff members and the Program Director
- Proficiency with dinghy racing and a history of racing/coaching success
- Team Racing knowledge strongly preferred
- Ability to take and pass Heads Up concussion training + USOC safe sport programs
- Ability to safely operate a powerboat
Employer Contact Information
Bill Marshall
58 Fore St
Portland ME 04101
United States

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