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  • Reef Encounters - Iwakuni seeks Instructor or Divemaster

    Posted March 19, 2019

    Reef Encounters - Iwakuni, Japan, is a busy dive center located on the United States Marine Corps Air Station. Reef Encounters seeks a full-time dive instructor to work in the dive shop, teach classes and lead trips. This is a full-time job with salary plus commission on sales. Assistance with housing is available. 

    Iwakuni- Japan is located 40 minutes south of Hiroshima, and the water is chilly (11 degrees Celsius in winter to 23 degrees Celsius in summer) with low visibility. Individuals must be comfortable in these types of diving conditions. Classes are full-year round, so there are many courses but also some chances to lead both local and international trips. Training opportunities with the in-house Course Director Trainer and Tech Instructor staff also exist for interested candidates. Minimum one year commitment is needed. Due to the job being on a military base, candidates must pass a background check upon hiring. U.S. or Japanese-national preferred due to base access. Must speak fluent English. 

    Submit resumes to Doug Bennett at doug@reefencounters.org

  • Catalina Sea Camp seeks NAUI Instructor or Divemaster

    Posted March 13, 2019

    Catalina Sea Camp at CIMI - Toyon Bay, Catalina Island, California is looking for a NAUI Instructor or Divemaster.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

        •    At least 21 years of age.
        •    Active status NAUI Divemaster or Dive Instructor equipped in accordance with NAUI standards.
        •    Previous experience working with youth and a desire to work with them.
        •    Strong communication and human relation skills.
        •    Ability and desire to work and live in crowded conditions (shared room) in a remote setting.
        •    Ability to work closely with other staff members and work as a team.
        •    Self-directed learner, planner, and worker.
        •    Good character, integrity, flexibility, enthusiasm, and patience.
        •    Ability accept supervision and guidance.
        •    Current dive accident insurance (ex: DAN).
        •    Current First Aid and CPR for the Professional Rescuer (on-site training provided).
        •    Lifeguard certification preferred (on-site training provided).
        •    Valid U.S. driver’s license preferred. 



    BENEFITS

        •    The rate of pay as indicated on your contract.
        •    Shared dorm housing and all meals are provided on site.
        •    Workers Compensation Insurance and State Disability insurance.
        •    DAN Professional Liability Insurance (Individual plan for Divemasters and Instructors).
        •    Privileges to use certain CIMI equipment for personal use in accordance with established CIMI policies (ex. sailboats, sailboards, scuba cylinders,
        •    vehicles, climbing wall and kayaks).
        •    Access to some of the most exciting, beautiful diving and hiking in Southern California.
        •    The opportunity to develop teaching and leadership skills as well as interpersonal and management skills.

    RESPONSIBILITIES
        •    Teach or assist NAUI recreational scuba classes as assigned (in water and lecture).  
        •    Develop or lead additional programing including: snorkeling, hiking, kayaking, and marine science labs.
        •    Keep all program areas neat, clean and safe.
        •    Develop supplementary material for programs as needed.
        •    Adhere to safety rules, company policies and procedures for the well being of campers and staff.
        •    Facilitate operations on the dive deck, including filling cylinders, organizing program equipment, ensuring cleanliness, and assisting in incidents and emergencies.
        •    Comply with NAUI and CIMI standards and policies and procedures when teaching classes.
        •    Attend all meetings, leadership, and instructional sessions.
        •    Assist with dorm supervision and inspection and arrival/departure procedures as assigned.
        •    Provide and/or attend evening programs and activities when necessary or assigned.
        •    Interact with campers outside of class sessions to help ensure the success of the program.
        •    Work the necessary hours to get the job done, assist other departments when available.
        •    Assist with the between session clean-ups
        •    Follow and enforce all camp rules and policies.
        •    Other duties as assigned by the Dive Director or Camp Director.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

       •    Must be able to effectively work with the campers, supervisors and other staff.
       •    Ability and willingness to communicate any problems with staff or campers to the Dive Director.
       •    Good physical condition with the mobility, visual and auditory skills to maintain control of 8-15 campers in a variety of environments (in the water, during learning sessions, on hikes, etc.).
       •    Willingness to adapt to a highly structured, camp orientated program.
       •    Ability to properly respond to emergency situations and enforce appropriate safety rules.
       •    Knowledge and ability to teach dive classes as assigned in all open water environments.

    WORK YEAR: May 28 - August 10

    Please click here to apply.

