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Assistant Swim Coach

  • Level of Commitment Full Time
  • Position Type Assistant Coach
  • Level of Team Club
  • Sport Swimming
Multnomah Athletic Club

Date posted: February 28, 2022

Location: 1849 Southwest Salmon Street, Portland, OR, USA

with Multnomah Athletic Club

The Assistant Coach is on deck coaching for multiple squads ranging in age from 5-18 years 6 days per week. Average deck time is 21 hours per week. Additional meet and travel time both locally and nationally as needed and outlined by the head coach. Administrative duties will include consistent and timely communication with all swimmers and their families, squad management, new athlete registration, event planning and utilization of software systems (MS office,Team Unify, HyTek), and running Summer Swim Camps at the club. The Assistant Coach will plan their squad’s seasonal practices, meets, travel, athlete education and their own professional development with the guidance of the Head and Age Group Coach. Requires Current Coach Member in good standing with USA Swimming and Lifeguard Certification. Minimum 3 years swim coaching experience and a passion for the sport along with professional drive.

The MAC (Multnomah Athletic Club) is looking for a confident coach with strong leadership skills to motivate and enhance our program, who is passionate about working with youth athletes primarily 12 & under but is comfortable coaching all levels. This coach needs to be able to have good decision making skills that are in the best interest of the athlete and the program and be able to create a safe and positive environment in order for our athletes to be able to reach their potential.


  1. Experience coaching Novice through Championship Age Group Swimmers.
  2. Bachelor’s degree or 5 years related work experience.
  3. Cooperative and respectful communication style.
  4. Strong organizational, administrative skills and attention to detail.
  5. Well-versed in Team Unify along with a working knowledge of Microsoft office.
  6. Able to work seamlessly with all coaches to ensure that athletes 15 & under are being prepared for long-term progression through the team.

  • Full-time employees may choose from a comprehensive benefit & welfare package including medical, dental, and vision insurance.
  • Facility use privileges including exercise room, climbing gym, swimming pools, and exercise classes
  • Free parking
  • Discounted public transportation passes
  • 401(k) retirement program with employer match
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Access to Headspace wellness app
  • Discounted club services and meals
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. Additionally, all members, guests & staff are required to wear face masks and to maintain appropriate physical distancing where possible. 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.
The Multnomah Athletic Club is an equal opportunity at will employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of age, race, religion, color, disability, sex, sexual orientation or national origin.

Head High School & Club Swim Coach (combined position) Columbus North High School & Donner Swim Club

  • Level of Commitment Full Time
  • Position Type Head Coach
  • Level of Team Club, High School
  • Sport Swimming

Date posted: February 28, 2022

Location: 1400 25th Street, Columbus, IN, USA

with Columbus North High School Men's and Women's Swim Team and Donner Swim Club

Columbus North High School Head Coach

Reports To:  Brian Lewis, Athletic Director

Columbus North High School (CNHS) is a public high school of 2,100 students in Columbus, Indiana with a strong academic and athletic reputation. In swimming, the Bull Frogs have 10 Boys State Titles, and 31 top-5 finishes to go along with 1 Girls State Title and 14 top-5 finishes. It is anticipated that the boys will have about 30 returning swimmers/divers for the 2021-2022 season, and that the girls will have about 30 returning swimmers/divers. The CNHS Natatorium has an 8-lane 25-meter pool with a moveable bulkhead to adjust to 25 yards for competition, along with a separate full-size diving well with two 1-meter boards and one 3- meter board.

The Head Coach serves as a motivational figure who inspires high morale, builds team cohesiveness, communicates effectively and provides positive reinforcement. The position will lead 3-4 assistant coaches and 60 swimmers.

CNHS Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university
  • Swim coaching experience necessary
  • Prior success as a competitive swimmer at the club or collegiate level desired
  • American Swimming Coaches Association or higher certification preferred; be a member in good standing of USA Swimming
  • First Aid/CPR certification, USA Swimming Coaches Safety Training, USA Swimming Athletes Protection, USA Swimming Background Check, and pre-employment background and drug screen required
  • Indiana Teaching License/Certification desired but not required as position could be paired with a position within the Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation

Essential CNHS Duties:

  • Responsible for all facets of the swim program
  • Coach swimmers to perform at the highest competitive levels
  • Establish an environment that fosters positive team attitudes, encourages self-discipline, sportsmanship, leadership, responsibility, and promotes athlete academic success
  • Inspire confidence in the athletes, coaches and parents
  • Advise and counsel swimmers who wish to pursue development opportunities and/or collegiate competition, including writing letters of recommendation, if requested
  • Plan and coordinate activities of coaching staff
  • Oversees the care and operation of the swim facilities
  • Review, enhance and enforce all safety procedures
  • Ensure coaches and participants are properly trained and conditioned
  • Ensure compliance with all applicable IHSAA and USA swimming rules and regulations
  • Maintain working knowledge of current swim techniques and instructional methods
  • Communicate clearly with athletes and families


Donner Swim Club Head Coach

Reports to:  Donner Swim Club Board of Directors

Donner Swim Club (DSC) is one of Indiana oldest and most successful Swim Clubs. DSC was formed in 1948 and incorporated in 1965. DSC has nearly 140 swimmers utilizing a year-round pool, and one warm-weather pool. The Club uses the CNHS Natatorium (8-lane 25m/y facility with separate diving well, seating for 500) and the outdoor Donner Park Pool (8-lane 50m facility with separate diving well, seating for up to 1,000).

