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Watersports Instructor

  • Job Location

    Lymington, Hampshire

  • Start date

    April onwards

  • Duration


  • Job Benefits

    £16 to £18K per annum pro rata


Job Description

  • Be well presented with a professional attitude.
  • Maintain an excellent standard of customer service.
  • Deliver watersports instruction to a high standard for which you are qualified.
  • Assist in the preparation, organisation, and delivery of activities for all customers.
  • Actively plan and prepare suitable sessions based on experience and ability of the customers
  • Ensure safety cover is of the highest standard.
  • Ensure the highest standard of health and safety.
  • To ensure that equipment in maintained and stored in line with defined standards and to test equipment prior to use, and at regular intervals, to ensure a safe and effective operation.
  • Ensure that the appearance of the launching site and equipment is kept at an excellent standard.
  • To ensure that logs and accurate written records are regularly updated in connection with relevant activities.
  • The ability to work well, both independently and as part of the team.
  • To set up, pack up, and help all customers.
  • To be flexible in your job role and willing to assist in all other duties.
  • In a meet and greet situation, you will be confident and consistently deliver excellent personable information.
  • To ensure that logs and accurate written records are regularly updated in connection with relevant activities.
  • To assist with the planning and delivery of training sessions in line with agreed objectives and consistent with the physical abilities of the group and the National Governing Body objectives.
  • To deal with as appropriate and report any safety hazards to the duty manager at the earliest opportunity.
  • To ensure all participants have a safe, enjoyable learning experience and will want to return.
  • To complete any documentation required relating to group sessions e.g., individual record cards, assessments and any other relevant documentation.
  • To administer first aid or to ensure that first aid/medical assistance is called at the earliest opportunity if an accident occurs on session.
  • To ensure that any accidents are recorded on an accident report form and that a full report is made of the circumstances surrounding it so that preventative measures can be taken for the future.
  • To undertake any other compatible duties, as required.
  • To promote equality and ensure that all duties are carried out in accordance with the Equal Opportunities Policy.

Personal Qualities

  • Willingness to learn and operate enthusiastically with a small team.
  • Good oral communication skills with a friendly, flexible approach and good customer awareness.
  • Commitment to equal opportunities.
  • Good balance and coordination.
  • The ability to follow procedures and systems of work to ensure that safety is maintained.

Skills and qualifications Lymington Sea School could provide for career development.

  • First Aid certificate
  • Short Range Marine Radio Licence
  • British Stand-Up Paddle Boarding personal skills and Level 1 Instructor
  • RYA Safe from harm course
  • RYA Professional Practices and Responsibilities Course
  • Paddlesports




  • RYA Power Boat Instructor and or
  • British Stand up Paddleboard Instructor Level 2


  • BSUPA Level 1 coach if not holding this award being prepared to be trained and achieve the qualification early in the season.
  • RYA Dinghy Sailing Instructor
  • RYA Keel Boat Instructor
  • First Aid if this award is not held applicants will be provided with a RYA First Aid Course
  • SRC (VHF Licence)

About us

Lymington Sea School specialises in power boats, sports boats and RHIBs and we also offer a range of shore based training and online courses. ...
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