Waterfront Operations and Receptions Coordinator
The Waterfront Operations & Reception Coordinator is one of the most important positions at Courageous Sailing. They are the front of the organization, serving as the first point of contact for the public, either personally or over the phone, and will be a primary resource for our students and members. They must be friendly, polite, and knowledgeable of the rules, regulations, and operations of Courageous.
The Waterfront Coordinator controls access to directors and other staff, handles administrative tasks such as scheduling and data entry, manages the daily flow of people and boats through the program, monitors our radios, marine traffic, weather, and wind. They must be highly organized, have great people skills, and be able to multi-task in a sometimes hectic, fast-paced environment.
The Waterfront Coordinator position is a full time, seasonal position starting May 1st, with hours tapering off in October. Season ends October 31st. Candidates must be able to work weekends, and some days during the week.
Minimum qualifications include:
About Courageous Sailing
Courageous Sailing is a non-profit community sailing center committed to providing access to the sport of sailing through our sailing school and membership programs. Sailing is a tremendous platform for education, personal growth and leadership development, and we are dedicated to making the highest quality sailing education available to the entire Boston community regardless of socio-economic backround, ethnicity, or ability.
Our youth and adult programs promote a culture of responsibility, respect, and stewardship around sailing on Boston Harbor, and foster life-long learning opportunities for all members of our community. We rely on a team of passionate, hard-working individuals to provide top level instruction, attentive customer service, and, above all, a safe and welcoming environment.
Director of Adult Programs
Phone: 617-242-3821 ext. 17
At the end of the day on Saturday, Mark Lindsay pointed out to me that out of the 24 teams that signed up for this series, 20 teams had participated in 53 races or more. This means that we had a truly amazing 83% of our fleet qualify for final season scores. We even had 9 teams show up for 70 or 71 races - meaning that they came every single day. Way to go, Frostbiters!