with Southern California Swimming
The Southern California Swimming office is moving to a more centrally-located spot in the LA area (site TBD).
The Office Manager of Southern California Swimming is a full-time position, responsible for all aspects of Registration/Membership for 22,000+ athletes, coaches, officials, and clubs. In addition to registration, the Office Manager handles the collection of daily mail, makes all deposits and does a monthly bank statement reconciliation, runs the meet recon on registration, handles phone calls from parents, coaches, and clubs, and other duties as assigned to maintain the organization’s documents and upkeep of the office.
The successful candidate will be proficient in Word, Excel and Quickbooks, familiar with swimming administration/governance, a good proofreader, detail-oriented, independent/Self-starter, problem-solver, have a helpful customer service attitude, eager to take on new tasks, and be able to pass random/unannounced drug tests (including for marijuana).
Office Hours: 8am-4:30pm, with an hour lunch break
Vacation: 2 weeks/year
Sick time: 3 days/year
Salary: Commensurate with skills and experience
with Bard College
Bard College, located in Northern Dutchess County, New York, invites nominations and applications for a full-time Head Men’s and Women’s Swim and Dive Coach/Aquatics Director.
Duties range from training and contest preparation, recruitment of student-athletes, program development and conducting the program within the philosophies of the Department of Athletics. The position also oversees all aspects of natatorium operations, compliance and safety including lifeguard hiring and oversight. Bard is a member of the NCAA Division III and the Liberty League.
- Experience in intercollegiate coaching.
- Must have experience in effective and safe pool management.
- Preferred experience in directing or managing aquatics areas.
- Certifications preferred as Certified Pool Operator or Aquatics Facility Operator, Water Safety Instructor and/or Lifeguard Training Instructor.
- Certification in Lifeguard Management, CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers and Health Care Providers. CPR/AED and First Aid Instructor Certification.
Bard College is an equal opportunity employer and we welcome applications from those who contribute to our diversity.
with Seacoast Swimming Association
SSA looking for Assistant Swim Coaches
DOVER, NH — Seacoast Swimming Association is looking to hire part-time assistant swim coaches beginning with the current 2017 Long Course Season.
Qualified candidates should expect to coach at several levels – age group, junior and senior. Candidates should have at least one year of coaching experience, or a background of competitive swimming at the collegiate level. USA Coaching certification is desired but we are willing to work with the right candidates to obtain USA Swimming certification.
The ability to teach competitive basic stroke technique and a positive attitude are a must. Candidates should also be able to communicate with other staff and parents effectively and professionally.
Seacoast, based out of the Dover public pools and the University of New Hampshire, is a nationally recognized USA Swim program based in the Seacoast of New Hampshire and southern Maine.
with Kalamazoo College
Nature of duties:
Kalamazoo College in Kalamazoo, MI, an NCAA Division III, liberal arts institution in the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association, is seeking to fill a position as assistant men’s and women’s swimming coach. This is a full-time, 10-month administrative appointment. Responsibilities include assisting the head coach in the development of, leading and organizing all facets of a Division III men’s and women’s swimming program, knowledge of and adherence to MIAA and NCAA rules, recruiting, practice planning and execution, monitoring student-athlete academic progress, and mentoring student-athletes.
This position requires a Bachelor’s degree, with proven successful men’s and/or women’s swimming coaching experience and/or swimming experience, the ability to work non-traditional hours including nights and weekends, a valid driver’s license and an acceptable driving record in accord with the College’s driver policy.
An equal opportunity employer, Kalamazoo College is committed to equal rights, equal opportunities, and equal protection under the law. The College administers its programs without regard to race, creed, religion, age, sex, national origin, height, weight, marital status, disability as protected by law, sexual orientation or gender identity.
with Seton Hall University
The assistant coach for men’s and women’s swimming will assist the head coach in all aspects of the program that participates in NCAA Division I competition. Duties include but are not limited to: coaching, recruiting, coordinating practices, assisting with team travel, program development, procuring equipment and other duties as assigned by the head coach. The assistant coach is responsible for the concerns and welfare of his/her student athletes both on and off the field of competition. This includes monitoring the academic performance and furthering the success of the team in meeting academic and eligibility criteria set forth by the university and the NCAA. The assistant coach is responsible for the safety, behavior and appearance of the student-athletes and managers under his/her direction while representing the university. This includes all facets of daily interaction with academic, resident and student life communities as well as all entities involved in travel and competition for away contests.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Assist head coach with coaching. Provide instruction and teaching to student-athletes to improve their overall level of performance from one year to the next.
