Location: 3601 Pacific Ave, Stockton, CA 95211, USA
University of the Pacific
Teaches and instructs student-athletes how to perform in their sport, including sport-related fundamentals, skills, team concepts, and safety practices.
Nine (9) month position with possible renewal based on identified funding.
Develops a fundamental knowledge and maintains compliance of rules and regulations governing intercollegiate athletics while working within the department’s rules, regulations, and policies.
Supports an environment that emphasizes academics as a priority, making every effort to ensure that all student-athletes meet academic requirements, while working to integrate sports into the academic life of the University.
Oversee and assist in monitoring student-athletes academics, study hall requirements, communication with athletic-student advisers, and facilitates study hours on the road.
Supports discipline in the program, promotes fairness, understanding and protectiveness of student-athletes while motivating them.
Helps to create an environment of cooperation and continuous improvement, maintaining positive communications supporting the athletic program, the University and University staff.
Educates student-athletes by emphasizing fundamental skills, conditioning tactics, meet preparation strategies, and building confidence.
Focus on developing student-athlete’s character in and out of the pool by exposing them to various methods of growth, physically, mentally, and emotionally.
Modeling and building desired traits in building the character and culture of the team by establishing and maintaining team principles, holding team accountable, conducting yourself with integrity, identifying and correcting a bad habit.
Assisting with home swim meet operations. Including communicating the needs of set up and breakdown of swim meet. Facilitating with meet set up and breakdown. Running of the meet. Ordering, paying, and distributing of team meals.
Assisting with arrangements of travel meets; submitting travel roster, requesting per diem, ordering and paying for all travel meals, arranging pick up of food, setting up and cleaning of team meals, researching best quote for hotel arrangement, booking hotel rooms once approved, assign rooming list, completing team bed checks, and all other travel needs.
Participates in marketing and promotional activities with media, alumni and civic group consistent with the objectives of the athletic program on Instagram, Facebook, and twitter.
Participates and assists with recruiting effectively by making phone calls, creating and maintaining email conversations, evaluating and recruiting at swim meets, conversing with parents, giving campus tours, completing and managing all recruiting evaluations, assisting with unofficial and official visits by creating itineraries, booking travel arrangements, assigning hosts, assigning class sit in options, scheduling and any travel-related activities of prospective student-athletes.
Assist in leading and facilitating practices for all swimmers, groups and dry land sessions.
Assist with all compliance forms related to student athletes and perspective student athletes.
Assist with administrative work, planning of fundraising events and volunteer events assigned by Head Coach.
Assist with the completion of CARA practice logs, ordering of team gear and managing assistance with team parent group.
Has strong organization skills, and working knowledge of computer systems and various software systems.
This position serves as Campus Security Authority (CSA) as outlined by the Clery Act. CSAs have federally mandated responsibilities to report crimes that are reported them.
One (1) year of related swimming experience.
Bachelor’s degree in sports related field.
Skills/Knowledge and Expertise:
Working knowledge of NCAA and Conference Rules and Regulations as they pertain to student-athletes.
Knowledge of effective coaching practices.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Positive attitude, proven ability to work successfully with diverse populations and demonstrated commitment to promote and enhance diversity and inclusion.
The physical demands described here are representative but not definitive of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Requires extended periods of sitting, standing and walking. Occasional climbing stairs, bending, stooping and reaching. Requires lengthy durations of time spent outdoors. Occasional lifting up to 25 pounds.
Work Environment/Work Week/Travel:
Work is performed in a standard office environment and athletic venues during standard business hours, as well as during non-regular office hours to fulfill business needs. Occasional travel required for competition and recruiting.
Valid driver’s license required. Incumbent must also be able to meet the University’s fleet rules and be eligible to drive for University business. The University and its insurance carrier reserves the right to exclude applicants based on their driving record.