     

  • AstroCamp seeks NAUI Instructor or Divemaster

    Posted March 13, 2019

    AstroCamp in Idyllwild, California is looking for a NAUI Instructor or Divemaster.  

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS


        •    At least 21 years of age.

        •    Active status NAUI Divemaster or Dive Instructor equipped in accordance with NAUI standards.

        •    Previous experience working with youth and a desire to work with them.

        •    Strong communication and human relation skills.

        •    Ability and desire to work and live in crowded conditions (shared room) in a remote setting.

        •    Self-directed learner, planner, and worker.

        •    Good character, integrity, flexibility, enthusiasm, and patience.

        •    Current dive accident insurance (ex: DAN).

        •    Current First Aid and CPR for the Professional Rescuer.

        •    Valid U.S. driver’s license preferred. 



    BENEFITS

        •    The rate of pay as indicated on your contract.

        •    Housing and all meals are provided on site.

        •    Workers Compensation Insurance and State Disability insurance.

        •    DAN Professional Liability Insurance (Individual plan for Divemasters and Instructors).

        •    Access to exciting, beautiful hiking in Southern California.

        •    The opportunity to develop teaching and leadership skills as well as interpersonal and management skills.


    RESPONSIBILITIES

        •    Teach or assist in our confined water ‘Try Dive’ like class bridging to “Neutral Buoyancy Lab/Junior Astronaut” training.  

        •    Work with the AstroCamp Director to develop curriculum, materials, and/or new ideas for the class as needed. 

        •    Keep all program areas neat, clean and safe.

        •    Adhere to safety rules, company policies and procedures for the well being of campers and staff.

        •    Facilitate operations including filling cylinders, organizing program equipment, ensuring cleanliness, and assisting in incidents and emergencies.

        •    Comply with NAUI and AstroCamp standards and policies and procedures when teaching classes.

        •    Attend all meetings, leadership, and instructional sessions.

        •    Assist with dorm supervision and inspection and arrival/departure procedures as assigned.

        •    Provide and/or attend evening programs and activities when necessary or assigned.

        •    Interact with campers outside of class sessions to help ensure the success of the program.

        •    Work the necessary hours to get the job done, assist other departments when available.

        •    Assist with the between session clean-ups

        •    Follow and enforce all camp rules and policies.

        •    Other duties as assigned by camp directors.


    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

        •    Must be able to effectively work with the campers, supervisors and other staff.

        •    Ability and willingness to communicate any problems with staff or campers to the  to your supervisor.

        •    Good physical condition with the mobility, visual and auditory skills to maintain control of 8-15 campers in a variety of environments.

        •    Willingness to adapt to a highly structured, camp orientated program.

        •    Creativity and outside the box thinking to develop engaging programing. 

        •    Ability to properly respond to emergency situations and enforce appropriate safety rules.

        •    Knowledge and ability to teach dive classes as assigned.

    WORK TERM: Short Term Summer, June 27-July 28, 2019 (earlier start date may be negotiated)

    For more information, check out astrocampsummer.org.


    To apply, please email resume and references to diving@gdi.org.

     

  • Seacamp Association, Inc Seeks Instructors

    Posted March 13, 2019

    Location: Big Pine Key, Florida

    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.

     

  • Center for Marine Resource Studies Seeks Dive Safety Officer

    Posted March 11, 2019


    Center for Marine Resource Studies

    Location: Turks & Caicos Islands 

    Institutional Mission: SFS creates transformative study abroad experiences through field-based learning and research. Our educational programs explore the human and ecological dimensions of the complex environmental problems faced by our local partners, contributing to sustainable solutions in the places where we live and work. The SFS community is part of a growing network of individuals and institutions committed to environmental stewardship.

    

Center Objective: The SFS Center for Marine Resource Studies (CMRS), a field station located on South Caicos Island in TCI, is committed to providing educational and research opportunities to visiting students while collaborating with local stakeholders on setting the research agenda and sharing research outcomes. We operate year-round, delivering two semester and two summer programs. The Center strives to make a meaningful contribution to the sustainable management of South Caicos marine resources and ecosystems, to the better management of the terrestrial environment, and towards the preparedness of the local community for the advent of mainstream tourism. The Center research activities are carried out in three areas: assessment and monitoring of marine environments and species, conservation and management of marine resources, and socio-economic conditions for development.

