with William Jewell College Men's and Women's Swimming Teams
WILLIAM JEWELL COLLEGE
DEPARTMENT: Athletics, Physical Education and Recreation
POSITION TITLE: Assistant Men’s and Women’s Swimming Coach
REPORTS TO: Head Men’s and Women’s Swimming Coach
FLSA STATUS: Full Time, Exempt (10 Month, August – May)
The Assistant Swimming Coach assists the Head Swimming Coach manage the daily duties of a NCAA Division II swimming program. This position is responsible for adhering to NCAA, GLVC and William Jewell College policies and procedures.
Assist the head swimming coach with:
- Planning, organizing, and directing all activities involved with a Division II swimming program.
- Recruiting, in accordance with college policies and procedures, swimmers who can successfully compete at the Division II level. Planning and conducting on–campus recruiting events for official and unofficial visits. Planning and executing off-campus evaluations of and visits with potential student athletes. Developing a familiarity with and operating recruiting and compliance software.
- Assisting with all home meets and coordinating with departmental operations staff in the conduct of home meets.
- Assisting with all planning of team travel to away meets. Completing travel rosters online of those traveling in compliance with William Jewell College policies.
- Encouraging and actively monitoring the academic progress of team members.
- Assist in the development and implementation of seasonal, cyclical, and weekly plans for conditioning, skill development, and competitive preparedness of team members.
- Conducting dryland and aquatic practice activities for specific training groups on a daily basis.
- Assisting with the development and maintenance of competitive schedules that comply with NCAA rules.
- Assisting with the monitoring and posting on the team website and social media.
- Maintaining knowledge and ensure compliance with NCAA, GLVC, and college rules and regulations.
- Participating in departmental activities to include potential service on committees and attendance at all athletic department meetings.
- Working with sports information on developing the team media guide.
- Planning and supervising the swimming lesson program.
- Assist in all fundraising opportunities.
- Performing other duties as assigned.
Normal office environment, travel required. Evening and weekend work required. Physically able to lift 25 pounds.
- Bachelor’s Degree.
- Experience coaching swimming at the college, high school, age group level and/or equivalent professional experience.
- Effective communicator, written and verbal.
- Experience in recruiting and/or team management.
- Competitive experience at the collegiate level.
- An understanding of the rules and policies of the NCAA.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by employees in this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications of employees assigned to this job.
Candidates must submit the following documents via email to [email protected]:
- Letter of application
- William Jewell College application
- Salary requirements
Please note: Incomplete submissions will not be considered.
Applicants who need accommodation for the application or interview process, please make such accommodation request in advance to the Office of Human Resources:
William Jewell College
Office of Human Resources
500 College Hill, Box 1017
Liberty, MO 64068
Review of applications will begin immediately. Position is open until filled.
with King University
King University is seeking a qualified Graduate Assistant for Men’s and Women’s. The graduate assistant will assist the Head Coach is every aspect of the program.
King University is located in Bristol, TN and participates in NCAA DII as a member of Conference Carolinas.
Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to [email protected]
A bachelor’s degree is required, along with admission into King’s MBA or M.Ed. program, plus collegiate swimming experience. Candidates must also complete a driver approval process and background check.
Salary information: Full Tuition Waiver for Graduate Program
with SwimLabs Sandy
SwimLabs Sandy is a new swim school in the Salt Lake area, and we are looking for enthusiastic, self-motivated, energetic people to join our team. We teach swim lessons to all ages and abilities in a unique environment of warm-water pools using visual video feedback. Please visit our website for more details, www.swimlabs.com.
