Swim Job: Glenmark Aquatic Foundation seeks Head Swim Coach

JOB DESCRIPTION

The Glenmark Aquatic Foundation seeks a head swimming coach.

Glenmark Aquatic Foundation logoREQUIREMENTS

The candidate must have an established record of developing an age group program of national excellence.

Resilience and adaptability are essential qualities to succeed in this job. Ability to inspire a team, passion for the sport and love of working with young swimmers are other important qualities we seek in the candidate.

DUTIES

Lead a nationwide initiative at talent development with a focus on high performance training at multiple centres over the next 10 years.

HOW TO APPLY

Send in your detailed resume to: [email protected] 

DEADLINE

March 31st, 2015

ABOUT GLENMARK AQUATIC FOUNDATION

We are a not for profit organization established by Glenmark Pharmaceuticals limited, a billion dollar global company.

Glenmark Aquatic Foundation (GAF) is helping transform the sport of swimming in India. GAF has entered into an agreement with the Swimming Federation of India for this purpose.

GAF has made a long term commitment to support the sport. It is working with strategic partners, such as ASCA, the SFI and others to achieve the challenging goals.

Swimming Job is courtesy of the Glenmark Aquatic Foundation.

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shalini joshi

Would like to know how u can help junior swimmers to b proud indian olympians

Rakesh kumar singh

Want swimming coach job in glenmark aquatic club……

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