DSC has a strong tradition for hosting successful meets, hosting long course championship meets as long ago as 1959 (LC Age Group State) and as recently as 2012 with the USA Swimming Central Zone 14 & Under Championship. DSC also often hosts divisional championship short course meets for Indiana Swimming. The Club hosts three invitational meets (2 short course, 1 long course) during a normal year.

DSC swimmers have always been competitive in the water, and in open water competition as well. The DSC records can be found at www.donnerswimclub.org. The Club has had members on the USA Swimming Junior National Team, USA Swimming Olympic Trials, and USA Swimming Open Water Olympic Trials qualifiers.

DSC Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university
  • Club leadership and coaching experience preferred
  • Prior success as a competitive swimmer at the club or collegiate level desired
  • American Swimming Coaches Association (ASCA); be a member in good standing of USA Swimming
  • Strong knowledge of and experience in state, regional and national swim competition
  • Positive communication and coaching style that develops swimmers and leadership skills who is willing and able to engage swimmers of all levels and motivate them for success
  • Hy-Tek Meet Manager software proficiency desired
  • First Aid/CPR certification, USA Swimming Coaches Safety Training, USA Swimming Athletes Protection, USA Swimming Background Check, and pre-employment background and drug screen required

Essential DSC Duties:

  • Lead, create, implement, and oversee a training program for the Club
  • Work with assistant coaches to develop the overall philosophy and maintain the structure of the Club
  • Manage the development of the annual schedule for all swim groups, including but not limited to practices, meets and coaching schedules/assignments
  • Coach the program’s senior level training group in addition to observing and assisting with other swim groups
  • Supervise and guide assistant swim coaches
  • In consultation with the Board, manage assistant swim coach staffing and perform annual evaluations for all staff
  • Attend Indiana Swimming Administrative and Coaches meetings as required
  • Participate in staff and board meetings
  • Maintain current certifications as required for position
  • Promote and ensure the conditions specified under USA Safe Sport for all members associated with the Club
  • Communicate effectively with athletes, families, and other coaches
  • Model proper dress, language, demeanor and sportsmanship for the athletes
  • Create an educational, safe and inviting experience for all participants
  • Actively promote the sport of swimming within the community and develop a set of goals to continually further the growth of Donner Swim Club


About Columbus, Indiana

Columbus has a population of around 48,000, yet has been ranked sixth in the nation for architectural innovation and design by the American Institute of Architects, right behind Chicago, New York, Boston, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. In addition to the Columbus Historic District, the city has numerous buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places, including seven National Historic Landmarks of modernist architecture.

In November 2010, Forbes Magazine selected Columbus as one of the top ten best small cities to raise a family, saying Columbus is one of the cities that, “sweep our ranking of quiet, prosperous, and family-friendly places…these places boast solid average incomes, good educational prospects, low costs, short commute times, and high rates of home ownership.” National Geographic Traveler ranked Columbus 11th on its historic destinations list in late 2008, describing the city as “authentic, unique, and unspoiled.” The Columbus Parks and Recreation Department was named the #1 Park system for its size by the National Recreation and Park Association.

In 2014, Area Development ranked Columbus the #1 small metro in the U.S. and an impressive #2 overall out of all 379 surveyed metropolitan statistical areas in the nation. Columbus is the headquarters of the engine company Cummins, Inc.

Columbus is located on I-65 between Indianapolis and Louisville; within 90 minutes of three international airports (including Cincinnati), making it easily accessible.

Swim Instructor for kids

  • Level of Commitment Part Time
  • Position Type Aquatics Staff
  • Level of Team Other
  • Sport Swimming
The Swim Revolution

Date posted: February 26, 2022

Location: 2859 Paces Ferry Road Southeast, Atlanta, GA, USA

with The Swim Revolution

Who are we looking for?

We are a close-knit team that believes in delivering amazing experiences for all of our swimmers and their families. An ideal candidate would be a dynamic, fun-loving individual who wants to spend time playing in the water at work. We are looking for individuals who want to add to the fun!

Past Experience:

There is no one way to make a great swim instructor, but the ideal candidate loves to work with kids. Applicants with the following on their resume: 2+ years professional experience with kids, a background in competitive swimming,a current Red Cross Lifeguard/CPR/First Aid/AED certification are highly considered. A LOVE for children and the water is a must!