Preferred Skills & Experience: Love of children, swimming and a desire to teach. Previous swimming experience, such as teaching swim lessons, coaching swim team, or swimming on a team. Desire and ability to teach all ages and abilities. CPR and First Aid certifications. Great customer service skills. Efficient class management skills. Ability to communicate effectively with children and adults. Willingness to learn and execute the SwimLabs Swim School teaching method. Desire to work in a team environment. Ability to work a consistent weekly schedule
Job Duties (all new employees will be trained): Teaching lessons to all ages and abilities, including group and private lessons, and may include competitive lessons, depending on skill level and previous experience using Dartfish video analysis software. Teaching the SwimLabs progression. Moderate maintenance work on pools and facility. Communicate regularly with children and adults. The ideal candidate has a welcoming, bright personality, professional appearance, is very well organized, punctual and with a positive can-do attitude. You should be forward-thinking, have common sense, and most importantly – be dependable. We will rely on YOU to help run our business so dependability is a must!
Please send your cover letter and a copy of your resume to Andrea Lambson at [email protected], in Word format in response to this ad. You will be contacted based on your resume submission for an interview. PLEASE HIGHLIGHT ANY SWIM EXPERIENCE.
with St. Ambrose University
Swimming ( Men’s and Women’s) Graduate Assistant Coach
1. Earned Bachelor’s degree (prior to starting date).
2. Eventual acceptance into graduate program required. Currently enrolled SAU graduate students: Proof of 2017 SAU Registration required Prospective SAU graduate students: Officially applied to SAU graduate program for fall semester 2017.
3. Previous swim coaching experience preferred. Collegiate Swimming experience required. Assist the head coach in the day-to-day operations of a nationally competitive intercollegiate program, team travel, summer camps and clinics, public relations, recruiting, study halls and other administrative duties as assigned. Required team travel. Some overnight, and weekend trips.
4. Strong public relations, communication, time management, and organizational skills.
5. Ability to work in a team oriented atmosphere, including strong supervisory skills.
6. First Aid, CPR and Lifeguard Training Required.
7. Strong computer skills, especially in a Windows setting and with Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel). Hytek, Team / Meet Manager Experience preferred, though not required.
with Tripp Lake Camp
Tripp Lake Camp is looking for Waterfront Counselors:
*must be lifeguard certified or be able to pass lifeguard
*work with campers 7-16
*help beginner to advanced campers
*work as a member of a team
*spend their summer on the lake!
Please apply if you have experience and if you have a genuine interest in working with children.
Tripp Lake Offers:
*a competitive salary
*room and board
*a beautiful summer in Maine!
with Buffalo Area Aquatic Club
Team: Buffalo Area Aquatic Club
Job Title: Head Age Group Coach
Job Description: With guidance from BAAC’s Head Coach, the Head Age Group Coach will design and conduct the training program for the team’s Novice and Advanced groups.
Novice Group: This group is designed to be an introduction to the sport where athletes learn the legal strokes, good practice habits, and how to be a great teammate. Typically, this group consists of swimmers ranging 6-10 years old, but it is not limited to those ages. This group currently practices 4 days per week at 1 hour per practice.
Advanced: This group is designed for goal-oriented age group swimmers who have shown a level of skill and dedication to the sport that would have them seeking a higher level of performance each and every day. Currently, this group consists of swimmers ranging 10-14 years old. Amongst them are Team Record Holders, LSC Championship Finalists, Zones Finalists, and more. This group currently practices 6 days per week at 2 hours per practice.
From a group progression and swimmer development standpoint, the Novice and Advanced groups are separated by the team’s Age Group. Swimmers progressing from the team’s Advanced group will move into the Senior training program.
Responsibilities: BAAC’s Head Age Group Coach will:
– Collaborate with the team’s Head Coach to develop seasonal training plans for Novice, Age Group, and Advanced practice groups within the philosophy of BAAC’s program.
– design and conduct our Novice & Advanced groups, including developing and implementing dryland workouts.
– Create fun and engaging, yet challenging, skills based practices for the their training groups.
– Work with and mentor the other age group coaches and assist, as needed, them and their training groups.
– Attend all swim meets in which swimmer’s from under their direction are attending (usually one to two meets a month).
– Attend and participate in all staff meetings as requested by the Head Coach.
– Collaborate with the entire staff to develop benchmarks for measuring our swimmers’ improvement and increasing opportunities for all swimmers on the team.
– Work with the Head Coach to oversee individual and team entries, submit entries and post any relevant meet information to our website.
