Date posted: June 2, 2022
Location: 775 Talamini Road, Bridgewater Township, NJ, USA
with JCC Bridgewater Tide
Head Age Group Coach Needed
Work Days: Sunday – Thursday
Immediate Opening: The JCC Bridgewater Tide (BWTD), located in Bridgewater, NJ, is seeking a Head Age Group Coach to grow and develop the base of our program so these swimmers develop into successful athletes once they reach the senior level. In coordination with the Head Coach, the Head Age Group Coach will take BWTD to new levels of success. The Head Age Group Coach will work Sundays through Thursdays.
- Designing season plans in coordination with the Head Coach
- Assisting the Head Coach with team admin
- Writing practices for Senior, Gold 1, and Gold 2 groups, and leading practices when available
- Assisting with other practice groups as needed
- Running the Summer League swim team, including working meets and creating meet lineups
- Availability to work USA Swim Meets on weekends
- Working with the Head Coach to recruit new swimmers and schedule tryouts
- Being the professional staff on duty on Sundays
- Assisting with Summer Swim Club on Sundays, as well as some weekdays and holidays
- Ensuring proper maintenance and cleanliness of pools
- Lifeguarding some hours during the week
- Supporting the mission of the JCC, and assist in JCC events throughout the year
- Coaching membership in good standing with USA Swimming
- ASCA Level 2 or similar coaching experience
- Knowledge of TeamUnify and Microsoft Office
- Strong communication and organization skills
- Willingness to maintain working knowledge of current swimming techniques and training methods
- Ability to create a positive, inclusive environment where all swimmers are inspired to improve and succeed
- Willingness to obtain up-to-date USA Swimming and Lifeguarding certifications within 60 days of being hired
Salary is commensurate with experience, and will range from $40,000-$45,000. Full-time benefits include subsidized health insurance, access to a dental plan, 401k, paid time off, and payment for USA and ASCA membership. We also provide opportunities for professional development, such as payment for ASCA courses.
Date posted: June 2, 2022
Location: Woodstock, GA, USA
with Chattahoochee Gold Swim Club
Chattahoochee Gold is a coach owned top 25 VCC team located in the north suburbs of Atlanta GA. We have 3 sites and roughly 700 swimmers on the team of all levels up to Olympic Trials. We are looking to hire at least one full time staff member to join the Gold Family.
An ideal candidate would have 3 plus years coaching experience and be comfortable with Age Group or Senior swimmers. It is important that the candidate be a self-starter that has solid understanding of technique and energy systems, but must be willing to learn.
Gold offers great pay and benefits including:
401k with corp match
Paid Educational opportunities
Admin Support Team
Salary will vary based on experience level but will likely be in the range of 40-50k
Date posted: June 1, 2022
Location: Atascocita, TX, USA
with Eagle Swimming Association
Head Age Group (5-14 yr olds) Competitive Salary
Mainly Age Group 3 & Jr Prep groups commensurate with experience
(9-12/14-year-olds – A swimmers & above)
- ASCA Level III or above.
- Must have (or obtain prior to being on deck) certifications in Adult & Pediatric/Child CPR and AED, as well as Safety Training for Swim Coaches (STSC).
- Must be able to pass a background check
- Minimum 3-5 yrs. coaching experience preferred
- Passionate about swimming & teaching & developing age-group athletes.
- Knowledge of competitive swimming and all swimming strokes (Backstroke, Breaststroke, Butterfly, Freestyle)
- Must possess/be able to demonstrate:
- leadership skills,
- Decision-making ability (in the interest of athletes & organization),
- Timely & professional communication (written & verbal) with coaches, parents, and swimmers,
- & be willing to follow directives from the Head Coach & board.
- Must possess good problem-solving skills and have the capability to act rationally and calmly in all situations.
- Ability to work with and maintain professional relationships with staff & high school coaches.
- Must have a working knowledge of Team Unify & Hytek.
- Responsible management of team funds.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Responsible for developing our Age Group program swimmers (ages 5-14) to be ready to compete at the Jr & Sr Levels.
- Develop and maintain a season plan for the Age Group Program that shows increased knowledge of the progression of our age group program and develops innovative techniques that show success and improvement. (This includes yardage and technique goals as well as how the group is being differentiated).
