Sailing Program Co-Director

Ipswich Junior Sailing, Inc.
124 North Ridge Rd POBox 364
Ipswich, MA 01938
United States

Industry
Education
Job Start Date
6/1/2023
Job End Date
8/23/2023
Application Closing Date
1/31/2023
Manages Others
Yes
Experience Required
Yes
Degree Required
No
Security Clearance Required
No
Housing Provided
No
Pay
From $18.75 To $24.25
Per Hour
Employment Type
Full Time
Work Schedule
Summer Only
Travel
No Travel

Job Description
Full time: June 12th -August 23, 2023 (10.5 weeks) - 35 hour work week

The Program Director (or Co-Program Directors, if applicable; hereafter, together the Director) has overall operational responsibility for the summer season sailing program.  The Director must be friendly, courteous and knowledgeable of all program operations, daily operations and applicable IJS rules. The Director must be enthusiastic about the sport of sailing and seek to expose students  to the fundamentals of sailing and racing, model the leadership skills inherent to the sport of sailing, as well as the importance of the natural environment in which we sail. Exemplifying understanding of how children learn, particularly in hands-on activities, is also important. The Program Director must possess strong communication and organizational skills to maintain good relationships with staff, sailors, parents, the IJS Board, and the IBYC. The Program Director above all is responsible for the reputation of IJS and the safety of the staff and sailors while engaged in the IJS program. The  Program Director reports directly to the IJS Board President.

The specific job responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Oversee day to day operation of IJS summer season sailing program
In coordination with the IJS President, hire all staff
Interview and hire sailing instructors and assign them to appropriate classes to teach, along with assistants for each class
Supervise and guide all instructors and staff  throughout their development at IJS and their performance of job responsibilities, including timely submission of sailor progress reports
Carry out Bi-weekly payroll
Create staff training materials and training (or providing training for) all staff 
With the help of the Registrar, communicate regularly (and as otherwise needed) with parents (weekly emails, incidents, freesail, etc.)
Provide day-to-day direction to all staff
Ensure safety of all program sailors and IJS staff
Monitor weather and weather patterns
Ensure that equipment is regularly and properly maintained, is up to date and in good working order at all times
Monitor feedback from staff, children and parents
Set daily schedules
Provide sailing educational materials that are developmentally appropriate for the 4 different sailing classes within the sailing program.
Be onsite throughout the summer sailing sessions and also available at various times of the year to report to board meetings, follow up with staff, and assist in any off-season work. 
Assist instructors in the design and implementation of effective lesson plans that pique the curiosity of all learners through auditory, visual and kinesthetic means both on and off the water.
Work with the IJS Directors on administrative tasks, e.g. class schedule, class/program size, boat-maintenance, registration, and program development.
Provide staff feedback and staff bonding/development days 
Help coaches organize race schedules and logistics of attending regattas
Work  with the Board members in the organization of the end of the year celebration 
Work with all staff  to organize and complete postseason work
Create a needs list and recommendations for the following summer
Evaluate staff at the end of summer and follow up in the late winter
Attend Board meetings
Maintain positive and respectful relationships with IBYC leaders, staff, members and other users of the IBYC


 
Job Requirements
Professional credentials:
➢ US Sailing Level 1 Certification
➢ Three years of sailing instruction experience
Personal Skills
➢ Excellent interpersonal; and organizational skills with the ability to multi-task and effectively prioritize work.
➢ Demonstrate and use tact and judgment in resolving sensitive situations.
➢ Ability to demonstrate the ability to work independently and lead effectively as part of a team.
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Employer
Peter Twining
POBox 364
Ipswich MA 01938
United States
Ipswich Junior Sailing, Inc. Stephen Miles
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