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Royal St George Yacht Club Seeks 2016 Sailing Instructors

7th December 2015

The Royal St George Yacht Club in Dun Laoghaire is to recruit a team of committed sailing instructors and coaches for its 2016 Summer programmes on Dublin Bay.

The open positions required for instructors are:

Senior Instructor x 1
Kites and Wires x 1
Racing Instructor: x 1
Adventure Instructor x 1
Dinghy Instructors x 5
Squirts/Tigers x 2
Some Assistant Instructors

Job Descriptions Dinghy Instructor
Enthusiastic, and highly motivational staff, to teach the basic of sailing to our very youngest members. Staff must have a working knowledge of the ISA Syllabus up to Improving Skills, and a level of personal proficiency far above this. Applicants will be working with sailors from the ages of 8 and must be capable of working with individuals at this age and embrace the challenge.

Advanced Instructor: (Kites and Wires, Adventure and Advanced Boat Handling)
Excellent level of personal skill and attainment required, as well as a true passion for the sport. The ideal candidate will be able to facilitate the development of skilled, independent sailors and work closely with the Senior Instructors and Head Coach in identifying talent in both the Racing and Cruising areas of sailing.

Race Coach
Must have the ability to create a team atmosphere and mentality conducive to a progressive, constructive environment. The Coach must have excellent technical knowledge of the boats in question and an intimate knowledge of coaching techniques and development. He/ She will work extremely closely with the Head Coach in helping to develop the Race Team programs within the club and must be open to travel within Ireland for events and training.

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