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SwimLabs El Dorado Hills – Assistant Aquatics Director

  • Level of Commitment Full Time
  • Position Type Aquatics Staff
  • Level of Team Recreational

with El Dorado Hills


Job Title: Assistant Aquatics Director

Reports to: Aquatics Director

Date Updated: March 10, 2017

Position Purpose

Supervision of SwimLabs instructors; Maintenance and management of pools and technology; Accomplishes department objectives by teaching clients how to swim; participating in special promotional events; providing exceptional customer service.

Essential Job Duties
  • Assist Aquatics Director with facilitation of the training program for SwimLabs instructors including the curriculum and practical trainings the SwimLabs Level I and Level II programs.
  • Maintenance of all poolroom and equipment room operations including ongoing maintenance, cleaning, and chemical usage.
  • Assist with all technology involved with lessons.
  • Teaches Group swim classes and private lessons to all ages and abilities; conducts lessons according to SwimLabs training; upholds company core values and displays competence in performing expectations.
  • Provides accountability by submitting lesson plans in a timely manner; completes lesson notes for private lessons; communicates issues or questions to management.
  • Accomplishes responsibilities outside of teaching objectives by documenting completed tasks; takes initiative to find work; uses sound judgment to make decisions.
  • Maintains quality service by enforcing quality and customer service standards; provides a safe and comfortable environment for all clients; resolves issues; identifying needs; recommending system improvements.
  • Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks.
  • Complies with employment expectations; makes appropriate adjustments when requested by management, including evaluation feedback; upholds standards of all signed contracts.
  • Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
  • Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities.

Customer Service, Performance Management, Lesson Management, Quality Management, Effective Communication, Results Driven, Team Oriented, Teachable, Handles Pressure, Giving Feedback, SwimLabs Level I and Level II Certified, CPO Certification, CPR & First Aid Certified.

Head Age Group Coach

  • Level of Commitment Part Time
  • Position Type Assistant Coach
  • Level of Team Club
Reno Aquatic Club

with Reno Aquatic Club

Reno Aquatic ClubHead Age Group Coach

The Reno Aquatic Club (www.RenoAquaticClub.org) located in Reno, Nevada (USA) is seeking a dynamic, motivated, skilled Head Age Group Coach for its year round competitive swim program. Reno Aquatic Club carries a Bronze Medal through USA Swimming’s Club recognition program and is a competitive swim team with a 45 year history. The team has swimmers from beginning level age group athletes to World Ranked Olympic Trial Qualifiers. The Club trains at two locations in Reno Nevada, one of which includes a 50-meter pool and the second is an 8-lane indoor 25-yard pool. RAC is a nonprofit 501c3 organization and is supported by a parent run volunteer board of directors and coaches.

RAC currently has four training groups: Minis, Age Group, Pre-Seniors and Senior that train year round. Seasonal groups include and not limited to Sunday Clinics, Spring Clinics and Summer Swim Team. RAC hosts two successful meets. One meet is an Age Group Open 18 & under in October (400-500 Swimmers) and in 2017 the second meet was a SR Prelims/Finals meet with an Age Group Open between Prelims and Finals sessions (600 Swimmers).  


The individual selected for this position needs to be an experienced swim coach with an ASCA level 2 or higher but may consider the right candidate with a lower ranking, be self motivated and organized. Must meet USA Swimming Coach requirements to hire. The Head Age Group Coach is responsible for the day-to-day direction, hands-on guidance, and involvement of the age group program by providing instruction in technique and successful habits for athletic development; planning and coordinating recruitment and growth in the swim program; building positive relationships with swimmers, parents, staff and in the community; responding to inquiries for tryouts and conducting tryouts; attend staff meetings; and taking assignments as directed by the Head Coach. Actual work schedule to be determined through mutual agreement with the Head Coach. Position begins August 2017 but may be available immediately for the right candidate.

 Application: Applicants should submit résumés and cover letters to Kendra Follett at: [email protected] If additional information is needed by the applicant the preferred contact method is by email. All applications will be held in confidence. Only applicants chosen for interviews will be contacted.


The team will be offering competitive compensation based on experience and qualifications. The anticipated compensation range will be $25,000 to $30,000 depending upon the skill set and qualifications of the candidate. The final compensation, bonus incentives, and any other financial support are to be determined based on qualifications of the candidate.

  About Reno:

Located in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains, Reno’s cost of living is lower than most metropolitan areas of the country and Nevada has no state income tax.

