2022 Job Posting

The 1 x Summer Program Coordinator will play a major role in developing and overseeing all aspects of running the programs this summer at the WIBC. These include the sailing, rowing, kayaking and canoeing activities that will include our learn-to programs, member activities and rentals.

$17/hour, 30 hours/week, 9 weeks. Anticipated start date: June 25, 2022

The 2 x Summer Counsellor will assist the Summer Program Coordinator with the planning and implementation of the programs at the Wolfe Island Boat Club. One will be responsible for assisting with the general maintenance of the boats and grounds and the other will run the Book Sale store.

$16/hour, 30 hours/week, 9 weeks. Anticipated start date: June 25, 2022.

Recommended Qualifications may include: CANSail Certified Instructor, Paddling Instructor, Lifeguard, Current First Aid, PCOC, experienced sailor, paddler, camp counsellor.

For more information see our listing on Kingston Keys Job Board.

Please email resume and/or inquiries to

info@wolfeislandboatclub.ca

We look forward to hearing from you!

Ontario Trillium Project sees exciting results.

In November 2019 the WIBC was awarded an Ontario Trillium Foundation capital grant for a challenging project aimed at creating safe and accessible docks and storage racks for the boat club. The many layers of the project involved countless hours of WIBC volunteer work, building of the docks and ramps and construction including dock piling and landscaping work. The new docks are adjustable and allow us to adapt to changing water levels. The WIBC is grateful to the OTF and everyone who was involved in seeing this project through. Thank you!

Our new rolling boat storage racks and accessible ramps were made by the students of the Manufacturing and Metalworking class at LaSalle Secondary School. 

For all the work needed to be done to prepare the site we extend our gratitude and thanks to Hulton’s Construction for helping with the landscaping for the new accessible ramp and dock; Rick Wilson and his company for their work installing the new dock pilings; and AJ’s Excavating to help lift the old dock for repairs.

The results can now be seen on site as the new accessible ramp and floating dock have been delivered and are in the water at the Wolfe Island Boat Club making us ready for a spring launch into an exciting season of rowing and sailing. Safe access to the water is a welcome addition for our club and the community of Wolfe Island and we are all looking forward to many more seasons on the water at the WIBC.