    Position Summary: Under the general direction of the Center Director, the Diving Safety Officer (DSO) is responsible for a variety of support duties associated with SFS/CMRS sponsored academic and scientific activities on and underwater in order to ensure these activities are carried out in an effective and safe manner in accordance with SFS and CMRS specific policies.

    Duties and Responsibilities:
    General — The routine operational authority for the diving and waterfront programs, including conducting training, leading dives (and snorkels), certification, and skill assessment for activities based out of the waterfront, in conjunction with the Marine and Operations Coordinator (MOC). This includes, but is not limited to swimming, snorkeling, and SCUBA diving. This is a hands-on position and involves frequent SCUBA diving and boat driving.

    Dive & Snorkel Program Management and Training
        •    Oversee and deliver the Open Water and Advanced Open water courses with assistance from the MOC
        •    Supervise the organization of all recreational student diving and snorkeling trips and frequently lead activities.  Ensure all dive/snorkeling activities are recorded.  As needed, coordinate these activities with the MOC
        •    Responsible for overseeing staff diving and snorkeling skills and providing training and skill development as needed
        •    Work in coordination with MOC to ensure all staff exercise prudent seamanship.  Facilitate training and skill development as needed
        •    Management of student compliance with all waterfront policies

    Safety, Risk Mitigation
        •    Provide primary oversight for waterfront, boating, dive, and snorkel safety with assistance from MOC
        •    Oversee student compliance with all waterfront policies.
        •    Review all field exercise risk management plans (RMPs)
        •    Work with the Safety Director and Student Affairs Manager to screen all student medical records, and reports to the Center Director with a summary each semester.
        •    Maintain all student records for mandated time periods
        •    Responsible for ensuring base-site radio coverage and safety support during all student boat activities, ensure logs are entered
        •    Report all boat, scuba and waterfront related incidents to the Marine and Operations Coordinator, SAM, and Center Director in a timely manner using the standard ‘Incident Report' form

    Dive & Snorkel Equipment Management
        •    Work with the MOC to ensure student crew packs are ordered and gear packages arrive in time for student training
        •    Assist MOC with cylinder servicing including visual and hydrostatic testing as needed
        •    Assist MOC with the maintenance of the Center's air compressor and ensure breathing media is in compliance with compressed breathing air specifications
        •    Under the direction of the MOC assist with maintenance of all waterfront equipment, including boats, compressor, SCUBA gear, mooring systems, etc.
    Management of Waterfront Interns
        •    Direct supervision and coordination of Waterfront Interns on a daily basis ensuring adequate training provided, daily duties are completed, and academic and program functions are staffed at appropriate ratios
        •    Provide training to waterfront Interns with respect to student supervision and safety
        •    Consult with MOC on waterfront operational matters that Waterfront Interns can assist with

    Program Support
        •    Participate in planning activities prior to the program start and in review/analysis following students' departure
        •    Participate in preparation of the Final Reports, SFS-CMRS Dive Manual revisions, updating SFS-CMRS waterfront policies, manual revisions, and other required reports.
        •    Participate in training activities for new center staff prior to and during the program
        •    Participate in and lead parts of the orientation and re-entry components of the program presented to students at the beginning and end of each program period
        •    Participate and/or lead community outreach and engagement projects
        •    In cooperation with other Center staff, provide day-to-day coordination of Interns and contribute to Intern performance reviews
        •    Participate in resolving group management issues and student discipline problems
        •    As requested by the Center Director, assist with other logistical, group management and administrative tasks

    Daily Center Life
        •    Live on-site for the duration of each program period and take meals with the students
        •    On a rotating basis, take responsibility for Center-specific "staff of the day" duties
        •    Take part in, and occasionally lead, Center upkeep projects, social and field activities
        •    At the request of the Center Director, serve as caretaker for Center during program breaks and center rentals
        •    Drive standard transmission vehicles and boats as needed
        •    Adhere to, actively model and enforce all SFS and Center policies and procedures
        •    At all times, work to ensure good relations between the Center and local community

    Required Qualifications:
        •    Active status SCUBA diving instructor's certification from a nationally recognized agency (i.e., PADI, NAUI, BSAC)
        •    First Aid/CPR instructor
        •    Oxygen administration instructor
        •    Extensive small boat handling experience
        •    Experience in outboard engine troubleshooting and mechanics
        •    Certified in visual inspection for cylinders and experience with hydrostatic testing
        •    Related experience with an academic institution
        •    Experience with marine rescue and hazard identification

    Preferred Qualifications:
        •    Captain's License
        •    Bachelor's degree (highly desirable, marine related discipline an advantage)
        •    Experience in leadership (management) and personnel supervision
        •    Caribbean diving experience and knowledge of marine life highly desirable
        •    Experience in group living situations
        •    EMT qualified
        •    Wilderness First Responder certification
        •    Tank inspection capability
        •    Shallow water diving experience

    Other Expectations:
        •    Willingness to work flexible hours and live on site at the field station with a small team of permanent staff, groups of US undergraduate students and visiting researchers or programs, and participate in all center activities.
        •    Represent SFS at local and international conferences.

