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Western Illinois University- Graduate Assistant Diving Coach

Western Illinois University

with Western Illinois University

Institution: Western Illinois University

Position: Graduate Assistant- Diving Coach

 

Western Illinois University is located in Macomb, IL , and is a member of the Summit League Conference. Information about the team can be found at www.goleathernecks.com.  Information about the university can be found at www.wiu.edu.

 

Job Description:  Western Illinois University Men’s and Women’s Diving program is seeking candidates for a Graduate Assistant Diving Coach starting in the Fall 2016. The responsibilities will be to assist the Head Swimming Coach in all areas of the swimming program. Knowledge of seasonal planning and implementation of diving program, recruiting, designing different dryland activities, stretching, and prehab activities are preferred. Please send resumes, college transcript, and the names of three references to Greg Naumann, Head Men and Women’s Swimming and Diving Coach, via email [email protected]

Requirements: The candidate must have their undergraduate degree and must be admitted to a graduate program. Admission requirement for an assistantship is a cumulative 3.0 GPA, and the appointed individual must maintain a 3.0 minimum GPA while in graduate school.

 

Resumes will be accepted until the position has been filled, but applicants should have their information in by May 31, 206. Any questions, email Head Coach Greg Naumann at [email protected] or 660-216-7845.

Swim Job: Swim Lessons Instructor – Pine Crest School

Pine Crest School

with Pine Crest School

Position: Part Time (Hourly) Swim Lessons Instructor- Pine Crest School

Job Description: We are looking for a fun, dependable, enthusiastic instructor to join our team in the Fort Lauderdale location. Swim lessons instructor will teach all levels, starting from as young as 2 years old. We conduct our swim lessons on weekday afternoons. This position is part time and paid hourly.

The main responsibilities for this position include but are not limited to:
Ensuring safety of the participants
Teaching basic survival skills in the water
Teaching all four swimming strokes
Providing a fun and positive atmosphere
Communicate appropriately and professionally with students, guardians and colleagues
Follow emergency procedures and school rules
The candidates must have excellent knowledge of all four swimming strokes and teaching techniques and have experience teaching swim lessons. Water safety or lifeguard certification is a plus. A full background check screening and fingerprinting will be required. Please include full resume and two references.

Position will remain open until filled.

Pine Crest Swimming, one of the premier Swim Teams in South Florida is located at the campus of Pine Crest School: Established in 1934, Pine Crest School embraces a heritage of family and family values. Every student, parent, and faculty member shares an intangible tie to Pine Crest, and that sense of connection within our school community is our strongest and dearest tradition.
Our founder Dr. Mae McMillan established Pine Crest in 1934 with an educational vision to encourage academic achievement, athletic accomplishments, and cultural appreciation.

How to apply:
E-mail resume to [email protected]
Contact Information:
Tonya Hammond
Swim Lessons Director
[email protected]
954-492-1173

Age Group Coach (es)

with Potomac Marlins

Job Description:

The Potomac Marlins are a coach owned and operated, multi-facility USA Swimming program entering our 25th season with a current membership of 650 swimmers.   We are seeking highly energetic, enthusiastic and inspirational Full Time / Part Time Age Group coaches for our Central Park Aquatic Center (CPAC) Manassas VA area program and our Cub Run Rec. Center Chantilly VA program.  Positions at both facilities are available immediately for the remainder of the current 2015-16 Short Course season (May 2016), summer Long Course season and the upcoming 2016-17 Short Course season which begins in September 2016.