Head Coach

  • Level of Commitment Full Time
  • Position Type Head Coach
  • Level of Team Club
Reno Aquatic Club

with Reno Aquatic Club

Reno Aquatic ClubHead Coach

 The Reno Aquatic Club (www.RenoAquaticClub.org) located in Reno, Nevada (USA) is seeking a dynamic, motivated, skilled Head Coach for its year round competitive swim program.  We are seeking a level 4 or higher Head Coach for our competitive swim club, but may consider the right candidate with a lower ranking. Reno Aquatic Club carries a Bronze Medal through USA Swimming’s Club recognition program and is a competitive swim team with a 45 year history. The team has swimmers from beginning level age group athletes to World Ranked Olympic Trial Qualifiers. The Club trains at two locations in Reno Nevada, one of which includes a 50-meter pool and the second is an 8-lane indoor 25-yard pool. RAC is a nonprofit 501c3 organization and is supported by a parent run volunteer board of directors and coaches.

 RAC currently has four training groups: Minis, Age Group, Pre-Seniors and Senior that train year round. Seasonal groups include and not limited to Sunday Clinics, Spring Clinics and Summer Swim Team. RAC hosts two successful meets. One meet is an Age Group Open 18 & under in October (400-500 Swimmers) and in 2017 the second meet was a SR Prelims/Finals meet with an Age Group Open between Prelims and Finals sessions (600 Swimmers).  


 The individual selected for this full time position needs to be experienced in the day to day operation of a larger swim club, self motivated and organized. The Head Coach is responsible for the day-to-day direction, hands-on guidance, and involvement in all aspects of the swim program, including, but not limited to, exceptional communication skills with parents, swimmers, Board Members and coaching staff.  The Head Coach must be a member in good standing in USA swimming.  The Head Coach will be involved in setting Club policy, developing and implementing an overall vision and progression for the Club.  The Head Coach needs to be instrumental in developing policies to benefit the overall welfare and development of the Club. Must execute Club policy as it pertains to the events, administrative functions assigned, or structural make up of the Club.

 Minimum Qualifications: – Exceptional organizational and leadership skills – Experience in developing swimmers from entry level age group swimmers to Junior National/U.S. Trials – ASCA Level 4 Certification – Excellent communicator (verbal and written) – Bachelor’s degree – Member in good standing with USA Swimming and current on all background checks and certifications – Proficient computer skills (Team Unify, Team Manager, Meet Manager, Office) – Basic financial skill set (P&L statements, budget process)

 Duties include:  

 Swimmer and Team Development:

1)       Determine the assignment of swimmers to training groups, to include assessments      and approval of swimmer advancements. 

2)       Design and oversee the implementation of the seasonal training plans for all groups.

3)       Develop and/or ensure workouts are appropriate for the age group, including dryland training and           regular stroke/technique clinics.

4)       Develop long-term goals and swim programs to meet these goals including seasonal and weekly           training programs and work with swimmers to determine appropriate individual goals.

5)       Foster team spirit by exhibiting and maintaining a positive attitude and team building.

6)       Provide input to every swimmer in the Head Coach’s group on a daily basis. 

7)       The Reno Aquatic Club believes “Developing Champions in Life through Excellence in Swimming”         and it is important that our Head Coach be actively involved in the recruitment, development and        progression of swimmers at all levels of our program. 


 1)       Develop season meet schedule (SCY and LCM). 

2)       Ensure all swim meets have adequate coaching coverage for all swimmers participating. 

3)       Prepare meet entries in accordance with meet calendar and entry procedure for each meet. 

4)       In the event of a travel meet, head coach will work with the assigned group coach and team travel coordinator to create the itinerary and select transportation and lodging as needed. 

5)       Assist in planning the team travel budget, as needed. 




1)       Attend all monthly Board of Director Meetings, parent and coaches’ meetings.

2)       Complete all required paperwork in a timely manner, including but not limited to, attendance, job reviews, and monthly coach’s report.

3)       Complete and file all forms required by USA Swimming. 

4)       Manage and submit team entries when self entries are not available for a swim meet.

5)       Maintain current coach’s credentials as required by USA Swimming. 

6)       Along with the Board of Directors, work with local city and business entities to ensure consistent swim schedule and pool/facility availability.

7)       Communicate to the Board of Directors any issues concerning schedules, facilities or contracts. 

8)       Actively support team fundraising activities.

9)   Assist the Board of Directors with the development and implementation of the annual budget, propose annual items to be considered for the budget and conduct Club activities in accordance with the parameters of the budget.


Professional Development

 1)       Responsible for coordinating and scheduling the continuing education for the Head and Assistant Coaches. 

2)       Will conduct him/herself in a professional manner at all times and in accordance with team and USA Swimming Code of Conduct 

3)       Participate in the hiring or firing of assistant

4)       Develop training plan for all coaches, including the development of goals, evaluations, and monthly staff meetings. 