- Responsible for writing a monthly report on the prior month’s success, needs for improvement, and goals for the next month.
- Work collaboratively with the head coach to develop and follow through on program goals to enhance a club that is consistently trying to meet its mission/vision while always trying to innovate.
- Assist Head coach as needed.
- Supervise swimmers in the pool area at all times.
- Responsible for helping maintain a safe atmosphere by adhering to all USA swimming rules and regulations and providing positive and constructive feedback to our swimmers and parents.
- Must show an ability to work with and communicate well with all age group parents and athletes.
- Greet, acknowledge, and interact with members at all times.
- Create an educational, safe, and inviting experience for all participants.
- Initiate, develop, and maintain positive relationships with all participants
- Provide a safe, clean, and organized pool area
- In charge of:
- Aiding head coach with setting calendar – practice & meet schedules
- Aiding head coach with staffing and staff schedules
- Staff mentoring & development (including professional development)
- Aiding head coach with team/organization planning & development (including help starting & staffing a learn to swim program)
- Meet entries for age groups swimmers
- Aid in the management of age group travel.
- Maintain team practice and master calendars and report the monthly calendar to our school district (rental) liaison.
- Run monthly meetings with age group coaches
- Vacation – two weeks in August and one in March built-in as well as one during either Thanksgiving or Holiday Break (concurrent with school breaks), or upon request and approval.
Date posted: June 1, 2022
Location: 155 Etra Road, Hightstown, NJ, USA
with Peddie Aquatic Center
The Peddie School is seeking a dynamic, inspiring Junior Program Director to help support our nationally-renowned swim team and continue its success. The Peddie Aquatic Association has a legacy of success by consistently placing among the top teams at Sectionals, Junior Nationals, the U.S. Open, and US Nationals. In 2021 PAA was recognized by ASCA as a Top-100 Age Group Team. Peddie has produced a number of athletes that have represented the United States at various international competitions, including the Olympics. Peddie Aquatics is a multi-tiered program consisting of a swim school all the way to pre-competitive and competitive teams. The Peddie Aquatic Association calls The Peddie School Natatorium home, located in Hightstown, NJ just 10 miles from Princeton, and 30 miles from the New Jersey coast.
- Daily coaching responsibilities will include the direction of the Junior Performance practice group, which features our top-level age group athletes. The group is made up of competitive swimmers ages 11 to 14.
- Will assist with evaluating swimmers’ techniques, developing swim programs, and overseeing daily training, while recruiting new team members & preparing for swim meets.
- Develop, promote and manage the competitive swim team in an efficient and fun manner consistent with the Peddie Aquatic Association standards.
- Train and evaluate qualified coaches to effectively operate all levels of the Junior Program.
- Develop and implement seasonal and long-term plans for the progression of our age group program and develop innovative techniques that demonstrate success and improvement.
- Maintains safety at all times during practices, swim meets, or other team functions. Acquire and maintain necessary certification as established by USA Swimming.
- Work to create and implement an age-appropriate strength and dryland program to facilitate athletic development and smooth transition between groups.
- Assist in overseeing the Peddie Swim school, with awareness to help bridge swimmers into the age group program.
- Develop and implement team and individual goals with the swimmers and Head Age Group Coaches, and monitor the progression of the athletes and team in reaching these goals.
- Work with the Head Coach and the rest of the staff to ensure the club’s mission, vision and values are achieved.
- Demonstrate a cooperative, prompt, and respectful communication style with swimmers, parents, community members, and members of the staff.
- Maintain and update website information regarding practice schedules, meet entries, news, etc.
- Create meet entry files and submit entries to meet coordinators.
- Maintain a professional standard of safety, appearance, and readiness.
- Bachelor’s degree in physical education or related field preferred.
- Must be CPR/AED certified (lifeguard certified preferred) and maintain current USA coaching certifications.
- Competitive swimming experience, knowledge of competitive swimming, or previous coaching experience is required.
- Experience in personnel supervision, recruitment, training, and development of staff and volunteers.
- The ability to establish and maintain harmonious relationships with staff, volunteers, members, parents, and the general public is essential.
- Good organizational and written/oral skills are necessary.
