Location: 12332 Ranch Road 620 North, Austin, TX, USA
Waterloo Swimming, LP (WS) is looking for an energetic, enthusiastic, and knowledgeable Swim Coach to direct/lead one of our age group swim groups at Waterloo Swimming. You will be responsible for working with an assistant coach helping you run this group. Entering Waterloo Swimming you will be going through our Rotation Program…learning our swim lessons business, leading programs, assisting Lead Coaches and becoming a Lead Coach.
Duties and skills of the Lead Swim Coach include but are not limited to:
Abide by the American Swimming Coaches Association Code of Ethics, the USA Swimming Code of Conduct, and Waterloo Swimming policies and procedures.
Plan, prepare, and conduct team practices in accordance with our curriculum, practice schedules, and be supportive of the overall philosophy and direction of Waterloo Swimming.
Grow, coach, oversee, and manage our Waterloo Swimming program by writing and executing workouts, attending meets, entering swimmers into meets via software, running clinics, and social functions. Teach proper swim techniques and stroke mechanics
Is willing and motivated to work/be involved on multiple fronts within the organization- leading or assisting with fundraisers, special events and team-builders, clinics, camps, evaluation process, attend home and away meets, and participate in coaches’ education opportunities.
Assist other coaches/instructors as needed within Waterloo Swimming and communicate regularly with counterpart group coaches. Recommend group practice assignments for each swimmer. Substitute for other coaches as needed. Prepare and submit swimmers’ meet entries and attend assigned swim meets.
Interact effectively with parents
Keep records and reports as directed by the Head Coach. Maintaining a safe pool environment during practices (water quality checks/pool area clean up/etc)
Model proper dress, language, demeanor, and sportsmanship for swimmers. Exhibit daily a passion for helping swimmers maximize their potential
Possess USA Swimming certifications and credentials commensurate with the position.
Work with the Waterloo Leadership Team to make the program the preeminent swim program in Texas. Work within our Waterloo culture of being an Athlete-Centric center of excellence; getting Results through FUNdamentals; supporting Attendence+Effort=Success philosophy; and, building out our #swimfamily culture
The Bitterroot Swim Team (BST) in Hamilton, Montana is currently accepting applications for head and assistant coaching positions for the 2020 summer swim season.
About the Bitterroot Swim Team
The Bitterroot Swim Team (BST) is a member of the Montana State Swim Federation. This is a summer league of approximately 9 weeks starting the last weekend of May/early June through the first weekend of August. The Montana Swim Federation state meet is the final event of the season and scheduled for August 1 and 2, 2020.
The BST is a competitive swim program in a very unique and exciting environment. Located in the beautiful Bitterroot Valley of western, MT, we are the only competitive swim program serving the rural communities in the Bitterroot Valley. BST consistently competes for the western divisional and Montana state championships and has between 70 to 100 swimmers each year.
The Montana Swim Federation league is an incredible and unique competitive swim league designed to serve the many rural communities throughout the state that do not have access to indoor facilities outside of the summer months. We travel extensively throughout the state with opportunities to see all that Montana has to offer including incredible landscapes, great small towns and a close knit family type atmosphere with other teams and communities. Several BST alumni swimmers have or currently are competing at the college level.
BST is prepared to provide a salary commensurate with experience and the responsibilities of the coaching position. We also provide travel stipends and the potential for free lodging with a BST family. A successful candidate will bring a passion for swimming, desire to teach, technical skill in coaching all age levels, and the inspiration to develop strong team spirit and camaraderie. We practice mornings and evenings at the modern Bitterroot Aquatic Center in Hamilton, MT.
Season starts June 1, 2020 and ends August 10, 2020
Attend all swim meets (one or two weekends are free)
Supervise assistant coaches and prepare practices and workouts
Maintain a positive and supportive attitude toward the other members of the coaching staff, swimmers of all ability, Swim Team Board Members and parents.
Keep an up-to-date file of all swimmers’ events and times.
Supervise and ensure safety in and around the pool including organizing coaching staff to provide appropriate locker room supervision.
Looking for swim coaches and/or post-collegiate swimmers to perform voiceover analysis of underwater swim videos for training purposes. We will train you using Hudl Technique and the script we have developed. Our team works from home, making an average of $25 per hour. There are no limits to how many hours you may work. Quality is paramount.
