EAGLES/EDGE is the auxiliary programs of St. John’s Prep in Danvers, MA. St. John’s Prep is an inclusive, Catholic, Xaverian Brothers Sponsored School for young men in grades 6 through 12. Founded on the Xaverian values of compassion, humility, simplicity, trust and zeal, we educate students to be, do and stand for good in the world. We enroll 1,500 students from more than 60 communities.
• Perform primary and secondary lifeguard responsibilities during normal operation hours of the John A. Driscoll ’90 Aquatic Center at St. John’s.
• Maintain the safety of all individuals in and around the pool.
• Open and/or close pool facility. We are especially looking for guards who can work roughly 5:30 am to 8 am during the school year.
• Communicate and enforce all regulations and pool rules in a personable and professional manner.
• Communicate any potentially dangerous elements of the facility.
• Test the water, record, and report imbalances to the supervisor.
• Set up the pool for various activities such as laps, classes, etc.
• Be able to respond to an emergency and contact/activate EMS.
• ARC Lifeguard/CPR/AED/First Aid Certification required. WSI preferred but not required. Minimum one year of lifeguard experience preferred.
• Excellent organizational, team, and communication skills.
• Minimum age of 16 years old.
• Physical ability to perform essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodation.
Location: 1001 E 17th St, Bloomington, IN 47408, USA
The primary role of the individual in this position is to provide administrative and coaching assistance to the head coach. Responsible for promoting the philosophy and objectives of the program within the scope of applicable Indiana University, Big Ten Conference and NCAA regulations.
Bachelor’s degree and one year of coaching experience.
Combinations of education and related experience may be considered.
Possess a valid driver’s license with the ability to be insured by Indiana University.
Knowledge and skill in the sport of swimming. Knowledge of NCAA guidelines.
Strongly prefer the proven status of a power 5 recruiter.
Salary Plan: PAE
Salary Grade: CH
Job Function: Athletic Affairs
This posting is scheduled to close at 11:59pm EST on the advertised Close Date. This posting may be closed at any time at the discretion of the University, but will remain open for a minimum of 5 business days. To guarantee full consideration, please submit your application within 5 business days of the Posted Date.
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Location: 620 S Brainard Ave, La Grange, IL 60525, USA
La Grange Stingrays
La Grange Country Club
Head Swim Coach
Located in La Grange Illinois, La Grange Country Club was founded in 1899 and has become THE family club in the western suburbs of Chicago. The Club is privately owned and has a unique set of amenities that set’s itself apart with a brand-new aquatics center that features a 6 lane 25-meter pool, 2 diving boards and a zero depth children’s pool.
The LGCC swim team is a summer recreational swim team with a long history of success. The Stingrays compete in the oldest country club swim league (CCSL) in the nation and compete against 5 area clubs in the immediate area. We have approximately 200 swimmers ranging in age from 5 – 16 years old. Our season starts the end of May and concludes with the Championship meet the second week of July. LGCC Stingrays will be entering the 2020 season as reigning CCSL Champions.
Our current swim coach has decided to leave after the 2020 season and will provide a unique opportunity for the new coach to learn everything there is to know about our program. A successful candidate will bring passion for the sport of swimming with a desire to teach proper technique to all levels of abilities while providing over the top team spirit in a warm and fun environment.
The head coach is expected to be available for all events including practices Monday through Friday (8:00 am – 11:00 am) as well as all swim meets.
Attend periodic meetings and events as the season approaches with the swim committee, CCSL and Junior Sports Sign Up.
Work closely with Assistant Coach in supervising all swim coaches preparing and executing practices and meets.
Provide stroke technique instruction to all levels of swimmers in a fun and positive environment.
Supervise and ensure safety for all swimmers in and around the pool.
Create lineups and prepare all meet entries following guidelines in CCSL league by-laws.
Maintain swimmers results in Hy-Tek.
Communicate clearly and often with parents regarding swimmers and team matters with a minimum 12-hour response time.
Ensure internal website is updated in a timely manner.
