On-the-Job Training Practicum: Boatyard and Marina Worker
- Date Posted: 2016-11-01
- Location: Spring Cove Marina, Solomon's Island, MD
Position: Boatyard and Marina Worker
Reports to: General Manager, Boatyard and Marina Manager
Start Date: Early May running through mid-June
Duration: Six weeks
Typical work week: Candidate is expected to work 40 hours with varying shifts start/end times, Saturday through Wednesday.
Post Training Employment Opportunities: Yes, based on performance.
Position Description and/or Responsibilities: Candidate will have the opportunity to work in both the marina and boatyard sides of the industry. The training is designed to provide exposure to six different areas of focus of a full service marina. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: working the fuel dock, tying up boats, learning and repairing systems around the facility, cleaning and general yard maintenance, as well as towing, power washing, painting and waxing boats. Every day is different!
Desired Skills: Excellent customer service skills, willingness to work outdoors, and a strong work ethic.
Hourly Rate: $10
Hours of Operation: Sunday through Saturday 8 am – 5 pm
Spring Cove Marina
Spring Cove Marina is a family-owned business and is considered to be one of the finest marinas on the Chesapeake Bay. The facility is a full-service Marina offering annual and transient slips, a fuel dock, water and pump-out facilities, pool, Ship’s Store, Bar & Grill, shuttle service, bikes and vast picnic grounds. Additionally, a full-service boatyard that features complete mechanical repair and maintenance, haul-out service with a 50 ton marine travelift, bottom painting and sanding, an indoor facility for AwlGrip spray painting, fiberglass work, custom carpentry, custom electronics, A/C and refrigeration, and more.