Our videos follow a fast-paced, high-energy, graphically intensive script that is a combination of high level technical analysis and positive reinforcement.
We film for age group swim teams across the country, providing analysis of the outstanding video we capture. We are looking for people with a high-level understanding of swimming and an ability to analyze and vocalize swimming techniques in a manner that engages youth swimmers.
We prefer ASCA level 3 or NCAA assistant coaches
That said, we will reply to all applicants, providing you the training doc to see how you do
You must own an iPad, preferably a big Pro 12.9″ which makes things easier
We’ve helped most of our analysts purchase good used ones at 1/2 the cost of new
You must have a good Wi-fi network, and quiet place to record the voiceovers
Our weekly minimum requirement for all team members is 10 videos, i.e. 4 hours of work
There are no limits on how many voice overs you may do in a week
Working from home requires good time management skills
Willing to follow company protocol for voiceovers and perform several trial reviews
Your trial voice overs will be judged by other team members
No location requirements; all work is done from home
Location: Rugby School Thailand, Khao Mai Kaeo, Bang Lamung District, Chon Buri, Thailand
Rugby School Thailand
Sport and Swimming
Rugby School Thailand is blessed with a campus and sports facilities that are second to none. The School’s ambitious aim is to become the top sports school in Asia. By this we mean that we will provide top level coaching for all pupils – from young beginners, to those who are capable of competing at national level.
Sport, therefore, will be integral to the normal school day. Coaching will start with the younger Pre-Prep pupils, and the Prep and Senior School pupils will have the opportunity to play sport every day and to compete in House and School matches. Sports tours within South-East Asia and beyond will be a regular occurrence.
With swimming being one of the top sports in Thailand, our aim is to provide an outstanding swim programme with outstanding coaching. This commitment is evident in the facilities that will be completed by July, 2020.
On the Pre-Prep precinct, we have a learner pool for our youngest pupils. On the Prep precinct there is an 8 lane, 25-metre pool.
We will open the Webb-Ellis Sports Centre in summer, 2020. As well as an expansive indoor sports complex, it will include an Olympic standard, 10 lane 50-metre pool with an adjacent 25-metre training pool. RST’s swimming facilities will be outstanding.
2 specialist swimming coaches have been employed and, in addition to the regular swimming sessions, special early morning team training sessions take place 3 days per week. Though it is early days for RST’s swimming programme, we are already attracting top swimmers to the school. We expect the new Head of Aquatics to grow the swim programme significantly.
The role of Head of Aquatics at Rugby School Thailand presents an exciting opportunity for an ambitious swim coach and leader to develop an outstanding swim programme and to build RST’s reputation as one of the top swimming schools in Asia.
The Head of Aquatics reports to the Senior School Deputy Head – Co-Curricular. He or she is responsible for the following:
Oversee the School’s aquatics programmes and services. This will involve team planning, squad training and coach training programmes
Coach swimming throughout the school, with the focus upon the top performance swimmers
Manage the use of the school pools for curricular and extra-curricular activities
Oversee, organise and run Swim Meets and matches.
Conduct swim lessons and swim team training in a safe, friendly environment
Prepare and disseminate all policies and procedures that relate to the swimming pool and the swimming programme.
Work within specific RST guidelines, eg equal opportunities, health and safety, child protection.
Take responsibility for the supervision of day-to-day operations of the swimming pools including monitoring the maintenance, security, and safety of the overall pool environment.
Operate as line manager for lifeguards, swim coaches and other staff working in the swimming pools.
Liaise with RST finance office regarding the ordering of swim equipment
Liaise with RST Directors of Sport re organisation of swim fixtures and meets Communicate effectively and efficiently with swim meet team parents on their
General School Responsibilities
Maintain an appropriate professional manner at all times and support and foster the aims of the school.
Familiarisation with the contents of the Teaching Staff Handbook, including the school’s aims and policies, following closely the guidance provided in these documents.
Be aware of and comply with the School’s rewards and disciplinary policies.
Be familiar with the school’s health and safety guidance and be mindful of the health and safety of all members of the school community.