6 months MINIMUM experience as a swim instructor at another organization or private lesson company.


We start our instructors at $16hr. Once they pass through our training program they are bumped up to $16/hr. All of our raises are based on the number of kids you teach. After you teach 2500 kids, you are eligible for monthly profit-sharing bonuses!

Who is The Swim Revolution?

The Swim Revolution is the premier swim academy in Atlanta. We are a diverse group of individuals that share the same goal, to deliver an amazing experience for our swimmers and their families. We value community, getting dirty, being care-FUL, taking ownership, and amazing our customers. At TSR your voice matters. Our swim instructors are important to shaping our company culture.

Summer Swim Head Coach

  • Level of Commitment Part Time
  • Position Type Head Coach
  • Level of Team Recreational
  • Sport Swimming
Summerfield North Stingrays

Date posted: February 25, 2022

Location: 8519 Strickland Road, Raleigh, NC, USA

with Summerfield North Stingrays

Summerfield North Stingrays are looking for an experienced team of coaches for our young members (4-17 years) who participate in the Summerfield North Stingrays Swim Team from May through July, 20-25 hours/week. Energetic personalities encouraged, must be able to maintain structure while still providing a fun instructional environment.
We are looking for a Head Coach to guide our Assistant Coach and Six-and-Under Coach in leading our team of roughly 100 swimmers. Head and Assistant Coaches will be responsible for overseeing Six-and-Under Coach as necessary.

18+ for Head Coach and Assistant Coach positions
Collegiate-level swimming experience preferred for Head Coach position
Able to provide coaching that is technically age, and developmentally appropriate.
Able to handle groups of children of all ages
Works well with other adults and able to delegate responsibilities accordingly
Lifeguard/CPR Certification required (CPR/AED a minimum)

-Setup scheduling for Assistant Coaching Staff and lead them into becoming good coaches and practicing safety at all times
-Plan team practice and meet schedules, including coach scheduling and meet entry assignments/line-ups
-Assist with setting goals and expectations for Assistant Coaches and delegating tasks to achieve them
-Input swimmer data into programs necessary for all meets and posting meet heat sheets for all TSA dual meets
-Proactively establish and maintain good swim team parent relations which includes providing appropriate levels of access and communication
-Lead the coaches and swim team at all meets
-Be on deck before swimmers begin practice to greet swimmers and parents
-Participate in all team activities and events including the banquet, spirit events, and team bonding events.

Competitive Swim Director/head Coach

  • Level of Commitment Full Time
  • Position Type Head Coach
  • Level of Team Club
  • Sport Swimming

Date posted: February 25, 2022

Location: 100 Fanny Road, Mountain Lakes, NJ, USA

with Lakeland Hills Family YMCA

Job Description


Job Title: Competitive Swimming Director                        Department: Competitive Aquatics

Reports to:  Senior Program Director                               Date: February 2021

Job Category: Full-Time

Who we are:

The purpose of the Lakeland Hills Family YMCA Swim Team is to use competition as a means of learning the lifelong values of goal setting and discipline for success. Swimmers will learn to improve their skills as well as learn the value of teamwork and sportsmanship within a safe, healthy, and positive competitive atmosphere led by capable coaches. Our coaches exemplify YMCA leaders who strive to build not only character but children who are healthy in bodies, mind, and spirit.


The Lakeland Hills Family YMCA swim team is a nationally recognized competitive team that trains over 200 swimmers year-round.  The Competitive Swimming Director/Head Coach will lead the team to continued competitive excellence and is supported by an experienced and dedicated staff of coaches who work daily to nurture competitive swimmers’ potential across all ages and performance levels.  The Competitive Swimming Director is responsible for guiding the coaches, swimmers, and parents as a team to attain its goals and objectives. He/she oversees the general planning of the National Team. Communication lines are to be well established with staff, swimmers, and parents. All members of the coaching staff report directly to the Competitive Swimming Director.


Our highly trained and qualified coaching professionals guide each swimmer’s career, from in-house meets to National level competitions. We focus on training the whole athlete, including nutritional education, mental approach to training and racing, dry land exercise (including injury prevention circuits and strength & conditioning routines), and a strong emphasis on technical proficiency in the water.


A parent Committee provides support to the Head Coach and Team in a variety of different functions. The Head Coach reports directly to the Lakeland Hills Family YMCA Senior Program Director.


Essential Functions:

Program Quality:

  • Ensure a high-quality swim team program through innovative program development, newest swimming techniques and evaluation.
  • Champion a culture of best-in-class program quality and experience in all assigned areas, including on- and off-site practice and meets, community partnerships, and swim team events.
  • Ensure that programming aligns with all national, state, local, and YMCA quality standards.
  • Follow all Safe Sport guidelines and trainings that are required.
  • Intentionally and continuously strives to promote a culture that values and strengthens diversity and inclusion.
  • Demonstrate and uphold the YMCA’s core values of Caring, Honesty, Respect, and Responsibility always.


