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  • Hurly's Scuba Outpost searching for Divemaster


    Posted On: 11/18/2021

    Updated On: 11/18/2021

    Hurly's Scuba Outpost is searching for DiveMasters for the 2022 and beyond dive seasons. If you are interested in becoming a Divemaster we are offering handsome discounts on the prerequisite courses leading up to the NAUI Divemaster training program. We also offer inhouse financing.

    If you are a Veteran with GI Bill Benefits, you are eligible to apply those benefits for program testing.

    All Divemaster are required to participate in an annual drug Consortium. This means random drug testing.

    https://pascoscuba.com

    For more info please contact Hurly at 727-916-7234.

     

  • The University of California SCUBA Instructor


    Posted On: 9/22/2021

    Updated On: 9/22/2021

    Notifications

    UC Vaccination Policy: With limited exceptions, COVID-19 vaccinations are required for all faculty, staff, academic appointees, and students accessing facilities at any UC campus this fall. Employees and students can submit proof of vaccination online or request an exemption.

    UCSC Statement

    UC Santa Cruz is a public university like no other in California, combining the intimacy of a small, liberal arts college with the depth and rigor of a major research
    university.


    Initial Review Date (IRD)

    UC Santa Cruz staff jobs are posted until filled. Application materials submitted by 11:59 pm on the IRD will be routed to the hiring unit for consideration. NOTE: Materials submitted after the IRD will be forwarded only at the request of the hiring unit. Submit your materials before the IRD to ensure consideration by the hiring unit. 
    The Initial Review Date for this job is: 09-13-2021

    Dept Marketing Statement

    Physical Education (PE) courses offer students opportunities to learn and improve skills progressively in a variety of activities while gaining knowledge about the relationship between fitness and wellness. With these experiences, students are more equipped to make important choices leading to healthy lifestyles. More information about Athletics and Recreation can be found at: https://recreation.ucsc.edu/

    Job Summary

    Under the direction of the Department of Athletics & Recreation Administration, the Scuba Instructor teaches all levels of scuba classes throughout the year. This position manages all aspects of the scuba program operations including planning, organizing and instructing recreational physical education scuba courses, supervising other scuba staff, budget management, risk management, maintaining scuba equipment, and completing associated policy and procedural tasks. Additionally, this person provides oversight of the Scuba Club, assisting in club outings, registration, risk management, and other duties as assigned. This is a by agreement appointment (BYA) position.

    Pay, Benefits, & Work Schedule

    Salary Information: Salary by Agreement. Salary commensurate with skills, qualifications and experience
    No. of Positions: 2
    Benefits Level Eligibility: This position is not eligible for benefits
    Schedule Information
    Part-time, Fixed
    20 hours per week
    Days of the Week: Mon-Fri and weekends as necessary
    Shift Includes: Day, Weekends

    Employee Classification: This is a Contract appointment

    Job End Date: 06-30-2022 with the possibility of extension

    Work Location: UC Santa Cruz Main Campus

    Union Representation: None

    Employee Relations Code: All Others, Not Confidential

    Job Code Classification: 004134 (RECR PRG LEADER 3)

    Job Duties

    60% Teaching Scuba Classes (Fall, Winter, Spring)

    • Teach 3-4 scuba classes each quarter.
    • Develop, organize, and plan curriculum for classes.
    • Demonstrate and teach techniques, skills and ethics necessary for students’ success in the activity.
    • Manage risks associated with conducting the activity.

    15% Instructor Supervision

    • Supervise 1-2 other instructors who teach the same or closely related classes.
    • Observe/participate in at least one class per year taught by supervised instructors.
    • Directly provide constructive feedback for instructors’ development and growth.
    • Review final evaluations of supervised instructors, including highlighting and sharing accolades and areas for growth.

    15% Manage the Scuba Program

    • Establish and enact a long-term vision for the sustainability and health of the scuba program, including building a balanced budget based on a viable scuba schedule.
    • Manage and provide oversight of the daily functions, program schedules and maintenance of all scuba equipment.
    • Act as advisor to Scuba Club.
    • Supervise scuba volunteers.
    • Serve as a member of the campus Diving Control Board.