– Track swimmers’ training goals and statistics along with monthly attendance figures. This includes individual goal meetings with swimmers on a seasonal basis and any additional meetings as needed.
– Participate and provide input to Head Coach on hiring of new staff members.
– Attend and participate in our LSC House of Delegates meetings.
– 4+ years of coaching experience of high level age group or senior swimmers.
– ASCA level 2 or higher preferred.
– Bachelor’s Degree in athletic field.
– Experience with Team Unify and Hy-Tek is recommended. Ability to learn quickly is required if applicant is not familiar.
– Strong organizational skills and ability to give attention and critiques to all coached athletes on a daily basis in practice environments.
– Ability to meet all USA Swimming certification and coaching requirements (CPR, Safety Training for Swim Coaches, USA Background Check, Athlete Protection Training, etc.
– Passion and excitement for the sport of swimming and teaching athletes is a must.
Team Description: Buffalo Area Aquatic Club trains in an Olympic-sized pool in the Alumni Arena, which is located on the University at Buffalo’s Northern Campus in Buffalo, NY. The program has doubled in sized over the past year. Signs point to continued growth, and BAAC wants to add a 2nd full-time, progressive, and goal-oriented coach that will provide BAAC a competitive edge in the region while continuing to give our swimmers excellent opportunities for advancement.
Prior to the 2017 SC season, BAAC has won the Small Teams Division at Niagara’s LSC Championships (both SC and LC) for 4 years in a row. We did not win in the 2017 SC season as we’ve grown too large to be considered a small team, which we’re very proud of. Our goal is continued growth and progress amongst our swimmers and our program.
Buffalo, affectionately referred to as The City of Good Neighbors, is shedding its Rust Belt image and is home to a new waterfront, great restaurants (not even counting the wings), and is among the most affordable cities in the U.S. You’ll rarely commute for more than 20 minutes, and proximity to Toronto puts a major metropolis in easy driving distance.
BAAC holds Recognition Level 2 as a Board-governed team and is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Compensation: This is a full-time, salaried position with compensation based on qualifications and experience. There is potential for bonuses and medical insurance allowance. Job related education and travel expenses are covered or reimbursed.
How to Apply: Please send a cover letter, resume, description of your coaching philosophy and contact information for at least three references relative to swimming experience to Sam Gaddie, [email protected] All submissions will be held in strict confidence.
For more information about the position contact Sam Gaddie by e-mail or phone, (901)-484-3859.
with Brownell Talbot School
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Brownell Talbot Aquatics will be the recognized authority and leader in compassionate coaching and competitive swimming instruction for young people. BT provides programs that will exemplify three aquatic components: educational, recreational, and competitive programs. BT Aquatics achieves excellence in innovative programming, customer service, and technical proficiency while building on the tradition of excellence at Brownell Talbot School.
BT Aquatics strives to make a positive difference in the lives of its team members by promoting good sportsmanship, biomechanically sound techniques, nutrition, healthy lifestyle, balance, commitment, responsibility, love for the sport of swimming, and self respect. We are committed to creating an environment where each individual athlete may realize his or her own potential. We believe that the healthiest motivation for a student is the motivation that comes from within, and we endeavor to draw out each student’s natural energy, hope, and courage, thereby fueling the pursuit of their dreams.
Position General Description
The aquatics director is a year-round, full-time position, responsible for implementing the school’s vision for cutting-edge aquatic programs for preschool through grade 12 and furthering the school’s mission. The aquatics director will collaborate with Head of School and will work closely with the activities director, executive director of business and finance, and the director of facilities and campus safety.
The aquatics director:
- Oversees and coordinates the recruitment, training, scheduling, certification, and performance of employees of the facility; supervises the day-to-day activities of staff.
- Oversees and coordinates the administration of the facility, to include scheduling of facility operations and contract management.
- Oversees the maintenance of the pools, to include chemistry, climate control, cleanliness, and related maintenance.