5)       Ensure assistant coaches are fulfilling their responsibilities as assigned.


 1)      Communicate effectively to team members with weekly emails/newsletter/website

2)     Maintain weekly working hours for outside of the pool,

3)     Be exceptional in the application of positive, consistent, and effective motivation strategies when working with swimmers, parents, and coaching staff in relation to all aspects of the program. 


The team will be offering a competitive salary based on experience and qualifications. The anticipated salary range for the head coach will be starting at $50,000 to $60,000 depending upon the skill set and qualifications of the candidate. The final salary amount, bonus incentives, and any other financial support are yet to be determined.  Reno’s cost of living is lower than most metropolitan areas of the country and Nevada has no state income tax.

Application Process:

To apply, interested candidates should send coaching philosophy, resume including job qualifications or accomplishments, and introduction letter electronically to Kendra Follett [email protected] Application materials must be submitted by July 16, 2017 at 12:00 pm.  If additional information is needed by the applicant the preferred contact method is by email.

 Anticipated Timeline*:

 June 29-July 16 : Job posted for applicants to review and submit information electronically. Screening committee may contact individual candidates for additional information and inquiries if needed.

July 16: Job closes at 12:00 pm

July 17-21: Candidates who have passed initial paper screening will be contacted and given         written questionnaire to be completed.

August 1-4: Phone or Skype interviews conducted with top candidates based upon written responses.

Early – Mid August: Personal interviews

Late August – Early September: Job filled (The date is a target date and may change based upon new coach’s commitments)

*Timeline/dates are subject to change and are to be used as a guideline for the applicant and may change based upon interest and need.

Virginia Tech Athletics: Volunteer Assistant

  • Level of Commitment Full Time
  • Position Type Other
  • Level of Team College (Division I)

with Virginia Tech

Virginia Tech Athletics invites applications for the position of Volunteer Assistant Coach, Men’s and Women’s Swimming, in the department of Athletics. Virginia Tech is an NCAA Division I institution and member of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC).This position coordinates and administers aspects of student-athlete recruitment for the men’s and women’s swim program, operating under the appropriate NCAA bylaws. Coaches and/or assists with the coaching of one or more sub-components of the overall program, and assists in all aspects of student athlete training for athletic competition. Reports directly to the head coach. For a more detailed position description, please link to the website indicated below.

Selected candidate will exemplify Virginia Tech Athletics Department’s 5 core values; integrity, service, honor, excellence and strong together.


  • Bachelor’s degree and related experience
  • College coaching experience and/or playing experience
  • Knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations
  • Working knowledge of individual skills and team systems
  • Experience and/or ability to recruit and instruct student-athletes


  • Master’s degree.
  • Division I coaching and/or playing experience
  • Division I recruiting experience

Virginia Tech has a strong commitment to the principle of diversity and, in that spirit, seeks a broad spectrum of candidates including women, minorities, and people with disabilities. Individuals with disabilities desiring accommodations in the application process should notify the Department of Athletics at 540-231-3142.

Assistant Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Coach

  • Level of Commitment Full Time
  • Position Type Assistant Coach
  • Level of Team College (Division III)

with Southwestern University

Southwestern University seeks candidates for the position of Assistant Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving Coach.  This is an entry-level position with coaching responsibilities that include, but are not limited to, the administration of daily swimming and diving operations, recruitment, team training, home event management, practice organization, oversee lifeguard staff, and other duties as assigned by the Head Coach and/or Director of Athletics.  This is a 9-month, full-time, exempt position with benefits.

A bachelor’s degree is required with a master’s degree preferred.  The successful candidate is expected to comply with departmental guidelines set forth by Southwestern University, the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference, and the NCAA Division III.  Swimming and diving experience as an athlete and/or coach at the intercollegiate level is necessary.

Southwestern University offers competitive salary and benefits including health, dental, life, long term disability, retirement, paid holidays, vacation and sick leave, tuition assistance, access to athletic facilities, free parking and discounted meal rates.  Southwestern University is a selective, undergraduate institution committed to a broad-based liberal arts, sciences, and fine arts education.  Located in Georgetown, Texas, 28 miles north of Austin, Southwestern is affiliated with The United Methodist Church.  Southwestern University is deeply committed to fostering a diverse educational environment and especially encourages applications from members of groups traditionally under-represented in academia.  Southwestern is a member of NCAA Division III and the Southern Collegiate Athletic Association (SCAC).  More information on the University is available at www.southwestern.edu or http://southwesternpirates.com/landing/index. More information on the SCAC is available at http://www.scacsports.com/landing/index .

