Junior Sailing Program Director

Alamitos Bay Yacht Club
7201 East Ocean Blvd
Long Beach, CA 90803
United States

Sailing Management
Application Closing Date
Manages Others
Experience Required
Degree Required
Security Clearance Required
Employment Type
Full Time
Work Schedule
Some Travel

Job Description
The Alamitos Bay Yacht Club is currently seeking a passionate and high-performing professional to lead our Junior Sailing and Racing Programs. The Club serves an active membership of approximately 400 families and offers year-round Junior Sailing and Racing programming. This position is available immediately for the successful candidate.
Job Requirements
- Associated degree or higher.
- Experience in sports management, marketing or communication is desirable.
- US Sailing Certified Instructor Level 1 Certification.
- US Sailing SafeSport Certification
- Red Cross Certification in CPR, AED and First Aid.
- US Sailing Basic Keelboat Instructor Certification desirable.
Employer Contact Information
Alamitos Bay Yacht Club
Alamitos Bay Yacht Club
7201 East Ocean Blvd
Long Beach CA 90803
United States
Alamitos Bay Yacht Club Alamitos Bay Yacht Club
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Alamitos Bay Yacht Club was founded in 1924 and is one of the premiere dinghy sail boat racing Clubs in the world. We have a modern Clubhouse facility and our paved boat yard is home to two hundred plus sailboats owned by our members who are active racers and cruisers. We also have excellent beach access from our western gate for you to conveniently enjoy the tranquility of Alamitos Bay's waters.

ABYC's primary focus is to provide a family friendly atmosphere where we can get together to share our love of sailing. We have a very active junior program for those sailors from 5 to 18 years of age. For young and old sailors we host 14 regularly scheduled regattas, the largest being the famous Turkey Day Regatta. We also host 5 to 10 championship regattas which include regional, national, North American and world championships. These regattas include classes for dinghy, keel, and multihull sailboats. Many of our members are national, North American, world and Olympic champions. We also have world renowned races, all staffed by member volunteers.

Our volunteer culture is spearheaded by four committees: Race Management Committee (RMC), Social Advisory Committee (SAC), Junior Advisory Committee (JAC) and Membership Support Group (MSG). These hard working groups are a big part of our consistency and excellence. Please contact the committee chairs if you would like to become involved.

Our easy to navigate website is a great way to find out all that is happening at our secluded end of the peninsula oasis. In addition to our website, we communicate our events through weekly emails and continually update our Facebook page. Our monthly Club newsletter, the Sou'Wester, is published electronically, to detail the highlights of races and events that occur during every month of the year.

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