- Ensures that all appropriate water, environmental, health, and safety standards are maintained; ensures the pool is compliant with all local, state, and national requirements and current on all necessary certifications required for operation.
- Develops, implements, and oversees a variety of aquatics programs for students, faculty, staff, and/or members of the general public.
- Responsible for leading and developing the youth competitive swim team and the high school varsity swim team.
- Leads swim practices to promote stroke development and physical conditioning.
- Participates in and teaches aquatic and safety certification training sessions, as necessary.
- Participates in the development of annual operating budgets and provides fiscal direction.
- Develops and maintains records of operational facility usage; monitors and maintains inventories of pool equipment and supplies.
- Represents the organization at various community and/or business meetings, committees, and task forces; promotes existing and new programs and/or policies.
- Communicates effectively with parents, students, school administrators, and community partners in regards to the aquatics program.
- Works with marketing and communications to promote the BT Aquatics program locally, nationally, and internationally.
- Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned.
- Proven program builder with ability to drive revenue while balancing changing priorities.
- High-level vision with practical implementation ability.
- Minimum of 5+ years administrative experience, preferably in an aquatics environment.
- BS required and MA preferred, preferably in the areas of Physical Education and Leadership.
- Experience managing daily operations of multiple pool facilities.
- Experience teaching and coaching swimming.
- Current USA Swimming Coach certification
- Current State of Nebraska High School Coach certification – or willing to get
- ARC Lifeguard Instructor
- Pool Operators (CPO or Nebraska)
- Programs: TeamUnify, Meet manager helpful, + Colorado Dolphin Timing System & IST Timing System
with Space City Aquatic Team
Head Coach Position – Space City Aquatic Team
The Space City Aquatic Team, located in League City, TX just south of Houston, is looking for a dynamic full-time head coach to take our growing program to the next level. The Space City Aquatic Team was founded in 1977 and quickly found success by sending two swimmers to the 1980 Olympic Trials! Today, Space City Aquatic Team provides a comprehensive competitive swim program from Learn to Swim through Masters. Space City has experienced 3X growth over the last 3 years to reach 130 swimmers and a rapidly growing Learn to Swim Program.
- Previous head coaching experience
- 10 plus years coaching experience
- ASCA level 3 or higher
- Experience with team with LTS Program or pre-competitive team
- Previous experience running meets/events a plus
- Strong computer skills with good knowledge of Team Unify system
The prospective coach will fill the “CEO” role and run the day to day operations of the team, including but not limited to:
- Supervise the coaching staff including hiring and firing and ensure all credentials are current
- Work with the Head Age Group Coach to determine coaching assignments
- Attend all board meetings, as well as ensuring the team is represented at LSC meetings
- Support fundraising activities
- Manage the team website and team communications
- Create short and long term plans
- Create a dynamic dryland program that improves performance and decreases injuries
- Create and maintain a budget for the program
This is a salaried position with the salary and compensation commensurate with experience. The ideal starting date for this position is August 1st, but this is negotiable.
Please e-mail resume to [email protected]. Questions may be directed there as well.
with Team Greenville/Greenville County Parks, Recreation, & Tourism
Head Swim Coach and Aquatic Complex Asst. Mgr.
Team Greenville/Greenville County Aquatic Complex @ Westside Park
Greenville County, Parks, Recreation, & Tourism
Competitive Salary (final compensation determination based on individual experience/qualifications)
Complete benefits package including retirement
We are seeking a dynamic, passionate, and capable individual to join our dynamic and award-winning team as Head Swim Coach and Aquatic Complex Assistant Manager. At GCPRT, we are all about building community through our people, parks, & programs – and this position provides great opportunity and meaningful work in an outstanding environment.
Our Team Greenville is a year round program of Greenville County Rec and is regularly recognized as a Silver and Bronze level USA swim club. Team Greenville offers a diversity of competitive, instructional and fitness opportunities for all ages and abilities. The competitive program typically numbers 200 or more swimmers and we plan to grow! Team Greenville practices at the state of the art Greenville County Aquatic Complex @ Westside Park – a 52,000 square foot indoor facility boasting both a 50 meter by 25 yard deep water competition pool and a separate five lane, 25 yard, warm water; teaching, therapy, recreation, and fitness pool.