Be aware of and act upon all policies regarding the safeguarding of children
Promote pride in the School among the pupil body through high standards of dress, behaviour, manners, respect for others and property and general attitude
Cover for absent colleagues as requested
Attend school assemblies as required
Attend staff meetings, parents’ evenings, Speech Day and similar important functions out of school hours as required
Ensure the pool deck and other coaching / teaching spaces are kept in a professional, tidy manner in keeping with the expectations of the swim programme.
Attend relevant professional development courses.
Attending swim meets at schools and clubs locally, in Bangkok, the rest of Thailand, and at other venues around South East Asia
Running swim meets at RST
Appointing, managing and developing RST’s swim coaches
Participation in annual first-aid and safeguarding
Cooperating with RST’s marketing department to promote RST, and particularly RST’s swimming programme
University degree from a recognised academic institution
Minimum Level 3 swim coach or equivalent
Experience managing a swim programme
Experience coaching top level swimmers
An excellent track record of teaching and coaching swimming
A strong sporting background
Experience managing a successful swim programme, including staffing, budgeting, procurement, etc.
Frontier spirit, willing to make the most of an opportunity in a new culture
Knowledge of international education
Experience within a UK independent school, or in a school coaching environment
Experience working with children who have English as a second language
High aspirations and ambition
Enthusiasm and energy
Genuine warmth, care and concern for the welfare of all children.
An awareness, understanding and experience of issues relating to
safeguarding, the health, welfare and safety of children
A positive approach towards maintaining discipline
Highly developed interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively and productively with pupils, staff, and parents
The ability to understand, use and encourage a variety of coaching/teaching and learning styles
Well-developed knowledge of issues relating to sport in schools, scheduling, coaching and health and safety issues within education and sport
Strong levels of administration, record keeping and ICT skills
The willingness to become fully involved in the busy life of a busy school.
The successful candidate will be appointed on an initial 2 year contract and will need to complete a successful probationary period. Salary and benefits are competitive and will be commensurate with the responsibilities of the position and the size of the School.
A highly competitive expatriate package includes:
fully furnished accommodation suitable for singles or families throughout the contract (if recruited from overseas)
Economy flights to and from Bangkok at beginning and end of contract (including family)
annual Economy flight allowance for employee (excluding family) to home city
private health insurance with a 10% co-payment on claims
100% fees remission for 3 children; 50% for 4th+ child
In addition, staff will have use of school facilities, limited free wi-fi, and access to school transport.
Location: 1600 Olympic Blvd, Walnut Creek, CA, USA
Dewing Park Swim Team
Dewing Park Swim Team, located in Walnut Creek CA, is looking for a highly motivated and experienced assistant coach for the 2020 Spring/Summer swim season. DPST is a recreational club team for ages 3-18 years old. The ideal candidate will have a solid swim background in recreational swim coaching and a thorough understanding of the four competitive strokes. Qualified candidates must be available from April thru August. In April and May practices will run from roughly 3:30-7:30. In June, July and August practices will run from roughly 8:00-1:30, M-F. Swim meets are Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings throughout the summer, plus 3 full-weekend large meets (Walnut Creek City Meet, Conference, and County).
Dewing Park is full of spirit and if you love swimming and coaching you will love this job! We have about 200 swimmers across the various age groups. Salary will depend on experience and availability. We look forward to speaking with you about your interest in this position!
Location: 3200 College Dr, Emmetsburg, IA 50536, USA
Iowa Lakes Community College
The Enrollment Coach is responsible for a caseload of prospective students, applicants and newly admitted students. They will serve as the primary point of contact for students within their assigned territories. Position includes all responsibilities associated with coaching men’s and women’s swimming at the collegiate level including recruitment, training, academic support and instilling sportsmanship. Bachelor’s Degree in related area required; Master’s Degree preferred. Three years’ experience in student personnel area desired. Three years’ experience as Head Swimming Coach or a combination of four years; experience as a Head Coach and Assistant Coach desired. Salary is based on 260 day contract.
The mission of Tidal Wave Swimming is to provide a full-range swim program for pre-competitive to national caliber swimmers. The TWS coaching staff works to ensure our student-athletes pursue excellence in all aspects of their lives, develop a strong work ethic, and build a strong character as they grow within our program.