    10% Teaching Administration

    • Explain and administer waivers of liability to all class participants at the start of each quarter.
    • Monitor AIS class lists during the first few weeks of the quarter and ensure all students are enrolled.
    • Respond promptly to any administrative emails or requests for information from co-workers, supervisors, and administrators.
    • Complete and submit course grades through AIS at the end of each quarter.
    • Attend faculty meetings
    • Provide counseling and resources to students who require extra assistance and interaction.
    • Correspond regularly with students by email or phone to answer questions and supply class information.

    Required Qualifications

    • Bachelor's degree in related area and / or equivalent experience / training.
    • NAUI Instructor
    • Experience managing a large dive locker.
    • Experience managing a high pressure compressed breathing air system with storage banks.
    • Experience teaching Basic, Advance, Rescue and Divemaster courses in a synchronous, simultaneous format with class sizes up to 25 students.
    • Experience using personal computers for word processing, spreadsheets and database management.
    • Ability to work independently and establish priorities to complete tasks in a timely manner.
    • Ability to interact effectively with diverse groups of people including faculty, staff, students, administrators, technicians and suppliers.
    • Ability to teach safe use of a high pressure compressed breathing air system as well as field maintenance of SCUBA equipment.
    • Ability to maintain accurate records and write concise reports using correct grammar and spelling.
    • Willingness and ability to respond to off-hour emergencies.
    • General knowledge of federal and state (OSHA, NAUI and UCSC) regulations as they apply to recreational diving and the management of a workspace (dive locker).

    Preferred Qualifications

    • Extensive personal and professional experience in specific activity area.
    • DAN Instructor.
    • Certified high-pressure cylinder inspector and valve technician – in order to have cylinder inspections and valve servicing done in-house.
    • Certified SCUBA equipment technician (MARES if possible) – in order to perform gear servicing and maintenance in-house.

    Special Conditions

    • Selected candidate will be required to pass a pre-employment criminal history background check.
    • Ability to obtain and keep current CPR/AED/First Aid Certification throughout employment.
    • Candidates must have the ability to work a flexible schedule.
    • Will be required to complete Title IX (Sexual Harassment) training every two years.
    • Per the Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act (CANRA), this position has been identified as a Mandated Reporter. The selected candidate will be required to report known or suspected child abuse or neglect as defined by CANRA and will be required to sign a Statement Acknowledging Requirement to Report Child Abuse prior to commencing employment. CANRA Penal Codes, and related definitions, requirements, and responsibilities may be obtained here: https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/codes_displayText.xhtml?lawCode=PEN&division=&title=1.&part=4.&chapter=2.&article=2.5
    • Will be required to take the Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act (CANRA) online training module.

    Safety Statement

    All UCSC employees must know and follow job safety procedures, attend required health and safety training, proactively promote safety at work, and promptly report
    actual and potential accidents and injuries.

    How to Apply

    Attach your resume and cover letter when applying for this job opening. Do not attach any documents to 'My Activities'. Visit our How to Apply tutorial for detailed
    instructions on our applicant process.

    For more info: https://careerspub.universityofcalifornia.edu/psp/ucsc/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_APP_SCHJOB.GBL?Page=HRS_APP_SCHJOB&Action=U&FOCUS=Applicant&SiteId=11

    The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to
    race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, or protected veteran status. UC Santa Cruz is committed to excellence
    through diversity and strives to establish a climate that welcomes, celebrates, and promotes respect for the contributions of all students and employees.

  • Riverbanks Zoo Dive Program Manager/DSO


    Posted On: 8/3/2021

    Updated On: 8/3/2021

    Dive Program Manager/DSO

    Full-time

    Grade: 14

    Salary: $41,000- $45,000, commensurate on experience

    Ambassador Commitment: Create meaningful connections and inspire actions that will have a lasting impact on conservation.

    Responsibilities: Serves as the Dive Safety Officer and given the objectives set by the Director of Animal Care and Welfare is responsible for the development, safety compliance, and management of all aspects of dive program operations including the dive facilities and equipment, in consideration of USDA, DHEC, AZA, and OSHA standards. This is a working dive technician position and will participate in daily dives as part of the dive team in positions of diver, tender, and designated person in charge. Will ensure a safe work environment, while understanding the operation and interpretation of technical dive equipment to include OTS Guardian Full Face Masks, compressors, fill stations, regulators, various communication control systems, etc. This position is responsible for fostering effective communication and collaboration across several departments.