Essential responsibilities include:
- Overall planning, organizing, and implementation of swimming programs within GCPRT including USA Swimming, United States Masters Swimming and recreational competitive swimming.
- Recruits, trains, supervises, schedules swim coaching staff and volunteers; and assists in supervising aquatic complex staff as needed.
- Schedules all swim team practice, program and meet scheduling. Coordinates effective registration procedures, accurate fee collections, maintain rosters. Oversees meet entry procedures and entry preparation. Maximizes pool usage effectively for practices and meets. Helps coordinate use of pools and scheduling. Schedules and supervises swim meets. Orders and maintains inventory of necessary program equipment, materials and supplies. Assists in maintaining timing equipment and with set up and breakdown activities.
- Cultivates a team approach and works harmoniously with staff of all levels. Communicate efficiently and effectively with all staff, membership, department, and community through newsletters, bulletins, website, appearances, team handbook, booster club, etc.
- Assists with the operation, supervision, maintenance, and programming of aquatic facility.
- Develops and administers a program budget, establish fees, assist in fund raising activities, recruits new members, develops programs and secures facility for program usage, liaise with booster club.
- Evaluates programs for effectiveness and profitability.
- Four years relevant experience – strongly prefer national caliber level experience with proven results such as coaching Junior National Qualifiers and Olympic Trials qualifiers.
- National certification of at least ASCA Level 3 or higher as a swimming coach..
- A passion for swimming and team excellence, exceptional leadership and communication skills, basic knowledge of pool chemistry and controllers, and Microsoft Office proficiency.
- Bachelor’s degree in a related field (significant relevant experience may be substituted for this requirement).
- Must possess (or obtain after hire): safety training for swim coaches and CPR/First Aid/AED certification. Additionally prefer Starguard Lifeguard Training Certification, instructor certification, and CPO &/or AFO certification.
- Valid driver’s license.
- Experience with the following systems is a plus: Team Unify, MM Manager, Colorado Timing, RecTrac.
The Greenville County Parks, Recreation & Tourism is nestled in Upstate South Carolina close to the Blue Ridge Mountains and only three hours from the beach. The area has combined traditional southern charm, stunning natural beauty and an unexpected contemporary cool which has combined to create one of America’s hottest emerging destinations and fastest growing cities. From a revitalized downtown ranked among “America’s Ten Best” by Forbes Magazine to downtown Greenville’s one-of-a-kind Liberty Bridge, quaint shops, boutiques, and fabulous restaurants to a world-class collection of museums, galleries, and theaters to some of the most beautiful lakes, rivers and mountains in the world, Greenville is everything they say it is and more. http://www.visitgreenvillesc.com/
ABOUT GREENVILLE COUNTY PARKS, RECREATION & TOURISM
Creating community through people, parks and programs.
We believe parks and programs offer more than venues for recreation – they create community. Parks improve our quality of life by promoting health and wellness, fostering cultural unity, supporting economic development, and protecting the environment. Our mission is to be a leader in providing diverse, dynamic, ever-improving recreational opportunities in a sustainable manner. We are the largest provider of public leisure opportunities in the greater Greenville, South Carolina area with over fifty five parks and recreation facilities. Our sites provide the setting for a variety of programs for citizens of all ages.
To apply, please visit http://www.greenvillecounty.org/apps/OnlineApplications/ViewOpenJobs.aspx?type=PRT
and submit your online application
(be sure to also upload your resume within the application as well).
Questions regarding the position?