This position reports to the Head Swimming & Diving Coach and is responsible to assist with recruiting, game planning and all aspects of the Division I Swimming & Diving program in compliance with all NCAA, Northeast (NEC) Conference and institutional rules and regulations. This is a part time position.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, effectively assisting in coaching a competitive Swimming & Diving program in a manner, which promotes sportsmanship among athletes, ensuring compliance with all NCAA conference, NEC, and institutional rules and regulations; effectively assisting in recruiting qualified student athletes to participate in the athletic program, and effectively promoting Bryant University academic and athletic programs to potential students; ensuring that members associated with the Swimming & Diving program are eligible under NCAA and NEC regulations; assisting the Head Coach in developing and implementing clinic(s), summer camp(s), fundraising events, and effectively monitoring student athlete academic progress; referring or counseling where appropriate, and motivating the athlete; establishing and maintaining good personal relationships with student athletes, parents, staff, guidance counselors, the Community and the media.
This position is best filled by an individual who has 1-3 years’ experience coaching diving at the club, high school, or collegiate level, including 3-meter coaching experience. Experience teaching new dives and techniques related to competitive diving. Experience in analyzing diving performances and identifying areas needed for improvement. Knowledge of current training methods of all aspects of competitive diving. Knowledge of and ability to safely use a trampoline and spotting rig for training and instructive purposes. Bachelor’s degree required. CPR/AED and First Aid certifications must be held or attained upon hire. Current certified pool operator certification (or ability for certification) is preferred.
The successful candidate will have the ability to identify and recruit outstanding student-athletes. Excellent oral and written communication skills are required. The ability to manage multiple tasks is essential. This position has non-standard hours and requires the ability to travel with a substantial time commitment. This position is subject to the completion of a criminal background check and division of motor vehicles check. A valid driver’s license is required for travel. Certain requirements are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate persons with disabilities.
Location: 570 East McKinley Street, Chambersburg, PA, USA
Chambersburg Memorial YMCA
Under the direction of the Senior Program Director and Executive Director, in cooperation with the Membership and Program Services Committee, and consistent with the Mission of the YMCA, the Swim Team Head Coach will be primarily responsible for coaching and managing the competitive aquatic team and related operations within the Chambersburg Y in accordance with the goals, purposes and policies of this Association.
Three years of aquatic experience as a competitive swimmer or aquatic instructor
Two years coaching experience preferred.
Working knowledge of competitive aquatics in YMCA and USA Swimming
Ability to positively lead, communicate, instruct, inspire, and motivate swimmers of all ages
Strong written and verbal communication skills and ability to relate effectively to diverse groups of people
Plan, organize, and develop the swim team program. Plan, attend, and direct team practices as scheduled and within the guidelines set by the Aquatics Director. The coach must be accessible to all levels of swimmers.
Ensure the safety of participants at all times.
Recruit, hire, develop, and train assistant coaches. Mentor and supervise the assistant coaches to meet program and safety objectives, and to build a positive team culture that promotes individual growth and team building.
Relate to the individual swimmers on a personal basis at practice, at meets, and through goal setting, instruction, and positive encouragement.
Analyze performance and instruct athletes in skills, techniques and strategies in preparation for competition and during contests.
Work with the CYCAPA Parent Committee to recruit and manage volunteers.
Develops and monitors departmental budget to meet fiscal objectives. Compiles program statistics.
Monitors and evaluates the effectiveness of and participation in programs.
Other duties as assigned by the Aquatics Director, which may include but is not limited to, lifeguarding and assisting with instructing swim lessons as needed.
YMCA of USA Principles of Competitive Swimming & Diving
Current American Red Cross or YMCA of the USA Lifeguard Certification
CPR for the Professional Rescuer for Lifeguards
Mandated Reporter training
Required for coaching deck pass for district and national swim meets
Mission Advancement: Accepts and demonstrates the Y’s values. Demonstrates a desire to serve others and fulfill community needs. Recruits volunteers and builds effective, supportive working relationships with them. Supports fund-raising.
