7 Swim Jobs You Might Love

Do you love swimming? Do you want to work in the swimming community? Here are seven Swim Jobs you might love.

1. UNLV SEEKS ASSISTANT COACH FOR MEN’S & WOMEN’S SWIMMING

UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA LAS VEGAS, Department of Intercollegiate Athletics is accepting applications for position of Assistant Coach, Men’s & Women’s Swimming.  Applicants must have bachelors degree, successful elite level coaching experience, ability to sell program, and strong organizational skills. If you are interested in applying for this position, please submit a letter of interest, a resume listing qualifications and experience, and telephone numbers of at least three professional references to Jim Reitz: [email protected]

2. SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY SEEKS WOMEN’S ASSISTANT SWIM COACH

Assist head coach with direction of women’s swim program at San Diego State University through a variety of responsibilities that include but are not limited to coaching, recruiting, academic advising, counseling, and leadership development. Submit here: www.sdsu.edu (contact: Mike Shrader)

3. GREAT HILLS AQUATIC RUSH SEEKS ASSISTANT SWIM COACH

Great Hills Aquatic RUSH is located in North Austin, Texas and is looking for a part time Assistant Swim Coach.  To submit: Contact Samantha Stemmermann, [email protected]

4. TOWSON UNIVERSITY SEEKS VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT MEN’S AND WOMEN’S SWIM COACH

Towson University Department of Athletics invites applicants for the position of Volunteer Assistant Men’s and Women’s Swimming Coach. We are seeking individuals with on-deck coaching duties, possible team travel, video database management and analysis, and additional duties as determined by the head coach.  Contact Pat Mead, Head Swimming and Diving Coach 8000 York Road, Towson, MD (email: [email protected])

5. MONOCACY AQUATIC CLUB SEEKS ASSISTANT SWIM COACH

The Monocacy Aquatic Club is seeking a qualified candidate who can coach at all levels and who is willing to learn. Contact Jeb Beaver [email protected]

6. WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY SEEKS VOLUNTEER ASSISTANT WOMEN’S SWIMMING COACH

Washington State University invites applicants for the position of Volunteer Assistant Women’s Swimming Coach. We are seeking a motivated, aspiring coach who will assist coaching a Division I swimming team in the Pac-12 Conference. Duties will include daily on-deck coaching, on campus recruiting, and additional duties as determined by the head coach.  Send a resume to Head Coach, Tom Jager at [email protected]

7. PALO ALTO STANFORD AQUATICS SEEKS FULL-TIME HEAD AGE GROUP COACH

We are looking for passionate, ambitious and technique-minded individuals to contribute to our program and community. We value character building, team building, technique development, long-term development and achieving results. It is essential to accomplishing our goals, that our staff be effective communicators, energetic motivators and consistent innovators. We embrace and encourage coaches to be creative and contribute new ideas to add to our conventional coaching methods. Every member of the staff is expected to be adaptable to the many situations that may arise and the ever-changing and growing landscape of competitive swimming.  Send resume incl. references to Head Swim Coach Gaku Ito, [email protected]

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