Tidal Wave is currently hiring 2 assistant coaches and 1 or more lifeguards. We run 2 facilities, one in Acworth Ga and one in Powder Springs Ga.
Hourly Salary commensurate with experience and position
Must have reliable transportation
Competitive Swimming Experience and Coaching Experience Preferred
Under the supervision of the Head Coach (HC), the Lead Age Group Coach (LAGC) is responsible for developing, organizing, and implementing a high quality training and education program to meet the needs of the assigned groups of the BAC Age Group Swim Team. Our goal is for our team to grow in quantity and quality as a competitive swim team within the Zone 1 North of Pacific Swimming and USA Swimming. The LAGC is the primary point of contact for the swimmers and parents in his/her assigned groups, and must ensure that a professional level program is offered at all times.
In addition to serving as the LEAD of the assigned groups, the LAGC will also perform the duties of an assistant coach to multiple groups.
The LAGC will also carry out administrative duties as assigned by the HC.
The LAGC will be the LEAD on:
Maintaining a season plan for all group(s) coached. This includes when to alter practice schedule to optimize training, social events, incentive programs, etc.
Communicating with all group(s) coached. This will include a weekly email as well as any additional support emails that must be addressed over the course of the week.
Managing assigned pool space (lane set-up, covers). Please allow 15 minutes on the pool deck immediately before a scheduled practice and 15 minutes immediately following to assess your pool situation and to answer parent/swimmer questions.
Educating swimmers and parents on team culture and competitive swimming etiquette.
Maintaining good standing as a coach member of USA Swimming
The HC will require support from the LAGC on the following:
Attend meets as assigned by HC
Fundraising efforts. This could be organizing a fundraiser with a local restaurant, our annual Lap-A-Thon, Silent Auction, etc.
Maintaining a proper work schedule under federal, state, and BAC employment guidelines
Other duties/responsibilities as assigned by the HC
The LAGC is responsible for:
The contents of the BAC Employee Handbook
Logging daily attendance for swim group(s)
Ensuring the safety of swimmers (staying with swimmers if we are closing)
Logging hours daily in ADP app
Attend weekly staff meetings
Hours and Location:
Hours for this position include approximately 22-25 hours of practice time per week as agreed to with the Coach, all at the Burlingame Aquatic Center or satellite pool locations, plus additional time spent preparing the facility for practices, meeting with coworkers, and responding to member inquiries. Some administrative work must be done on site at the aquatic facility, in addition to staff meetings. Practice hours include morning practice sessions, early afternoon practice sessions as well as the possibility of evening practice sessions. A typical month will also include 1-2 weekend swim meets/competitions (An additional 8-10 hours each of these meet weekends).
An additional 5-8 hours per week will be assigned by the HC to perform team-management related tasks.
The LAGC must have a strong background in the sport of swimming (USA Swimming and/or collegiate swimming background preferred) and have the ability to effectively teach swimming to a wide range of athletes. He/she must be able to provide creative swim workouts that incorporate the technical needs of all swimmers, and also have a very positive on-deck demeanor. The LAGC must have professional communication skills and be able to effectively communicate with participants about any program changes or special events. The LAGC must be reliable, punctual, and approachable, and must be dedicated to sustaining a strong program that values all levels of swimmers. He/she must be able to cooperate with all BAC staff members in an effort to support the overall mission of the club.
The LAGC must hold a current nationally recognized Training Certification in CPR, First Aid, and Water Safety for Swim Coaches and is responsible for keeping those certifications current. American Red Cross Lifeguard certification is required within 3 months. Current coaching membership in USA Swimming is also required. BAC does reimburse for the cost of certification/membership upkeep.
Cape Fear Aquatic Club / YMCA of Southeastern, NC
Cape Fear Aquatic Club in Wilmington, NC is seeking a part-time assistant swim coach.
The assistant coach will lead our athletes during practices and meets, instructing and inspiring our swimmers in a fun and positive environment. Three to five evening shifts per week are required, which may range from one to three hours depending on the age group; there will also be regularly scheduled weekend meets that range from 8 to 12 hours each. Hours can be discussed based on groups that this position may coach. This position may be seasonal or year-round. Pay range: $14.00-$16.50 Deadline to apply: December, 20th, 2019
Alpha Aquatics is a nationally competitive swim team of 200+ athletes located in the El Segundo and Westchester areas of Los Angeles. The team focuses on creating a fun, energized, race paced training environment for all levels from beginner to Jr National and Sr National levels.