Head Swimming Coach

  • Level of Commitment Full Time
  • Position Type Head Coach
  • Level of Team College (Division I)

with West Virginia University Institute of Technology

Head Swimming Coach – WVU Beckley 05764

West Virginia University Institute of Technology (WVU Tech), part of the WVU system of campuses, is seeking a self-motivated and driven Head Men’s and Women’s Swimming Coach for the new WVU Beckley campus. This position will report to the WVU Tech Athletic Director.

The successful candidate will be responsible for managing all aspects associated with a collegiate men’s and women’s swimming program. Work in this position will primarily focus on the development of student-athletes and work will occur at the WVU Beckley campus and the YMCA in Beckley.

In order to be successful in this position, the ideal candidate will:

Manage all aspects associated with a NAIA Division I or NCAA Division II men’s and women’s swimming program and participate in all departmental meetings.
Prepare NAIA and/or NCAA institutional scholarship award forms and submit signed contracts for scholarships.
Evaluate talent in current and prospective student-athletes.
Organize and conduct a strength and conditioning program.
Provide compliance director with freshman and returning player’s information to complete eligibility form.
Coordinate team meetings, athletic study halls, strength and conditioning work outs, etc.
Monitor academic progress, retention rates and graduation rates in the swimming programs.
Oversee and manage conduct of swim team members.
Remain current and adhere to all institutional, NCAA and/or NAIA rules.
Follow state and University requirements to manage annual inventories, prepare for equipment purchases, and coordinate travel arrangements/expenses.
Work with outside groups for fundraising to receive funds for athletics and the swim programs.
Recruit quality student-athletes meeting criteria established by the Athletic Administration.

Date of Appointment: Immediate

Application Deadline: Review of applications will begin immediately

WVU Tech is a regional division of the West Virginia University system and is located in Beckley, West Virginia. It boasts a 12:1 student-to-faculty ratio and an average class size of 17 students, allowing personalized attention in a supportive environment. WVU Tech is ranked first in the state for return on investment, and seventh in the nation in annual ROI for students paying in-state tuition. The campus is near state and national parks and numerous recreational opportunities.


Bachelor’s degree
Two (2) years of collegiate swimming performance experience and/or one (1) year of successful swim coaching experience
Ability to work collaboratively with administration, athletic department staff, students and the Director of Athletics
Excellent computer skills
Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communications skills


Background check
Valid driver’s license required to transport student-athletes
Life Guard Certification
CPR and First Aid Certification

About WVU

At West Virginia University, we pride ourselves on a tireless endeavor for achievement. We are home to some of the most passionate, innovative minds in the country who push their limits for the sake of progress, constantly moving the world forward. Our students, faculty and staff make this institution one of the best out there, and we are proud to stand as one voice, one university, one WVU. Find out more about your opportunities as a Mountaineer at http://hr.wvu.edu/.

West Virginia University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and the recipient of an NSF ADVANCE award for gender equity. The University values diversity among its faculty, staff and students, and invites applications from all qualified individuals, including minorities, females, individuals with disabilities and veterans.

Head Age Group Coach

  • Level of Commitment Full Time
  • Position Type Assistant Coach
  • Level of Team Club
Eagle Swimming Association

with Eagle Swimming Association

ESA – Eagle Swimming Association

Head Age Group (5-14 yr olds)  Red, White & Blue group –    A swimmers & below

 Salary $30 – 35,000  based on experience, history,resume & recommendations


  • ASCA Level III or above.
  • Must have (or obtain prior to being in 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 of 5 yrs. coaching experience
  • Passionate about swimming & teaching & development of younger/newer athletes.
  • Knowledge of competitive swimming and all swimming strokes (Backstroke, Breaststroke, Butterfly, Freestyle)
  • Must possess / be able to demonstrate:
  • Professionalism,
  • leadership skills,
  • Decision making ability (in interest of athletes & organization),
  • Timely & professional communication (written & verbal) with coaches, parents and swimmers,
  • & be willing to follow directives from board / owner.
  • 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 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 – A swimmers & below) to be ready to compete at the Jr (State level team).
      • 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 Sr 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 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


  • Manage our Age Group travel trip(s)
  • Maintain team practice and master calendars and reporting the monthly calendar to our school district (rental) liaison.
  • Run monthly meetings with Age group coaches
  • Vacation upon request (two weeks in August and one in March built in as well as one during our Thanksgiving or Holiday Break).

