Dive Master and Youth Programs Leader
ORGANIZATION: Vermilion Sea Institute
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VSI is seeking a Dive Master or Dive Instructor to support in water activities for snorkelers and certified divers. Additionally, this position will support the AVEN program by being an extra set of eyes and hands in the water, and supporting AVEN Instructors with program equipment management and logistics.
The Dive Master/Aven Support is a full time, temporary, position. The candidate will manage the dive gear and scuba divers. This position will work with VSI’s Dive Safety Officer and Aventureros Coordinator. The candidate should be able to independently manage all scuba diving responsibilities, including but not limited to, outfitting participants with gear, leading dives, supervising children at play in the water, and facilitating the cleaning and organization of gear. If the candidate desires, they can assist in the development of VSI’s scuba program, including offering Discover Scuba and Scuba Refresher courses. Additionally, when not working with scuba divers, the candidate will support Aventureros activities with water safety management.
Desired start date is late July, but the candidate could start as soon as possible. The candidate is desired for the month of August, but there is potential to stay through September or October.
About Vermilion Sea Institute
PO Box 1904, Bonita, CA 91908, US
The mission of the Vermilion Sea Institute is to foster sustainable and enriching relationships between human societies and the ecosystems that support them. Because we recognize that these relationships are complex and multi-dimensional, VSI supports and implements programs that address not only ecological, but also cultural, economic, and sociopolitical aspects of environmental issues.
Natural resources cover our planet. They are necessary, they are beautiful, they are invaluable, they are the source of both life and commerce. While natural resources are plentiful, access to these life sources is a privilege. We strive to connect people to the natural world, to educate about ecosystems, and to explore through scientific inquiry. Nestled upon the shores of the Gulf of California within the Bahía de los Ángeles Biosphere reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Vermilion Sea Field Station (VSFS) has hosted scientists, conservationists, educators, and students since the 1970’s. Currently we are looking to expand our programs for local youth, open our doors to scientific researchers from all over the world, and secure funding for long-term sustainability.
Vermilion Sea Field StationBahia de los Angeles, Baja California Mexico
July 9, 2022
- Teaching / Instruction
- Outdoor Recreation
- Water Recreation
- Background Check
- Flexible depending on student schedules. Often a few days in a row (4-6 hrs per day) and then days off.
- At least 80% fluent in Spanish and at least 80% fluent in English. Current, insured Divemaster (or higher) certification.