Maintain a positive and supportive attitude toward coaches, swimmers and parents at all times.
Work closely with Pool Manager, Dive Coach and Club General Manager to ensure all practices and meets are well coordinated throughout the season.
Qualifications & Requirements:
Must have strong organizational skills and have the ability to effectively communicate with all ages of swimmers as well as their parents.
Ability to problem solve and act calmly and rationally in all situations
Minimum 2-year experience as a head coach for an organized swim team.
Knowledge in Team Unify and Hy-Tek is a positive
Valid CPR/AED, First Aid Certification.
Must be able to be on the pool deck for several hours during the warm months.
Date Position Available:
Salaried position: $4,000 for the first-year escalating to $6,000 for the second year.
Location: 2000 Pennington Rd, Ewing Township, NJ 08628, USA
The College of New Jersey
Aquatics Coordinator (Part Time)
The College of New Jersey is seeking a part time Aquatics Coordinator. This position resides in the Athletic Department, within the Division of Student Affairs and reports directly to the Assistant Athletic Director for Facilities & Operations.
The Aquatics Coordinator is responsible for lifeguard and student staffing including hiring, training and scheduling lifeguard staff, lifeguard staff and pool safety management, supervision of lifeguard performance and scheduling, recruiting and training student maintenance and timing system staff (Colorado Timing System and Meet Manager). The Aquatics Coordinator also assists with aquatics event management and timing system operations, membership management including membership programs and retention, and general aquatics maintenance. This is a part time position.
The College of New Jersey Athletic Department strives for excellence in providing a nationally competitive athletic and academic experience. We support the well-rounded student-athlete by developing the student-athlete academically, athletically and socially in preparation for life after college. We aim to recruit, advance and graduate student-athletes who are committed to personal growth, character development, serving the greater good of the campus and community, and embracing the ideals of the NCAA Division III Philosophy. The College of New Jersey provides equitable opportunities for men and women to participate in nationally competitive athletic programs under the guidelines of the New Jersey Athletic Conference and the NCAA.
TCNJ is a highly selective institution that has earned national recognition for its commitment to excellence. Founded in 1855, TCNJ has become an exemplar of the best in public higher education and is consistently acknowledged as one of the top comprehensive colleges in the nation. TCNJ currently is ranked as one of the 75 “Most Competitive” schools in the nation by Barron’s Profiles of American Colleges and is rated the No. 1 public institution in the northern region of the country by U.S. News & World Report. TCNJ was named the #10 value in public higher education by the Princeton review in 2009 and, in 2006, was awarded a Phi Beta Kappa chapter – an honor shared by less than 10 percent of colleges and universities nationally. A strong liberal arts core forms the foundation for programs offered through TCNJ’s seven schools – Arts & Communication; Business; Education; Humanities and Social Sciences; Science; Nursing, Health, and Exercise Science; and Engineering. TCNJ faculty members are teacher-scholars who share a commitment to liberal learning. TCNJ is located within an hour, by train, of New York City and Philadelphia. The College’s campus is set on 289 tree-lined acres in suburban Ewing Township and is known for its natural beauty and has 39 major buildings, including the fourth-best college library in the nation, according to the Princeton Review.
• Lifeguard certified | LGI/First Aid/CPR/AED
• CPO Certified
• Certified in CPR, AED and first aid.
• POM – Pool Director Training Certified
• Certifications in Preventing Disease Transmission & Oxygen Administration preferred
• This job involves physical labor.
• Must be able to stand and to be physically active for multiple hours per day.
• Must be able to assist with preparation related to facility and equipment set-up and breakdowns – lifting and moving items as needed.
• Working hours may be irregular and vary, including nights and weekends as needed.
Education and/or Experience
• Bachelor’s Degree required
• 2-3 years aquatic management experience
• Experience with Colorado Timing System & Meet Manager software
Qualified candidates should apply online and submit a letter of interest, resume (CV), as well as the names and contact information for three professional references. Applications will be considered until a viable finalist has been found. Final offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completion of background and reference checks.