- As a position or event specialist, evaluate student-athletes to identify strengths and deficiencies, and design instructional opportunities to teach students how to improve technical and strategic execution based on sound motor learning and bio-mechanical principles.
- Assist in conducting conditioning programs, encompassing recognized and approved methods of improving power, speed, strength and aerobic performance, consistent with industry safety and health standards. Assist all practice sessions while incorporating basic sport strategies, as is deemed appropriate.
- Incorporate position specific learning opportunities into daily practice design as directed by head coach including instruction on proper swimming strokes.
- Design and maintain historical databases to be used for trend analysis. Conduct analysis and provide support on projects ranging from student athlete enrollment studies to coaching trends in an effort to design better instructional techniques and programs for student athletes.
- On an as needed basis, is responsible for producing instructional and safety guideline materials for student athletes including but not limited to: manuals or electronic publications (e.g. emails, websites, etc.) for summer conditioning, technical play books, and team handbooks.
- As an NCAA certified recruiter, successfully research, scout, evaluate and contact prospective student-athletes while operating within the scope of the department, Big East Conference and NCAA regulations at all times.
- As an on-campus recruiter, collaborate with other department and university staff in designing official and unofficial visits in compliance with all university, Big East Conference and NCAA regulations.
- Establish and develop relationships with appropriate high school and junior college officials, amateur club coaches, and coaches within the sport’s national governing body for public relations purposes, thus positioning the university nationally.
- Extract, manipulate, and analyze complex data for recruiting purposes from databases such as the student data warehouse, National Student Clearinghouse, and other data sources.
- Develop, maintain, and use master recruit databases to support decision-making, assessments, evaluations, and program review.
- Conduct periodic review and evaluation of program goals, analyzing findings, identifying areas requiring improvement, and pursuing more efficient methods and processes.
- Maintain, monitor and archive all required records and paperwork per regulatory requirements (e.g. state, federal and NCAA compliance) and maintain documentation of sources of information and completed projects.
- Participate in public relations activities, as approved, to include granting interviews with newspaper, radio and television media, attending press conferences and making public appearances. Consult with assigned Media Services staff regarding game preparations.
- Must understand and comply with all NCAA and Big East rules and regulations at all times. Lack of compliance could result in severe Big East or NCAA sanctions for the program, the department and the university. Consult with Compliance office staff to evaluate each request to ensure compliance with NCAA regulations.
- In coordination with the Equipment Manager, monitor the condition of equipment and request repairs or replacement as necessary.
- Assist with the planning, coordination, and execution and approved fundraising activities.
- Keep current in knowledge about issues affecting the athletic program, including internal and external events, discussions and concerns.
- Assist with or manage awards (e.g. annual participation/letter awards, special achievement award and post-season or championship awards) per departmental policy and NCAA rules.
- Assist with or manage the team’s annual awards banquet, per university policies and NCAA rules
- Assistant Coach is expected to conduct him/herself in a loyal, honest, responsible, ethical and professional manner at all times.
with Northeastern University
The Assistant Coach, Women’s Swimming & Diving, will work with the head coach in maintaining a highly competitive Division I program to include: practice and meet coaching, recruitment of prospective student-athletes, compliance of NCAA and institutional rules, fund raising, off season conditioning, and administrative tasks.
A bachelor’s degree is required. Candidate should have up to three years of coaching and recruiting experience in Division I Women’s Swimming & Diving; a thorough knowledge recruiting practices and NCAA regulations; good organizational, communication, and time management skills; and the ability to take on multiple tasks and work independently or in a team setting. The candidate must be willing to work nights and weekends as well as be available for travel depending on the game schedules. Previous collegiate competition experience is preferred.
with Aiken Pacer Aquatic Club (APAC)
Aiken Pacer Aquatic Club (APAC) Head Coach Opening
APAC Swim Team is a competitive swim club based in Aiken, SC.
APAC formally began as a competitive swim team in November of 2016, and made an impressive showing at South Carolina’s Short Course State Meet during its inaugural year finishing 10th out of 21 teams from across South Carolina with 18 swimmers competing. These finishes included 13 State Champion Finishes and 10 – 2nd place Finishes!
During the Long course season, we currently have approximately 60 full-time swimmers and a staff of 3 excellent assistant coaches. These coaches create an atmosphere that is safe, fun, and educational for all levels of swimming. Our coaches also create a structure that will provide swimmers the opportunity to achieve the very highest levels of competitive swimming.