Aquatics Supervisor

  • Level of Commitment Full Time
  • Position Type Other
  • Level of Team Recreational
Estes Valley Recreation and Park District

with Estes Valley Recreation and Park District







The Estes Valley Recreation and Park District is looking for a talented aquatics professional with solid leadership skills to fill our open position, Aquatics Supervisor. The ideal candidate will coordinate and manage the daily aquatics operations of our brand new, state-of the art Aquatics Center, located in Estes Park’s new 70,000 sq. ft. Estes Valley Community Center facility. In addition to competitive pay, this position will also receive an exceptional leave and benefits package. For a complete position description and employment application, visit our website at www.evrpd.com. This recruitment is open through July 17, 2017.

This position will coordinate and manage the daily operations of the Estes Valley Community Center’s (EVCC) aquatics area. This includes oversight of all aquatics programming as well as the hiring, training, scheduling, and supervising of aquatics staff. Position provides pool, lifeguard, and water safety instructor training programs. Interface with various community organizations in order to promote new and continued use of applicable aquatics recreational facilities. This position’s work schedule is variable depending on season and needs of the facility.

• Management:
– Plan, direct, schedule, organize and manage the daily operations of the aquatics area.
– Complete and maintain a variety of reports, forms, files, and other records as required in an accurate and timely manner, i.e., daily records of water chemistry, attendance, and cleaning.
– Operate and maintain the pool and pool deck equipment.
– Conduct daily walk-through of aquatics area to ensure appropriate appearance, and document needed repairs and maintenance.
– Coordinate routine maintenance of pool area, and monitor and maintain water chemistry to state codes.
– Conduct in-service training programs to ensure compliance with certification requirements, and maintain certification requirements of aquatics staff.
– Research, identify, coordinate, and schedule use of aquatics facilities with Manager of Community Center Operations and applicable staff.
– Recommend and assist in the implementation of goals and objectives for aquatics services and programs based on the concept of recreational growth and improvement within the District.
– Evaluate programs to effectively meet community needs and to ensure maximum utilization of staff, resources and equipment.
– Adhere to local, state and Federal law as relating to functional areas of responsibilities, and implement approved district policies and procedures.
– Conduct needs assessments to determine needs and desires of the public as it relates to aquatics programs, and develop and design new innovative programs.
– Prepare analytical and statistical reports on operations and activities in aquatics recreation.
– Maintain accurate inventory of first aid, chemical, operating, and aquatics program supplies, and coordinate ordering of supplies and equipment for aquatics area.

• Programming:
– Design, develop and implement a variety of aquatics programs, leisure activities, and special events; oversee and participate in activities.
– Interface with the local community, schools and parents in order to achieve defined goals.
– Schedule, coordinate, conduct and maintain certification classes as needed, including, but not limited to, lifeguard, first aid/CPR/AED, and water instructor training.

• Supervision:
– Recruit, hire, train, motivate and evaluate aquatic staff, provide or coordinate staff trainings, work with employees to correct deficiencies, and implement discipline and termination procedures.
– Schedule aquatics area staff and volunteers.
– Assist in the timely and fair completion of annual performance reviews for full-time staff.
– Conduct aquatic staff safety training meetings.
– Review and approve all entries in staff time and payroll database.
– Ensure staff maintains proper certifications.

• Budget:
– Participate in the preparation and administration of the Community Center Aquatics budget, and submit budget recommendations to the Manager of Community Center Operations.

• Effectively notify community and staff in the event of pool closing/shut-down.
• Complete required reports and records including incidents, accidents, theft, vandalism, daily attendance and daily logs.
• Perform regular safety inspections of pools and equipment to reduce hazards and to provide maximum safety to patrons.
• Attend and participate in professional meetings, and stay abreast of new trends and innovations in the fields of aquatics.
• Serve as head guard or swim instructor as needed.
• Perform related duties and responsibilities as required.

• Operations, management, scheduling, programming and other services and activities of an aquatics facility.
• Water chemistry principles as they apply to maintaining a pool, including chemical controllers (Strantrol; Chemtrol), chemical feeders (chlorine pulsar); mechanical/pump room systems and filtration, chemical testing units (Taylor test kit; Palintest), pressure washers, pool chemicals (muriatic acid, calcium hypochlorite, CO2, sodium bicarbonate), electrical panels.
• Design, develop and implement aquatics programs, and knowledge of materials used in aquatics center programming and applications.
• Excellent verbal and written communication, supervisory, organizational, financial, and public relations skills.
• Modern and complex principles and practices of aquatics-based recreation services.
• Comprehensive and concise knowledge of EVRPD’s policies and procedures, and ability to interpret and explain District policies and procedures to staff and guests.
• Possess a highly defined focus toward both internal and external guest service.
• Fundamental management, administration, budgeting, purchasing, personnel and financial skills necessary to effectively manage the facilities.
• Operate office equipment; computer and relevant e-trak software programs, phone, copier, etc.
• Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work, and interact on a regular basis with the community and especially all stakeholders who participate in the provided programs and use of the aquatics facilities.
• Principles of supervision, training and performance evaluation.
• Ability to effectively manage a young and diverse staff.
• Plan, organize, prioritize, coordinate, assign and evaluate the work of subordinate personnel.
• Ability to perform the EVCC Emergency Action Plan.
• Pertinent Federal, State, and local laws, codes and regulations relating to the functional areas of responsibility.