To enrich education through diversity, The College of New Jersey is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The College has a strong commitment to achieving diversity among faculty and staff, and strongly encourages women and members of underrepresented groups to apply.
Location: Olympic Way, George Town, Cayman Islands
CAYMAN ISLANDS AQUATIC SPORTS ASSOCIATION
Technical Director – CAYMAN ISLANDS AQUATIC SPORTS ASSOCIATION
Working with the Cayman Islands Aquatic Sports Association (“CIASA“) Board, the Technical Director will play a key role in the development and implementation of the CIASA Strategic Plan, liaising with stakeholders to effectively deliver all aspects of the plan at every level from Learn To Swim through to and including High-Performance Competitive Swimming.
Planning and Implementation
Direct and manage the delivery of the CIASA Strategic Plan, monitor progress and conduct regular reviews.
Where appropriate identify process enhancements and new strategic initiatives for CIASA Board consideration.
Develop implementation plans as well as design and document associated policies, procedures and systems.
Produce budget plans and contribute towards the development of a funding model to capitalise on CIASA funding opportunities and investment sources.
Swimming Development & Water Safety
Work closely with the Cayman Islands Government Department of Sports to develop an exciting, vibrant and sustainable programme of school swimming. Liaise with Head Teachers and Heads of Department in the implementation of a swimming syllabus to ensure every child receives quality swimming instruction. This includes the development of and the teaching of water safety and competition.
Work closely with the Cayman Islands Government Department of Sports to develop an education programme for school swim instructors.
Direct CIASA’s Community Development Programme to ensure opportunities are extended to the wider community with the aim of promoting water safety and increasing engagement in aquatic activities at every level.
Conduct evaluations of Learn To Swim schemes aiming to achieve the CIASA kite mark standard, offer advice and support as required, and provide recommendations to the CIASA board.
Implement and manage the CIASA Awards Scheme recognising water confidence, skills, speed, and distance achievements or to ensure CIASA’s learn-to-swim partners are using their own programme.
Promote the formation of new swimming clubs in outlining areas of the islands and liaise with interested parties to initiate development plans.
Work to introduce new water safety agencies work with current appropriate agencies to raise awareness of water safety through education and training programmes.
Produce qualification standards for international meets and contribute to the national selection of athletes and team staff in conjunction with the CIASA Representative Team Committee, Commonwealth Games Committee, Island Games Committee and National Olympic Committee.
As required by CIASA, as National Team Head Coach and/or National Team Manager, act as National Team Head Coach and/or National Team Manager at international competitions with responsibility for directing and managing the team staff and athletes and creating a team environment conducive to optimum performance.
Liaise with FINA and the international organising committees on logistical arrangements and entries for international events, and assist with the development and organisation of CIASA domestic Open Water and Pool events as well as CARIFTA and Island Games.
Prepare performance analysis reports for benchmark competitions (pre, during and post-meet) for distribution to the coaches, team managers and the CIASA Board.
Direct and manage the National Squad programme with a focus on the development of swimming skills and technique, and ensure the delivery of activities that are designed and tailored specifically to each National Squad level with an eye toward the individual development of each squad member.
Establish a competitive programme for Masters swimming and identify suitable domestic and international racing opportunities for approval by the CIASA Board.
Work closely with Special Olympics Cayman Islands (SOCI) to integrate SOCI swimmers into CIASA Registered Clubs and CIASA Designated Competitions.
Maintain a confidential database of swimmer rankings and CIASA/National swimming records and prepare and distribute record certificates.
Maintain a database of contact information for the Representative Team Members.
Conduct assessments of identified talented swimmers and arrange a suitable programme and opportunities to fulfil their potential.
Provide advice and guidance on off-island academic and swimming opportunities for swimmers seeking to move off-island for educational purposes.
Professional Development, Education & Support
Establish individually tailored Coach Development Plans for club coaches and act as mentor and support for club coaches in all aspects of their specific professional development programme.
Develop and implement a swimming coaching and teaching Apprenticeship scheme to provide work experience, encouragement, mentoring and support to participating individuals including those involved in the Government’s programmes.