Contact Merv Faassen de Heer at 864-679-SWIM
or email him at [email protected]
with Rock Island/Milan School District #41
http://rockislandschools.org/risd/ > Employment
Head Swim Coach (Boys & Girls) / RIHS
Certified in an approved teaching area or complete an approved State of Illinois coaching program;
Completion certified CPR training;
Broad knowledge of IHSA and NCAA rules, guidelines, and procedures
***$10,272 coaching stipend***
with Bozeman Barracuda Swim Club
SEEKING HEAD COACH TO BUILD ON SUCCESSFUL PROGRAM – BOZEMAN, MT
The Bozeman Swim Club, (BSC), the Barracudas, is in beautiful Bozeman, Montana. We are seeking a full-time, top tier Head Coach with a proven track record to build our successful program in partnership with our non-profit parent Board and active volunteers. We are an age-group based program with 130 swimmers ages 5 and up with athletes ranging from the beginning swimmer up to and including athletes qualifying for upper level meets. We are a Positive Coaching Alliance partner and boast a respectful family culture rich in tradition and excellence and routinely challenge for or win Montana team titles. The club swims in an 8-lane, 50-meter facility. A removable bulkhead is currently being procured to allow practice and competition in a short course format.
Bozeman is an active, growing community in Southwest Montana. It is home to Montana State University and offers a range of recreational and cultural activities well beyond those of other similar-sized communities. World-class fishing, skiing and hiking is right outside our doors and Yellowstone National Park, multiple wilderness areas and federal/state forests and parks are located nearby.
The Barracuda Head Coach will lead all aspects of our competitive swim program including:
Supervision of assistant coaches including hiring and firing,
- Coaching and/or oversight of all groups/levels of athletes,
- Development of the competitive program (both in-water and dryland training) within the framework of the Club’s mission and core values,
- Athlete registration, team management and meet entries,
- Annual and seasonal plan development and review,
- Tracking athlete/team performance,
- Management and evaluation of athlete goal setting and tracking,
- Development of seasonal meet schedule for approval by the Board, and
- Parent meetings and athlete communications
Desired Qualifications include:
- Energetic, dynamic and positive leader that works well in and independent role, possesses strong leadership, organizational and administrative skills;
- A strong background in competitive swimming with a minimum of 3 to 5 years’ progressive coaching experience with a history of leading both novice and high-level age-group swimmers;
- History of working successfully to develop competitive, high-level swimmers by advancing athletes through an age-group program;
- ASCA Level 3 or higher certification;
- Serve as a positive role model for young athletes maintaining high ethical and moral standards;
- Ability to effectively communicate appropriate goals and progressions to swimmers and parents;
- Coaching member in good standing with USA Swimming and current on all background checks and certifications/training including athlete protection, first aid, CPR, AED, coaches safety, etc.;
- Ability to effectively communicate and work with other coaches, the Board of Directors, the local swim center management/staff, volunteers, parents and athletes and be a strong advocate for the sport of competitive swimming
- Ability and desire to serve in various capacities in support of the Montana LSC;
- Proficient computer skills and effective knowledge of Team Unify, Hy-Tek Team Manager, Meet Manager, Main Set, and Microsoft applications (MSWord, Excel, etc.);
- Ability and commitment to abide by USA Swimming Code of Conduct;
- A clean driving record and the ability to travel to all scheduled meets both intrastate and interstate;
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills;
- Strong knowledge of stroke technique, training, dryland progressions, and taper strategies for a range of swimmer ages and abilities;
- Ability to embody the Club’s core values including respect, family and personal development and instill and educate swimmers and parents about the role and value of excellence, commitment and competition in high-level performance;
Compensation will be based on experience. We offer a competitive compensation package including retirement savings plan, education allowance, travel expense reimbursement and health savings plan. Anticipated start date is August 15, 2017. This job announcement will remain open until filled.
with YMCA of Greater New York
SALARY: $12.00 P/H – $16.50 P/H
The YMCA of Greater New York reaches half a million New Yorkers through programs that focus on youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. The Prospect Park YMCA is seeking qualified individuals who will be responsible for the health and safety of patrons using the facility.
- Must be Instructor Ready: uniform, pocket face mask/gloves, whistle and rescue tube.
- Continuous and active scanning of the pool.
- Ensure instructional equipment remains in good condition; have all equipment ready prior to classes and put away after.
- Know and understand the Emergency Action Plan and Emergency Evacuation Routes.