Swimmer Experience:

  • Scout and recruit swimmers to join the swim team.
  • Promote the LHYMCA swim team through offering summer stroke clinics
  • Determine ability and skill level of swimmers before creating training programs and establishing individual training goals and objectives for all swimmers.
  • Develop and implement training programs that teach swimming technique and strokes utilizing a range of activities to improve confidence, ability, speed, and style.
  • Motivate swimmers to achieve goals while fostering engagement and development.
  • Develop and lead strategies to ensure swim team members connect with each other to foster a sense of community and servant leadership,
  • Educating swimmers on topics that directly affect their performance as well as the development of their life skills. Manage, in conjunction with the National Team Chairperson, the development of the National team:


Swim Team Administration:

  • Oversee daily operations of the team and (with staff) maintain logbooks with attendance, workouts, times, and goals. Develop and work toward the senior objectives that support each swimmer’s personal growth towards their potential by:
  • Manage all aspects and development of a knowledgeable, and cohesive coaching staff ensuring their hiring, orientation, training, evaluation, and certifications in safety and competitive swimming are current.
  • Ensure the safety for all program participants and ensure all safety standards are followed by team members and coaching staff.
  • Communicate with parents and team members through newsletters, letters, postcards, bulletin board, family folders, phone hotline, emails, website, and the creation of a Team Handbook. Act as a liaison between the Association management, coaches, and parents.
  • Create a published season schedule and outline of practices, local, regional and national competitions, special events, lectures, meetings and other activities.
  • Plan and organize team meetings to ensure consistent communications, directions, and accountability.
  • Partner with the Marketing department to ensure effective promotion and visibility of the swim team.
  • Organize appropriate fundraising to support the team and the Lakeland Hills Family YMCA.
  • Create a budget for the swim team for approval as part of the budget process. Ensure compliance with LHYMCA fiscal policies and ensure expenses are within budget.



Required Skills and Qualifications

  • Must be experienced with all levels of competitive YMCA/USA swimming and a Level 3 Coach Certification.
  • Must maintain all necessary certifications within YMCA, USA-S, and ASCA organizations.
  • Must be an ASCA and USA-S member and continue to obtain coaching credits.
  • Should possess knowledge in strength training, flexibility training, technique, use of drills, pacing with race strategy, mental training, nutrition, communication with different levels of swimmers, and working successfully with parents.
  • Must be experienced in coaching swimmers of all ages.
  • Must possess effective interpersonal skills to educate swimmers and parents on the aspects of swimming.
  • Must have experience in administrative duties, including the delegation of responsibility to assistant coaches, and parent volunteers.
  • Must be able to coordinate meets, organize and distribute team’s and staff’s season plans and schedules.
  • Must be able to educate coaching staff on all aspects of coaching.
  • Must have knowledge of Hy-Tek Software, Team Unify, Meet Manager, and Colorado Timing System and basic computer skills.


Physical Requirements:


The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; reach with hands or arms; lift and/or move up to 50 pounds; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee is frequently required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; and talk or hear. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. In addition, because this job involves being in or near a pool, the employee must at a minimum be able to swim 500 yards, perform a 5-minute water tread, and perform the brick-recovery test in 12 feet of water.

Assistant Men’s and Women’s Swimming Coach

  • Level of Commitment Full Time
  • Position Type Assistant Coach
  • Level of Team College (Division II)
  • Sport Swimming
Quincy Univesity

Date posted: February 25, 2022

Location: 1841 N Elmwood Dr, Quincy, IL 62301, USA

with Quincy Univesity

Quincy University, a Franciscan Catholic liberal arts university invites applications for the position of Assistant Men’s and Women’s Swimming Coach.




  • Serves as a representative of the University, displaying courtesy, tact, consideration, and discretion in all interactions with the members of the QU community and with the public.
  • Assists the Head Coach with training, coaching, scouting and recruitment of student-athletes.
  • Assist with scheduling and travel arrangements
  • Manage strength and conditioning program for student-athletes
  • Perform other duties assigned by the Head Swimming Coach



  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Experience and/or coaching experience at the collegiate level
  • Strong written and oral communication skills.
  • Ability to work with diverse student populations.
  • Flexible working hours (nights and weekends).