APAC HEAD COACH RESPONSIBILITIES Include:
- The Head Coach creates a positive team environment in pursuit of excellence.
- Supervision of and collaborative work with assistant coaches. Annual reviews and goal setting with all coaches.
- Coaching and oversight of all swimmer groups working closely with assistant coaches; Head coach for the Ultra Pacer Group.
- Development of the competitive program and coaching strategy for each season; in-water and dryland training, keeping in mind the health of the swimmer.
- Annual and seasonal plan development and reviews; goal meetings with Ultra Swimmers and oversight of goal meetings through assistant coaching staff.
- Team management, Meet management, Meet entries and athlete registration and requirements oversight.
- Management and evaluation of athlete goal setting, tracking of athlete and team performance, informing the team and athletes of that performance and discussion of future goals.
- Parent meetings, Board meeting and athlete communication
- Other duties as listed in the Head Coach job description.
Required Qualifications for the APAC HEAD COACH:
- Two years or more experience as Head Coach or Director of a competitive Swim Club.
- Coaching member in good standing with USA Swimming and current on all background checks, certifications/training, including athlete protection, first aid, CPR, AED, coaches safety, etc.
- Energetic and Positive motivator that possesses strong leadership, organizational and administrative skills.
- History that proves a successful background in competitive swimming, developing all levels of swimmers and advancing them to higher levels of achievement.
- Must be a positive role model for young athletes with high ethical and moral standards, a clean driving record and history of appropriate interactions with swimmers , parents and coaches, always showing respect.
- Proficient computer skills preferably with Team Unify, Hy-Tek Team Manager, Meet Manager and Microsoft Applications.
- Ability to work flexible hours such as evenings, early mornings and weekends to cover pool practice times.
Preferred Qualifications for the Head Coach:
- ASCA Level 3 or higher certification
- Background in competitive swimming with a club team, working with a board and developing swimmers of all age groups.
with Franklin College Swimming & Diving
Franklin College (Indiana), a NCAA Division III institution and member of the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference, invites applications for an assistant men’s and women’s swimming coach-intern. The assistant coach is responsible for assisting the head coach in all aspects of the swimming program, including skill development, recruiting and other duties assigned by the head coach. Position begins August 1, 2017.
Requirements: bachelor’s degree, collegiate competitive and/or coaching experience. Compensation for this 10-month, part-time position includes stipend, Franklin College tuition remission, room and board. Additional part-time employment on/near campus is possible.
The College is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment and to ensuring that educational and employment decisions are based on individuals’ abilities and qualifications. Consistent with these principles and applicable laws, it is therefore the College’s policy not to discriminate on the basis of age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, marital status, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation or veteran status as consistent with the Policy on Prohibited Discrimination, Harassment and Related Misconduct. No person, on the basis of protected status, shall be excluded from participating in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to unlawful discrimination, harassment, or retaliation under any College program or activity, including with respect to employment terms and conditions. Such a policy ensures that only relevant factors are considered and that equitable and consistent standards of conduct and performance are applied.
with GILLS- Great illinois Swimmers
Great Illinois Swimmers (GILLS) Tinley Park, IL
Age Group Swim Team
Reports to Head Coach Shawn Walsh
Club: GILLS – Great Illinois Swimmers (age group swim team) Location: Victor J. Andrew High School, Tinley Park, IL 60487
Hours: Part time,12 – 16 hours a week: Monday – Friday 6:00 – 9:00pm*.
*Additional hours may be earned by attending ISI Meets when necessary.
Great Illinois Swimmers – GILLS, an age group swim club located in Tinley Park, Illinois is seeking a part time Swim Coach to join our staff. The position is available beginning immediately and will remain open until filled. Great Illinois Swimmers (GILLS) trains out of Victor J. Andrew High School, Tinley Park, IL.
Under the direct supervision of the Head Coach the Swim Coach is responsible for implementing instruction and workouts that will prepare participants for their individual needs.
- Implement the workouts and techniques the Head Coaches provide.
- Set up facility or equipment, store equipment and secure facility upon completion of practice.
- Arrive 15 minutes prior to practice.
- Record and maintain attendance records.
- Enforce aquatic rules and maintain constant surveillance of swim team participants.
- Provide feedback to participants to facilitate improvement.
- Wear swim team attire and be prepared to enter the water at each practice.
- Attend weekly staff meetings.