- Enforce aquatics safety rules consistently and fairly.
- Perform second duties, as requested, only when not lifeguarding.
- Maintain positive relationships with members and staff.
- Follow the directions of the YMCA of Greater New York aquatic supervisors, in accordance with the YMCA aquatic standards.
- Must attain the YMCA Swim Lesson Instructor certification within 90 days of hire.
- Maintain certification level of physical and mental readiness. Responsible for recertification before expiration.
- Actively participate in training sessions, designated meetings and special events.
- High School diploma or equivalent.
- Current YMCA Lifeguard certification or equivalent.
- Current CPRO, First Aid and Emergency Oxygen certifications.
- Demonstrate swim strokes, lifeguard rescues and CPRO/FA/EO skills.
- Must be willing to work flexible hours, including weekends and holidays.
- Excellent hospitality skills.
We offer an exciting and innovative work environment with a culture committed to serving all members of our community. As a leading not-for-profit, community service organization, our Association relies heavily on fundraising to support the wide range of programs we proudly provide the communities we serve. Our expectation is that all staff promotes participation of their branch fundraising efforts in some capacity. If you would like to be a member of our dynamic team, please forward your cover letter and resume with subject line “Lifeguard” to [email protected] or to:
Prospect Park YMCA
Attn.: Amy Whitsell
357 Ninth Street
Brooklyn, NY 11215
New York City’s YMCA | WE’RE HERE FOR GOOD
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER ♦ DRUGFREE WORKPLACE
with Northwest YMCA Neptunes
The Northwest Branch YMCA has a great opportunity for swim team coach to lead established program. The head swim team coach will be responsible for recruitment, development and retention of swim team members. Current squad has more than 100 members during the short course. Head coach will be ASCA Level 3 or higher. This is a YMCA run, parent supported program. Coach will be responsible for development and organization of parent/volunteer committee. Position must maintain YMCA lifeguard, CPR Professional Rescue, AED, First Aid and O2 at all times. Head coach reports directly to the Branch Director. To see the full job description and to apply please follow this link: https://careers-ymcawichita.icims.com/jobs/1341/competitive-coach—swim/job Applications due by 4/24/2017.
Facilities – indoor eight lane competitive pool. Recreational indoor pool and outdoor water park with slides, lazy river and splash park. Outdoor pool also has 4 lap lanes available for outside training.
Branch – the Northwest Branch is 115,000 square feet with over 22,000 members and opened in 2006.
with GEORGE FOX UNIVERSITY
George Fox University Athletics
OPENING DATE: March 2017
WORK SCHEDULE: Full-time, 10 months
START DATE: July 1, 2017
Standard contract date of August 15th-June 15th
ABOUT GEORGE FOX UNIVERSITY ATHLETICS:
Our Vision: To be the team to beat in NCAA Division III sports with the most formative athletic experience in the country.
Our Mission: To provide a competitive experience that breeds athletic excellence, academic success and Christ-like character.
Our Values: Christ-centered community, high respect for the sport, relentless pursuit of excellence, integrity in all things, self-discipline for success, total commitment to team.
As Oregon’s premier Christian university, George Fox offers a wide variety of opportunities to serve in a Christian community that delivers the promise that each student will Be Known – personally, academically and spiritually. In athletics, our mission to take the student athlete and foster them in a competitive environment so that when they leave campus and head into the world, they are high achievers who expect excellence in all they do. Our hope is that through athletics, young men and women learn essential life skills that prepare them to be Christ followers and world changers.
George Fox University is seeking a proven winner who is prepared and excited to launch men’s and women’s intercollegiate swimming. In addition to a sustained and consistent level of coaching success, the ideal candidate for head coach will be a person of integrity, a spiritual leader and a source of inspiration to student-athletes, fans and alumni.
- Launch what will become a nationally prominent men’s and women’s swimming program that will contend for conference, regional, and national honors.