• Required:
– Bachelor’s Degree in recreation, physical education, leisure studies, or a related field.
– Minimum of three (3) years of experience in an aquatics recreation environment, including at least one (1) year of supervisory or lead responsibility. Equivalent combinations of education and experience, which would provide the required knowledge and skills, may be considered.
• Preferred:
– A Master’s Degree in recreation.
– Four (4) years of experience in an aquatics recreation environment, including two (2) years of supervisory or lead responsibility.
– Current instructor license in CPR/AED, LGI, WSI, and either CPO or AFO.
– Experience with managing swim teams and coaching.
• Valid driver’s license and satisfactory driving record.
• LGI certification, and WSI certification or WSI equivalent.
• CPR, First Aid, and AED certification or the ability to obtain within six (6) months of hire.
• Certified as an AFO or CPO.

• Majority of work is performed indoors in a hot and humid environment with moderate to loud noise and frequent interruptions.
• Work in and around water and slippery surfaces with exposure to fumes and hazardous chemicals.
• Occasionally work near moving mechanical parts and pool mechanical systems.

• Frequently required to stand, walk, sit, reach with arms and hands, and use hands to grasp, handle, or feel.
• Regularly required to bend, stoop, stretch, carry, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, and crouch.
• Must be able to lift, push and/or move up to 25 pounds.
• Must be able to swim and perform life-saving skills/CPR.
• Vision abilities include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.
• Acceptable hearing to communicate effectively with others.
• Acceptable verbal and conversation skills to effectively communicate with others via the phone, at meetings and to greet and assist visitors.


This position is subject to EVRPD’s pre-employment screening requirements including, but not limited to:
• Criminal, National Sex Offender, and Motor Vehicle background checks, and a pre-employment medical examination/physical.

Age group coach

  • Level of Commitment Part Time
  • Position Type Assistant Coach
  • Level of Team Club
Fontana Aquatics Club

with Fontana Aquatics Club

The Fontana Aquatics Club is looking for an age group coach for our 12 & under, mid level to elite swimmers.  Some coaching experience with all levels, including elite JO/JAG swimmers preferred. Swim instructor experience required.  ASCA preferred.  Strong in technique.  Would prefer swimmer background.

We use TeamUnify & Meet Manager & require coaches to use TeamUnify & OnDeck for communication, attendance, etc.

Coaches conduct team clinics & various activities throughout the year.

Salary is dependent on experience, which level is being coached & extra duties such as clinics, he/she is asked or required to perform.

We are a close knit team.  We work closely with the city & their aquatics program so flexibility & teamwork is essential.

Our team consists of a seven member board of directors, four coaches & five swimming levels.  We currently have 156 active swimmers

In the summer months practices are held from 7:00 to 10:45am, with a short practice in the afternoon in which the coaches rotate.

In the winter months practices are held from 4:30 to 7:30pm

We compete in 1 to 2 meets each month, are involved in community projects such as Special Olympics, military & senior citizen groups.

We are a family orientated team encouraging team activities outside of the pool.

We have been in the city of Fontana since 1959, became a full time, year ’round team in 2006.

Our website is www.fontanaaquatics.org

Assistant Coach-Swimming and Diving

  • Level of Commitment Full Time
  • Position Type Assistant Coach
  • Level of Team College (Division I)
University of San Diego

with University of San Diego

Assists in the development and implementation of both the educational and the athletic components of the NCAA Division I swimming and diving program. Also assists in creating and implementing the general business operations of the program.


The Assistant Coach receives general supervision from head coach, and exercises direct supervision of the student-athlete team, interns, work study students, volunteers.


