Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Develop curriculum with lesson plans that include learn to sail, seamanship, boat care and maintenance, beginner through advanced racing, games, and related activities
- Work with Junior Director to coordinate and schedule sailor participation plus parent and volunteer support for all CYC and non-CYC regattas
- Communicate with director, parents, including sailor progression and development
- Identify equipment deficiencies and communicate parts needed to Junior Director
- Coordinate a maintenance schedule with Jr. Director
- Make general repairs of sailboats and coach boats as required and requested
- Develop a long-term equipment replacement strategy in conjunction with Program Director
- Organize and maintain order in junior workshop, sail container, and parking lot
- Document concerns regarding missing parts, damaged equipment, repairs in the queue, etc.
- Train and supervise instructors with director.
- Work with Junior Director to schedule instructors
- Assign one instructor to one specific coach boat in order to instill a sense of direct responsibility for each boat in the program
- Schedule certification classes for instructors when necessary
- Supervise and keep an accurate count of all participating students from their arrival until they depart
- Attend both local and travel regattas
- Provide consistent and disciplined instruction
- Enhance the ability of all sailors from the beginner to advanced racing level
- Foster a team environment and encourage teamwork and team bonding
- Encourage sportsmanship and Corinthian Spirit
- Send weekly emails outlining the upcoming schedule and requirements
- Work with fleet captain to help build race fleets to sail in South Bay.
- Help with Race committee when not coaching.
- Work with Dockmaster when coach boats need outsource mechanic, need extra parking for events, etc.
- Must be a minimum of 21 years old
- 5 years of race coaching experience
- Advanced dinghy sailing and racing experience required
- Advanced motorboat handling skills required
- Advanced knowledge of regatta operations and the racing rules of sailing required
- Curriculum development and program planning skills
- Current US Sailing Level 1 Instructor Certification required, Level 2 or 3 preferred
- Valid US Driver’s License required
- Valid Boater’s License required
- Current CPR/AED/First Aid certification
- Must be able to lift at least 50lbs
- Excellent communication skills with people of all ages
- A community minded person with an interest in promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion in sailing
**This is an evolving role, which will grow and change with the program. Other tasks and responsibilities not listed may be required as the need develops.**
Medical, Vacation, as available to full time employees as stated in the employee handbook.
Salary Range $50,000-$65,000