- Preform other duties as assigned.
- Prior experience of competitive swimming is desired.
- Must have the ability to motivate and educate the swim team participants.
- Must be proficient in swimming and safety skills.
- Must be mentally capable to handle dangerous situations in order to assure the safety of all swimmers.
- Maintain a positive attitude and act in a professional manner when interacting with, swim team participants, parents, board members and other staff, at all times.
- A background check will also be required.
- Must be willing to obtain coaching credentials.
Please send your resume to: [email protected]
with John Carroll University
Title: Assistant Men’s and Women’s Swimming Coaching Instructor
Position Number: Multiple Incumbents
Division: Student Affairs
Direct Report: Head Men’s Swimming Coaching Instructor
FLSA Status: Exempt
Revised: May 1, 2017
The Assistant Men’s and Women’s Swimming Coaching Instructor works under Head Swimming and Diving Coaching Instructor providing support for the organization of the program and implementation of game and practice plans. This includes, but is not limited to communication with athletes, preparation of facilities, distribution and care of equipment, scouting opponents, and film breakdown. The Assistant will assist in providing support for the player’s academic success, and track academic progress as needed. The Assistant may facilitate communication with a number of constituents which include faculty, academic advisors, assistant deans, and parents. Internally, the Assistants work with the Equipment and Facilities staff, Athletic Trainers, and Assistant ADs when necessary.
The Assistant Men’s and Women’s Swimming Coaching Instructor will respond to the Head Swimming and Diving Coaching Instructor directives and will be responsible for providing coaching instruction and administrative support to other coaches and administrative staff while ensuring compliance with all related governing bodies including the NCAA, OAC and institutional regulations. The Assistant will also have designated responsibilities with the recruitment of prospective student athletes.
Duties and responsibilities
• The Assistant Men’s and Women’s Swimming Coaching Instructor will help facilitate practice time to include such responsibilities as: implementing drills and game plans into practices, offering input for game strategies and provide advice for specific plays or game tactics. The Assistant will assist players in the learning process, and track of players’ punctuality and participation in practices when needed.
• Assist the lead instructor and coordinator in elements of practices and games to include preparation, effective execution of drills, one-on-one development work with athletes as warranted and fulfillment of game day responsibilities.
• Assist the Head Swimming and Diving Coaching Instructor with the development of strategies for a successful program including well organized practice plans and participation in the development and execution of game strategies.
• Assist with the monitoring of academic progress and meet with individual student-athletes to ensure academic success and compliance with university and NCAA academic standards.
• Mentor student-athletes as to proper conduct and decorum.
• Comply with the Head Swimming and Diving Coaching Instructors’ philosophy and assist with communicated this philosophy with all stakeholders.
• Assist with the evaluation and recruitment of prospective student-athletes, and the tracking of them through the Frontrush system.
• Help coordinate official visit itineraries for prospective student-athletes in compliance with NCAA requirements.
• Assist in the development of community outreach programs, and promotional activities in collaboration with internal staff, and assist in approved fundraising activity as designated by the head coach.
• Represent department and institution to internal and external constituents.
• Help coordinate all administrative requirements for the team including: travel arrangements and itineraries; equipment and uniform purchases.
• Work in conjunction with the Head Swimming and Diving Coaching Instructor and the Strength and Conditioning Instructor to design and implement targeted development and training programs appropriate to the specific needs of athletes and teams.
• Attend rules education, sessions and complete necessary forms for compliance upon request.
• Follow proper procedures for purchasing and resource allocation and monitor spending.
• Supervise coaches within the program as assigned.
• Assist in the coordination of team player tryouts and selection.
• Attend athletic department meetings and collaborate with the Head Athletics Coaching Instructor and Athletic Director / Assistant Athletic Directors on schedules, programs and engagement.
• Participate in pre-season and post-season meetings and programs as appropriate.
• Assist to develop and provide instructor-led rules training to team, athletic department and others upon request.
• Responsible for positive public relations and communications with constituents.
• Support Head Swimming and Diving Coaching Instructor’s decisions.
• Work closely with athletic trainers and follow injury protocol.
• Responsible for adhering to a system of budget management and accountability.
• Follow all University and NCAA policies and regulations.
• Meet all deadlines for paperwork (i.e. rosters, physicals, officials ratings, etc . . . . . ).
• Exhibit enthusiasm towards athletes and display respect for the entire program (i.e. officials, opponents, parents, schools, property, equipment, etc . . .).