    Essential Functions:

    • Ensures the dive program adheres to standards of all regulatory bodies
    • Manages the Dive Safety Manual and in conjunction with the Dive Safety Board contributes to content, updates, and writes new protocols
    • Serves as the chairperson of the Dive Safety Board
    • Oversees dive training process
    • Manages and maintains training & certification records for all divers
    • Prepares dive equipment maintenance reports, dive logs, certification status reports
    • Manages the dive emergency response program
    • Creates and maintains staffing schedule for dives in conjunction with animal area supervisors
    • Manages diver onboarding program

    Education and Experience: Current Recreational Dive Instructor Certification from a nationally recognized organization with a minimum of three years commercial diving experience or combined scientific diving and commercial diving required.  Associate degree or higher in Marine Science, Biological Sciences, or a related field preferred. Experience as a Dive Safety Officer (DSO), Assistant Dive Safety Officer (ADSO) and work in an AZA accredited institution preferred. This job requires heavy lifting up to 70 lbs and weekend work.

    to apply go to https://www.riverbanks.org/join-our-team/job-opportunities

  • Aquarium Encounters Dive Instructor


    Posted On: 8/3/2021

    Updated On: 8/3/2021

    Aquarium Encounters

    Guaranteed Pay + Tips and Commission.

    No bad weather days!

    Affordable employee housing available.

    A successful applicant must be an active Dive Instructor with insurance.

    This position involves safely instructing our guests in in-water activities at our facility. A great attitude and personality is a must and be able to work with a diverse group of people.

    This position could be part time or full time and would also involve helping our guests around our other exhibits that we have in the park. Someone with a marine science or marine biology background would be preferred, but not required.

    Please contact April Rasmussen by email at info@floridakeysaquariumencounters.com or call 305-407-3260.

  • Depth Perception Dive Center NAUI Instructor


    Posted On: 6/24/2021

    Updated On: 6/24/2021

    Depth Perception Dive Center in Tampa, Florida, a NAUI Pro Platinum Dive Center, is looking for a NAUI Instructor. You must have excellent people skills, communicate well, have a passion for instruction, very good in water skills, the ability to work with young students, understand, and teach to NAUI Standards and Practices.

    If you are interested, call 813-689-3483 or E Mail Depth Perception at depthperceptiondc@gmail.com  

  • XS Scuba Customer Service Representative


    Posted On: 6/7/2021

    Updated On: 6/8/2021

    Are you ready for a career in the dive industry? XS Scuba is growing!
    We are currently seeking a Customer Service Representative for our Santa Ana CA. office. Qualified candidates should submit their resume to Careers@xsscuba.com

    REQUIRED EXPERIENCE / SKILLS:

    • Provide a high level of customer support by ensuring customers’ requests are understood and addressed quickly.
    • Experience working with a high volume of incoming calls and e-mails processing sales and return requests, ensuring the client is left with a favorable experience
    • Experience scheduling freight shipment and routing shipments
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
    • Excellent organization skills
    • Computer literate - Microsoft Office package (Word, Excel Spreadsheet, and Outlook)
    • Perform, with a team approach, other duties as assigned.

    Send Resume to:  Careers@xssscuba.com

    Web Page: Careers — XS Scuba - Everything For The Perfect Dive

  • American Scuba Academy, Seeking Instructors


    Posted On: 6/2/2021

    Updated On: 6/2/2021

    Summer is coming around the corner and we need instructors.  Classes are currently filled to capacity and we have plenty of interested prospective students looking to join the adventures.  

    If you are an experienced Dvemaster looking to accelerate your professional development or a certified Instructor, we want to meet you.  Call us to join the team, jump in, and have a great time.

     

    Greg Martin

    CEO / Owner

    Email:  greg@americanscubaacademy.com

    Web Address:  https://americanscubaacademy.com/

    Shop: (951) 496-4148

    Address: 1551 E Ontario Ave. #105,Corona CA 92881

  • Hilo Ocean Adventures, Seeks boat captains


    Posted On: 6/2/2021

    Updated On: 6/21/2021

    Looking for experienced boat captains to drive 6 pax as well as a larger vessel.