Qualifications:

  • 3+ years USAS Coaching experience (5 yrs. preferred).
  • ASCA 2 or higher
  • Former accomplished swimmer with personal swimming background (preferred).
  • Current Certification requirements per USAS standards (CPR, First Aid, Swim Coaches safety, Clear background screen, Clear Social Media check, Passing Athlete Protection Course).
  • Ability to work with/learn Team Unify and Hytek software.
  • Must have excellent skills in Stroke Technique Instruction and Correction.
  • Excellent inter-personnel and communications skills (verbal & written). Positive demeanor and approachable.  Strong Leadership, Organizational and Managerial Skills

Responsibilities & Expectations:

  • Represent Potomac Marlins in a professional and mature manner at all times.
  • Strive to be a positive ROLE MODEL for all Potomac Marlins swimmers.
  • Coordinate with Team’s Head Coach and Primary Site Coach to develop seasonal training plan for practice groups. Responsible for writing workouts and running Age Group workout groups within the philosophy of the program.
  • Attending all swim meets in which swimmers from personal practice groups are attending. (Not to exceed two meets per month).
  • Participate in all staff meetings as required by Head Coach/owner.
  • Monthly/weekly/daily communications with Member families and Owners as necessary.
  • Responsible for Meet Entries (review and approving) for practice groups. Coordinate with Primary Site Coach regarding Meet Entry process and post meet review of CPAC swimmer meet results.
  • Meet set-up and take-down assistance for Hosted/sponsored meets as required by Head coach.
  • Attendance at annual awards ceremony and team events functions.
  • Provide Goal meetings with athletes as/if necessary.
  • Play an active role in recruiting activities in conjunction with the owners throughout the year.
  • Dealing with disciplinary issues per team policies and in coordination with Head Coach/Owners and Primary Site Coach.
  • Monitoring daily practice attendance.
  • Maintain education within the sport.

Wage

  • $20-30/hr. pending experience.
    Available Hours:

    • Cub Run: M-W-F mornings 4:30- 6:00 a.m. Saturday Mornings 6:00- 9:30 a.m. M-T-W-Th afternoons 5:30- 8:00/9:00 p.m.
    • CPAC: M-T-W-TH-F mornings 5:00- 6:30 a.m. Saturday 6:30-9:00 a.m.

M-T-W-TH-F evenings 5:30- 7:30 p.m.

  • Travel meet expenses, certifications, outfitting and coach education expenses covered by team.
  • Available hours are offered as afternoon only, morning only, or can be combined for one position.

 

 

Head Women’s Swimming & Diving Coach

Western State Colorado University

with Western State Colorado University

Western State Colorado University is seeking qualified candidates to fill the position of Head Women’s Swimming & Diving Coach. This is a full-time, twelve-month position with a salary of $31,000.

 DUTIES:  Responsibilities include providing leadership, planning, organizing, and administering all aspects of the Swimming & Diving program with emphasis on skill development, training and conditioning, and the maintenance of a strong academic environment. Duties include scheduling, budget management, fundraising, and recruiting highly qualified student-athletes within University and NCAA guidelines.

QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s Degree preferred. Minimum of three years collegiate Swimming & Diving coaching experience preferred. Knowledge of NCAA Division II Swimming & Diving practices and regulations, must become NCAA II recruiting certified, ability to establish good rapport and relationships with players, administrators, staff, alumni and the general public. Must have proven administrative, organizational and recruiting skills.

The College at Brockport Graduate Assistant Coach

The College at Brockport Swimming and Diving

with The College at Brockport Swimming and Diving

The Graduate Assistant coach will report the to the Head Swimming Coach/Aquatics Director and be involved in every aspect of the NCAA Division III program.  Recruiting, team travel, on-deck technique and practice implementation, strength training, fundraising and any other duties that arise.

Requirements:

Bachelor’s Degree, CPR/First aid/Lifeguard certified, collegiate swimming experience (previous coaching experience preferred), a thorough understanding of the recruiting process, an open mind and a desire to learn ( Brockport is one of the first race-pace trained teams in college swimming)

Tuition, $10,000 and a meal plan provided.