Liaise with the Officials Committee to ensure the provision of appropriate education and training opportunities for Technical Officials.
Lead a forum for coaches to discuss technical coaching issues, and establish and manage a Coaches and Teachers Association to offer professional advice and in house seminars and clinics.
Implement an information and advisory service for registered swimmers, parents, coaches, teachers and officials covering all areas of the Swimming Development and Competitive programmes.
Provide advice and guidance to swimming clubs on such matters as principles of training, land conditioning, competition calendars and other related technical matters, and assist with on deck support for clubs when requested and approved by CIASA.
Assist the Board of Directors of CIASA in communicating and implementing CIASA’s Vision, Values and Objectives and overall direction.
Liaise with the CIASA President and CIASA Vice President to ensure that all of CIASA’s obligations to, and enquiries from, the CIOC, Island Games Committee, FINA, UANA, CCCAN and CARIFTA are met in a timely manner.
Liaise with the CIASA Treasurer regarding the preparation of budgets and reconciliation of accounts from competitions.
Liaise with the Chairman of the CIASA Open Water Committee to ensure proper planning, preparation and evaluation occur for each open water swim. Assist the CIASA Open Water Committee by co-ordinating with the Flowers Group in respect of the promotion, development and organisation of the Flowers’ sea swims.
Liaise with the Chairman of the Facilities/50m Pool Committee with respect to the maintenance or improvement of existing swim facilities (as applicable) and the plans for the 50m Pool on Grand Cayman and the 25m Pool on Cayman Brac.
Liaise with the Board of Directors of CIASA and CIASA registered clubs in respect of the promotion of masters’ swimming and the development of other aquatic disciplines in the Cayman Islands.
Liaise with the Chairman of the CIASA Representative Team Committee to ensure that all RTC obligations are met in a timely and appropriate manner. Assist the Chairman to ensure that all National Team members and parents have met their obligations in terms of signing and abiding by the Representative Team Agreement and other specific agreements required for individual CIASA team events.
Liaise with the Chairman of the CIASA Fund Development Committee to ensure that all potential information requested by fund development partners or potential partners is obtained as well as to ensure that all CIASA obligations are met for fund development partners.
Liaise with the Chairman of the CIASA Booster Club to ensure that all obligations and comments are met by CIASA and liaise generally with the Booster Club.
Assist the Board of Directors of CIASA to ensure that all Club Development, club documents, club reports and other obligations are met in a timely manner.
Liaise with the Technical Officials Committee.
Act as Chairman of the CIASA Coaches Committee and conduct meetings with Head Coaches of CIASA registered swim clubs and meetings with all coaches.
Maintain the FINA and UANA entry and games management systems.
Lead or assist in the development and organisation of all FINA schools or clinics for coaches, athletes and/or officials.
Liaise with, or act as the Chairman of any CIASA Committee established from time to time (as applicable).
In conjunction with the CIASA press officer, actively and positively promote all aspects of the CIASA swimming programme via press and media opportunities, and regularly update the CIASA website with news and information items.
Act in an advisory capacity to stakeholders, agencies and interested individuals on all aquatics matters as appropriate.
Attend international competitions, conferences and workshops as requested by the CIASA Board and report back findings and key messages.
Perform any other relevant duties that may be requested from time to time by the CIASA Board.
Experience & Skills
A passion for excellence with a strong desire to excel and evidence of achieving high levels of professionalism, technical delivery and quality standards.
Experience of developing strategies, executing plans, and knowledge of the principles of budgeting and finance.
Proven track record of formulating, implementing and delivering a successful swimming programme catering for swimmers of all levels and abilities.
Experience of coaching national swimmers who have achieved success at international age group and youth level.
Experience of working in collaboration with coaches, athletes and support services in a high-performance environment.
Strong interpersonal skills and experience of operating effectively with a wide range of audiences including swimmers, external stakeholders, coaches, teachers, parents, partner organisations and press and media.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English.