    Reports To: Center Director

    Compensation:  Salary plus on-site room & board and an excellent benefits package.

    Start Date: August 2019 (annual renewable contract is preferred)

    To Apply: Submit a cover letter outlining relevant experiences and addressing the qualifications and expectations stated above and curriculum vitae online - https://fieldstudies.catsone.com/careers/index.php?m=portal&a=details&jobOrderID=10350211


    Recommendation letters will be required upon request. Equal Opportunity Employer.

  • Center for Marine Resource Studies Seeks Waterfront Assistant

    Posted March 11, 2019



    The purpose of this position is to provide support in the areas of program delivery, academics, research, group dynamics, logistics, program safety, risk management and site maintenance. The position assists faculty with various research projects, including planning, data gathering, analysis and report writing. The position also assists the Diving Safety Officer and Marine Operations Coordinator in the implementation of the dive and waterfront program. This includes assisting with the safe and prudent conduct of SCUBA, snorkeling, swimming, and boating activities conducted at the Center. 


    Location:
 The SFS Center for Marine Resource Studies - South Caicos, Turks & Caicos Islands

    

Reports to:
 Center Director 
Day to day supervision may be delegated to Dive Safety Officer, Marine Operations Coordinator, Student Affairs Manager, Faculty, and Site Managers as appropriate.

    Duties/Responsibilities:
          
    Program Support (approximately 20%)
        •    Participate in planning activities prior to the program start and in review/analysis following students' departure
        •    Participate in training activities for new center staff prior to and during the program
        •    Assist with administrative or logistical tasks such as data logging, purchasing, keeping inventories, record keeping, and routine maintenance of site and equipment as requested
        •    Participate in preparation of the Final Reports and other required reports and/or manual revisions as requested
        •    Assist with other logistical, group management and administrative tasks
        •    Live on-site for the duration of each program period and take meals with the students
        •    On a rotating basis, take responsibility for Center-specific "staff of the day" duties
        •    Take part in, and occasionally lead, Center upkeep projects, social and field activities
        •    At the request of the Center Director, serve as caretaker for Center during program breaks and center rentals
        •    At all times, work to ensure good relations between the Center and local community

    Waterfront Support (50%)
        •    Lead recreational and research snorkel and SCUBA dives
        •    Drive standard transmission vehicles and boats as needed
        •    On a daily basis, maintain waterfront facilities, assist with operations including but not limited to filling tanks, maintaining moorings, boat maintenance, fueling boats
        •    Lead Kayak excursions
        •    Prepare SCUBA tanks and equipment for recreational and research snorkels and SCUBA dives
        •    Assist with vehicle and vessel maintenance

    Academics (30%)
        •    Assist in organizing the library, teaching aids, research materials and projects, community service projects, recreational activities, and other program activities as requested
        •    Assist students with academic and research materials and projects
        •    Organize and prepare support materials for faculty lectures and field trips including slides, photographs, charts, graphs, maps, field samples and equipment

    Student Life
        •    Help organize students to perform their required tasks in support of the residential aspects of program, e.g., food preparation, recycling efforts, center clean-ups, student committees, etc.
        •    Participate in planning activities prior to the program start and in review/analysis following students' departure
        •    Participate in the orientation and re-entry components of the program presented to students at the beginning and end of each program period
        •    Participate in resolving group management issues and student discipline problems
        •    Monitor student morale and assist in solving daily problems at the Center
        •    Participate in community service activities