Collaboration: Works effectively with people of different backgrounds, abilities, opinions, and perceptions. Builds rapport and relates well to others. Seeks first to understand the other person’s point of view and remains calm in challenging situations. Listens for understanding and meaning; speaks and writes effectively. Takes initiative to assist in developing others.
Operational Effectiveness: Makes sound judgments, and transfers learning from one situation to another. Embraces new approaches and discovers ideas to create a better member experience.
Personal Growth: Pursues self-development that enhances job performance. Demonstrates an openness to change and seeks opportunities in the change process. Accurately assesses personal feelings, strengths, and limitations, and how they impact relationships. Has the functional and technical knowledge and skills required to perform well. Uses best practices and demonstrates up-to-date knowledge and skills in technology.
The Y: We’re for youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility.
Alto Swim Club is seeking a Full-time coach to lead the Senior 2 Group.
Alto trains at multiple facilities in the Palo Alto area, including the Avery Aquatic Center on the Stanford University campus. The team’s mission is to offer the best developmental and high performance programs in the country.
Under the supervision of the Head Coach, the Lead Senior 2 Coach is responsible for developing, organizing, and implementing a high quality training and education program.
Coach the Senior 2 Group from 5 – 8 pm each night and assist with additional practice groups when the training schedule allows. The coach will be responsible for daily, weekly and season planning. The coach will typically attend 1 – 2 weekend meets per month, as well as travel meets and training camps throughout the year. In addition to on-deck responsibilities, the coach will be responsible for various group and team administrative duties.
● Coaching and/or competitive swimming experience at the club or collegiate level.
● Professional, enthusiastic and highly motivated team player.
● Desire & passion for developing swimmers of all ages.
● Strong communication, organizational, and administrative skills.
● Expertise with current technique development and training.
● Current USA Swimming coach certifications.Compensation
Alto Swim Club offers competitive compensation based on qualifications.
Location: 7666 High School Road Northeast, Bainbridge Island, WA, USA
Bainbridge Island Swim club
The Head Swim Coach is responsible for coaching Bainbridge Island Swim Club student-athletes in competitive swimming techniques. This position directs a year-round USA Swimming program that provides a fun, safe, and enjoyable environment while developing teamwork, promoting sportsmanship, and encouraging athletes and coaches to achieve personal development.
BISC practices and competes at the Park District’s Aquatic Center which consists of two pools. The Ray Williamson Pool is a six-lane 25-yard pool primarily used by our swim clubs, water polo teams, and recreational fitness swimmers. The Don Nakata Memorial Pool was built in 2001 and includes a 180-foot water slide, lazy river, sloped beach entry, tot pool, water features, toddler frog slide, one and three-meter diving boards, and four 25-yard lap lanes. The facility also houses a spa, steam room, sauna room, and three locker rooms.
Please see our website for more detailed information: www.biparks.org
Park City Swimming / Park City School District
Park City Swimming is looking for a unique individual that is outgoing and highly motivated. Candidates should possess excellent communication skills, organizational skills, computer skills, be detail oriented, and have the willingness to go the extra mile to become an integral member of one of Utah’s premier swim clubs. CITY is operated by the Park City School District in beautiful Park City, UT. PCSD is one of the finest school districts in United States. With athletes from age 7-18, CITY has grown to over 120 USA Swimming registered swimmers, ranging from novice competitive swimmers to state record holders to Jr. Nationals qualifiers.
Pay Range & Hours
Pay range starts at $15 per hour and is commensurate with experience. The position(s) will be approximately 10-20 hours each week, plus swim meets as assigned. Assistant coach will be working with various ages and abilities. Other hours and positions are available at the Park City Aquatic Center
CITY Assistant Coach will:
Be a team player.
Plan, prepare and conduct team practices in accordance with the CITY philosophies.
Work with head coach and develop seasonal plans for assigned group(s).
Promote the personal development of every
Inspire swimmers by using positive coaching techniques.
