About the Community Sailing Center (CSC)
Our mission is to encourage and celebrate the responsible use and long-term stewardship of Lake Champlain by fostering educational and recreational opportunities for all members of our community. The CSC is located on the waterfront in Burlington, VT and continues to grant lake access to the city after 20 spectacular years. CSC offers programs for local youth, adult, students, and visiting sailing and paddling enthusiasts. The CSC hosts three signature events each year where the community comes together to celebrate the Lake. CSC’s programs range from recreational to racing and accommodate every sailor. Our fleet is composed of Open Bics, Hartley 10s, Escapes, 420’s, Lasers, Sonars, Rhodes 19s, Martin 16’s, and Stand Up Paddleboards.
About Burlington, VT
If you’ve never been to Burlington, come visit us, you won’t be disappointed! Nestled between the epic Green Mountains and the Adirondacks, Burlington sits on the shores of Lake Champlain and has fun opportunities for everyone. There are several yacht clubs in the nearby towns that provide racing on dinghies and keelboats. Lake Champlain is a regional destination for large regattas and local sailors are always interested in having new crew. Other than sailing, there are numerous opportunities to get outside and hike, bike, and swim. Downtown Burlington is just minutes away from the CSC and supports a lively music scene with a multitude of delicious local restaurants.
Long-Term Seasonal Job Opportunities
The Waterfront Manager (WM) will be responsible for the waterfront coordination staff, the boat rental program and general waterfront operation. The WM will be responsible for providing on water support to all program areas. The WM will be in contact with CSC participants and therefore must be friendly, courteous, and knowledgeable of the rules, regulations and operations of the Center. Good organizational skills are required and the ability to multi-task and work in a fun, fast-paced environment. This is a fantastic opportunity for someone looking to increase their managerial and on the water skills.
2018 Seasonal Job Opportunities:
Sailing Instruction and Sailing Assistant
The sailing instructor or assistant is first contact that students have with the Community Sailing Center. Instructors and Assistants are friendly, courteous, and knowledgeable of the rules, regulations, and operations of the Community Sailing Center. They are enthusiastic about sailing and seek to expose students (both youth and adult) to sailing fundamentals as well as the importance of the natural environment in which we sail.
Sailing Instructor Job Description (18 years and older)
Sailing Assistant Job Description (must be 16 years old)
More often than not, the Waterfront Coordinator will be first contact that the user has with the Sailing Center. He/she, therefore, must be friendly, courteous, and knowledgeable of the rules, regulations, and operations of the Center. Good organizational skills are required and the ability to multi-task and work in a fun, fast-paced environment. Waterfront Coordinators work almost exclusively on evenings and weekends.
The Office Coordinator will be first contact that any client has with the Sailing Center. He/she, therefore, must be friendly, courteous, and knowledgeable of the rules, regulations, and operations of the Center. Good organizational skills are required and the ability to multi-task and work in a fun, fast-paced environment. Office Coordinators are required to be available evenings and weekends
Please complete and submit resume and cover letter to Operations Director, Colin Davis
Volunteers and Internships
Check back later in spring 2018 for volunteer and internship opportunities.
Community Sailing Center is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any person based on age, race, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, religion, marital status, parental status or mental/physical disability.