Education and Experience Required:
The Sailing Director will be aided in obtaining a 3A Hoisting Engineers license
Must possess a US Sailing Level 1 or 2 certification in good standing.
US Sailing Judge and/or Umpire certifications are a plus but not required.
Competitive sailing experience and coaching experience required.
High school diploma or GED required, college degree preferred.
Heavy work: Exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally (with assistance), and/or up to 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 20 pounds of force constantly to
Strong safety element in this role. The employee must be able to stand/remain stationary, walk/move and traverse the docks (uneven surfaces), lift, stoop, kneel, pull,
reach, jump and stretch. Employees will need flexibility to stand on multi-level surfaces safely and be able to remove themselves from dangerous situations quickly.
Employees must be able to communicate with Members and co-workers and give directions and be heard and understood by Members and co-workers. Employees must
have manual dexterity for handling lines and knots and will be subject to repetitive motion. Employees must have adequate visual acuity to operate machinery and spot
safety hazards and issues.
The employee is subject to outside environmental conditions throughout the day and will be outside with minimal weather protection. Employees are subject to elements and heat. Employees are subject to moderate and occasionally high levels of noise.