Examples of Work:

  1. Recruiting

o    Assist head coach in all aspects of recruiting.

o    Responsible for recruiting academically and athletically qualified student-athletes for admission to the University with adherence to admissions and athletic department policies and procedures.

o    Understand and keep up to date regarding NCAA/conference/league rules as they pertain to recruiting and eligibility.

o    Pass the NCAA coaches’ recruiting test annually.

o    Identify and evaluate high school and junior college talent through evaluation at local, regional, sectional, and national meets, and film.

o    Maintain telephone contact with prospects.

o    Recruit their centers of influence.

o    Junior recruiting—Identify prospects and follow-up with by mail/email.

o    Transcript request—The most influential piece of information in the recruiting process. Letter to registrar and follow-up calls to counselors, when appropriate.  Working with our admissions people in an effective and efficient manner.

o    Home Visits—Assist head coach with preparation and presentation when appropriate.

o    Unofficial visits—Getting some local prospects (San Diego and Los Angeles) to visit us so we can get to know them.  Getting local athletes to attend some of our home meets

o    Campus visits—Arrange travel for our recruits.  Coordinate the involvement of our athletes.  Spend meals with recruits.  Arrange an academic meeting with a department person in their field of interest and an academic class with one of the players.  Tour campus.

o    Follow-up—Respond to leads and inquiries in a timely fashion.


  1. Assist Head Coach with Teaching and Coaching

o    Supervision of athletes in a coordinated and planned program of practices and competition, with a concern for the athletes’ health and welfare, physical and psychological preparation.

o    Practice Preparation –Help organize and plan practice everyday.  Present ideas to help us improve and win.

o    Coaching—Know our philosophy and why.  Know every drill and your role in that drill.  Teach our athletes with enthusiasm.  Help develop the skills of our athletes.  Be available to work with athletes before and after practice.


  1. General Assignments

o    The coordination of all University academic policies and responsibilities for counseling student-athletes relative to academic success, progress and eligibility.

o    Knowledge of and adherence to all University, NCAA, and conference rules and regulations, policies and procedures, with special attentions to recruiting, eligibility, admissions, and financial aid.

o    Enforce University and athletic department policies and regulations in regard to use/abuse of alcohol and drugs by team members.

o    Foster and maintain positive student body and faculty relationships.

o    Maintain professional growth through meetings, clinics, workshops, etc.

o    Assist in conference, regional and national events hosted by the University.

o    Assist in the organization of any team and/or department awards presentations for student-athletes.


  1. Travel

o    Develop detailed budgets for all road trips.

o    Coordinate and explain the expenses to head coach.

o    Coordinate air and ground transportation with authorized travel agency.

o    Distribute cash advances to players and coaches.

o    File expense report for team.

o    Secure bus and van use with transportation coordinator.

CEO, International Swimming Hall of Fame (ISHOF)

  • Level of Commitment Full Time
  • Position Type Head Coach
  • Level of Team Other

with ISHOF

The International Swimming Hall of Fame is a not-for-profit educational museum located Fort Lauderdale, Florida since 1965. It is the official Hall of Fame and Museum of FINA, the international governing body for the Olympic sports of swimming, diving, synchronized swimming and diving. For more information:  http://www.ishof.org/   The next leader of ISHOF should be a self-starter with a demonstrated background in museum/attraction development, with a preference to those who have been involved in a turnaround.  

The key result areas (KRAs) which will be measures of success for this position are:

  1. The ability to create proactive, collaborative and positive relationships with the key organizations in the world of aquatics and local communities.
  2. The ability to develop and work with a strong Board of Directors.
  3. The ability to generate revenue streams from donations, products, services, events and programs which will generate annual, ongoing financial support for ISHOF. These income streams could be in partnership with other organizations.
  4. The ability to work with and provide management direction for staff and volunteers.
  5. The ability to communicate with and cultivate key media outlets and individuals.
  6. A passion for the mission of the organization.

Qualified applicants please apply in confidence:

  • Email cover letter,
  • Résumé (PDF document preferred),
  • Salary requirement

Email to: [email protected]

Questions: [email protected] 

The International Swimming Hall of Fame is a 501 c 3 IRS Code approved not-for-profit,

Educational Corporation chartered under the laws of Florida, USA since 1965.

Head Age Group Coach, Huntsville Swim Association

  • Level of Commitment Full Time
  • Position Type Assistant Coach
  • Level of Team Club
Huntsville Swim Association

with Huntsville Swim Association

Full-Time Head Age Group Coach

Huntsville Swim Association (HSA), with over 40 years of excellence in swimming in Huntsville, Alabama, is looking to fill the full-time position of Head Age Group Coach. The position is salaried and offers a Health Insurance allowance, a moving stipend, and the opportunity to participate in funded professional development.

The ideal candidate will have a passion for the sport of swimming, a commitment to developing young swimmers in a positive environment, and a strong desire to grow and learn professionally. Previous coaching experience is required, and at least ASCA Level 3 coaches are preferred.

The successful candidate will have earned at least a bachelor’s degree and have demonstrated both strong communication skills and administrative skills. The position requires proficiency with both Windows and Mac software. Knowledge of Team Unify systems and Hy-Tek systems is required.

Candidates must be U.S. citizens. Candidates must have current certifications including CPR, First Aid, and Coaches Safety Training.