Date posted: June 1, 2022
Location: 639 Howard Rd, West Point, NY, USA
with Army West Point Athletic Association
The Assistant Coach is responsible for supporting the Head Coach by coaching Cadet-Athletes, recruiting highly qualified potential Cadet-Athletes, overseeing team travel, monitoring the academic progress and overall well-being of Cadet-Athletes in his/her primary group, and inspire cadet leaders of character through an extraordinary Division 1 athletic experience.
Date posted: June 1, 2022
Location: 285 Madison Ave, Madison, NJ, USA
with ARETE Swim Camp Inc
The ARETE Swim Camp seeks one good coach/counselor that loves swimmers and swimming, and is willing to work five long days to give our swimmers a great experience. Our 24th year of camp will be conducted Sunday June 26 to Thursday June 30 at Fairleigh Dickinson University, Madison, New Jersey. A three hour training period is also required which can be conducted by Zoom if necessary.
Three-time USA National Team Coach, and soon to be American Swimming Coaches Association Hall of Fame Coach Chuck Warner, is the camp founder, director and works with the camp and staff every day. We offer a daily curriculum of experiential games, technical development and fun to help each of our campers stive for their greatest potential.
This unique blend of inner and outer development of the campers has caused some to call the ARETE Swim Camp, “the best swim camp in the world.”
Our four core points of focus of the camp are:
- Immediate Skill Improvement
- Self-image Development
- Wow!! Experiences
Coach/counselor responsibilities Include but are not limited to:
- 24 hours supervision for a group of about twelve campers.
- Two ninety-minute swim sessions that you will assist in instruction
- Help w/video recording and analyzing with your group.
- Assisting with Inner Engineering.
- Coordinating planned activities for campers during unscheduled time.
- Attendance and monitoring at lectures and other scheduled camp activities
- Registration and checkout beginning 6/26/22 at 11 am, ending 6/30/22 at 5 pm.
- Staff training module 6/24/22 10 am-1 pm or by Zoom (an alternative time can be arranged).
- Other duties as assigned by camp director
Compensation: $500-800 stipend, room, board, shirts, plus time with a terrific staff and eager group of swimmers.
Date posted: May 31, 2022
Location: Bridgewater, NJ, USA
with Greater Somerset County YMCA
Greater Somerset County YMCA (GSCY) is a local nonprofit committed to strengthening community by connecting all people to their potential, purpose and each other. At GSCY, we focus on empowering young people, improving health and well-being, and inspiring action in and across communities. By bringing together people from different backgrounds, perspectives and generations, we ensure that we all have access to the opportunities, relationships and resources necessary to learn, grow and thrive.
To learn more about GSCY, visit our website: http://gscymca.org
- Coaches team of 250 swimmers ages 7-18 years
- Motivates and develops individual team members
- Assists in year-round competitions in both YMCA and USA sanctioned swimming events
- Effectively communicates team information to Swim Team and parents
- Must have personal competitive aquatics experience, preferable at collegiate level.
- Must possess ASCA level 1 or higher.
- Must have ARC Swim Coach Safety Training, CPR/AED and First Aid certifications.
- Lifeguard certified preferred.
Benefits of working part-time at GSCY include:
- FREE Individual Membership Access to any YMCA in the Nation.
- 10% Discount on most programming at Greater Somerset County YMCA.
- Access to one of the leading retirement programs “Y Retirement Fund” from the first day of employment.
- Opportunities for professional development, mentoring, growth, and promotion throughout the YMCA Movement.
- Supportive and inclusive community for people of all backgrounds and access to Employee Resource Networks.
Greater Somerset County YMCA is a drug free work environment. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information who share our values of Caring, Honesty, Respect and Responsibility.
Date posted: May 30, 2022
Location: 2650 Waldemere Street, Sarasota, FL, USA
with Sarasota Tsunami Swim Team
Two coaching opportunities with the #1 age group team on the Florida Gulf Coast. Both are strong part time positions. One is at our Sarasota site, coaching both age group and masters for more hours. Both early morning and early evening hours options.
Second is a position working with Junior and Senior level swimmers at our Manatee site. After school hours to early evening.
Both positions are 6 days per week plus meets approximately once a month. 20 – 25 hours per week.