We are seeking an experienced, energized and passionate Coach to lead our age group program. As Head Age Group Coach, you will be working hand in hand with the Alpha Head Coach in developing an age group program that will create the foundation for continued senior swimming success. The successful candidate will be an ambitious, driven individual who can commit to Alpha Aquatics core values, goals, and mission. He/she must possess a high degree of emotional maturity, able to motivate children with varied social, emotional and physical attributes, as well as foster strong communication with parents and Alpha Aquatics’ management.
Coach Junior Olympic level athletes.
Manage the Alpha Age Group Program including creation of seasonal competition schedules
Develop training templates, schedules and season plan in collaboration with other age group coaches
15-20 hours of on deck coaching per week plus participation in average of 1 swim meet per month.
Implement, expand and enhance established training and drill progressions to be utilized by other age group coaches
Foster strong communication within Alpha Program, including parents, athletes and coaches
Perform various administrative tasks relating to the team
Preferred Skills and Qualifications:
5+ years of coaching experience
Member in good standing with USA Swimming
Collegiate swimming experience
Working knowledge of Team Unify
Energetic, dynamic and positive leader
Strong organizational, written and oral communication skills
The YMCA of Greater New York is here for all New Yorkers — to empower youth, improve health, and strengthen community. Founded in 1852, today the Y serves a diverse population of more than half a million New Yorkers who learn, grow, and thrive through programs and services at our 24 branches. Community is the cornerstone of the Y. Together, we connect active, engaged New Yorkers to build stronger communities.
The Prospect Park YMCA is seeking qualified individuals who will be responsible for the health and safety of patrons using the facility.
Must be Instructor Ready: uniform, pocket face mask/gloves, whistle and rescue tube.
Continuous and active scanning of the pool.
Ensure instructional equipment remains in good condition; have all equipment ready prior to classes and put away after.
Know and understand the Emergency Action Plan and Emergency Evacuation Routes.
Enforce aquatics safety rules consistently and fairly.
Perform second duties, as requested, only when not lifeguarding.
Maintain positive relationships with members and staff.
Follow the directions of the YMCA of Greater New York aquatic supervisors, in accordance with the YMCA aquatic standards.
Must attain the YMCA Lifeguard certification within 90 days of hire.
Maintain certification level of physical and mental readiness. Responsible for recertification before expiration.
Actively participate in training sessions, designated meetings and special events.
Must be 17 years of age or older.
High School diploma or equivalent, desired.
Current YMCA Lifeguard certification or equivalent.
Current Basic Life Support, First Aid and Emergency Oxygen certifications.
Demonstrate swim strokes, lifeguard rescues and BLS/BFA/EO skills.
Must be willing to work flexible hours, including weekends and holidays.
Supervise and facilitate the McHenry Marlins Aquatics Swim Team for youth ages 6 – 18 years old. Nurture the development and swim mechanics in participants while providing a safe and controlled environment. Head coach is to be a liaison between the participants and program department in conveying information or program changes. Head coach is to develop training plans, supervise a swim group, and be present for all meets. They play an integral role in the development of building strong character values in youth. The staff at all times is a representative of the philosophy, mission, and goal of the City of McHenry and its parks and recreation department. Staff must strive to work cooperatively with the Athletics & Aquatics Supervisor and fellow employees to achieve the goals and objectives of the City of McHenry Parks & Recreation department.
KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS (SPECIALIZED, TECHNICAL, OR PRACTICAL)
Must be 21 years of age or older
Must be an example of good moral behavior
Must have previous experience and knowledge with a swim team
Basic First Aid and CPR certification current or obtained as soon as possible
Understanding and ability to operate Team Unify, Meet Manager, and Team Manager software
Desire to work with children and parents on a daily basis
HUMAN RELATION SKILLS
Willingness to project the City of McHenry image by personal adherence to all policies
Demonstrate the ability to interpret and administer all policies, established by the City of McHenry Parks & Recreation department, to all employees and volunteers you may come in contact with
Current lifeguard certification, USA swimming certification, and Red Cross Safety Training for Coaches or ability to obtain within first 3 – 6 months of employment
At least 2 years’ experience with a competitive swim team in a volunteer, coach, or participant aspect
Prefer one or more years of college in a related field (i.e. recreation, child development, sports management, physical education, etc.)