 

 

Florida Gulf Coast University Volunteer Swimming & Diving Assistants — 2 Positions

Florida Gulf Coast University

with Florida Gulf Coast University

 

FGCU is seeking individuals to fill two available positions — Volunteer Swimming Assistant & Volunteer Diving Assistant Coach

Description:

FGCU is taking applications to for Volunteer Assistant coach in both swimming & diving.  The position reports directly to the Head Swimming & Diving Coach and is an opportunity to learn all aspects of coaching and administering a Division 1 Swimming and Diving program while working under Atlantic Sun Conference, Coastal Collegiate Sports Association and Division 1 NCAA rules and regulations.

Responsibilities:

Assist with daily operations of swimming and diving program
Assist with coaching responsibilities during scheduled practice
Assist with video analysis of technique of student athletes
Assist with sport science support of student athletes
Assist with strength and conditioning of student athletes
Assist with recruitment of Student-Athletes to the Swimming and Diving Program
Learn and develop knowledge in compliance with University, A Sun, CCSA and NCAA rules and regulations
Assist with meet management duties
Aid in the development and assist in monitoring academic progress
Assist with Camps/Clinics/Lessons and other programming developed and organized by the Head Coach
These duties and responsibilities, as well as other assigned duties, will be instrumental in the role of Volunteer Assistant Coach.

Qualifications:

Minimum Education Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree
Experience in collegiate competition is preferred
Knowledge of some technical areas, as well as competition training and technique
Basic computer skills
Good communication skills, work ethic and ability to learn quickly

How to apply:

Send an email expressing your interest for either position with a resume to Neal Studd, Head Swimming & Diving Coach [email protected]
— Please include 3 professional references
Any questions about the position can be sent to Amanda Smith, Assistant Coach [email protected]

Missouri State University- Graduate Assistant Position

Missouri State University Swimming & Diving

with Missouri State University Swimming & Diving

The Department of Athletics at Missouri State University (NCAA Division 1) is now accepting applications for the Graduate Assistant Swimming Coach position. The Graduate Assistant will assist in all aspects of the program, from coaching student-athletes, season planning, team travel, and recruiting. Unlike many other college graduate assistant positons, you will be relied on to design and implement workouts and oversee the training and development of a group of student-athletes. In addition, you will also be gaining valuable experience by completing daily duties for the program.

This is a great opportunity for individuals that are aspiring to be full time college coaches. This position provides full tuition toward a graduate degree as well as a monthly living stipend. Applicants must be accepted into the Missouri State University graduate school and meet minimum requirement required for graduate assistantship. For graduate assistantship requirements and to apply, please go to http://graduate.missouristate.edu/currentstudents/.   Interested applicants should submit cover letter, resume and references to Missouri State University Head Swimming & Diving Coach, Dave Collins at [email protected] or Dave Collins, Head Swimming and Diving Coach, 901 S. National Ave, Springfield MO 65897.

Widener University Men’s and Women’s Swimming Graduate Assistant Coach Position

Widener University Swimming

with Widener University Swimming

Responsibilities

The Graduate Assistant Coach for Men’s and Women’s Swimming will report to the Director of Aquatics/Head Swim and Dive Coach and assist in all phases of the Men’s and Women’s Swimming and Diving season. Assist the coaching staff with the organization and direction of all aspects of the NCAA Division III Swim and Dive team. Specific duties include, but are not limited to, assisting the head coach with planning and implementation of daily practices, strength workout management, recruitment of prospective student-athletes, meet management duties, academic monitoring and fundraising events.

Requirements

Preferred candidate should have competitive swimming experience at the collegiate level (previous coaching experience desirable), a Bachelor’s degree and must be accepted into one of our graduate programs. Candidate should have lifeguard, CPR, first aid certifications. To apply for Widener University Graduate School please visit: http://www.widener.edu/admissions/graduate/default.aspx

Tuition and a $5,500 stipend will be provided.

www.widenerpride.com

Aquatics Instructor

Rocky Run YMCA

with Rocky Run YMCA

Imagine going to work knowing that what you do each day positively influences the lives of individuals and families in your community.