Date posted: May 30, 2022
Location: Naperville, IL, USA
with Fox Valley Swim Team
Job Posting: Associate Head Coach
Application Deadline: June 15, 2022
Anticipated Start Date: August 15, 2022
Applications will be reviewed as submitted
Fox Valley Swim Team (“FOX”), located in Naperville, Illinois, seeks a full-time Associate Head Coach. More information on FOX can be found on our team website, www.foxswimteam.com.
FOX is a competitive club swim team serving approximately 360 swimmers ages six through college. FOX is recognized as one of the highest performing swim teams in Illinois and the Midwest, having had US Olympic Trials qualifiers, Senior and Junior National swimmers, and age group champions in our 25 year history. FOX was recognized as a USA Swimming Silver Medal Club in 2021 and currently ranks top 100 nationally in the Virtual Club Championships. Our mission is to fully develop each individual’s ability to realize his/her goals through quality year-round training while developing well-rounded student athletes, encouraging team spirit and sportsmanship, and fostering a life-long love for the sport of swimming.
FOX trains at the Neuqua Valley and Waubonsie Valley High Schools, as well as the Naperville Fry Family YMCA. FOX hosts several meets each year and will host the 2023 Illinois Swimming SCY Age Group Championships in March.
FOX is a 501C4 non-profit overseen by an elected board of directors. The associate head coach is supported by the head coach, a team administrator, lead age group coaches, assistant coaches from developmental through elite senior levels, and parent volunteers.
Naperville is located roughly 35 miles west of Chicago with approximately 148,000 residents and is recognized nationally and internationally as a top community in which to live. In 2021, Niche.com ranked Naperville as the best city in America to raise a family and 3rd best city in America to live.
The Associate Head Coach will work with and under the direction of the Head Coach.
- Work with the Head Coach to lead our team’s mission to fully develop each individual’s ability to realize his/her goals through quality year-round training, while developing well-rounded student athletes, encouraging team spirit and sportsmanship, and fostering a life-long passion for the sport of swimming.
- Maintain and increase overall club participation, and consistently qualify swimmers at the highest levels of competition.
- Ensure full compliance with all USA Swimming policies.
- Foster a culture of team unity and strength among parents, swimmers and staff.
- Act at all times with integrity and as a positive representative of FOX to the membership and the community at large.
On-deck Coaching Responsibilities (~15-20 hours/week):
- Serve as lead coach for assigned age group(s). The successful candidate may serve in either a “traditional” head age group or head senior coach capacity, based on experience.
- Develop season and practice plans for lead group(s)
- Attend any meet sessions and team events as assigned
- Assist during fall and spring team tryouts
- Train, develop and mentor Lead and Assistant coaches to ensure a reliable, cohesive and positive environment with an emphasis on teamwork and personal growth
Administrative Responsibilities (~15-20 hours/week)
- Work with Head Coach to create full season training plans for stroke technique progression, dryland progression, training progression and taper strategies for all levels and effectively communicate to swimmers and coaches
- Assist Head Coach with staff scheduling and recruiting, as required to ensure continuity and coaching quality
- Assist Head Coach in developing and implementing growth strategies
- Provide a stable, professional, and positive environment for all FOX athletes.
- Develop annual and quadrennial plans with the Head Coach.
- Work with head coach to develop in-house coach, athlete and parent education opportunities
- Effective communication with parents and swimmers of objectives and goals for athletes.
- Become an active member of Illinois Swimming LSC leadership through participation on LSC committees.
- Member in good standing of USA Swimming and current on all certifications
- Outstanding leadership and motivational skills with a strong sense of personal integrity
- A passion for the sport and thorough mastery of swim stroke mechanics and current coaching techniques
- Experience using TeamUnify, Team Manager and Meet Manager
- Excellent communication and organizational skills
- Good collaborator with ability to delegate efficiently
- 5+ years of coaching experience, with at least 2 years as a lead coach
- Experience hosting large meets, including prelim/final meets
Benefits: FOX provides an additional $5000 annual stipend to cover healthcare costs to all full time employees. Coaches also have the opportunity to teach private lessons through FOX to create additional income.