Strong background of experience (and applicable and current formal qualifications) in competitive swim coaching at the national age-group level and higher.
Graduate-level aptitude or Further Education qualification to degree level.
Computer literate with a good knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.
Experience of delivering a Swimming Development programme across multiple clubs and/or organisations.
Experience of coaching swimmers to senior international level with results on the World and Olympic stage.
Knowledge of School Swimming programmes.
Experience in implementing Swimming Award schemes.
Possess current CPR and First Aid certifications.
Salary range starting from US$75,000+ per year, with health and pension benefits.
Location: 114 W Woodschurch Rd, Flemington, NJ 08822, USA
Hunterdon County YMCA
The Hunterdon County YMCA Stingrays swim team is looking for a passionate part time coach to work with us!
The Hunterdon County YMCA Stingrays is a year-round competitive swim team offering high-quality, professional, coaching and technique instruction for ages 6 to 18 years. Our team competes in both YMCA and USA Swim meets. The goal of our team is to provide every member an opportunity to improve swimming skills and achieve success at his or her level of ability from the novice swimmer and beyond while instilling the YMCA core values.
Under the direction of the Director of Competitive Aquatics and upper level Swim Team Coaches, the Swim Team Coach will facilitate, develop, promote and reinforce technique standards with designated coaching groups. Come join a team that thrives on love of aquatics, teamwork, and community!
Please note that this part time position does require an individual to work evening and weekend hours.
Position: Part-Time Age Group Coach/Senior Develpment
Location: Temecula, CA
Temecula Swim Club (TMEC), a sanctioned USA swim team, is seeking qualified, dedicated and experienced Age Group/ Senior Dev swim coach who will primarily work with young athletes ages 5 to 17 years old. The position entails five afternoon practices per week (Monday-Friday) plus one swim meet per month. Qualifications should include (USA Swimming) Club competitive swimming experience, professional decorum, excellent reliability, strong customer service skills, and a genuine interest in working with kids of all ages and skill levels. Applicant should have a thorough knowledge of technical skills, teaching methodology and swimming rules. College level swimming experience is a plus. This is a year round, part time position with HUGE potential to develop and grow your team.
Alto Swim Club is seeking multiple part-time assistant coaches to coach competitive groups and/or developmental groups.
Alto Swim Club 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.
Coaching positions include between 2 – 20 hours of on deck coaching, depending on groups and availability. Coaching hours are typically between 3 – 8 pm on weekdays. Additional coaching and administrative responsibilities may be available for candidates who are interested.
Coaching and/or competitive swimming experience at the club or collegiate level.
Current USA Swimming coach certifications.
Desire & passion for developing swimmers of all ages.
Enthusiastic and highly motivated team player.
Alto Swim Club offers competitive compensation based on qualifications.
Join our WAVE Swim Team as the Assistant Head Coach and help youth build confidence, form friendships, achieve goals, and more! This position will report to the WAVE Head Coach and will be part of a team of Y Directors dedicated to strengthening our community. Some key responsibilities of this position will be to manage the team website, lead our Novice and Junior group practices, and supervise the Assistant Coaches in these groups. Additional responsibilities include recruiting new swimmers, working with the Head Coach to organize the season practice and meet schedules, and assisting with the organization of the team Annual Banquet and our four home swim meets. Evening and weekend availability is required in order to coach practices and support our athletes at swim meets. Key qualifications include two years of coaching experience in competitive swimming, two years of teaching swim lessons or lifeguarding classes, YMCA experience preferred, Team Unify or other team website management experience is a plus, CPR/AED/First Aid & Lifeguard Certification, Safety Training for Swim Coaches Certification, Microsoft Office, Google Applications is a plus, and the ability to lift up to 70 lbs. For more information on the WAVE swim team go to https://www.laxymca.org/wave/.
Alto Swim Club is seeking a full-time Age Group Coach.
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.
The Age Group Coach will lead coach groups between 3:30-7:30 pm. The coach will be responsible for season and daily planning, and will have additional team administrative responsibilities. This coach will attend 1- 2 weekend meets per month.