     

    e-mail: info@hilooceanadventures.com

    call the shop during business hours 9-6pm HT (808)934-8344

     

    Come live the dream in the beautiful seaside city of Hilo, on the Big Island of Hawai'i

  • Hilo Ocean Adventures, Seeks Instructors


    Posted On: 6/2/2021

    Updated On: 6/21/2021

    We're looking to hire qualified (experienced) NAUI instructors to lead shore and boat dives as well as teach core classes, Try Scuba Diving experiences and all specialties. If they are a certified qualified technician on Atomic, Zeagle and Aqualung regulators and BCs as well as have experience with running a compressor and filling tanks.

    Pay is commensurate with experience and competitive for the Hawaiian market.

    e-mail: info@hilooceanadventures.com

    call the shop during business hours 9-6pm HT (808)934-8344

     

    Come live the dream in the beautiful seaside city of Hilo, on the Big Island of Hawai'i

  • US Space & Rocket Center - Divemaster


    Posted On: 4/27/2021

    Updated On: 4/27/2021

    Summary/Objective

    The purpose of this position is to assist in the effective and efficient operation of the Aquatics department to ensure the safety of all employees, guests, and trainees during water training activities. This position will ensure that these activities maintain standards for educational quality and reflect the Mission, Vision and Spirit of the USSRC.

     

    Duties/Responsibilities/Essential Functions

    • Aquatics Administration
      • Meet or exceed standards for safety, security, hygiene, and emotional welfare of participants that may normally be expected of a firm and judicious parent.
      • Meet or exceed professional and industry standards for the handling of hazardous chemicals.
      • Ensure that all safety equipment is available and in proper working condition for all water training activities.
      • Ensure the orderliness and appearance of the Aquatics Facility and related areas.
      • Meet or exceed the expectations of the Aquatics Manager for the accurate and timely completion of related tasks and assignments.
    • Underwater Astronaut Trainer
      • Meet or exceed professional and industry standards for maintaining integrity of water tank and related equipment.
      • Meet or exceed professional and industry standards for proper water quality, chemistry, clarity, and temperature.
      • Assist divers with preparation, donning, doffing, and rinsing of equipment to ensure diver safety and proper operation of equipment.
      • Conduct underwater training, tours, demonstrations and simulations in a prompt, professional and educational manner to ensure that guests and trainees receive quality service that reflects the Mission, Vision, and spirit of the USSRC.
      • Assist in the teaching of SCUBA to all participants in a professional, educational, and safe manner to ensure that they receive quality experience that reflects the Mission, Vision and Spirit of the USSRC.
      • Ensure that Aquatics documentation and related materials are accurately and promptly filed and maintained in accordance with Aquatics procedures. Documentation includes, but is not limited to:
    • Dive Log

    · Air Quality · Health Department Records

    · Pump Room Logs · Water Chemistry Logs

    · Compressor · Equipment Maintenance Log


    Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these essential functions.


    Supervisory Responsibilities No.


    Required Education and Experience

    High school, GED required. Must possess American Red Cross CPR and Lifeguard certification or be willing to obtain certifications within 6 months of employment. Divemaster certification required.

     

    Preferred Education and Experience

    1 year of formal education beyond high school preferred.

    Prefer the following:

    • Certified Pool and Spa operator
    • SCUBA gear maintenance repair
    • Lifeguard instructor certification
    • Instructorship in CPR, First Aid, Swimming

     

    Other Requirements

    Divemaster applicants must have or be able to complete certification course within 6 months for the following certifications: American Red Cross Lifeguard training.

     

    Work Environment/Physical Demands Summary

    • Walking, climbing (stairs) to access other departments / locations on USSRC grounds and to inspect UAT equipment and facility.
    • Must possess and perform required open water SCUBA and swimming activities including SCUBA rescue.
    • Pushing, carrying, lifting equipment up to 100 lbs.
    • Ability to handle 540 lb. drums of acid & caustic chemicals, power and hand tools and plumbing equipment.
    • Bending, kneeling reaching to store / retrieve supplies and equipment.
    • Sight, feeling, talking hearing to supervise, instruct, assist employees and trainees.
    • This position involves working in a climate-controlled building and at times outside in fair weather conditions in the Aviation Challenge lake.
    • This position involves the hazards associated with the profession.
    • This position deals extensively with employees and trainees that interact with assigned area of responsibility.