Date posted: May 28, 2022
Location: Arundel Olympic Swim Center, Riva Road, Annapolis, MD, USA
with Annapolis Swim Club
Annapolis Swim Club is seeking part-time coaches to assist with our Age Group and Senior Level training groups. Coaches should have 1-2 years of previous competitive coaching experience, and/or past competitive high school or collegiate swimming experience. Coaches will be expected to lead or assist practices between 2-4 days per week, attend swim meets once per month, and complete all USA Swimming Certification Requirements prior to starting. ASC is looking for enthusiastic and energetic coaches to help teach and inspire our athletes, and build to the great foundation of our current coaching staff.
Date posted: May 27, 2022
Location: 1400 E Touhy Ave, Des Plaines, IL, USA
with Illinois Swimming
Illinois Swimming, Inc. is one of 59 Local Swim Committees (LSC) organized under USA Swimming, the National Governing Body for competitive swimming in the United States. We are chartered to advance the aims of USA Swimming in our geographic boundaries and administer competitive swimming through the furtherance of our mission:
To promote and achieve excellence in performance through education, innovation, service and committed leadership. Illinois Swimming is committed to providing a safe and supportive environment for all participants. To do so we have athlete protection policies and guidelines in place.
The Performance Director is a new position to the organization, which will report to the Board of Directors, through the direct supervision of the General Chair. Their primary roles will be to manage the affairs of the organization, be its emissary both within and outside of the swimming community, expand its membership, and aid in athlete and club success.
The Board seeks an individual with both athletic and business sense. The candidate who is selected will demonstrate understanding of swimming in all its facets, have a passion for promoting the sport to diverse groups, have a grasp of the process for creating elite athletes, and be dedicated to the advancement of our organization and its members. We are looking for a confident and enthusiastic individual willing to partner with our Board and committees to maximize the potential of the LSC, its athletes and its member clubs. The Board envisions that the ideal candidate will grow with us, and that there is potential for personal and professional advancement in the role. We seek a person with a high level of initiative, strong planning, organizational, and time management skills and the capability to understand the business needs and governance oversight of a non-profit USA Swimming organization.
Internal Development and Strategy Implementation:
The Performance Director shall:
- Be a liaison between LSC committees, membership, and the Board of Directors, and will take part in Board meetings and take part in strategic planning. The ideal candidate will be able to add original ideas to the organization’s strategic planning and ensure the sharing of best practices between USA Swimming and members, and among members themselves.
- Act as the primary driver of ISI’s strategic initiatives to increase competitive success of athletes, expand membership, and provide programming and educational opportunities to both athlete and non-athlete members.
- Chair ISI’s Performance Committee and function as liaison to the technical committees (Age Group, Senior, Coaches, Open Water, and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI).
- Maintain performance metrics to measure the success of the strategic initiatives.
- Create programming for member clubs staff development, including programs to recognize top-performing coaches and clubs and opportunities to improve club organizational effectiveness and “build the base.”
- Aid clubs in program implementation as well as club efficiency, parent education and volunteer involvement.
- Interface with USA Swimming staff and committees to ensure a prompt and complete flow of information and ideas related to the development of clubs, coaches, and athletes to our members.
- Provide organizational continuity in the planning and implementation of strategy.
- Attend BOD and House of Delegate meetings.
- Participate in budget process.
- Work with the Governance Committee to conduct orientation and onboarding of BOD members.
The Performance Director will:
- Be involved in the planning and execution of:
- Championship Meets
- Athlete Recognition Banquet
- Meetings and symposiums
- Attend all major Illinois Swimming events.
The Performance Director will:
- Act as liaison as needed with other governing bodies including NFHS, IHSA, NCAA, and YMCA.
- Promote member opportunities at the Zone and National level.
- Aid in the identification and cultivation of sponsors and other partners to advance the organization.
- Extend hospitality to guests of the organization.
Other Important Skills and Qualifications
- An ability to engage in a friendly manner in the exchange of ideas, an openness to new ideas and a willingness to take direction from the BOD; able to build consensus between parties.
- A willing partner to elected and non-elected volunteers, and an ability to collaborate with others in the execution of policy, programming and the implementation of our goals and mission.
- Timely and effective communication with stakeholders.
- Understanding and observance of the organization’s Bylaws, Rules and Policy and Procedures as established by the House of Delegates and Board of Directors.
