Boating Safety Instructor Volunteer Positions


Note: Please be sure to check the general information page for instructions on how to apply! Click here to return to the list of position types.

BOATING SAFETY INSTRUCTOR (1-10 positions)

Park/Area: OFFICE OF BOATING SAFETY
Various locations throughout the state of Alaska.

Main Tasks: Provide a variety of boating education programs for children and adults. Identify and obtain the necessary resources to develop, prepare for, and execute a wide variety of boating education programs including classes, workshops, and presentations on non-commercial boating safety topics. Travel to urban and rural areas around the state as needed to provide programs.

Special Projects: May participate in special events, assist program staff with program development and/or evaluation, or participate on behavioral research projects. 

Required Skills: Must be a state-registered boating safety instructor. Training necessary for certification can be provided. 

Desired Skills: Experience and interest in recreational boating. Good public speaking skills. Experience teaching children and adults. Must have a valid driver's license. 

Allowance/Housing: Travel costs including transportation, lodging, and state-approved per diem. 

Time Commitment: Year round, on an as-needed basis. 

Send Application to:
Joe McCullough, Education Coordinator
Alaska State Parks, Office of Boating Safety
550 W. Seventh Avenue, Suite 1380
Anchorage, AK 99501

Phone: (907) 269-8704
Fax: (907) 269-8907
Email: joseph.mccullough@alaska.gov