Aquatics Director

  • Level of Commitment Full Time
  • Position Type Aquatics Staff
  • Level of Team Recreational, Other
  • Sport Swimming
Usdan Summer Camp for the Arts

Date posted: February 25, 2022

Location: Wheatley Heights, NY, USA

with Usdan Summer Camp for the Arts

Aquatics Director at Usdan Summer Camp for the Arts (Long Island, NY)



The Usdan Pools consist of three different areas, a wading pool (3 feet deep), a swimming pool (4.5 feet deep), and a diving pool (12 feet deep) with two diving boards. The Aquatics Director (AD) oversees all activities and staff working at the swimming pools for the 8-week camp season. Usdan currently follows the American Red Cross system for instruction (Learn to Swim program) and lifeguard certification. (Other certifications may be discussed.) The AD brings expertise in swim instruction and water safety to create a fun, safe environment for young people and faculty to enjoy the water during and immediately following the camp day. The Aquatics Director is responsible for:

  • Annual review and documentation of the camp’s safety plan for swimming;
  • Adhering to policies and procedures for pool usage, including entry, buddy checks, and exits of the pool;
  • In consultation with the Director of Education and the Senior Director of Student Affairs the AD, ensures policies and procedures for changing rooms are being adhered to by all persons;
  • Supervising the lifeguards, swim instructors, and swim attendants. Tasks includes assigning responsibilities and duties; managing schedules during the work day; and making sure staff have the appropriate, necessary certifications for their roles;
  • Following and implementing Usdan’s procedures for interviewing and hiring new employees to fill open swim staff positions;
  • Scheduling routine pool maintenance;
  • Modeling positive instruction and mentoring the lifeguards, swim instructors, and swim attendants;
  • Conduct regular swim staff meetings;
  • Collaborating and communicating with the Deans in regards to students who require extra attention or support;
  • Maintaining inventory of Swim supplies and advising on the purchase of new materials as needed;
  • Responding to parent and/or caretaker inquiries about the Swim program;
  • Participating in Leadership meetings with the Director of Education and Department Chairs;
  • Attending Usdan staff training sessions pre-season;
  • Attending NYS Department of Health preparation and readiness sessions (pre-season and during)


The Aquatics Director works with a camp full of arts and education professionals to support a diverse body of students.


The successful job candidate will be passionate about swimming and an enthusiastic educator, who works well with people of all ages. As the lead representative of the camp’s Swim program, the Director will be a role model for many students and staff. The successful candidate will have a willingness to try new things, welcome feedback, and be open to collaborating with others. Perhaps most importantly, successful candidates consistently demonstrate empathy and respect for children and colleagues.


To perform this job successfully, you must be able to work in an outdoor camp environment and communicate with students and other staff effectively. Usdan provides staff with protocols at the beginning of the season that they are expected to read and follow. At the same time, Usdan staff understands that new challenges may arise during the camp season and often work together to problem solve and figure out solutions as we go. The successful candidate will be adaptable and solutions-oriented.


The above job description is not intended to be an all-inclusive list of duties and standards of the position. The Aquatics Director will be expected to follow any other instructions, and perform any other related duties, as assigned by their supervisor.



  • Minimum of five years experience teaching, preferably with students of a wide range of ages and experiences.
  • Must have experience hiring staff, including selection, interview, and on-boarding.
  • Must complete New York State required trainings, including but not limited to a Sexual Harassment Prevention training and a Child Abuse and Neglect/Maltreatment Identification course. Links to required trainings will be provided after hiring.
  • Must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and if eligible as defined by the CDC, have received a COVID-19 booster shot, before the first day of the camp season.
  • Must have a minimum of:
    • one season of previous experience as a camp aquatics director at a New York State children’s camp; or
    • two seasons of previous experience consisting of at least 12 weeks as a children’s camp lifeguard which had more than one lifeguard supervising it at a time; or
    • 18 weeks of previous experience as a lifeguard at a swimming pool or bathing beach, which had more than one lifeguard supervising it at a time.
  • Must hold accepted and current certifications for Water Safety Instructor (WSI).
  • Certification for Water Safety Instructor Trainer (WSIT) is preferred.
  • Must possess current certification in a training course for lifeguard supervision and management as described below by NYS guidelines.



  • Monday – Friday, June 27 – August 19, 2022, 8:30 AM -4:30 PM, closed July 4.
  • Required pre-season commitments include:
    • Staff Orientation: tentatively scheduled for Saturday, June 4 AND Saturday, June 11, 9:30am-2:30pm (a two-day event pre-season, usually on a weekend).
    • Family Orientation: TBD (a three-hour event to host families in the studios on campus. Usually on a weeknight in June).
    • Work with the Chief Operating Officer to support pool preparation.
  • End of season commitments: Swim equipment pack up, if needed.



  • The Aquatic Director will be provided with a stipend to cover all work performed during and in preparation for the camp season. Stipend for the 8-week session is $12,600. Family orientation, staff orientation, and any additional approved pre-season preparation time is paid at an additional day rate.
  • Complimentary use of the pool for their own purposes, pre- and post-season, pending availability, and occasional use of other facilities (g. tennis courts).
  • Usdan summer camp tuition discounts for school aged dependents.
  • Workshops in subjects like yoga, ceramics, and archery with other faculty and staff, if offered.
  • Transportation:
    • Free parking on campus
    • Subsidized train ride or toll reimbursement for NYC faculty provided at the end of the season.