Work with a variety of swimmers/groups in both age and ability as assigned by the Head Coach.
Abide by the USA Swimming and CITY Code of Conducts.
Maintain membership in good standing with both USA Swimming and CITY.
Emphasize the core values of CITY and encourage sportsmanship, commitment and achievement.
Maintain records of daily attendance, test set results, try-out assessments, etc.
Assist in the set-up, running and clean up of all home swim meets.
Attend any coaching meetings/clinics as assigned by the Head Coach.
Attend team social functions.
Perform other duties as assigned by Head Coach and/or Aquatics Director.
Successfully pass the PCSD and USA Swimming Background Check immediately upon hire.
Possess a current driver’s license with a good driving record.
Complete all USA Swimming Coaching requirements ASAP.
Be a member or become a member of ASCA within 6 months of starting at Park City Swimming.
Coronado Swim Assn. – Team Elite is searching for a passionate age group coach, ready to lead our developing age group swimmers. Proven track record of stroke development for younger swimmers. Fun, energetic coach who will begin to foster a love for swimming in our athletes.
This individual should have a teacher’s mindset, open to creatively inspiring technical excellence. Will be responsible for developing a cohesive curriculum that can be taught across several practice locations, ensuring continuity in skills amongst groups.
A qualified applicant should have the following skills:
Strong writing skills
Possess strong organizational skills
Independent and Creative Leader
Competent in TeamUnify / Meet Manager
Capable of leaning on resources from Board of Directors and Program Director
Coach will report directly Program Head Coach (Joey Gracia) and have mentorship sessions with Chief Vision Officer (Coach David Marsh)
This position is full-time with a Salary range of $35K – $45K annually. Health Insurance benefits are available for this position.
This position has flexible work hours and most administrative responsibilities will be done remotely.
Location: The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, USA
Lobo Aquatic Club
Lobo Aquatic Club is seeking an experienced leader for our age groups and Master’s swim club. This position is director of all groups and is responsible for supervising assistant coaching staff.
The Lobo goal is first to develop swimmers of all levels with a passion for life-long swimming and our Head Coach should enjoy working with both the most-competitive swimmers and with the swimmer seeking to be their best-self. Our annual budget includes travel for Sectional competitions and out-of-State meets; however, our primary focus is on building our developing swimmers and our team community.
Due to the impact of Covid restriction on UNM facilities, the Lobo Aquatic Club did not participate in the Long Course season. The goal of the club is to re-open practices in September beginning with the Master’s program and adding age group practices as facility access expands and additional coaching staff are hired. The Lobo Head Coach will have the opportunity to develop their vision of a club team.
Lobo Aquatic Club is a competitive, USA Swimming, Board governed swim club that is also a booster of the University of New Mexico Women’s Swimming and Diving program; the UNM Swim Coach is the CEO of the Lobo Aquatic Club. Age groups are currently structured into pre-team, 8-11, 11-13, 13+, and Master’s. Practices are primarily in the UNM Olympic pool with occasional use of secondary, indoor pool and the heated therapy pool.
Duties include but are not limited to:
Supervise Assistant Coaches (3-5) and ensure compliance with LSC and USAS trainings
Direct coaching during practice sessions and competitions
Develop team’s training group structure and team policies
Enforce team, LSC, and USAS policies and procedures
Manage advertising and hiring of assistant coaching staff
Design and implement multiple workouts differentiated to age groups and skill levels
Coordinate meet entry process and results distribution
Attend swim meets in-State and out-of-State
Organize minimum of one Lobo sponsored swim meet per swim season
Encourage and support volunteers and regular communications with members
Develop and maintain a team vision and coaching philosophy that supports swimmers of all levels and the local community
Promote to the community the opportunities and benefits of swimming
Promote values: team work, sportsmanship, self-discipline, dedication, and time management
Bachelor’s degree in exercise science, education, or related field.
5 years minimum prior experience in high school/age group swimmer. Head Coach is preferred.