     

    Travel Required? No

     

    Affirmative Action/EEO statement

    The U.S. Space & Rocket Center is an equal opportunity employer. As such, we offer equal employment opportunities without regard to race, color, gender, religion, age, nationality, social or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital status, pregnancy, disability, veteran or any other characteristic protected by law.

    This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by an employee occupying this position. Employees may be required to perform other related duties as assigned, to ensure workload coverage. Employees are required to follow any other job-related instructions and to perform any other job-related duties requested by their supervisor.

    This job description does NOT constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee and is subject to change by the employer as the organizational needs and requirements of the job change.

    Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities

    The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor’s legal duty to furnish information. 41 CFR 60-1.35(c)

     

    Apply Online: https://www.indeed.com/viewjob?jk=cb51721d406318ff&tk=1f49l544et4j3801 

    Contact Michael Reams at michaelr@spacecamp.com

  • Lighthouse Diving Center - Sales Person, Instructors & Dive Masters


    Posted On: 4/7/2021

    Updated On: 4/7/2021

    Lighthouse Diving Center, Inc. is now hiring

    • Sales Person
    • Instructors
    • Dive Masters

    We are looking for positions to be filled at two of our three of our locations.

    Lynnwood, WA

    Seattle, WA

    If you are interested in any of these positions, please send your resume to Lighthouse Diving Center, Inc. ATTN: 
    Harry Truitt at htruitt@lighthousediving.com (425) 771-2679) or                                                              
    Andrew Bruscher at seattle@lighthousediving.com (206) 524-1633

     

    Full-Time Salesperson

    Lighthouse Diving Center is seeking candidates to fill a sales position and join its Professional Dive Staff in the Seattle area.

    Job Title: Salesperson
    Location: Lynnwood, WA, Seattle, WA
    Reports to: Store Manager.
    Available: Immediately.
    Salary: Salary (commensurate with experience) plus any instructor income if applicable.

    Benefits:

    • 5 days sick leave.
    • 1 week vacation after 1 year.
    • 2 weeks’ vacation after 2 years.
    • Employee discounts -15% over cost.
    • "Key Man" programs available.

    Duties Include:

    • in-store sales
    • shipping & receiving 
    • support regional events & functions.
    • other duties as needed.
    • teach NAUI classes if applicable (Open Water, Advanced Open Water, Rescue, Divemaster and Specialties).

    Supervisor's Comments: 

    This is a fast paced position for a knowledgeable and enthusiastic person who wants to work in the Scuba Diving Industry.  Holding an Instructor Certification would be a plus but is not required. Seattle is a great area to teach diving and to raise tomorrow's divers.  Take advantage of this wonderful opportunity; year-round diving with a 49 year old company seasoned in the diving industry.

  • Dive Isla Bella - Dive Master, Instructors and Administration Assistance


    Posted On: 4/5/2021

    Location: Dive Isla Bella, Marathon, Florida Keys

    Position: Full or Part-Time Dive Masters, Instructors, Administration Assistance in Dive Retail wanted.

    Contact: Wendy Hall  305-7437255

    diveislabella@gmail.com

  • US Space & Rocket Center - Dive Instructor


    Posted On: 3/29/2021

    Updated On: 4/27/2021

    Job Type: Part-time

     

    Full Job Description

    Summary/Objective

    The purpose of this position is to assist in the effective and efficient operation of the Water Training Facilities department to ensure the safety of all employees, guests and trainees during water training activities. This position will ensure that these activities maintain standards for educational quality and reflect the Mission, Vision and Spirit of the USSRC.

    Duties/Responsibilities/Essential Functions

    1. Water Training Facilities Administration

    • a. Meet or exceed standards for safety, security, hygiene, and emotional welfare of participants that may normally be expected of a firm and judicious parent.
    • b. Conduct tours and lectures in a prompt, professional manner to ensure that guests receive quality service that reflects the Mission, Vision and Spirit of the USSRC.
    • c. Meet or exceed professional and industry standards for the handling of hazardous chemicals.
    • d. Ensure that all safety equipment is available and in proper working condition for all water training activities.
    • e. Ensure the orderliness and appearance of the Water Training Facility and related areas.
    • f. Meet or exceed the expectations of the Water Training Manager for the accurate and timely completion of related tasks and assignments.