Coaching and/or competitive swimming experience at the club or collegiate level.
Current USA Swimming coach certifications.
Desire & passion for developing swimmers of all ages.
Strong communication, organizational, and administrative skills.
Expertise with current technique development and training.
Enthusiastic and highly motivated team player.
Alto Swim Club offers competitive compensation based on qualifications, including benefits for full-time positions.
Location: 4455 148th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA 98007, USA
PRO Sports Club
PRO Swimming is looking for an experienced and accomplished career coach to be a Lead Pre-Senior coach, and develop our oldest and most competitive Age Group Swimmers.
As the Lead Pre-Senior coach, you will work hand-in-hand with the Head Coach to turn highly successful age group swimmers into Senior-level athletes. The successful candidate must be passionate about the sport of swimming, be innovative, and have a clear understanding of what makes Senior-level swimmers successful. He/she must be a team player; possess a high degree of emotional maturity; have the ability to teach and motivate young people; and foster strong communication with parents and PRO Club leadership.
PRO Swimming has approximately 280 swimmers that range vastly in their swimming goals from recreational swimmers to National Qualifiers and National Top-10 Age Groupers. We are located at the PRO Club/Medical main branch in Bellevue.
The position is flexible beyond running the Pre- Senior group including coaching additional groups on our Team. PRO Club Aquatics Department offers many programs, including a lesson program that supports approximately 1,850 children per session learning to swim from Baby Aquatics through Pre-Comp group lessons. Ability to be full time possible. Additional income opportunities are also available in a wide variety of other administrational departments in our club that boasts over 1000 employees.
Our ideal candidate will have the following attributes:
Must be a registered USA Swimming coach in good standing
Collegiate swimming experience preferred
3 or more years of coaching
Proficient in: Team Unify, Meet Manager, MS Office (including Excel, Outlook, etc.)
Good planning and organizational skills
Confident, energetic and motivational leader with bias for action
Attend all scheduled meets (approximately 48 hours per month)
Skilled in training/coaching swimmers of all ability levels
Positive and effective communicator
Ability to successfully cooperate with swimmers, parents, and colleagues
Ability to work independently in collaboration with a Head Coach
Ability and desire to work with parents as a part of swimmer development
Good working knowledge of physiology
Experience teaching great technique, open-minded to learn new innovations
Knowledge of age group dryland principles
Experience developing & maintaining a team’s social media presence
Seeking an experienced professional for a full-time position as Head Men’s and Women’s Swimming Coach/Aquatics Director. Dickinson is an undergraduate liberal arts college, which enrolls approximately 2300 residential students. The College is seeking a dynamic and innovative individual who has strong administrative, collaborative and a student focused background to serve in this position. This is a full-time, 12-month administrative position reporting to the Director of Athletics. Successful candidates will have the communication skills necessary to create an inclusive environment which maximizes their effectiveness with diverse groups of students, colleagues and community members. Responsibilities involve the leadership, organization, administration and supervision of all aspects of the Division III Men’s and Women’s Swimming program, and the Director of Aquatics.
Educate and develop student-athletes to prepare them for success within the swimming program, classroom, and community. Plan and implement valuable learning experiences where student-athletes are challenged to excel both in the classroom and within their respective
Prepare individual student-athletes to have success by implementing a comprehensive strategy for scheduling and organizing practices and Provide coaching during practice sessions as well as during competition. Conducting teambuilding activities to create a cohesive environment.
Demonstrate a high level of involvement in the personal, academic development and health and welfare of the student-athletes.
Recruit and retain highly qualified student-athletes to Dickinson with a commitment to excellence in academic and athletic Contact with recruits through attending camps, showcases, meets, practices, etc. Initiate and maintain communication with prospective recruits through letters, email, social media, telephone calls, home visits and hosting/coordinating on- campus visits based on NCAA compliance standards and regulations.
Management of operational/administrative functions, and the oversight of the fiscal/budgetary components for the men’s and women’s swimming
Support the office of Advancement with fundraising efforts and alumni activities.