3 years minimum supervisory experience
Experience (6 months or more) with swim club administration.
Current Coach Membership with USA Swimming
Willingness to pass USAS background check and all required trainings.
Willingness and ability to work a flexible schedule that includes evenings, weekends, and travel.
Interest in building community programs and/or developing relationship with the UNM education mission.
Experience building all levels of swimmers and teaching a love of life-long swimming.
Computer experience: TeamUnify, social media communication, and swim meet software (Hy-Tek Meet Manager and Colorado Timing System preferred)
Training in anti-bullying and team building best practices
Completed educational and safety trainings with USAS
Please send email to Lobo Aquatic Club Board at [email protected] with the following:
Summary of coaching accomplishments and service
Statement of coaching philosophy
Coaching availability and start date
Salary is nationally competitive and commensurate with experience.
Assist the Men’s and Women’s Swim Coach by coaching student-athlete swimmers in practice and in intercollegiate meets; identify and recruit student-athletes for the swim programs through postal mailings and email, phone calls and on campus visits; Manage the pool facility and student-employees who work at the pool.
This position is a 1 year term, 10 month, benefits eligible position. Approximate salary is $30,000.
• A bachelor’s degree is required.
• Candidates must be able to demonstrate the ability to coach at the college level.
• Candidates should possess an understanding of NCAA Division III and conference rules and regulations.
Lower Moreland Swimming and Diving (LMOR), based in Lower Moreland, PA, is seeking applications for the position of Head Swim Coach. The ideal candidate will continue to guide and grow a year-round age group aquatics program as well as promote positive enthusiasm around the sport of swimming for all levels of development. The Head Coach will foster positive relationships and communicate well with their coaching staff, swim team members and parents, and the Board of Directors.
LMOR competes in the Suburban Aquatic League (SAL) and USA Swimming (Middle Atlantic LSC). The club has around 200 swimmers throughout its various swim levels and trains out of Lower Moreland High School in a 6-lane, 25-yard pool. LMOR is a parent-managed organization with a dedicated and passionate Board of Directors.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Oversee all levels of swimming, setting goals and developing training plans for all groups
Provide coaching that is technically, age, and developmentally appropriate
Serves as primary coach for LMOR’s two highest training levels
Proactively establish and maintain good swim team parent relations which includes providing appropriate levels of access and communication
Plan team practice and meet schedules, including coach scheduling and meet entry assignments/line-ups
Recruit, retain, supervise and mentor effective coaching staff; observes practices and provides feedback to staff; plans and directs monthly staff meetings
Attend scheduled meets. In the event of meet conflicts, attends highest level of competition
Serve as a non-voting member of the LMOR Board and attends all monthly board meetings
Maintain a healthy professional relationship with the Board, collaborating on strategic planning, marketing, vision, goals, fundraising endeavors, and other key initiatives
Attend SAL and USA Swimming meetings as necessary
Utilize social media to promote the organization and engage with current and prospective families
Maintain team database for times and records in addition to practice records
Pursue training, certifications, and continuing development as they relate to the program and position responsibilities
A minimum of three years of swim coaching experience
Current USA Swimming Coach Certification (in good standing) and preferably have Level 3 ASCA certification
A passion for the sport and ability to work with swimmers with varying ability/commitment levels
Strong organizational, leadership, and management skills
Working knowledge of Hy-Tek Team Manager and Meet Manager, in addition to TeamUnify (or other similar platform)
4-year college degree preferred
Interested applicants should send a letter of interest outlining coaching philosophy; resume; and three references. All inquiries and submitted resumes will be confidential. References and current employer will not be contacted until after applicant is a finalist for the position. Finalist must be able to pass USA Swimming coach background checks. Desired start date is August 2021. Salary range is competitive and commensurate with experience. Club covers travel, professional dues, and has a budget for continuing education and coach development.