    Safety & Risk Management
        •    Adhere to, actively model, and enforce all SFS and Center policies, procedures, and rules.
        •    Participate in the review and revision of Center Risk Assessment and Management plans
        •    Recommend and review policies and procedures needed to manage risks
        •    Know the emergency procedures plan for the Center, including evacuation plan
        •    Participate in the safety portions of the on-site orientation and conduct safety briefings for students and/or staff
        •    Complete Incident Reports when appropriate and contribute to Safety Audits
        •    Ensure that first aid certifications are kept up to date via periodic courses offered by SFS between program sessions
        •    Report infractions of Center rules to the Center Director in a timely fashion
        •    Maintain the First Aid equipment and help create and document safety procedures

    Minimum Qualifications
        •    Ability to obtain Turk and Caicos Island work permit (including medical certification several months prior to arrival)
        •    BA/BS in Marine Ecology, Marine Resource Management or Marine Policy and Socio-economics
        •    Current First Aid and CPR certifications
        •    Current, active Dive Master certification, including insurance
        •    Small boat handling experience
        •    Experience organizing and facilitating groups
        •    Clean driving record and ability to operate standard transmission vehicles and boats
        •    Demonstrated ability to work as a team member and independently
        •    Demonstrated commitment to environmental issues
        •    Willingness to work flexible hours and live on site at the field station with a small team of permanent staff, groups of US undergraduate students and visiting researchers or programs
        •    Assistants must have their own SCUBA gear including service receipt for regulators
        •    Experience working with U.S. college-age students in a professional setting

    Preferred Qualifications
        •    Successful completion of an SFS or similar international residential program
        •    Basic knowledge of small boat and 2-cycle outboard engine repair
        •    Familiarity with MS Word, Excel, Access and statistical software skills
        •    In country or regional experience

    Compensation/Benefits
        •    Salary
        •    Onsite room and board
        •    Emergency medical evacuation and repatriation insurance coverage
        •    International Health Insurance reimbursement
        •    Travel Reimbursement for travel to and from the Center at the start and completion of contract
        •    NIB/NHIP Benefits

    To Apply:
    Submit a resume and detailed cover letter outlining relevant experience online at https://fieldstudies.catsone.com/careers/. References will be required upon request.
    Equal Opportunity Employer.

    Contact: Heidi Hertler, Center Director, at hhertler@fieldstudies.org



  • A Deep Blue Dive Center Seeks Dive Instructors

    Updated March 11, 2019

    A Deep Blue Dive Center is looking for a dive instructor to work full time at Florida Keys Aquarium Encounters.

    Instructor Duties:

    • Guide guests on interactive snorkeling and diving tours in the aquarium's main tank.
    • Oversee snorkel excursions in the lagoon.
    • Instruct entry-level dive courses for kid's camp participants, etc.
    • Conduct scuba courses.
    • Guide certified divers.
    • Dry crew mate the boat.
    • Maintain equipment, tank fills, etc.
    • Other duties include cleaning the main aquarium tanks; maintaining the scuba and snorkel equipment; helping biologists with feeding and monitoring the fish; and conducting other necessary tasks.

    Applicants must be current with dive pro status and have own liability insurance. Must live in the Florida Keys and have own transportation. No keys disease.

    Compensation: Shift pay, plus tips for all positions.

    Please email resume with contact information to adeepbluedive@aol.com to be considered.

  • Georgia Aquarium Seeks Divemaster

    Updated March 11, 2019

    Position: Part-time Divemaster

    Location: Atlanta, Georgia

    Employer: Georgia Aquarium


     
    Position Summary
    
The primary responsibility of the Part-time Dive Immersion Dive Masters is the coordination of the daily guest dive immersion experience ensuring that all programming is engaging and innovative, with a priority on guest service, satisfaction, and safety. Program responsibilities will be conducted in accordance with the Georgia Aquarium Dive Safety Program and in direct support of the mission of the Georgia Aquarium, including staff diver training and guest diver program administration.




    Responsibilities:

    1. Responsible for guest immersion experience daily diving operations.

    2. Participate in advanced training and development classes. 

    3. Become proficient in all 6 of the dive master job assignments.

    4. Share knowledge with others in a team environment and assist with training of those with less knowledge and experience.
    
5. Meet all applicable requirements as outlined in Georgia Aquarium’s Diving Operations and Procedures Manual.

    6. Adhere to all dive safety policies and procedures as set by GAI and the Dive Control Board.

    7. Maintain and inspect dive equipment ensuring all is within the proper operating parameters to provide a safe and enjoyable diving environment for guest divers.

    8. Assist with the implementation of preventative maintenance on breathable air systems while maintaining precise records.