DECISION MAKING AND JUDGEMENT
Oversee the direction and development of swim team program and coaching staff
Run the daily operations of swim team meets and practices
Ability to handle and resolve conflicts between coaches, participants, parents, and spectators
Initiate, develop, and maintain positive relationships with program participants and parents
Developing work-outs that are age-appropriate focusing on technique, endurance, stroke development, etc.
Developing a season training plan for the team
Be responsible for maintaining order and discipline within program
Market programs to other departments & community organizations where youth are present
Attend regional and local training to expand swim team knowledge
Create plan for adjusting swim groups and advancement of swimmers
Keep program within budget through program development and participant retention
Be prepared to discuss with a parent any experience a child has during program
Supervise volunteers while they are working, assist other staff, and follow/enforce policies set forth by supervisor
Acts as the liaison between the Parks & Recreation Department, USA Swimming, swim coaches, and parents
Assist in the recruitment and development of the coaching staff and athletes
Work closely with the Athletics & Aquatics Supervisor and Marlins Parent Board in establishing and meeting club goals and objectives
Determines and enters meet line-ups and is present for meets (or identifies lead for meets that is approved by Athletics & Aquatics Supervisor 72 hours prior to meet date)
Assists with developing practice times and assigning coaches to swim groups/levels
Assigns coaches and officials for meets along with helping organize volunteers for meets
Creates, coordinates, and instructs stroke clinics in connection with swim team
Will be at your program area and set up 15 minutes prior to start of scheduled activities
Keep program areas clean, neat, and organized to optimize customer satisfaction
Maintain inventories and report any equipment problems or needs to the Athletics & Aquatics Supervisor
Report any incidents to the Athletics & Aquatics Supervisor and fill out any necessary paperwork within 24 hours of incident
Participate in weekly meetings with Athletics & Aquatics Supervisor
Ability to attend regular scheduled program events and additional meetings as needed
Submit attendance rosters, time sheets, and evaluations to Athletics & Aquatics Supervisor within set deadlines
Update Team Unify website with seasonal information including meet results, line-ups, events, calendar items, swimmer profiles, and parent accounts – Update and track team statistics using Team Manager for records and swimmer personal bests.
Send weekly and monthly communications to parents through Team Unify website and social media resources
Develop meet schedule including ISI meets and Recreation meets for the season.
Maintaining positive relationships with outside coaching staff and outside organizations to build the MMAC swim team in McHenry and surrounding community
Act as liaison for summer youth swim lesson to help recruit swimmers and develop youth lessons to flow into swim team.
Ability to operate Colorado and Dolphin timing systems or learn with first 3-6 weeks.
Maintains order and safety in swimming areas
Assists in enforcing club and pool policies at all times
Keep accurate count of children in program
Accountable for set-up and take-down of equipment for practices, meets, and swim team events
Responsible for delegating duties to staff and overseeing their work performance during the season.
Responsible for selecting, instructing, directing, and supervising the flow of work
PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS
Ability to swim or demonstrate the competitive strokes of front crawl, backstroke, breaststroke, and butterfly
Understanding of competitive swimming terminology and ability to explain to coaches and swimmers
Ability to multi-task and handle high pressure situations in loud environments
Must be motivated and able to implement oral and written instructions
Must be able to communicate respectfully and effectively with supervisor, co-workers, parents, and children ages 6-18
Must be physically able to lift a child (if necessary)
Must be able to lift 50 pounds
Must be able to evaluate situations and make decisions within established policies and standards
Requires frequent lifting and moving of equipment and supplies
Must be able to participate in activities
Knowledge and physical ability to respond in emergency situations
Candidate must be energetic, outgoing, and interested in being a positive role model to young children
Candidate must possess strong oral and interpersonal communication skills
Candidate must possess ability to be flexible and adjust to changing work environment
Candidate must possess creativity, initiative, and willingness to learn and implement new ideas
Candidate must be trained and certified in First Aid and CPR