Pool Director

  • Level of Commitment Full Time
  • Position Type Other
  • Level of Team Club
  • Sport Swimming
Belmont Country Club

Date posted: February 24, 2022

Location: Belmont Country Club, 181 Winter St, Belmont, MA, USA

with Belmont Country Club

Looking for a seasonal full time Pool Director to oversee the daily operation of an outdoor pool and kiddie pool at a private, upscale Country Club located just outside of Boston. Responsibilities include:

-Managing and training Lifeguard staff

-Scheduling for staff

-Enforcing both safety and Club rules

-Overseeing daily operations including all aquatic activities

-Assures that all safety/accident/emergency policies and procedures are in place and consistently followed

-Maintain chemicals and proper chemical balance in pool

-Look after all mechanical equipment, interact with outside contractors to maintain pool facility

-Resolve member and guest issues

-Make recommendations about possible capital budget requirements

-Manage pool area (including lockers/changing room/restroom) for cleanliness and communicate with other managers when issues arise

-Perform other appropriate tasks assigned by the Committee or GM

-Keep GM informed of activities/issues as necessary

-Interact with Membership and guests with civility and respect

-Test swimming pool water and maintain daily log of water test results for local health department inspections.

Reports to: General Manager

Qualifications/Requirements: Current certification in lifeguard, First Aid, CPR, AED, + CPO

Experience: Supervising experience: 1 year (Preferred), Management: 1 year (Preferred)

Competitive pay with potential for overtime, Seasonal Full Time position- Wknds and Holidays a must

Belmont Country Club, is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, age, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, genetic information, medical condition, disability, marital status, or protected veteran status.

Graduate Assistant Swim Coach

  • Level of Commitment Part Time
  • Position Type Assistant Coach
  • Level of Team College (Division I)
  • Sport Swimming
Valparaiso University

Date posted: February 24, 2022

Location: Valparaiso, IN, USA

with Valparaiso University

The graduate assistant swim coach will partner and support the head coach to create the most comprehensive development program possible for student-athletes to reach their potential as individuals.  Manage a diverse set of responsibilities including but not limited to, recruiting organization, compliance oversight of all NCAA rules, travel planning, academic monitoring of student-athletes, community service initiative liaison, and in and out of the pool training of team members (practice and competition).



Knowledge of NCAA Division I rules pertaining to recruiting, financial aid, and daily team operations.

Strong practical swimming and college experience

Bachelor degree

Excellent written and oral communication skills


Compensation- Tuition and fees for 9 credit hours per semester and monthly stipend.



Full Time Assistant Coach- CCA Swimming

  • Level of Commitment Full Time
  • Position Type Assistant Coach
  • Level of Team Club
  • Sport Swimming
California Capital Aquatics (CCA Swimming)

Date posted: February 23, 2022

Location: 3051 Woodcreek Oaks Boulevard, Roseville, CA, USA

with California Capital Aquatics (CCA Swimming)

California Capital Aquatics (CCA) in Roseville, CA is looking for a FULL-TIME Assistant Coach.  Responsibilities would include daily workout management, meet attendance, regular staff meetings, and administrative work.  The right candidate would be the Lead Coach of two training groups and involved in all aspects of CCA programming and planning in coordination with the Head Coach/CEO and Head Age Group Coach.

Preferred experience is 4+ years of USA Swimming Club Coaching, equivalent swimming experience will be considered (Seasonal Leadership, Collegiate Coaching).  Excellent communication and organizational skills are required in order to build strong relationships with our swimmers, their families, and the Roseville swimming community.
Additional preferred skills include:
Dryland Training Background/Certifications
Knowledge in USA Swimming Meet Operations (Computer Ops/Colorado Knowledge)
Social Media Promotions
Volunteer/Membership Administrative Management
TeamUnify Operational Knowledge

This is a FULL-TIME NON-EXEMPT Position.
Starting Pay is $50,000 annually + Overtime
Annual Retirement Benefit
80 hours PTO annually w/rollover
Two week “August Break”, Post Meet days off, and holiday breaks
Includes signing bonus of $2500
No healthcare benefit

Starting date would be April 18th, 2022 but is negotiable for the preferred candidate.


Multiple Coaching Positions (Full-Time & Part-time)

  • Level of Commitment Full Time
  • Position Type Assistant Coach
  • Level of Team Club
  • Sport Swimming
DART Swimming

Date posted: February 23, 2022

Location: Sacramento, CA, USA

with DART Swimming

DART Swimming


Locations: Sacramento, Natomas, Davis, Fairfield, Napa, and Winters


DART Swimming currently has multiple openings for coaches heading into the spring/summer seasons.  We have locations in Sacramento, Natomas, Davis, and Fairfield CA.