• Dress appropriately and professionally for games, practices, recruit/family visits and other school/athletic functions.
• Foster school spirit by promoting other sports.
• Maintain fair, consistent, and appropriate relationships with student athletes.
• Maintain composure and exemplary conduct during practice and games.
• All other duties as assigned.
• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution
• Minimum of one (1) year of collegiate coaching experience or two (2) years successful coaching experience as head or assistant coach at the high school level or equivalent experience.
• Must have a valid driver’s license and maintain certifications in CPR and AED.
• Excellent organizational skills; ability to multi-task, meet deadlines, and work independently
• Ability to effectively communicate with diverse constituencies.
• Must understand and comply with NCAA , conference, and University rules, regulations, policies and procedures.
• Master’s degree.
• Demonstrated ability to motivate students in a positive manner.
• Demonstrated ability to plan and organize effectively, teach fundamentals and techniques associated with the sport and experience with teams that are competitive and show evidence of being well coached.
• Demonstrated ability to provide positive leadership and to serve as a positive role model as a coach and colleague.
• Successful prior participation in the sport at the high school, college or professional level.
Normal working hours and conditions
Extensive travel involved. University core business hours are generally 8:30 am – 5:00 pm. However this position will require work to be performed outside of normal business hours based on the nature of competitive and recruiting schedules.
Ability to demonstrate the physical movements of the sport. Sufficient physical ability and mobility to work in an office setting; to stand or sit for prolonged periods of time; to occasionally stoop, bend, kneel, crouch, reach, and twist; to lift, carry, push, and/or pull light to moderate amounts of weight; to operate office equipment requiring repetitive hand movement and fine coordination including use of a computer keyboard; to travel to other office locations and to verbally communicate and exchange information.
About John Carroll University
John Carroll University is a private, coeducational, Jesuit Catholic university founded in 1886 and dedicated to developing women and men with the knowledge and character to lead and to serve. The University is located in University Heights, Ohio, an attractive residential suburb 10 miles east of downtown Cleveland (metro. area pop. 1.38 million). Academically, the University consists of the College of Arts and Sciences and the Boler School of Business, which both include graduate programs. Degree programs are offered in nearly 60 major fields in the arts, social sciences, natural sciences, and business at the undergraduate level, and in select areas at the master’s level.
The University enrolls approximately 3,000 undergraduate students and 700 graduate students and has a student-to-faculty ratio of 14:1. John Carroll University is one of 28 Jesuit universities in the United States and has been listed in U.S. News & World Report magazine’s top 10 rankings of Midwest regional universities for more than 20 consecutive years.
For full application instructions and position description, visit http://apptrkr.com/1016533
with Beach Cities Swimming
Beach Cities Swimming, Belvedere Park CA location is seeking an Assistant Coach. Responsible individual who enjoys working with young swimmers everyday in and out of the water. Must posses good written and oral communication skills, team building skills, and excellent understanding of teaching progressions. This part time age group coach position (ASCA Level 3 preferred, but not mandatory) is needed to coordinate and develop our age group program (White, Red, and JO groups) under the direction of the Head Site Coach. For more detailed information about this position, please contact Joy Lim [email protected]
Beach Cities Swimming
East Los Angeles
with Greenwood Gators
Position: Head Coach – Greenwood Gators (GRE)
Hours: Monday – Friday evenings and Saturday mornings / Full availability on meet weekends Location: Greenwood Community High School – Greenwood, IN (20 min South of Indianapolis)
Starting Date: August 2017
Pay: $30-40k; negotiable based on qualifications and experience
Club Description: The Gators are a nonprofit, board run USA Swimming club serving the Greenwood Community in Greenwood Indiana. The Gators are dedicated to teaching young people the sport of competitive swimming and employ a coaching staff that is made up of certified professionals who are dedicated to developing swimmers into the best athletes they can be and building a foundation of skills that will last a
lifetime. The Gators train at the Greenwood High School Natatorium located at 615 West Smith Valley Road in Greenwood, IN (20 minutes South of Indianapolis). The facility houses a six lane 25-yard pool that can be converted to a 25-meter pool for the long course season as well as a five lane 12.5 yard separate diving well. The Greenwood Gators, the Greenwood High School swimming and diving teams, and the Greenwood Middle School swimming and diving teams all practice and host meets at the facility.