The Rocky Run YMCA is seeking a dedicated and passionate professional to serve as an Aquatic Instructor level II at their offsite pool in Garnet Valley.

 

What you’ll do:

 

·         Conduct aquatic classes in accordance with YMCA standards

·         Provide a safe environment that allows members and participants to learn

·         Evaluate swimming and certification skills

·         Serve as a lifeguard as needed

 

What you need to succeed:

 

·         At least 18 years old with a high school diploma or equivalent

·         Current YMCA or American Red Cross Swim Lesson Instructor and Lifeguard Certifications

·         Current American Red Cross CPR/AED and First Aid certifications

 

Some benefits and perks of working at the Y:

 

Flexible work schedule, a free family membership, discounted programming, participation in the Y Retirement Fund, health and wellness benefits, and opportunities for continuing education and professional training and development.

 

Aquatic Director

Rocky Run YMCA

with Rocky Run YMCA

Imagine going to work knowing that what you do each day positively influences the lives of individuals and families in your community.

The Rocky Run YMCA is seeking a hardworking and dedicated professional to serve as their Aquatic Director.

 

What you’ll do:

·         Provide leadership in the overall development, implementation, promotion, and administration of aquatics programs

·         Ensure that aquatics programs and services are delivered with high quality in accordance with standards and statutory rules and regulations

·         Supervise all Aquatic programs; hire, train, schedule and supervise of all Aquatics Staff

 

What you need to succeed:

·           21 years of age with Bachelor’s degree in related field with 2 years of related experience

·           Current YMCA or American Red Cross Lifeguard, CPR/AED for Professional Rescuer and First Aid

certifications and swim lesson or lifeguard instructor certification

 

Some benefits and perks of working at the Y:

 

Flexible work schedule, a free family membership, discounted programming, participation in the Y Retirement Fund, health and wellness benefits, and opportunities for continuing education and professional training and development.

 

Assistant Men’s/Women’s Swim Coach

with Oakland University

Oakland University in Rochester, MI is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Assistant Men’s/Women’s Swim Coach for Athletics Administration.

To assist the Head Coach in administering all aspects of an educationally sound and competitive Division I men’s and women’s swimming and diving program, within the rules and policies of the NCAA, Conference, and Oakland University. Assist the Head Coach in developing the program’s student-athletes academically and athletically, and in creating a positive, first-class experience for the student-athletes.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

 

  • Bachelor’s degree is required.
  • Minimum of 3 years coaching experience.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, ability to promote a positive and creative workplace.
  • Ability to perform all job duties in a manner consistent with NCAA, conference and University rules, regulations, ordinances, policies, procedures and guidelines.
  • Proficiency in use of HY-TEK Meet Manager/Team Manager software and Colorado Timing Systems.
  • First Aid, CPR, AED and Safety Training Certifications.

 

Desired Qualifications:

 

  • Master’s degree.
  • Collegiate coaching experience, preferably at the Division I level.
  • Experience, knowledge, and understanding of all aspects of collegiate swimming.
  • Proven ability to recruit elite student-athletes regionally, nationally, and internationally.
  • Demonstrated ability to work effectively to promote the program and Oakland University Athletics.

 

Unless otherwise required by an applicable collective bargaining agreement, all minimum, additional and desired qualifications are preferred, but qualifications, degrees, and/or experience deemed comparable and/or equivalent by Oakland University in its sole and exclusive discretion may be considered.

 

This is a full time, Individual Contract position, which requires some evenings and weekends. Compensation commensurate with education and experience. First consideration will be given to those who apply by May 16, 2016.