Positions Open:

  1. Full Time Age Group Coach(es) – Leading our 10/U swimmers at our new location at the Natomas Aquatic Center (Natomas California)
  2. Part-time Coaches – We have positions open for part-time coaches and swim instructors at all locations (Sacramento, Natomas, Davis, and Fairfield).
    1. Part-time positions can pick up multiple coaching jobs to create a more full-time employment.


Established in 1961, DART Swimming team has become a premier program within the Northern California region.  DART was a 2020 Gold Medal USA Swimming Team with three athletes from our program finishing top 8 at the 2021 Olympic Trials.  We offer programs for all levels including USA Swimming year-round training (elite competitive groups, novice groups), seasonal recreational swim groups, and swim lessons.

Applicant must be current with all USA Swimming coaching requirements, or willing to acquire them quickly.


DART offers a competitive salary, health insurance stipend, retirement plan with matching to full time employees.

FT – Age Group Coach

  • Level of Commitment Full Time
  • Position Type Assistant Coach
  • Level of Team Club
  • Sport Swimming
Club Wolverine

Date posted: February 23, 2022

Location: Ann Arbor, MI, USA

with Club Wolverine

Club Wolverine is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Age Group Coach. This position will report directly to the Head Coach/Executive Director and Associate Head Coach.


  1. Lead and assist with multiple practice groups
  2. Manage daily workouts under supervision of Associate Head Coach
  3. Attend all meets in which your group is participating in
  4. Manage assistant coaches working with designated groups 
  5. Communication: establish open communication with parents and swimmers. Send out weekly group updates to parents. 
  6. Attend weekly staff meetings
  7. Additional admin duties based off the needs of the club and applicants strengths


  1. USA Swimming Coach Certified (or gain certifications before start date)
  2. Competitive swim experience (preferred)
  3. Swim Coaching experience (leadership experience preferred)
  4. Candidates must possess integrity, strong communications skills; and an ability to instill passion in young swimmers


  1. Salary + Benefits

Flashes Aquatics Assistant Coaches

  • Level of Commitment Part Time
  • Position Type Assistant Coach
  • Level of Team Club
  • Sport Swimming
Flashes Aquatics

Date posted: February 23, 2022

Location: 6215 S Franklin Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46259, USA

with Flashes Aquatics

Flashes Aquatics (Indianapolis, IN) 

Devoted to Athletes. Dedicated to Character. Driven to Excellence. 

Flashes Aquatics (FA) is a Level Two USA swim club, founded in 2003. FA serves swimmers on the southeast side of  Indianapolis. Operating out of the Franklin Central High School Natatorium in Franklin Township, with an 8-lane  indoor 25y/25m pool with separate diving well, the club has approximately 180 year-round members. FA is a stable  club with an excellent foundation poised for continued growth.  

Flashes Aquatics is seeking an Assistant Coach for the competitive swim program. The Assistant Coach is expected to  mentor athletes, be responsible for their practice group(s); producing the highest attainable levels of competitive  excellence in individual and team performance.  

Practice Administration 

  1. Assists setting workout groups and criteria for advancement. 
  2. Assists with oversight seasonal training plans for all youth groups and communicates same to swimmers and  parents. 
  3. Encourages athlete practice attendance to ensure individual improvement. 
  4. Oversees daily attendance by coaches for all groups through On Deck. 
  5. Oversees the establishments of individual goals for all Age Group swimmers and higher swimmers  6. Is on-deck 20 minutes prior to practice time. 
  6. Communicates with all swimmers, parents, coaches, and officials in a constructive, consistent and  professional manner.  

Program Management 

  • Continues to foster positive team attitudes, encourage self-discipline, sportsmanship, and responsibility.  ● Develops the technique of the youth in all 4 strokes  
  • Teaches the swimmers to love the sport of swimming 
  • Encourages and support growth of the FA club and lessons programs through hands-on interaction with club  members and strategic planning.  
  • Upholds the USA Swimming and FA code of conduct among swimmers and coaches. 

Coaching & Training Management 

  • Designs and oversee training/practice plans for the lightning and thunder groups. 
  • Head Age Group Coach of our youth and ongoing senior-group coaching assistance. 
  • Oversees progression of athletes at all levels of the program and work with the Head Coach to determine  group levels for individual swimmers.  
  • Develops/promotes drills and workouts that connect to young kids at all levels of the program.  ● Motivates and encourages all coaches on staff to better themselves and train. 


  • Must love working with kids. 
  • Some coaching experience preferred. 
  • College degree preferred but not required.  
  • Willing to learn and work with the head coach.  
  • Must have knowledge of writing workouts and pool operations.  

Compensation – Hourly wages based on qualifications & experience.  

