Community Boating Inc. is the oldest public sailing facility in the country and serves over 1,000 children, 6,000 adults and 300 people with disabilities each year. We have a variety of positions available in all of our programs for the 2020 season:
Teaching at CBI is unique within Junior Sailing – it’s not a camp, and certainly not your typical yacht club. CBI serves children ages 10+ from greater Boston, including those who might not otherwise have the opportunity to sail. CBI has fleets of Mercurys, 420s, Lasers, windsurfers, Ideal 18s, Sonars, kayaks, and stand-up paddle boards.
The 2020 season will run weekdays June 8 – August 21, including 10 weeks of programming plus a pre-season training week. Appropriate certifications required – see below. Submit applications, including resume to Junior Program Co-Director, Niko Kotsatos at [email protected]
Submit applications, including resume to Junior Program co-Director, Niko Kotsatos at [email protected]
Community Boating’s Adult Program serves over 4,000 adults each year. CBIs unique location allows sailors to get out on the water faster, and the open nature of the program allows adults the flexibility to sail when it’s convenient for them. The Adult Program staff is responsible for overseeing the daily dock activities to ensure that members are learning in a safe environment, and are satisfied with their member experience.
All Adult Program applicants should contact Adult Program Director at samp [at] community-boating [dot] org. To apply, please send your resume and a cover letter.
Training starts before we open in April, so don’t delay sending in your application; hiring for next season has already begun.
The Community Boating Universal Access Program (UAP) strives to minimize barriers to sailing for those who require special assistance, as well as their family, friends and staff. The program runs on an appointment basis where sailors are paired with a trained instructor. We use specialized equipment to aid in our mission to teach sailing and to offer recreational boat rides. All are welcome to sail with CBI; we work with people who possess all ranges of physical and/or developmental disabilities, from newborns to senior citizens. Instructors will learn to adapt curriculum and sailboats to work with members whose disabilities include blindness and visual impairment, deafness and hearing loss, autism, ADD/ADHD, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, paraplegia, and other illnesses, injuries, and mobility limitations.
To apply, please send your resume to Universal Access Program Associate Director Emma Montgomery at emma [at] community-boating [dot] org.
Work in the CBI Front Office- be the face of Community Boating! We are looking for candidates who thrive in a fast-paced environment and work to provide the highest level of customer service possible.
To apply please send your resume to Director of Administrative Services, Kyle Liolios at kyle [at] community-boating [dot] org.
CBI repairs most of it’s sailing and safety equipment in house. We are always looking for qualified staff to repair fiberglass boats, outboard and inboard engines, weld, work with wood, aluminum, steel, plumbing, electrical, as well as building maintenance.
Apply using the form below.
You can send your application by email to the addresses provided above or use our form below.
High School Coaches
CBI hosts several school sailing teams and learn-to-sail programs in the spring and Fall. These teams are ofetn looking for coaches and instructors. Instructors must have a US Sailing Level 1 certification or equivalent. Apply directly to the school.
For more information regarding the Club coaching position, contact Assistant Athletic Director, Mike Jackson at [email protected]
Hours: Fridays 1:15 p.m. to 4:15 p.m. (expanded hours possible)
Class is capped at 8 students (4th – 6th grade)
Please contact [email protected]
See dates below:
3/27, 4/3, 4/10, 4/17, 5/1, 5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 5/29 (no class on 4/24)