Instructor Paddleboarding SUP PAGAIE

By | June 15, 2021

Seeking Instructor Paddleboarding

Job Level
Entry level
Intended job posting audience

DorvalSUP is seeking three skilled, enthusiastic and self-motivated people to coach our recreation paddling program. These coaches will be teaching our clients the basic SUP paddling techniques by using the Fundamental stages of paddleboards. The main focus for our coaches would be to encourage our clients to have fun while paddling and playing games. We hope that these persons will also help guide the participants towards being life long paddlers and help us build a positive culture of personal excellence at the club.
Location: Dorval
Schedule: Thu– Sunday Schedule afternoons until 6.30pm
Dates: June 15 – August 28, 2021
Wage: depending on experience and qualifications.
Any Instructor Certification, Paddle Canada Certification and/or paddling experience.
Standard First Aid and CPR
Skills Required:
Experience working with and instructing children, adults of all ages and varying skill levels
Previous experience with a paddling sport: canoe, kayak or stand up paddle board
Must be physically fit and able to lift 40 pounds
Sound leadership, communication and organizational skills
Ability to adapt quickly to change
Excellent character, integrity and flexibility
The desire and ability to work in a team work atmosphere
Enthusiasm, sense of humor, patience and self-control
Must have reliable transportation to and from the lake
Anyone who can legally work in Canada can apply for this job. If you are not currently authorized to work in Canada, the employer will not consider your job application.
Responsibilities Include:
Maintain a high level of safety both on and off the water.
Be on schedule.
Create, foster and encourage a fun, team-oriented, fair play environment
Efficiently, clearly and enthusiastically provide paddling instruction
Assist with organizing, coordinating and leading.
Individual or groups
Exude respect and appreciation for paddling sport.

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