How to Apply – Please submit resume to Head Coach Dalton Herendeen at [email protected]

Summer Swim Camp – Camp Director

  • Level of Commitment Full Time
  • Position Type Other
  • Level of Team Other
  • Sport Swimming
Swimming Simply

Date posted: February 22, 2022

Location: Denver, CO, USA

with Swimming Simply


Have a passion for teaching and working with kids and love to swim? Join our awesome swim family! The Summer Swim Camp Director position at Swimming Simply is the most important and demanding role within the company. This Swim Camp position is specifically for coaching our new swim camps. Swim Camps are for 6-13 year olds who have some swimming ability.  The Swim Camp Director Swim Coach will be responsible for managing 6-8 staff members, ensuring safety of the camp, and overseeing all camp operations. 


We believe that everyone can swim.

Swimming Simply was started by a passionate swimmer and mother in the Denver area who noticed a gap in swim offerings. While there were plenty of opportunities in her area for young children to learn to swim and a few very competitive swim teams for school-age children there was very little offered for kids who can swim but need support with stroke development and an opportunity to learn to love the water. In addition, there was next to nothing available for adults learning to swim or looking for year round swim exercise programs. Swimming Simply was born to help fill these gaps and offer programming for children and adults who were ready to take their swimming abilities to the next level.

At Swimming Simply, we focus on the fundamentals, regardless of the level of swimmer. We ensure that you will be able to swim for life, and we nurture a true love for the sport.  We train our coaches well and they are excellent role models and instructors. 


Swimming Simply employees know what it means to be a vital part of a team, want to grow, and like to have fun at work. We value having divergent thinkers who bring various experiences and viewpoints to the table at Swimming Simply. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented groups to apply.


North High School: 2960 Speer Blvd, Denver, CO

Other locations potentially available


Weeks of: 

  • June 6th-10th, 8-4pm
  • June 13th-17th, 8-4pm
  • June 20th-24th, 8-4pm
  • June 27th-July 1st, 8-4pm
  • July 5th-8th,8-4pm
  • July 11th-15th, 8-4pm
  • July 18th-22nd, 8-4pm 


An opportunity to join a growing business and team of entrepreneurs that are passionate about building swimming skills across all communities in the Denver area and like to have fun while doing so.

This is a temporary, part time position that does not include healthcare benefits nor vacation time accrual.


  • Manage 6-8 swim coaches
  • Communicate with parents
  • Ensure proper check-in and check-out procedures
  • Provide continuous, positive corrective feedback to students and customers on their swimming efforts.
  • Ability to create new approaches to serve the different needs of program participants.
  • Ensure swimmer safety at all times.
  • Maintain proper equipment and time organization to ensure timely camp start times.
  • Provide families with individualized feedback on their swimmers in a format that will be shared during training.
  • Maintain proper dress code standards as outlined in the employee handbook.


  • Bachelor’s Degree required
  • At least 21 years of age
  • Demonstrated experience as a competitive swimmer 
  • Knowledge of swimming and ability to teach at all age groups and various levels
  • At least 2-3, seasons of verifiable experience teaching children to swim or coaching a swim team.
  • At least 2 years of experience working or leading Swim Camps
  • Current CPR & First Aid certification
  • Current Lifeguard certification strongly preferred but not required
  • Special consideration given for those with a current Water Safety Instructor (WSI) certification
  • Demonstrated ability to recognize and remedy hazardous and dangerous situations
  • Patience and the ability to communicate with all ages and levels of students, parents and caregivers, and other Swimming Simply staff 
  • Reliable, self-motivated and friendly
  • Must have a passion for the water and working with children
  • Must be able to lift, push and pull up to 50 pounds in weight
  • Must be able to pass a criminal background check.



$25-$32/hour, depending on experience

Bonuses available, depending on performance of the camp and the company


Swim Instructor

  • Level of Commitment Part Time
  • Position Type Other
  • Level of Team Other
  • Sport Swimming

Date posted: February 22, 2022

Location: 1201 South Interstate 35 Frontage Road, Round Rock, TX, USA

with ReadyGoSwim

ReadyGoSwim Job Description.

ReadyGoSwim is currently seeking a Swim Instructor to teach swim lessons at our facility located in Round Rock. This is a great opportunity for an individual seeking a flexible schedule in a growing community. This is a chance to work with and educate new parents and young infants, children and adults in the world of water safety and introducing swim techniques.

ReadyGoSwim Instructor Benefits:

Flexible work hours – Days, Evenings and Weekends.

Currently seeking weekday mornings

Training to be given prior to starting position

Competitive Hourly Rate

Qualifications Desired:

2+ years of experience preferred.

Passion for teaching and working with all ages

Professional, courteous, and enthusiastic.

CPR and First aid trained.

Detail oriented, self-motivated and able to work independently

Good communication skills at all levels

Employment Type