- Non-Athlete member of USA Swimming, or the ability to obtain that membership prior to commencement of position; continued ability to maintain that membership. Knowledge of USA Swimming and its rules and structure.
- Compliance with all current requirements and recommendations of USA Swimming on new hires, and willingness to meet all such expectations.
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university. Master’s degree or equivalent work experience preferred.
- Seven years’ experience in coaching in YMCA or USA Swimming setting, showing development of athletes with a preference to having developed national level athletes.
- Verbal and written skills sufficient to communicate effectively with athletes, coaches, volunteers, staff, and members.
- Proven ability to develop positive professional relationships, work in a collaborative environment and build effective relationships both within and without an organization.
- Computer skills including proficiency in MS Office suite and email. Preference for those who can effectively use Team Unify, QuickBooks, SWIMS database, and social media.
- Willing to work weekends and evenings as needed to succeed in position.
- Ability to travel to events and to interact with members and clubs to build relationships as needed to further the mission of the organization.
- History of increased responsibility and achievement in prior employment.
- A demonstrated personal commitment to advancing the sport of swimming at all levels.
About the Position:
- Our office staff works in a hybrid environment, remotely and onsite as needed. Reliable high-speed internet at residence is needed. The remote work expectation includes full-time availability and work in the appropriate hours to succeed in the position.
- The Performance Director should be able to travel to the office, usually one or two days a week, and throughout the geography of our organization as needed.
- Compensation will be commensurate with experience with benefits including a health insurance stipend, matching retirement contribution plan and paid vacation.
Date posted: May 27, 2022
Location: 1849 Southwest Salmon Street, Portland, OR, USA
with Multnomah Athletic Club
The Multnomah Athletic Club has a rich story of excellence in Portland, and its 130-year history makes it a cornerstone organization of the city. The club is owned and governed by a membership of 22,000 and operated by staff in a beautiful downtown clubhouse with 600,000 square feet of athletic and social spaces. MAC’s mission is to enrich lives, foster friendships, and build upon traditions of excellence in athletic, wellness, and social programs. The staff team embodies this mission and looks for ways to partner with members and work collaboratively to bring it to life.
Eagerly and enthusiastically leads the successful organization, implementation and supervision of the MAC Swim School & Lifeguard programs, their staff and aquatic facilities.
- Lead staff and swimmers to excellence in programming, skill development and water safety
- Provide excellent customer service on a daily basis
- Keep up on personal professional advancement
- Communicate with members as needed, via email, phone, in person meetings, etc.
- Develop and regularly use motivational tools for staff and swimmers
- Lead coordinators, lifeguard and swim school staff toward excellence in safety, programming and member service
- Continually enhance program curriculum, teaching methods and keep all staff trained on the latest proven techniques and aquatic industry trends
- Reach out in the community to promote drowning prevention and water safety
Essential Job Functions
- Hires, supervises, coaches, motivates, develops and trains all swim school and lifeguard staff. Will step into “on deck” roles as needed.
- Oversees and monitors the performance of instructional and lifeguard staff and coordinators on a daily basis
- Responsible for certifying all instructors and lifeguards in accordance with American Red Cross and Swim America standards
- Responsible for processing payroll for hourly aquatics staff
- Works with the ASCA and Swim America National Offices to certify instructors in the Swim America system and to ensure that instructors receive their correct experience cards
- Communicates pool schedule and changes to members and aquatic staff
- Conducts performance appraisals and reviews for hourly aquatic staff
- Continuously recruits and interviews aquatic staff candidates
- Assists in the development of the swim school and lifeguard budgets and operates within each
- Develops and assigns work schedules for coordinators, lifeguards and swim instructors in order to ensure complete coverage of pools and programs
- Conducts staff in-service trainings on a regular basis
- Submits maintenance work orders as needed
- Attends weekly meetings with the Aquatics Manager and other meetings as assigned
- Promotes member participation in aquatics programs
- Manages medical emergencies as they arise and notifies the Aquatics Manager as needed
- Makes recommendations to the Aquatics Manager as to facility, equipment, supplies, procedural improvement and modifications as necessary
- Maintains effective and open communications with subordinates and supervisors
- Complies with all Club safety policies and procedures demonstrating safe work practices. Identifies and reports unsafe or hazardous work conditions. Reports all workplace injuries and illnesses to supervisor
- Promotes the MAC code of conduct in club activities and demonstrates the importance of providing quality service to members
- Plans, coordinates and leads the night of annual water safety event
- Maintains regular and predictable attendance but remains flexible due to the needs of the department
- Works directly with HR Training Coordinator to provide club-wide CPR, First Aid and Blood Born Pathogen Trainings.
