Archive for April, 2007

The Spring Eagle’s Cry has Landed! – 2007

Thursday, April 26th, 2007

The Spring Eagle’s Cry is at the printers and soon in the mail.  If you just can’t wait you can get it online now!

http://www.eyc.org/eaglescry/

Summer is fast approaching!!!!! 

David & Max 

NEW Facilities & Equipment Manager Hired – 2007

Tuesday, April 10th, 2007

The EYC crew is excited to add Drew Witteborg as it’s newest member.  He comes to us with tremendous boating experience.  He is a sailor and has worked on many of our members boats.  He and his wife Mary own and operate the Grocery store in Baileys Harbor and Mary teaches at Gibralter. 

Drew will work with the staff to raise the level of maintenance on the club equipment and facilities to a new level.  By removing this duty from the Instructors we allow them to focus the majority of their attention on their students and racing!  Drew is already thinking about ideas to get the club off on the right foot this season and keep it that way throughout.  

Welcome aboard Drew!

Posted by David Sauter, The Vice

Seeking a Facilities & Equipment Manager for 2007 Season – 2007 (POSITION FILLED)

Monday, April 2nd, 2007

The EYC is looking for a new position for the 2007 season. Those interested in applying or if you know someone that might be interested should contact David Sauter at 920-217-5851.

Position Objective: To raise the bar relative to keeping the EYC fleets in top performing condition and the facilities in tip top shape.

Facilities and Equipment Manager responsibilities:

-Maintenance of all club facilities and equipment

-Maintain the clubhouse and dock in a pristine condition

-Monitor and maintain club equipment inclusive of all sailboats and power craft

-Inventory and manage spare parts for all craft

-Manage repair of equipment as needed, either do the repair or manage the sourcing of it

Experience required:

-Strong commitment to detail

-Takes prides in the role

-Boat Repair: fiberglass, epoxy, hardware installation or replacement etc.

-Handy with ability to complete general repairs and maintenance

-Painting, carpentry, cleaning, minor electrical, minor plumbing, etc.

-Marine & Sailing experience

Expected time commitment: 20-30 hours per week during season, potential for off season hours

Compensation: $15 per hour or requisite based on experience

The ideal candidate can begin in mid to late May and work though August and possibly into September. They will have a desire and commitment to excellence and service to the EYC organization. Candidates should be desirous of helping the EYC raise the level of cleanliness, smoothness of operation and general visual appearance of the Facilities and Equipment.

Interested candidates should contact David Sauter at 920-217-5851.

The Ephraim Yacht Club is a family oriented non-profit organization focused on forwarding sailing education and racing to students of all ages located in the town of Ephraim, in Door County, Wisconsin on beautiful Eagle Harbor.