Coral Cay Conservation Expeditions Marine Tropical Jungle Montserrat Philippines
Coral Cay Conservation Expeditions Marine Tropical Jungle Montserrat Philippines
 

Scuba Instructor

www.pashbaker.co.uk

A minimum four month voluntary post overseeing the safety of expedition diving activities and training of non-divers to allow participation in marine conservation surveys. 


Minimum Requirements
  • PADI OWSI & EFR Instructor with experience of certifying students (20 certs minimum)

 

Desirable Qualities

  • RYA (or equivalent) boat driving license
  • PADI MSDT

Duties & Responsibilities
  • Provide safe SCUBA tuition to company personnel, expedition volunteers and their counterparts
  • Maintenance and stock control of SCUBA equipment
  • Enforcing policies on expedition safety on site
  • Safe dive planning
  • Maintenance of SCUBA training records
  • Maintenance of SCUBA equipment and maintenance schedules
  • Submission of regular reports to HO and project counterparts
  • Join survey dives (when not dive training)


What can you expect to gain from being part of the Expedition Staff Team?

  • Certifications
  • A number of advanced certifications
  • Excellent knowledge of marine life leading to better instruction skills
  • Be a representative for CCC
  • Ensure the safe and continued collection of scientific data
  • Promoting conservational awareness
  • Gain an insight into CCC's longstanding objectives
  • Commission paid for Rescue and Divemaster courses completed (paying clients only)

Application Process

 

Roles become vacant three times a year so if you are interested in applying please get in touch at info@coralcay.org and we will confirm when we will next be accepting applications.

Field Base Staff Application Form
Expedition staff application form.docx
Microsoft Word document [221.1 KB]

Please note that British citizens and residents will be Disclosure and Barring Service Criminal (Enhanced) DBS checked by Coral Cay Conservation.

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