Associate YMCA Director for Aquatics
Where work is play…discover your passion at the Osage Prairie YMCA!
Osage Prairie YMCA
Nevada, MO 64772
The Associate YMCA Director for Aquatics will support the work of the Y, the leading non-profit
committed to strengthening community through youth development, healthy living, and social
responsibility. Under the direction of the CEO, the Associate YMCA Director for Aquatics is a member of
the Osage Prairie YMCA leadership team and responsible for developing, organizing and implementing
high-quality YMCA aquatic programs including but not limited to, YMCA Swim Lessons, Year Round
YMCA & USA Swim teams, water fitness classes & LG training. The Aquatics Department, including this
position, must be funded through the generation of program revenues, excluding occupancy costs. This
position is considered professional level position and is an exempt salaried position with a minimum
expectation of 40 hours per week. The programs of responsibility can be seasonal, and some seasons
may require more than 40 hours per week. Expected hours will include evenings and some weekend
hours during various program seasons.
• Must be 21 years of age to be an insured driver of YMCA vehicles.
• Bachelor’s degree in a related field (aquatic management, coaching, physical education,
business) and/or equivalent experience in aquatic programming and/or management, including
coaching, forecasting, and budgeting.
• Must have the physical competencies to pass, complete and teach YMCA Lifeguarding and YMCA
Swim Lesson Instructor trainings.
• Minimum 2 years of experience in program development and swim team coaching with a
demonstrated track record for growth and development.
• Must have a strong base of knowledge for coaching swim strokes and techniques. Must be able
to demonstrate and coach these skills in all 4 competitive swim strokes.
• Proficiency in office related technology, computer systems and software in addition to multiple
social media platforms.
• Must excel in skills that include problem-solving, communication, organization, relationship
building and multi-tasking.
• Ability to supervise, train and support a diverse group of program staff and volunteers.
• Must work a schedule that that reflects the needs of YMCA programming. Availability to work
evenings and weekends during various program seasons throughout the year.
• Sufficient strength, agility, mobility to perform all essential functions and to lead all program
activities in a wide variety of indoor and outdoor locations and environments. Essential Functions:
• Leads, directs, coordinates, and manages all aquatic activities to meet the YMCA mission and
objectives. Must be on site and visible to all program participants and families during program
• Serve as an advocate for the YMCA mission by being a role model to participants, members,
staff, and volunteers.
• Must uphold and evaluate daily all facets of the Osage Prairie YMCA Aquatic Safety Plan to
minimize all risks associate with pool operations.
• Recruit, interview, hire, train, schedule and manage all aquatic staff and volunteers, including
lifeguards, swim instructors, swim coaches, and water fitness instructors.
• Develop a high performing team of staff focused on providing an exceptional aquatic experience
and meet the standards of the Osage Prairie YMCA Aquatic Safety Plan.
• Responsible for reviewing, monitoring, motivating, and evaluating aquatic staff performance.
• Develop, prepare, and manage the Aquatic Department budget. Must develop a departmental
plan and budget to self-sustain independently from YMCA general operations.
• Maintain orderly storage and inventory of aquatic supplies. Provide maintenance as needed to
program equipment to ensure quality and functionality as well as maintain the safety of
• Demonstrate creativity and efficiency with limited resources in developing new aquatic
programs for people of all ages and demographics.
• Compile program statistics, records, and program budget evaluations to monitor and evaluate
the effectiveness and financial status of all YMCA aquatic programs.
• Effectively and consistently communicates with parents, community contacts and volunteers.
Organizes and conducts parent, coach, volunteer, and staff meetings.
• Respond to all inquiries and complaints in a timely manner.
• Creates and maintains individual registrations, session rosters, pool schedules, practice
schedules and attendance records.
• Build relationships with community partners that supports the YMCA Mission and reach.
• Solicit and secure program sponsorships.
• Assists in payroll management and accounts payable/receivable as it relates to departmental
• Order and purchase any program need such as equipment and training aides.