- Performs other tasks as assigned by supervisor
- Participates in all club-related training classes
Essential Tools, Equipment, Vehicles, and/or Machinery
Essential job functions require the use of a telephone, computer, copy machine, mechanical lifts to move stairs and bulkhead, and other equipment associated with lifeguarding. Must demonstrate the ability to differentiate shades of color as it relates to water chemistry testing.
Physical Requirements & Working Conditions
- Must be able and willing to work long hours including mornings, evenings, weekends and holidays.
- Essential job functions require walking, sitting, pulling, pushing, swimming, and the ability to rescue and lift swimmers out of the pool.
- Current Lifeguard, CPR-PR and First Aid certifications.
- Three years lifeguard and swim instruction experience.
- Prior supervisory or lead worker experience required.
- Bachelor’s degree required
- Completion of ASCA Level 2 and Swim America supervisor training within first year of employment.
- Completion of American Red Cross Lifeguard Instructor certification within first year of employment. Lifeguard Instructor Trainer certification obtained within the first year
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Office
- Demonstrated effective verbal and written communication skills.
- Ability to effectively motivate and develop staff.
- Excellent customer service and decision making skills including the ability to work effectively with parents and juniors.
- Ability and skill to establish and maintain effective working relationships with members and staff.
COVID-19 considerations: Your health and safety are a top priority at the MAC. In an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our facilities, we have implemented specific precautionary measures and processes for employees. Beginning October 1, 2021, all MAC employees must be fully vaccinated or have been approved for a legal exception. Fully vaccinated is defined as two weeks following receiving the second dose of a two-dose or one dose of a single-dose COVID-19 vaccination. Job offers are contingent on providing proof of vaccination or securing a documented and approved medical or religious exception.
Date posted: May 27, 2022
Location: Geneva, NY, USA
with Hobart and William Smith Colleges
Graduate Assistant Swimming and Diving Coach
Hobart William Smith Colleges
Location: Geneva, NY
Open Date: May 19, 2022
The Hobart and William Smith Swim & Dive Graduate Assistant Coach is responsible for assisting with the organization and management of the competitive NCAA Division III women’s swimming and diving team and additionally, beginning in 2022-23, the men’s swimming and diving program. This position will work with both teams.
The position responsibilities will include teaching and coaching student-athletes for successful competition; supporting student-athletes’ academic success; recruiting prospective students; scouting opponents; fundraising; developing alumnae/alumni and parent relations; team travel planning; administrative tasks; and other duties as assigned.
Hobart and William Smith coaches are expected to utilize an ethical approach to training, competing, mentoring and recruiting.
Teaching and Coaching:
- teach student-athletes all related principles and rules of the sport
- assist in the preparation, implementation and evaluation of practice and race plans
- operate digital platforms to develop training, practice and race plans
- maintain an exemplary standard of conduct, which reflects the highest level of professionalism and good judgment
- be knowledgeable of and compliant with all institutional, department, NCAA and conference policies, rules and regulations
Counseling and Advisement of Student-Athletes:
- develop and maintain effective communication with student-athletes
- reinforce academic success as a priority
- encourage student-athletes to foster a positive relationship with faculty, deans and staff
- effectively recruit prospective student-athletes under the direction of the head coach and consistent with the Colleges’ mission
- maintain the sport-specific recruiting electronic database
- recruit student-athletes who coincide with the academic profile of HWS students
- maintain open communication with other Hobart and William Smith coaches regarding shared prospects
- maintain active membership in professional sport organizations
- pursue formal and informal educational opportunities
- participate in department seminars
- promote the sport and Hobart and William Smith Athletics in area communities
- maintain a positive relationship with interested constituents (e.g. youth groups, civic organizations, media)
- assist in the planning and management of fundraising activities
- develop a positive relationship with Hobart and William Smith alums and parents
Bachelor’s degree required. Degree(s) in physical education, kinesiology, education or related field preferred. Candidates must demonstrate strong potential to teach, lead and counsel college student-athletes and have enthusiasm for the recruiting duties of the position. The candidate must be a person of integrity, high ethical standards, have excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills. The candidate must demonstrate a commitment to the NCAA Division III philosophy and mission of HWS Athletics. Competence with technology resources and a current U.S. driver’s license are vital to fulfilling the responsibilities of this position. CPR and First Aid certification required.