Work to foster a positive relationship with alumni and parents to maintain a strong connection with the college.
Work cooperatively with department offices, including marketing and communications, athletic training and equipment staffs in the promotion and operation of the intercollegiate swimming program.
Hiring and supervision of qualified assistant coaches.
Oversee the maintenance and operation of the swimming pool, including hiring and supervision of student lifeguard staff throughout the year.
Work closely with the College’s maintenance and housekeeping staff to ensure proper and efficient operation of the facility.
3-5 Years work experience
The college is committed to building a representative and diverse faculty, administrative staff, and student body. We encourage application from all qualified persons.
To submit application, please visit Dickinson College at https://job.dickinson.edu
UWCSEA East Dragons Swim Team seeks an experienced and forward thinking swim coach from August 2020. As Assistant and Development Coach, this person should display initiative and confidence, particularly when leading the Junior Squad and Age Group programmes. The candidate will also be confident coaching at Senior and National Level with an appreciation of scientific coaching principles. The appropriate person should be dynamic and able to adapt to our everchanging and growing swim programme.
Assist teachers with PE swimming classes, both learn-to-swim and stroke development.
Assist the Head Coach with the senior/high school swimmers and Senior/ National Squads when necessary
Lead and or coach within the Development Squad Programme.
Coach a squad(s) for the College SwimTeam and be willing to coach between 2 – 6 weeks during school holiday.
Complete Swim Meet entries, attend and coach at meets in which Swim Team is competing and plan session and track athletes’ performance.
Ensure the pool area is safe, secure and presentable at all times. Responsible for pool monitoring equipment maintenance, storage and pool facility upkeep. Maintain necessary administrative log records and arrange setup and clearing of equipment for swim classes and swim events
Level 2 Coach or UKCC Level 2 certified or International equivalent
Qualified swim coach with minimum 2 years of experience coaching
Certified First Aider
Computer literate and familiar with gmail and google platforms
Preference for familiarity with Full Solution ACTIVE HyTek’ Swim Software: Team Manager and Meet Manager
Confident in using social media, responsibly and within safeguarding guidelines, as a tool to promote learning
Able to work with children of different age groups
A team player with good interpersonal skills and ability to multitask and work independently
Confidently communicate with international school parents and staff. This will include regular public speaking, daily email communication and an understanding of the international school environment.
The Race Club is seeking an ambitious, full-time swimming coach for its San Diego location. The focus of our coaching is on swimming technique for camps, private instruction and on-line coaching, using a science-based and technology approach. Must be capable of performing multiple functions, including computer skills, analysis, social media, and leadership.
The Race Club’s Primary Focus is on Swimming Technique and the Technical aspects of swimming. This non-traditional coaching position emphasizes teaching and the science of swimming where the coaching staff is expected to have or develop technical expertise and be on the cutting edge in the sport. This is a great opportunity to take your coaching career to the next level by learning from world-renowned coaches and world-class athletes while applying proven fundamental progressions to a diverse population of swimmers.
Our Coaches must have a passion for swimming, curiosity and a likeable personality with the ability to communicate positively and effectively with others. Swimming experience and success counts, however, all experience levels of coaches will be considered. Applicants should have talents, skills, experience and/or education outside the sport that effectively demonstrate intellect and capacity to learn. Specific skills in computer science, social media, technology, graphic arts, marketing and business administration are particularly valuable.
Benefits. Every day on the pool deck as a Race Club Coach is a step into the lab to learn at the highest level in the sport, develop and practice your coaching skills, both technical and interactive. Off of the deck, you will have the ability to contribute to building the preeminent swimming organization in the world. Opportunities for significant additional income, international exposure, and growth in a dynamic leader in the sport will be available for the best members of our staff. We are also a leader in swimming social media and online delivery of services, making a coaching position with the Race Club one of the most technologically innovative opportunities for coaches in the sport.
Join the Family. If you, or someone you know, is interested in this unique opportunity of coaching/teaching positions, please contact us. Email your resume to [email protected].