    9. Regularly perform guest experience dives in support of the program mission.

    10. Regularly demonstrate a comprehensive and advanced knowledge of recreational diving methods and techniques.
    
11. Occasionally assist Husbandry with exhibit maintenance and other duties as workload necessitates.

    12. Maintain the highest standards of work area cleanliness at all times.

    13. Interface effectively with other departments to maintain the highest standards of quality.

    14. Regularly interact on behalf of Georgia Aquarium, with guests, media, public, etc.

    15. Perform other Dive Office functions such as filling cylinders, tending/diving feeding presentations, data entry, buddy diving, diving supervisor, etc. as needed.



    Qualifications:
    
• High School Diploma required. Bachelor’s Degree preferred

    • Present evidence of all dive training and diving history.

    • Pass Georgia Aquarium’s Dive Physical.

    • Pass Georgia Aquarium’s Swim Test annually.

    • Pass an Open Water checkout dive with Diving Safety Officer or Designee.
    
• Previous experience in dive instruction and guidance preferred. Aquarium-related guest program experience is a plus
.
    • Hold a current, active, certification as an Open Water Diving instructor or Dive Master from an internationally recognized diving agency.
    
• Hold current First Aid and Adult, Child, and Infant CPR, and Oxygen Provider Instructor certifications from a nationally recognized agency
.
    • Additional education and diving related certification(s), i.e. Divers with disabilities instructor, Instructor Trainer from internationally recognized dive agency, and any additional training/experience in underwater guest diver programs are a plus.

    • A basic knowledge of marine species and environments is a plus
.
    • Above average ability to organize, manage time and set priorities while meeting deadlines.
    
• Ability to be flexible and shift priorities to meet departmental requirements
.
    • High level of interpersonal skills to interact with staff and guests
.
    • Ability to maintain a high level of professionalism, integrity and confidentiality
.
    • Superior verbal and written communication skills as well as presentation skills essential
.
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Products (Outlook, Word, and Excel).

    Physical Demands & Work Environment: 

    The physical demands and work environment described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools or controls; reach with hands and arms; climb stairs; balance; stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl; talk or hear; taste or smell. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision, color and peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is exposed to weather conditions prevalent at the time. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.
In addition, the daily physical requirements specific to the Maintenance Diver may include:
    
• Walking.
    
• Lift and carrying in loads excess of 50 pounds 100 feet
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    • Ability to swim.
    
• Ability to use SCUBA equipment.
    
• Ability to maintain daily contact with a living collection of plants and animals
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    • Ability to perform both in water and on land rescues proficiently.

    Apply Online

    Contact:
    Georgia Aquarium Website Job Posting
    Chris Miller, Assistant Manager, cmiller@georgiaaquarium.org
     

  • Venice Diver Center Seeks Instructor

    Posted March 4, 2019


    Location: Venice, Florida
    NAUI Instructors are needed to help with scuba certification classes and other responsibilities, as assigned. 

    Job Requirements:
    •Active teaching status
    •Comfortable diving in low visibility
    •Competent communication skills
    •Professional demeanor
    •Specialty teaching certifications or willingness to obtain certifications.

    For more information, http://venicedivecenter.com/

    The current schedule for open water course is two weekends a month with the first weekend including a Friday night class. The schedule is open for negotiation. We encourage teaching E-learning.

    To apply: Send resumes to Stephanie@Venicedivecenter.com

  • Dive Spot Seeks Instructor/Sales Person

    Updated January 2, 2019

    Location: Fremont, California

    Dive Spot is seeking a NAUI Instructor/Salesperson to work full-time and who would be available to work in its new retail store.

    Compensation: Hourly plus commission, plus income from instruction.

    Benefits:
    - "Key Man" programs available from Scubapro, Oceanic and Hollis
    - Employee discounts to be discussed

    Duties Include:
    - In-store sales
    - Shipping & receiving
    - Support regional events & functions.
    - other duties as needed.
    - Teach NAUI classes (Open Water, Advanced Open Water, Rescue, Divemaster and Specialties).

    Applicant should be knowledgeable and an overall enthusiastic person who would enjoy working in a new dive retail enterprise. Holding an instructor certification is required. Northern California is a great place to teach diving and the Fremont area has a very affluent customer base. Ability to speak Chinese and/or Vietnamese in addition to English is a plus. Social media and basic website administration, a plus.

    To Apply: Send resumes to Tom Tahk at divespotca@gmail.com or call 408-499-6543.

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