Candidates must pass a background check from USA Swimming and HSA.

Duties will include specifically coaching HSA’s top age group swimmers, overseeing the entire age group program, supervising assistant coaches, supporting all meets, maintaining office hours, communicating with parents, participating in staff projects, planning, and supporting team activities. The position will report directly to the Head Coach.

The position will start no later than August 21st. Salary is negotiable, depending on experience. Please send a cover letter, resume, and three references to Head Coach, Matt Webber ([email protected]), to express interest in the position.

The application process will close on July 6th, 2017.

For more information on HSA, please visit our website at swimhsa.org.



Head Age Group Coach

  • Level of Commitment Full Time
  • Position Type Assistant Coach
  • Level of Team Club
Bluefish Swim Club-Williston

with Bluefish Swim Club-Williston

Bluefish Swim Club-Williston is seeking a full time assistant coach to head the age group and developmental side of the program.  We want a coach excited for the opportunity to grow their career and further their education in the sport of swimming; a coach with a passion for swimming and coaching young athletes. This position will primarily focus on the Junior and Developmental Groups, while having opportunities to assist the head Coach with the Senior and High Performance Groups.

Age Group Coach

  • Level of Commitment Part Time
  • Position Type Assistant Coach
  • Level of Team Club

with Cardinal and Gold Aquatics

Cardinal and Gold Aquatics (CGA), a coach owned club located in Towson, MD is seeking qualified applicants for our Age Group Coach position. CGA is one of the premier small clubs in Maryland, working with 90 swimmers and 55 families. Based out of Calvert Hall College High School, CGA provides a strong foundation to grow into successful championship swimming.

The coach position would be our lead coach for our 9-12 age group. The group practices four times a week for ninety minutes each session. We typically attend one weekend swim meet a month. There could be some flexibility as to what the four practice days can be.

Responsibilities would include being on deck for all practices and meets, preparing daily workouts, season plans for the athletes, communicating with parents, and attending all meetings and workshops as designated by the Head Coach.

Previous coaching experience and/or college swimming preferred. Knowledgeable or willing to learn Team Unify, HyTek, and Colorado Time Systems. The candidate must be able to pass a background check and be able to be certified in lifeguarding and CPR.

If you are looking to coach in a fun, competitive environment please consider applying. Direct all inquiries to Patrick Marshall, Head Coach, [email protected]

Executive Director – Virginia Swimming

  • Level of Commitment Full Time
  • Position Type Other
  • Level of Team Other

with Virginia Swimming


The Executive Director will provide leadership and direction to Virginia Swimming (VSI) to enhance and optimize coach effectiveness, volunteer development, and club development. The Executive Director will implement strategies as developed by the BoD in support of VSI’s vision and mission and in alignment with USA Swimming. In this role, the Executive Director will also advance best practices, practice good non-profit governance, and enthusiastically promote the sport of swimming.



The Executive Director will facilitate the development and implementation of programs, services, and activities in the following key areas of responsibility:

  • Coach Effectiveness
  • Club Development
  • Event Facilitator
  • Board of Directors and Committee Liaison
  • Ambassador for VSI and the Sport of Swimming

This position will work in a collaborative manner with elected and appointed volunteer board members, committees, task forces, and other volunteers to plan and implement the goals and objectives of VSI. Will communicate in a timely and effective manner, using appropriate methods, and remain current on the use of technology to advance the sport.



  1. USA Swimming non-athlete membership required. Must be kept current.
  2. Bachelor’s Degree required. Master’s Degree or equivalent non-profit leadership and/or business leadership experience preferred.
  3. Knowledge of USA Swimming and competitive swimming required.
    • A minimum of five years’ experience coaching USA Swimming/YMCA team, officiating USA Swimming events, or LSC governance at the BoD level required.
    • Proven development of athletes to achieve national level performance, attainment of national level certification, or key USA Swimming leadership position at the LSC level or higher is preferred.
  4. Demonstrates a personal commitment to advancing the sport of swimming
  5. A disciplined and goal-oriented self-starter with a high level of initiative expected.
  6. Strong planning, organizational, and time management skills and the ability to work independently.  Capable of understanding the business needs and governance oversight of a non-profit organization.
  7. Exceptional verbal and written skills and computer skills required including proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and electronic mail. Experience with Team Manager, Meet Manager, TeamUnify, accounting software, and social media preferred.
  8. Ability to travel locally, regionally, and nationally, as necessary. Willing to work evenings and weekends as needed.



Compensation will be in a range commensurate with experience and record of successful achievement. Benefits package to include health insurance stipend, matching retirement contribution plan, and paid vacation.