Would you like to work in one of the most successful training centres in the country, and the winner of the Volvo Irish Sailing Training Centre of the Year award in 2018? If so, read on.....
Bray Sailing Club today announced the start of their recruitment campaign for the 2020 summer season. We are again planning to run a busy ten week Junior Training programme covering all aspects of Irish Sailing's Small Boat Sailing Scheme, and are now seeking applications from suitably qualified instructors.
Successful applicants will be fully qualified before the programme starts (we welcome applications from those who have not yet qualified but expect to do so by June 2020) . You will be enthusiastic, and you will demonstrate signs of natural leadership. We expect our instructors to act as role models to over 150 juniors and to instil a love for getting wet, having fun, and supporting their friends, all in a safe, welcoming, fun, and inclusive environment.
As well as being involved in our Junior Training programme, there will also be opportunities to join our inclusion training and to join the instructor team looking after new adult members.
The application form may be downloaded HERE and you will find some details of how we go about selecting the successful candidates HERE.
Please note that the latest date for receipt of applications is 5th January 2020. You may return your application form by email, post, or hand deliver it to the club. Interviews will be held on Saturday 25th January 2020.
The increasing number of financial transactions (membership fees, course fees, etc.) being handled by the club has started to place an enormous administrative burden on a small group of volunteers and, combined with the increasing reluctance of banks to handle cash and cheque lodgements, has encouraged us to move to an online payments system.
You will find a "Payments" link on the club's homepage which will take you to a secure site which will handle all of our payments in the future. For now, you can book and pay for all Junior Training courses, reserve and pay for places at next month's sailing supper, and pay for cadet memberships. Note that parents who are paying for a cadet membership should first register themselves as a parent/guardian and then proceed to add their child as a cadet member.
How would you like to work for a club which has been nominated as Training Centre of the Year by Irish Sailing?
We're now recruiting sailing instructors for 2018 to help us run a busy Junior Training programme in a smaller family oriented club. We need a team of enthusiastic, committed, and personable instructors with a variety of experience to help build on the great reputation that Bray has developed over the last few years.
You'll find an application form HERE which includes details of closing date and return email address. If you have any questions about our Junior Training programme, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and Jack, our Senior Instructor, will get back to you straightaway.
We look forward to hearing from you!
Volvo Irish Sailing Training Centre of the Year 2018