Junior Program Instructor

Community Boating, Inc.
21 David G. Mugar Way
Boston, MA 02114
United States

Industry
Instructor
Job Start Date
6/10/2019
Job End Date
8/23/2019
Application Closing Date
6/10/2019
Manages Others
No
Experience Required
No
Security Clearance Required
No
Employment Type
Summer Only
Work Schedule
Summer Only

Job Description
Working at Community Boating Inc. (CBI) is one of the most unique and fun opportunities in Junior Sailing – it’s not a camp, and certainly not your typical yacht club. CBI serves over 1,400 children each season from throughout the greater Boston Area, especially children that might not otherwise have the opportunity to sail.

Instructors will mainly teach beginner and intermediate level classes in Cape Cod Mercurys (15 foot centerboard dinghies). The ideal candidates are flexible, able to multi-task, have excellent time management skills, and enjoy a fast-paced environment. All instructors split time between teaching classes and supervising the dock and free sail program. Instructors work collaboratively with a team of 20 other instructors- the job is consistently described by staff as being rewarding, fun, and challenging; our instructors love their job and love coming to work.

The 2019 season will run Mondays – Fridays from June 10 – August 23. This includes 10 weeks of programming plus a pre-season week of training. US Sailing Level 1 Certification or foreign equivalent required. Competitive pay. In addition, all instructors receive a complimentary membership to our Adult Program which includes access to our entire fleet of sailboats, windsurfers, stand-up-paddleboards, and kayaks in the afternoons and on weekends.
Job Requirements
US Sailing Level 1 or higher
CPR/First Aid
We will reimburse for certifications and renewals
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Employer Contact Information
Community Boating, Inc.
Andrew Alletag
21 David G. Mugar Way
Boston MA MA
United States
Community Boating, Inc.  Andrew Alletag
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Community Boating Inc. is the oldest public sailing facility in the country and serves over 1,000 youth, 6,000 adults, and 300 people with disabilities each year.

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