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  • Full Time Scuba Instructor - North Carolina State University

    Working Title - Lecturer

    Salary Range - $38,000 - $44,000

    Work Schedule - Teaching eight credit hours per week

    Department - Health and Exercise Studies

    Job Location - Raleigh, North Carolina

    Anticipated Closing Date for Applications - November 1, 2019

    Proposed Hire Date - July 1, 2020

    Primary Responsibilities - North Carolina State University is a land-grant university and home to about 35,000 students and is situated in the piedmont region of North Carolina. The Department of Health and Exercise Studies is part of University College. The mission of the Department of Health and Exercise Studies is to educate a globally diverse NC State population regarding the benefits of living a healthy and physically active lifestyle by providing equal opportunities and professional preparation in sport, fitness, health, and recreation. The Department of Health and Exercise Studies offers a variety of both activity and lecture courses. The Department also provides five academic minors including Coaching Education, Health, Outdoor Leadership, Sports Science, and Dance. More information about the department can be found at

    Inclusiveness and diversity are integral to NC State’s commitment to excellence in research, engagement, and education. We are particularly interested in candidates who have demonstrated experience engaging with diversity through activities such as fostering an inclusive environment, working with students from diverse backgrounds, and/or incorporating diverse perspectives in scholarly or creative work.

    Essential Job Duties - The Department of Health and Exercise Studies (HES) seeks applicants for a full-time non-tenure track faculty position at the rank of Lecturer to begin in the Fall 2020 semester. The successful candidate will possess strong teaching and evaluation skills with an interest in physical fitness. Primary responsibilities include teaching an estimated eight credit hours per semester with a focus on scuba, and health and fitness related classes. Additional responsibilities will include equipment planning and procurement for areas of expertise, in addition to departmental and university committee participation.
    Successful/on-campus interviewees will be expected to submit 3 letters of reference.

    Other Work Responsibilities - Teaching courses in scuba will be the main focus, and physical fitness/skills courses as scheduling allows.

    Education/Experience - Minimum of one year teaching experience as a scuba diver instructor. Active-status NAUI Instructor Certification required. Requires master’s degree in Physical Education, Recreation, or related field, an equivalent degree, or equivalent.

    Departmental Required Skills - Minimum of one year teaching experience as a scuba diver instructor. Active-status NAUI Instructor Certification required. Candidates should have expertise in teaching various specialties such as: enriched air nitrox, advanced rescue, boat diving operations, cavern/cave, technical diving, and leadership.

    Required License or Certification - Current First Aid and CPR/AED certification must be obtained prior to classes starting and must be maintained. Active-status NAUI Instructor Certification required.

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  • Reef Encounters - Iwakuni Seeks Instructor or Divemaster

    Updated August 29, 2019

    Reef Encounters - Iwakuni, Japan, is a busy dive center located on the United States Marine Corps Air Station. Reef Encounters seeks a full-time dive instructor to work in the dive shop, teach classes and lead trips. This is a full-time job with salary plus commission on sales. Assistance with housing is available. 

    Iwakuni- Japan is located 40 minutes south of Hiroshima, and the water is chilly (11 degrees Celsius in winter to 23 degrees Celsius in summer) with low visibility. Individuals must be comfortable in these types of diving conditions. Classes are full-year round, so there are many courses but also some chances to lead both local and international trips. Training opportunities with the in-house Course Director Trainer and Tech Instructor staff also exist for interested candidates. Minimum one year commitment is needed. Due to the job being on a military base, candidates must pass a background check upon hiring. U.S. or Japanese-national preferred due to base access. Must speak fluent English. 

    Submit resumes to Doug Bennett at

  • A Deep Blue Dive Center Seeks Dive Instructors

    Updated August 29, 2019

    A Deep Blue Dive Center is looking for a dive instructor, Divemaster and a store employee to work full time at Florida Keys Aquarium Encounters.

    Instructor Duties:

    • Guide guests on interactive snorkeling and diving tours in the aquarium's main tank.
    • Oversee snorkel excursions in the lagoon.
    • Instruct entry-level dive courses for kid's camp participants, etc.
    • Conduct scuba courses.
    • Guide certified divers.
    • Dry crew mate the boat.
    • Maintain equipment, tank fills, etc.
    • Other duties include cleaning the main aquarium tanks; maintaining the scuba and snorkel equipment; helping biologists with feeding and monitoring the fish; and conducting other necessary tasks.

    Applicants must be current with dive pro status and have own liability insurance. Must live in the Florida Keys and have own transportation. No keys disease.

    Compensation: Shift pay, plus tips for all positions.

    Please email resume with contact information to to be considered.