• Leads local grass roots marketing efforts to support YMCA marketing team in mass electronic
marketing. Organizes and hosts community events that promotes YMCA programming.
• Serve as a member of the YMCA leadership team that ensures the overall operational
effectiveness of the organization. Provide leadership to all areas of YMCA operations. Supports
all organizational goals, processes, policies, and procedures.
• Serve as Director on Duty for assigned evenings and weekends.
• Assists in YMCA fundraising events and campaigns.
• Attend regional and local trainings and conferences to further professional development within
the YMCA Movement.
• All other duties as assigned by CEO.Cause-Driven Leadership® Competencies
Mission and Community Oriented: Reinforces YMCA values within the organization and the community.
Develops strategies to ensure staff and volunteers reflect the community. Effectively communicates the
benefits and impact of the YMCA’s efforts for all stakeholders.
People Oriented: Serves as a community leader building collaboration based on trust and credibility to
advance YMCA mission and goals. Builds and nurtures strategic relationships to enhance support for the
YMCA. Communicates for influence to attain buy-in and support of goals. Provides tools and resources
for the development of others.
Results Oriented: Assigns clear accountability and ensures continuous improvement. Involves members
and community in the development of programs and activities. Integrates multiple thinking processes to
make decisions. Ensures execution of plans. Secures resources and support for all philanthropic
endeavors. Institutes sound accounting procedures, investment policies and financial controls.
Personal Development Oriented: Anticipates challenges that can sidetrack or derail growth and personal
learning. Fosters a learning environment by embracing diverse abilities and approaches. Creates a sense
of urgency and positive tension to support change.
Salary and Benefits:
• $36,000 – $38,000
• Outstanding YMCA Retirement Plan, check out details at: www.yretirement.org
o Osage Prairie YMCA contributes an additional 8% of annual salary.
• Competitive Health Benefits
Location: 900 North Clarkson Street, Fremont, NE, USA
Midland University, a private, Christian, liberal arts university in Fremont, Nebraska (just outside of metro Omaha), is seeking a Head Swimming Coach. The candidate will be responsible for directing all aspects of the swimming program, including coaching, recruiting, coordinating practice or performance schedules, on-deck coaching, dry-land conditioning, and other duties for effectively developing the team.
Key Job Duties & Responsibilities
Recruits and retains qualified student athletes for the swim program.
Provides coaching to student athletes regarding all aspects of swim training and competition.
Administers the Swimming program including coordination of all related activities such as: scheduling competition and practice sessions, team travel coordination and equipment purchase.
Promotes and cultivates a cohesive team of swimmers with emphasis on excellence and community.
Establishes and maintains relationship with regional and national athletic associations, as well as health services, student affairs and the student success center. Counsels students on general and sports-related matters, referring to appropriate sources as necessary.
Continuously ensures personal behavior and program reputation are in alignment with Midland University’s mission and core values.
Minimum of 1-2 years of experience coaching swimming at collegiate or equivalent level
Experience recruiting high school and/or college student athletes
Experience as a collegiate athlete preferred
Education, Licensure & Certification Needed:
Bachelor’s Degree in a relevant field, required
American Swim Coaches Association Certification, preferred
Must have a valid driver’s license and be insurable through the University.
Skills & Abilities Needed:
Current and working knowledge of swimming techniques and training methods
A self-starter with positive attitude and strong relationship building skills
SwimOutlethas grown to become the largest competitive swim retailer and team dealer in the United States. We offer the largest assortment of products, superior customer service and best quality available. We are a team of swimmers and we love swimming.
We are looking for Team Sales Representatives located in Texas, to manage and grow our team business. This is a 100% remote role that requires travel to events, meetings and facilities in and outside of a designated territory.