    2. Underwater Astronaut Trainer

    • a. Meet or exceed professional and industry standards for maintaining integrity of water tank and related equipment.
    • b. Meet or exceed professional and industry standards for proper water quality, chemistry, clarity and temperature.
    • c. Assist divers with preparation, donning, doffing, and rinsing of equipment to ensure diver safety and proper operation of equipment.
    • d. Conduct underwater training, tours, demonstrations and simulations in a prompt, professional and educational manner to ensure that guests and trainees receive quality service that reflects the Mission, Vision, and spirit of the USSRC.
    • e. Teach SCUBA to Advanced Academy trainees in a professional, educational, and safe manner to ensure that they receive quality experience that reflects the Mission, Vision and Spirit of the USSRC.
    • f. Ensure that WTF documentation and related materials are accurately and promptly filed and maintained in accordance with WRT procedures. Documentation includes, but is not limited to:
      • · SCUBA Classes · Simulation Test Demos
      • · Air Quality · Health Department Records
      • · Pump Room Logs · Water Chemistry Logs
      • · Compressor · Equipment Maintenance Log
      • · Air Fill Log · Inventory
    • g. Systematically inspect the UAT, chlorinating, heat and circulation, air compressor systems and other mechanical equipment and devices to ensure an effective level of operation and safety.
    • h. Ensure that all malfunctions with UAT, mechanical equipment and electrical systems are reported promptly for repair.
    • i. Ensure that the Underwater Training Facility has adequate supplies and materials necessary to conduct daily operations.

    3.This position requires the following certifications. If applicant does not possess the certifications, he/she must obtain them within 6 months of date of hire:

    • j. Open water SCUBA certified
    • k. NAUI SCUBA Rescue and Training Assistant Certification
    • l. Current CPR Certification for professional
    • m. First Aid Certification
    • n. Pool care and maintenance certification
    • o. Lifeguard certification

    4. The following certifications are preferred in addition to the above:

    • a. NAUI Master SCUBA Diver certification
    • b. Active NAUI or nationally recognized SCUBA instructor or assistant instructor
    • c. Certified Pool and Spa operator
    • d. SCUBA gear maintenance repair
    • e. Lifeguard instructor certification
    • f. Instructorship in CPR, First Aid, Swimming

     


    Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these essential functions.

     


    Supervisory Responsibilities No.

     


    Required Education and Experience

    Education: High school or G.E.D. plus 2 years formal education beyond the high school level

     


    Work Experience: 3-6 months experience as a lifeguard with some supervisory experience desire (0-6 months) OR an equivalent combination of education and experience. Must have the above required certifications or be willing to obtain certifications within 6 months of employment. Must have excellent verbal communication skills to instruct employees and trainees in the proper use of WTF equipment and activities.

    Preferred Education and Experience

    SCUBA instructor certification preferred. Basic knowledge of pool systems and engineering design helpful.

    Work Environment/Physical Demands Summary

    This position has the following special requirements:

    • Walking, climbing (stairs) to access other departments/locations on USSRC grounds and to inspect UAT equipment and facility.
    • Must possess and perform required open water SCUBA and swimming activities including SCUBA rescue.
    • Pushing, carrying, lifting equipment up to 100 lbs.
    • Ability to handle 540 lb. drums of acid & caustic chemicals, power and hand tools and plumbing equipment.
    • Bending, kneeling reaching to store / retrieve supplies and equipment.
    • Sight, feeling, talking hearing to supervise, instruct, assist employees and trainees.

    This position involves working in a climate-controlled building and at times outside in fair weather conditions in the Aviation Challenge lake. This position involves the hazards associated with the profession. This position deals extensively with employees and trainees that interact with assigned area of responsibility. This position interacts extensively with small children. This position will require the wearing of a wet suit with SCUBA equipment and performing SCUBA dives with trainees.