 

Must apply for this position online to: https://jobs.oakland.edu

 

For more information on Oakland University’s salary structure and fringe benefits, please go to our website at www.oakland.edu faculty & staff benefits and compensation.  Oakland University, as an equal opportunity institution, is committed to compliance with all federal and state laws prohibiting discrimination. Oakland University prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, age, height, weight, familial status, marital status, disability, creed, sexual orientation, veteran status and other prohibited factors in employment, admissions, educational programs and activities. Inquiries or complaints may be addressed to Oakland University, Director of Inclusion/Intercultural Initiatives.  Department of Inclusion/Intercultural Initiatives, 203 Wilson Hall, Rochester, Michigan  48309-4401.

Assistant Men’s & Women’s Swim Coach

Whitman College

with Whitman College

Position is full-time during the academic year; some summer recruiting hours; and includes a benefit package. Responsibilities include: assisting in all areas of recruitment with opportunity to serve as recruiting coordinator, assisting with all aspects of training and competition, facilitating a dry land program, management of home events, administrative duties, travel arrangements, fund raising, camps and clinics, and other duties as assigned. Knowledge of NCAA Division III rules and ability to identify and recruit qualified student-athletes is a must.

 

Requirements include a bachelor’s degree; at least two years successful coaching experience at the collegiate, club, or high school level; CPR/AED and either Lifeguarding or Safety Training for Swim Coaches certification; valid driver’s license and ability to successfully pass background check, driving record check, and ability to pass a physical.

 

The ideal candidate will show collegiate coaching experience and the desire to make college coaching a career. He/she will have the opportunity to take advantage of educational and mentoring opportunities present in this position. The ideal candidate will also demonstrate outstanding skill instruction and stroke analysis; the ability to motivate swimmers in both training and competitive realms; experience with dry land programs for swimmers; strong administrative and computer skills, particularly with Hy-Tek software, Front Rush database management, and video analysis; excellent organizational and interpersonal skills; and an appreciation for the role of intercollegiate athletics in a highly selective academic environment, along with the desire to help student-athletes strive for excellence and balance in that rigorous setting.

Aquatics Director for Bay Club Santa Clara (California)

Bay Club Santa Clara

with Bay Club Santa Clara

Looking for a professional aquatics manager who desires to work in a fast paced, energetic, and entrepreneurial atmosphere. The position requires expertise in swimming, strong leadership, customer service, and the ability to own the program from top to bottom.

GENERAL SUMMARY OF POSITION

The Aquatics Director is an exempt position whose primary responsibility is the financial success of the Aquatics Program through the on-going creation and/or development of staff, programs, services, facilities, and most importantly safety. The Aquatics Director will provide leadership to aquatics Associates to ensure that member needs are met and that the experience delivered surpasses expectations.  The Aquatics Director will be required on a daily basis to exercise discretion and independent judgment in ensuring that the Aquatics Program is successful and that the aquatics Associates are adequately developed.

Aquatics Management

  • The creation, development and implementation of programming for aquatics center including recreational, educational and fitness programming for all ages and abilities. Also includes responsibility for swim team, swim instruction, swim programming, masters and water aerobics.
  • Develop and introduce new services and programs on an ongoing basis; track utilization including capacity/availability, male/female, member/non-member, etc.
  • Aquatics operations including customer service, communication, marketing, purchasing, program development, implementation and evaluation
  • Daily walk through of the aquatics areas to ensure a clean, organized, safe, and well maintained facility, paying special attention to cleanliness, service delivery, and member interaction

Financial Accountability

  • Manage financial performance of the aquatic program through achievement of sales and revenue targets, expense management, proper planning and forecasting, and retention
  • Track, report and analyze the details of financial operation
  • Prepare and implement action plans to meet or exceed monthly financial goals
  • Assist club management in development of  annual operating and capital budgets, as well as long term growth strategy
  • Review applicable financial statements and reports

Communication and Relationships

  • Effectively and professionally interacts and communicates with senior management, managers, other Associates, vendors, members, senior staff, and guests.
  • Promote harmonious relations among members, staff, vendors, and the community at-large.
  • Communicate timely and follow up, as appropriate.
  • Active participation in required events, required programs, required meetings and required trainings.