- Recruit talented, high caliber student athletes who perform in the pool and in the classroom as well as contribute to the mission of the university
- Manage a roster of at least 50 student athletes
- Lead fundraising efforts in support of Bruin Athletics
- Adhere to the stated philosophy and established guidelines set forth by George Fox University, NCAA Division III, and the Northwest Conference
- Oversee and manage assistant coaches
- Manage practice schedules and program budgets
- Schedule travel arrangements for team
- Oversee home meet management
- Work closely with CPRD for facility scheduling and maintenance
- Collaborate with university Admissions, Sports Marketing, Student Life, Academics and Alumni & Parent relations to ensure that student athletes are fully integrated into campus culture
- Administrative and/or teaching responsibilities
- Master’s Degree preferred, coupled with extensive experience managing/directing swim meets
- Successful coaching and recruiting experience required, preferably at the collegiate level
- Extensive knowledge of swimming required, including strong familiarity with NCAA rules and guidelines
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
- Evangelical Christian commitment and lifestyle consistent with the university’s mission as described on our website.
- Candidates should value an environment that reflects the diversity of God’s kingdom, engages in global concerns, and connects culturally.
- Red Cross Lifeguard Instructor
- Red Cross Water Safety Instructor
- Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Trainer
COMPENSATION: Commensurate with experience
REPORTS TO: Director of Athletics
BENEFITS: Vacation and sick leave; holidays; medical, dental, life, disability insurance; retirement plan; and tuition remission.
TO APPLY: Apply only through the following link https://georgefoxstaff.applicantpool.com/jobs/141780.html
with Las Vegas Swim Club
Lead Coach – Silver Group & Gold 2 Group
- Present and on deck, coaching for group swim practices, On deck coaching requires 10 to 12 hours weekly
- Responsible to write all practice workouts for assigned groups
- Accountable for the athletes’ swim meet entries
- Attend all swim meets when Silver and Gold 2 athletes are participating
- Local meet commitment is typically one weekend per month
- Attendance at out of town travel meets and qualifying meets is expected
- Design season plans (long course and short course) and create general direction of assigned groups
- Communicate seasonal peak and taper swim periods with the dryland Coach for collaborative training plans
Novice 1, 2 and Bronze Assistant Coach
- Attend and assist lead coach with practice as needed, On deck, as assistant coach, requires 2 to 4 hours weekly
- Assist the coach and athletes of these groups at meets
MANAGEMENT, LEADERSHIP, and ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES
LVSC has a strong commitment to the quality of the entire program. Every swimmer (from State Champion to 1st week Novice) and family should know they are important and should feel free to discuss their athletes, questions and concerns with Coaches. Parents, Coaches and Board Members are all working together to provide the best possible environment for the athletes. With that in mind; organization and communication will be a significant portion of the Assistant Head Coach Age Group position. Responsibilities include (not limited to):
- General oversight of the Developmental side of the teams’ training program
- Developmental Groups include Novice 1 and 2, Bronze, Gold 2, and some Silver
- Development portion of the team equates to approximately 100 swimmers
- Form a Developmental plan with marked direction and progression points for the Development Groups
- Work collectively with the Head Coach and Assistant Head Coach – Senior, to shape the direction and progression of the LVSC program as a whole
- Expected to attend meetings such as LVSC Coach, Desert Committee, Board of Directors meetings
- Conduct monthly try-outs of perspective swimmers
- Attend coach education courses in person and online
- Teach and train team coaches, monitor and evaluate their progress
- Organization and execution of swim clinics and other learning opportunities for athletes
- Assist in Parent education program that includes classes, written guides, and on-deck observations
- Communicate and be the first point of contact for parents of Novice, Bronze, Silver and Gold 2 group athletes
- Seek out appropriate competition and participatory opportunities (i.e. Rec League, Dual meets)
- Potential to develop a coordinated Las Vegas year-round “development/recreation league”
- Scheduling and organize the following:
- Practice Schedules – includes sending information to coaches and parents
- Working with city, county and private facilities to coordinate available pool space
- Coach schedules for practice and coverage
- Coordinating 1-on-1 swimmer/coach private lessons with available pool space and coach