Responsibilities: Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
1. Developing a daily, weekly, seasonal, and yearly training program for higher level groups 2. Developing a meet schedule that best fits the needs of the swimmers
3. Attending all practices and scheduled meets
4. Supervising assistant coaches and delegating tasks as necessary
5. Staying up to date with the latest science, technology, and procedures of USA Swimming
• Minimum of 3 years of coaching experience in competitive swimming
• Must have all USA Swimming certifications and coaching requirements
• Mature judgment, reliability, availability, and ethical behavior including punctuality, confidentiality and the ability to function effectively in a multitask environment
• Ability to work well and effectively communicate with swimmers, parents, and coaching staff
• Efficient computer skills and knowledge of Meet Manager and TeamUnify
with Philadelphia Freedom Valley YMCA
Imagine going to work knowing that what you do each day positively influences the lives of individuals and families in your community.
Throughout the Delaware Valley, the Philadelphia Freedom Valley YMCA employs more than 5,000 individuals in full time, part time and seasonal positions. Anchored in 20 locations, the Philadelphia Freedom Valley YMCA has the long-standing relationships and physical presence to deliver lasting personal and social change and gives staff the opportunity and flexibility to pursue their careers.
The YMCA branches in the city of Philadelphia are seeking cause-driven and passionate professionals to serve as Aquatic Directors to run their Aquatic programming. Branches include:
• Christian Street YMCA, 1724 Christian Street, Philadelphia, PA
• Columbia North YMCA, 1400 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA
• West Philadelphia YMCA, 5120 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA
What you’ll do:
• Provide leadership in the overall development, implementation, promotion, and administration of aquatics programs
• Ensure that aquatics programs and services are delivered with high quality in accordance with standards and statutory rules and regulations
• Supervise all Aquatic programs; hire, train, schedule and supervise of all Aquatics Staff
What you need to succeed:
• 21 years of age with Bachelor’s degree in related field with 2 years of related experience
• Current YMCA or American Red Cross Lifeguard, CPR/AED for Professional Rescuer and First Aid
certifications and swim lesson or lifeguard instructor certification
Some benefits and perks of working at the Y:
Flexible work schedule, a free family membership, discounted programming, participation in the Y Retirement Fund, health and wellness benefits, and opportunities for continuing education and professional training and development.
with Bryant University
This position reports to the Head Swimming coach and is responsible to assist in all phases of a competitive intercollegiate Swimming and Diving program in compliance with NCAA conference, Northeast Conference (NEC), Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) and institutional rules and regulations.
|Assisting with all aspects of operating a collegiate program, including daily practices, recruiting, videotaping, home meet management, fund raising, student-athlete academic success, travel, compliance with all NCAA, NEC and Bryant University rules and regulations, etc.|
Requires an undergraduate degree from an accredited institution and acceptance into Bryant University Graduate School program (acceptance must be received before candidate will be considered). The ideal candidate will have collegiate and/or high school experience in swimming. Computer skills (MS Office, excel) are required.
The candidate must have the ability to effectively recruit and retain quality student-athletes. The ability to effectively communicate through oral, written and electronic forms along with strong interpersonal skills and the ability to motivate student-athletes in a group or individual setting are also necessary. The candidate must actively support the mission of the university by working with faculty, staff and students to share in our core values. The candidate must complete the NCAA coaches recruiting exam, and travel is required.
Regular attendance at assigned job site and the ability to work collaboratively with co-workers and constituents are essential functions of this position.
with OJR Aquatics Club
• Oversees all levels of swimming within the OJR AC program
• Provide feedback for swimmers at practice and meets
• Provide stroke technique instruction on all levels: group and one on one
• Determines practice schedule and training objectives.
• Provides mentorship for the coaching staff
• Compile with coaches the team line-up for the dual meets schedule
• Submit team entries for all dual meets and invitationals
• Attends scheduled meets and ensures all meets have appropriate coverage
• Plans and directs monthly coach staff meetings.
• Serves as a non-voting member of the OJR AC board. Attends all OJR AC board meetings.
• Attends all Tri-County league meetings.
• Maintains team database.
• Establishes with the staff goals for each individual swimmer.
• Selects end of season awards with input from the coaching staff
• Set an example of good behavior and sportsmanship for the OJR AC
• American Red Cross certification and/or USA Swimming Safety Training certification
• Working knowledge in Hy-Tek Team and Meet Manager software
• Current USA Swimming Coach Certification in good standing
• A minimum of 3 years coaching experience
• Working knowledge of TeamUnify , preferred
Salary range will be commensurate with experience.
Start date is August, 2017 or as agreed upon.