Corporate Goals & Objectives

  • Promote the company’s safety goals and actively work towards ensuring a safe working environment.
  • Interpret and ensure compliance with company policies and procedures.
  • Actively further Aquatics objectives and continuously support improvement and positive change, which includes participating on corporate designated committees to improve the company and business operations.
  • Make professional development a consistent priority.
  • Active participation in meetings and training programs
  • Flexibility in work schedule, as job may require day and evening shifts, weekends and holidays

EXPERIENCE & EDUCTION

  • Current CPR, First Aid and AED Certifications
  • Minimum of 5 years prior Aquatics management experience
  • Minimum  three (3) years previous supervisory experience in customer service preferred
  • Demonstrated ability to support and develop diverse environment.
  • Lifeguard Instructor preferred
  • Certified Pool Operator (CPO) preferred
  • Current Red Cross Lifeguard Certification, WSI preferred

Team Sales Representative – Mobile, AL

Swim and Tri

with Swim and Tri

Team Sales Representative – Mobile, AL

Position Summary:

Swim and Tri is a swimming and triathlon team dealer based out of Knoxville, TN with locations in Mobile, AL and Richmond, VA. The Team Sales Representative is based out of our Mobile, AL store and is responsible for managing and overseeing team accounts in the Alabama/Mississippi/Florida region. The individual in this position responds accurately and efficiently to our customer needs via phone and email. Must be resourceful, have a positive attitude and ability to work in a fast paced environment. Successful candidate has strong problem solving skills, is independent, responsible, and works with dedication, follow through, and friendliness.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide exceptional customer service via phone, email, or in person. Answers all calls and emails promptly

  • Presents features, benefits, quotes and pricing proposals of Swim and Tri’s products, programs, and services to current and prospective customers

  • Responsible for having customer orders placed into admin system in a timely manner

  • Communicate effectively with team accounts and co-workers

  • Recruit/Develop new team accounts

  • Focus sales efforts by studying existing and potential opportunities

  • Provide detailed notes regarding all interactions with team accounts

  • Maintain strong working relationships with new and existing accounts and entire team sales staff

  • Solve problems and recommend solutions to clients and management to meet and exceed the expectations of our teams

  • Maintain high energy and a positive attitude when dealing with all customers, co-workers, and vendors

  • Meet daily, weekly, and monthly goals that are set on a consistent basis

  • Weekend swim meet setup/service as needed

  • Retail store sales/service as needed

  • Other duties as assigned relating to the role

Requirements:

  • Must be organized, diligent, and reliable in order to accomplish daily, weekly, and monthly goals

  • Must be self-motivated, enthusiastic and responsible with excellent written and verbal communications skills

  • Proficient use of Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel and Windows software

  • Great phone personality. Fast typing skills a plus

  • Professional Appearance and Attitude

  • College degree

  • Reliable transportation, job will require some travel

  • Competitive Swim Background is a plus!

COMPENSATION: Full time salary based upon experience. Includes contributions to health, dental, & 401k

REPORTS TO: Owner and Regional Sales Manager

Please send resume and cover letter to Robert Collins, Regional Sales Manager – [email protected]