Evening and weekend work are required. This position description is not all-inclusive as other tasks or responsibilities may be assigned.
Terms of Employment
Must maintain a cumulative GPA of a 2.75.
Employment begins August 1, 2022 and ends May 31, 2023
All graduate assistants must be accepted into the Master’s of Arts in Higher Education Leadership at Hobart and William Smith Colleges as part time students. Maintaining good academic standing, contributing in the classroom setting, managing their time effectively and balancing their schoolwork along with their GA duties is a priority for all parties. Here is the link: https://www2.hws.edu/academics/master-of-arts-in-higher-education-leadership/curriculum/
Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Interested applicants are encouraged to submit a cover letter, resume and the names with contact information of at least three (3) professional references to our application service, Interfolio using the link on the right of the page. Background and MVR check required.
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Date posted: May 26, 2022
Location: 350 N Razorback Rd, Fayetteville, AR, USA
with University of Arkansas
The Assistant Swimming and Diving Coach will assist in all aspects of coaching the swimming and diving program. The Assistant Coach will create daily, weekly, and seasonal work out plans in conjunction with the Head Swimming and Diving Coach and develop each student-athlete’s skill level with stroke technique and feedback. Proficiency in filming the student-athletes and reviewing, critiquing, and improving their techniques is also required. This position will also serve as the recruiting coordinator and will oversee ordering and organizing equipment and team travel.
Date posted: May 26, 2022
Location: Memphis, TN
with Rhodes College
The Men’s and Women’s Swim and Dive Assistant Coach reports directly to the Men’s and Women’s Swim and Dive Head Coach and helps in providing a creative vision and leadership for a comprehensive NCAA DIII swim and dive program.
The Assistant Men’s and Women’s Assistant Coach is responsible for working with the head coach to monitor the success of the swim program. This includes monitoring the health and well-being of a roster of over 50 student-athletes and developing and building a positive team culture. A commitment to student development and success and a high student and family interaction level is essential.
- Collaborating with the head coach, organizing, and implementing practice and swim meet plans.
- Collaborating with the head coach, managing pool activities for the Rhodes varsity coaches and Athletics Training Staff using the pool for workouts and recovery sessions.
- In collaboration with the Director of Athletics and head coach, assist in recruiting potential student-athletes for the program, including building a recruiting database and communicating with prospective student-athletes and their families.
- Communicates effectively and often with the head coach, the student-athletes, and parents.
- Has demonstrated knowledge of and understanding of NCAA compliance rules and regulations. In collaboration with the head coach, monitors and supports compliance efforts effectively, efficiently, and with a high degree of integrity.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
- Able to work independently in a highly productive and fast-paced environment.
- Extensive knowledge of NCAA and SAA compliance rules; Proven leadership in a highly-functioning team environment; Knowledge and experience with college policies.
- Ability to mediate and use problem-solving skills to conduct alternative dispute resolution.
- Ability to provide perspective and utilize a proactive style of leadership that encourages teamwork, interaction, and positive culture.
- Excellent written and communication skills; Full competence in using computer software packages for the office environment.
- A thorough understanding of the organizational management of the Department of Athletics, including partnership building with students, faculty, staff, parents, and Rhodes alums.
- Ability to work with a culturally diverse population and promote a campus climate of inclusion and participation by all students.
- Excellent critical thinking and problem-solving skills and the ability to deal with complex and sometimes sensitive issues.
- Commitment to the vision and values of the College.
- Ability to develop and maintain effective partnerships across campus; Ability to interact effectively and respectfully with students, faculty, staff, and families to establish and maintain good working relationships.