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The Treasure Island Sailing Center (TISC), is a 501 c (3) non-profit community sailing center located on San Francisco Bay. We provide accessible and affordable sailing to the SF Bay Community and are looking for people with a passion for teaching and a desire to be a part of our team!   

 

 Ideal candidates will have the following qualifications: 

· Strongly committed to the mission of Community Sailing  

· USCG Captains License, US Sailing Basic Keelboat Instructor Certificate, Level 1 US Sailing Certification or equivalent, (candidates with no certifications will be considered based on experience)

· Strong background and Advanced sailing skills in multiple types of sailing platforms and experience instructing. Racing experience is a huge plus! 

· Self-motivated with a desire to help our program succeed 

· Classes are primarily taught on J/24’s, RS Ventures, Vanguard 15’s and Lasers.  

· Great with people, good work ethic, professional, patient, and self-motivated · Willing to work weekends

· CPR/First Aid/AED current    

Part-Time: Hours would be 9-5 on Saturdays and Sundays. One-Two weekend commitment per month.    

Courses Taught: Social Sailing League, US Sailing Basic Keelboat Certification, Advanced Keelboat, Heavy Air Clinic, Adult Dinghy, and Private Lessons.    

Boat Use: Equal to the number of days worked. Use of sailboat fleet upon check out and availability. Unlimited use of kayaks and paddleboards based on availability.    

Pay: Commensurate with experience.    

Training: Provided. US Sailing Basic Keelboat and other Certifications are a plus.   This is one of the premier sailing venues in the world and boasts an incredible view of San Francisco. If interested, check us out on Facebook and send a cover letter and resume to manager@tisailing.org.   

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The Vice President is integral to a team of finance professionals that undertake projects in connection with Enterprise and IP valuations and fairness opinions, securities design, equity allocation, and transactional analysis of private and public companies, partnerships, and private equity funds. The primary responsibilities of the Vice President are: securities analysis, discounted cash flow modeling, financial statement analysis, equity allocation, deliverable drafting, and financial analyst training.     Additional responsibilities include the support of the Managing Director in managing projects;  communicating with clients and their representatives; reviewing client information and creating due diligence materials; researching, reviewing and analyzing relevant company, industry, transaction and economic data; creating valuation models; reconciling valuation indications and presenting to senior staff; authoring valuation reports; and reporting project progress and issues. The successful candidate will have a range of experience from having worked on a variety of engagements including: technology and life sciences, asset holding pass through entities, fairness opinions, carried interests, equity allocation, and early-stage through mature companies.   

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Cogent Valuation in San Francisco is seeking one Vice President with five to seven years of extensive financial analysis  and financial modeling experience including complex discounted cash flow waterfalls and equity allocation.  Candidates should be experienced with valuations for purposes of: FASB ASC 350, FASB ASC 718, FASB ASC 805, FASB ASC 820 and IRC 409A.  Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree in Finance or Accounting and proven proficiency in MS Word processing and Excel spreadsheet applications, including advanced functions such as graphics, pivot tables, macros and database management. Excellent oral and written communication skills are required.  Highly developed knowledge of capital markets and finance theories such as present values theory/cash flow analysis and accounting principles accompanied by work experience demonstrating financial modeling and analysis, corporate finance, or budgeting and planning skills are highly required. ASA, CFA, CPA, or ABV credentials are preferred.   Contact Information Qualified candidates should send a cover letter, resumé, and two writing samples to the attention of Valerie Evangelista at evangelista@cogentvaluation.com  

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