     


    Travel Required? No

     

    Apply Online: https://www.indeed.com/viewjob?jk=d06af204f0349a5b&from=serp&vjs=3 

     

    Contact Michael Reams at michaelr@spacecamp.com

  • Life Support Systems Technician - Riverbanks Zoo & Garden


    Posted On: 2/23/2021

    Updated On: 2/23/2021

    Riverbanks Zoo & Garden is currently recruiting for an experienced, motivated,
    team player to join us! These is a full-time opportunity with benefits.

    Life Support Systems Technician
    Full-time/Salary: $15.13 - $17.00

    Responsibilities: Given objectives set by the Director of Facilities Maintenance, is responsible
    for operating, repairing, and maintaining Riverbanks LSS equipment, structures and facilities.
    Will ensure a safe work environment, while understanding the operation and interpretation of
    technical LSS equipment. Follows USDA, DHEC, OSHA, AZA, etc. standards in all areas.

    Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree in Marine Science, Biological Sciences or a related
    field required. Experience with commercial LSS equipment, water quality testing equipment,
    and/or pool filtration and equipment preferred; or any equivalent combination of education, training
    and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities. Open Water Dive
    Certification from a nationally accredited organization desired. Experience working in an AZA
    accredited institution preferred.

    The ideal candidate will enjoy working within a collaborative environment and be a team player.
    Must be organized, detail oriented, and have excellent written and verbal communication skills
    with a very high standard for service. Will be able to handle multiple projects simultaneously and
    possess thorough knowledge of current computer applications to include MS Office Suite. Must
    be able to pass a dive medical evaluation and be able to lift and carry up to 70 lbs. repeatedly.
    Must possess or be eligible for a valid SC driver’s license.

    Please visit our webpage for a full Job Posting.

    Please visit www.riverbanks.org for more information. Riverbanks Zoo is an Equal
    Opportunity Employer.

    To apply for any of this exciting opportunities, please visit www.riverbanks.org
    Use the “Join Our Team” link to complete an on-line application and submit your
    resume and cover letter.

  • Seacamp Association, Inc Seeks Instructors


    Posted On: 1/29/2021

    Updated On: 1/29/2021

    Seacamp is looking for dynamic SCUBA Instructors interested in teaching teenagers basic certification courses and leading dives for certified divers. Instructors prepare and conduct Skin diving, NAUI SCUBA Diver, NAUI Master Diver, and Seacamp’s own selection of Marine Science Investigations classes for teenagers. Instructors also train staff in NAUI Rescue Diver and NAUI Skin Diving Instructor to prepare them to act as snorkeling and SCUBA assistants. Instructors participate in all camp functions and assist in camper supervision.

     

    Job Requirements:

    • Must be at least 21 years of age and be a nationally certified SCUBA Instructor. Seacamp is a NAUI facility but hires instructors from all agencies.
    • Must be comfortable in the water and have strong swimming skills.
    • Employment dates are May 22-August 31.

     

    Benefits include:

    • Salary, room and board, and allowance for insurance
    • Opportunity to dive one of the most extensive coral reefs in the continental United States. Practical experience teaching environmental awareness in a tropical marine setting.
    • Comprehensive experiential staff training program.

     

    SEACAMP staff enhance their career potential through one of the most comprehensive staff training programs in the camping field. Spending the summer working with us can help staff:

    • Develop leadership, decision-making, and communication skills
    • Gain experience teaching others
    • Have a positive influence on youth
    • Build life-long friendships working closely with a talented, multi-cultural staff
    • Establish professional references and contacts
    • Clarify personal career goals
    • Learn from professionals in the fields of marine science, aquatics, and child development

     

    EXPERIENCE YOU WILL GAIN: Training all age groups including instructing a NAUI Rescue Diver and Skin Diving Instructor course for staff and co-instructing Marine Science/SCUBA courses for campers that are certified divers; participating in a comprehensive Captain’s Course including seamanship, navigation and practical boat handling; Experience in compressor operation and gear maintenance.

     

    To Apply: Send resume with complete work history and cover letter to info@seacamp.org. We will contact you to complete your employment packet, including an application, official college transcripts and references.  Applicants will be required to submit a Level II fingerprint background check and drug screening prior to employment. 

     

    Seacamp Scuba Flyer 2019

    Seacamp Scuba Letter 2019