Southwest Regional Team Sales Representative (Texas)
This role is based in Texas and candidates must reside in Texas | Travel Required
What You Will Do
Grow client base by performing outreach to potential customers via phone and email, and “on deck” visits
Service existing teams in your territory
Provide prompt and exceptional customer service via phone, email, or in person
Address problems and recommend solutions to meet and exceed the expectations of team accounts
Collaborate with other Team Division colleagues, vendors and related departments
Maintain reasonable business hours and be able to routinely travel to the assigned sales territory
Maintain a positive work atmosphere that strengthens the team
Perform other duties and projects assigned
Conform with and abide by all regulations, policies, work procedures and instructions
Who You Are
A results driven self-directed sales professional with 2+ years or more of B2B sales experience
A strategic planner with the ability to drill down, manage and accomplish tasks and goals
Able to thrive in a growing, small business environment with an ability to think outside of the box and creatively problem solve
Comfortable in a fast paced, dynamic environment
Enthusiastic with a positive demeanor and the ability to communicate effectively with customers, teams, athletes and colleagues
Excellent at building business relationships
Able to coordinate a variety of activities and prioritize work to meet deadlines and grow the business
Knowledgeable and experienced athlete, coach or vendor in aquatic sports, preferably competitive swimming
Bachelor’s degree with 2+ years of B2B sales experience
Know your way around Salesforce or similar CRM software
Comfortable working in both Google Workspace and Microsoft Office
Excellent written and verbal communications skills
Valid driver license and ability to travel locally with occasional national travel
Medical, Dental, Vision, Disability and Life Insurance
401k plan with company matching
Discounts on SwimOutlet.com
Comprehensive sales management training
Flexible Time Off Plan
Equal Employment Opportunity Policy
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This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.
Location: 171 Baylor School Road, Chattanooga, TN, USA
Baylor Swim Club / Baylor School
The Baylor Swim Club located in Chattanooga, TN is now accepting applications for a part-time Senior Assistant Coach to help facilitate its’ growing aquatics program. The Baylor Swim Club is a school-supported and coach-operated USA Swimming club running on the campus of the Baylor School. The Baylor School is a nationally known prep school that includes day students in grades 6-12, and it features boarding students in grades 9-12 from all over the world.
The club’s home pool is the Baylor School Natatorium. This multi-million-dollar facility is state of the art, and one of the best aquatic centers in the country. The indoor pool features 22 short course yard lanes by ten 50-meter long course lanes and equipped with two moveable bulkheads.
Below are some of the many accomplishments that have been achieved by both the Baylor School swim team and also the Baylor Swim Club.
Baylor ranks as a Silver Medal team in the USA Swimming Club Excellence Program for the 12th time in the last 13 years
Baylor Swim Club Produced five USA National Junior Team Members
Had five swimmers compete at the FINA World Junior Championships in 2011, one competed in the World University Games in 2019, and One to compete in the FINA World Championships in 2013 & 2017
Head Coach Dan Flack was named Coach of the United States National Junior team in 2011, 2013, 2017, & 2018. He was also named Southeastern Swimming LSC Coach of the year in 2007 & 2013.
Baylor School wins combined state title for the 16th year in a row
Baylor Swim Club had four athletes qualify for the 2020 US Olympic Team Trials.
About the Coaching Position:
This person would work directly with and report to the Head Coach / Director of Competitive Swimming. He/she would be coaching high school athletes that attend the Baylor School and also a group of senior athletes that practice in the afternoon/evenings. This person must have experience coaching competitive swimming at both the high school and age-group levels. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn and grow with national-caliber coaching staff and club.
Coaching experience (typically 6 months – 1 year) in competitive high school/age group swimmers.
Candidate should have current certifications in CPR, First Aid, Swim Coaches Safety Training, and current USA Swimming coaches’ registration in good standing.
American Red Cross CPR/AED for Lifeguards and Lifeguarding/First Aid certifications, or the ability to obtain within 3 months of hire.
Must also pass a background check and have either had current Athlete Protection Training and Concussion Training or be in the process of finishing those courses.
Competitive Salary-salary commensurate with experience.
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