Full-Time Head Swim Coach – Gainesville, GA

Splash Aquatic Club / Gainesville Parks and Recreation

with Splash Aquatic Club / Gainesville Parks and Recreation

***THIS POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED*******************************************************
***POSITION IS NO LONGER AVAILABLE***************************************************
COMPETITIVE SWIMMING HEAD COACH
GAINESVILLE PARKS AND RECREATION
Posting Date: April 29,2016
Job Code: 5174-382
Closing Date: Open Until Filled
Grade: 1021
Exempt Pay Range: Hourly: $16.49-$26.39 /Annual: $34,299–$54,891
Work Status: Full Time
Benefits: (Insurance, Life Insurance, Paid Time Office, Retirement, etc.)
Application: www.gainesville.org/jobs
JOB SUMMARY
The Head Coach reports to the Division Manager and is responsible of all daily operations of the swim team, and implementation of the vision and annual goals set forth by Gainesville Parks and Recreation. This includes but is not limited to meet entries, assistant/associate coach recruitment, hiring and supervision, technique and workout development, and goal setting and review.
MAJOR JOB RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Development of a program and philosophy that emphasizes the teaching of technical skills while striving to build swimmer’s confidence, endurance and training level;
  • Use of positive reinforcement, goal setting, team identity and motivational techniques to assist swimmers in meeting their personal goals and potential;
  • Promote the atmosphere that stresses a unified team concept, emphasizes the importance of each individual’s contribution to the team, and the subsequent commitment required;
  • Supervise practice sessions, arriving ahead of time and leaving only after all team activities have commenced;
  • Develop a written plan for the entire season and keep the Division Manager apprised of significant additions, deletions or changes to program. Prepare written practice workouts and supervise, oversee, assist the Assistant Coaches with same;
  • Attend all meets where Splash Aquatic Club (SAC) team members are participating.
  • Be the USA Swimming representative for the Splash Aquatic Club;
  • On a regular basis discuss with swimmers their performance at meets and progress throughout the year through the implementation of written goals for each swimmer (kept in an individual log book), and on a regular basis reevaluate these goals both for the team and individual swimmer;
  • Supervise, provide direction and feedback to Assistant Coaching staff, and participate in their annual evaluation process;
  • Conduct quarterly parent meetings to discuss the goals, achievements, status of the swimming program and reinforcement of the vision of the swim team;
  • Conducts all aspects of pool operations in conjunction with other full-time staff members to ensure the health, safety, and sanitation;
  • Assures that all patrons and staff adhere to GPRA policies and regulations and effectively mediates and handles all patron and/or staff disciplinary actions;
  • Complete and submit all required reports on a daily, weekly, monthly basis to include short and long range aquatic plans, budget, goals and capital needs;
  • Responsible for properly opening and securing the aquatics complex daily.
  • Execute and enforce any proclamation for the Director, Deputy Director, FMACC Division Manager, Aquatics Manager or higher authority;
  • Performs other related duties as required.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED
Education and Experience:
  • Preferred Associate’s degree with focus in Physical Education/Exercise Physiology, Recreation, Sports Management or related degree
  • Minimum of three (3) years experience in a swim team coaching capacity
  • Any equivalent combination of education and experience, which provides the minimum level of qualifications, stated above.
Licenses and Certifications:
  • Current swimming Coach Certification (ASCA Level II or higher)
  • Must be a registered USA Swimming Coach
  • Ability to obtain American Red Cross LG, Water Safety Instructor, First Aid and CPR/AED certification within 3 months of employment
  • Certified Pool Operator/Aquatic Facility Operator certification preferred
  • Valid Class C Driver’s License and a satisfactory Motor Vehicle Record (MVR).
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
  • Must not be a head coach or an assistant coach for any other swim team (ie: summer club teams, high school teams).
  • Competitive swimming experience from USA sanctioned Swim Club by swimming or College competition team.
  • Knowledge and application of sound competitive swimming skills, stroke mechanics and the ability to implement and teach these skills in a positive, healthy manner.
  • Coach swimmers in dry-land joint and core strength building and cardiovascular conditioning.
  • Display strong writing and verbal communication, organizational, and leadership skills.
  • Recruit and retain swimmers and stay current of trends in aquatics.
  • Annually attend workshops and courses set forth in the annual work plan developed with the Aquatics Manager.
  • Demonstrate personal characteristics that will provide appropriate leadership to swimmers, parents, community and the USA Swimming World.
  • Develop a professional network with other USA Swimming Coaches, High Schools and Colleges.

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