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Learn to Ride and
Bike Riding 
Instructor
  Job ID    
                         Title                                          
              Location                       
 2018 -1303r
 Instructor, Learn to Ride and Bike Riding 
 Northern VA and/or Maryland


Why We’re Here:

Believe that you can and you're halfway there. American Inline continually assembles a remarkable team with the mission to develop and inspire the personal best in children, young adults and each other. Together, we operate eleven different summer camps. These camps are exclusively on wheels, powered by the knowledge that all campers come to us with unique gifts and high potential. From pre-school to high school, Summer Camp on Wheels unlocks the potential by engaging participants with age appropriate content. 

What We Do:

American Inline is a leading provider of summer camps in the Washington DC area. Our camps are week long day camps, exclusively on wheels for children 3 to 13. Summer Camp on Wheels is the parent brand for the following camps – Learn to Ride a Bike, Bike Riding Camp, Nature Biking Camp, Mountain Bike Camp, Skateboard Camp, Xtreme Camp, and Wheel Action Camp. Summer Camp on Wheels is operated in conjunction with recreation agencies and private schools. Together, Summer Camp on Wheels hosted more that 1,500 campers in 2017. 

This Position:

Working from a variety of on-site camp locations, the Learn to Ride and Bike Riding Instructors are a key contributor to American Inline's mission. Instructors ensure they inspire boys and girls to explore their passions while building their confidence on wheels. The vibrant camp environment supports the ability to learn fast, feel safe and have fun. American Inline's Learn to Ride and Bike Riding Instructors are the ultimate role models. They bring American Inline’s mission to life by using their passion for sports and working with children to create a positive, high energy, life-changing experience for their campers. Our Instructors are dedicated youth developers who implement the American Inline camp curriculum. Their meticulous attention to detail and an emphasis on consistent, enriching instruction allows campers to reach their full potential. Most importantly, our Learn to Ride and Bike Riding Instructors are great leaders. They aspire to create an incredibly fun and supportive camp environment for both campers and fellow team members.

Reporting to the on-site Camp Director, the Learn to Ride and Bike Riding Instructors at American Inline Summer Camps are responsible for the safety, enjoyment, and development of every camper. Our Instructors provide their campers with guidance and instruction throughout the camp day. Always keeping an encouraging and respectful atmosphere so that each child experiences success while at camp. Instructors must possess the ability to communicate and work with a variety of age, interest, and skill levels. They also must be able to approach each day and its unique challenges with enthusiasm, patience, and a sense of humor.

The Work:                         

Pre-Camp Season

  • Attend Camp Staff Orientation and Camp Staff Training on June 9 from 9am to 5pm. 
  • Participate in all required webinars and online trainings. 
  • Master the Camp curriculum and other materials provided prior to the start of camp.
  • Submit all required paperwork on time.                                                                                                     

Camp Season

  • Execute the American Inline Summer Camps Sport Camp curriculum with high energy, integrity, and passion – organizing, instructing on, and participating in daily drills and skill development.
  • Build strong connections with campers, taking personal responsibility for each camper's well-being, enjoyment, and development.
  • Serve as a role model for campers in demonstrating positive attitudes, respectful communication, appropriate attire and grooming, and diligent work ethic.
  • Work as part of a team to foster a safe, fun, and supportive camp environment. This environment is centered upon American Inlines' mission and values.
  • Implement American Inline Summer Camps’ traditions, games, policies, procedures, and safety protocols.
  • Maintain enthusiasm and focus throughout busy days. Supervise and participate with campers in every aspect of programming. 
  • Communicate respectfully, clearly, and kindly with all members of the American Inlines' Summer Camps community. This includes camp leadership, fellow team members, campers, and campers' families.
  • Prepare, organize and set up/take down all programming areas.
  • Work in all weather conditions.
  • Take responsibility for campers’ belongings for safe keeping throughout camp day.
  • Participate in all required trainings', webinars, and team meetings.
  • Meet American Inlines' Summer Camps dress code and appearance requirements.
  • Keep an inventory of bikes, helmets and equipment and supplies for the program. Alert your Camp Director when items are missing or needed.
  • Communicate professionally with parents as requested by leadership in order to provide customer connection. Relay important information on camper experience.
  • Assist with set up and clean up.
  • Report any issue, question, or concern regarding the campers promptly to the Camp Director. Notify appropriate leadership immediately of any evidence of substance abuse, child abuse, child neglect.
  • Demonstrate ethical and professional behavior in working with campers, campers’ families, fellow team members, leadership, and facility partners. Uphold the American Inline's core values at all times.
  • Adhere to state law, American Inlines' Camps policies and procedures, and contractual obligations.
  • Take on additional responsibilities as assigned by the American Inlines' leadership team and not otherwise prohibited by law or regulation.

The Requirements:

  • Be 17 years of age or older.
  • Make a seven week minimum summer commitment.
  • Be available to work one of the following weeks:  
  • June 18 - 22  or June 25 - 28.
  • Plus plus at least one of the following weeks:  
  • August 13 - 18, August 20 - 24, August 27 - 31.
  • Plus at least five addition weeks for a total of at least seven weeks.  
  • Attend camp staff training on Saturday, June 9 from 9am to 5pm.
  • Be willing to get first aid and CPR certified prior to May 31, 2018.
  • Have experience working with children.
  • Become a steward of our cultures and values.
  • Meet personal appearance and uniform specifications.
  • Have your own reliable vehicle.

The Character:

  • A belief in American Inline’s values and culture. Believe that you can make a difference in the lives of children and young adults. 
  • A highly motivated self starter who is autonomous and dependable.
  • A team player with an ability to prioritize and multi-task. Work on several projects at once, sometimes under pressure and with deadlines, while maintaining a professional demeanor.
  • A vocal, energetic and enthusiastic leader with the charisma, passion and polish to service as an ambassador of American Inline.
  • A doer focused on finishing the job every day.
  • A coachable teammate who is hungry for professional development. Able to learn and improve from performance feedback.
  • A capacity to maintain a positive attitude in every circumstance.
  • A problem solver who assumes responsibility beyond what is asked and take initiative for positive change.

 

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Greg Keim.  Owner and President
American Inline 

Who We Are

Our company was founded in 1993 and has been growing ever since. It began with Greg Keim in Fairfax, Virginia. Greg established an inline skating school with the highest standard of service and reliability. He was always on time and provided a comfortable learning environment.  Greg didn't just teach in-line skating.  He educated his students and improved the quality of their lives. The business grew mainly through word of mouth as more satisfied students shared their stories. Soon recreation agencies in Northern Virginia and Maryland contacted Greg to conduct classes and camps at their recreation centers. Public and private schools also wanted his programs for after school enrichment.  Today, American Inline has a family of 26 clients in 10 counties.  They host over 100 camps every summer with a camp staff of over 50 trained, certified instructors.   

Click here to view our 2017 summer camp schedule. 

Copyright 2017

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We are always thrilled to hear from our customers. Contact us anytime with questions or comments.

 

Phone (703) 994-7617.  E-Mail info@americaninline.com 

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