Swim Job: Sea Devils Swimming Seeks Age Group Coaches

JOB DESCRIPTION

Sea Devil Swimming logoSea Devils Swimming is looking for several age group coaches for the upcoming Short Course season. This season starts 8 September 2014 and continues through 22 May 2015.

We are interested in motivated coaches who enjoy working with swimmers between the ages of 6 and 14.

COACHING EXPERIENCE SHOULD INCLUDE:

• ASCA Level 1 certification and/or comparable summer league coaching experience
• Strong communication skills: verbal, written, and internet
• A background and/or interest in marketing
• Hytek TM/MM experience preferred
• An interest in continuing education

Our programs are offered between 4:30-7:00 AM and 3:00-6:00 PM at our Virginia Pools (South Run, Audrey Moore, and Tuckahoe) and between 5:00-6:30 AM and 5:00-8:30 PM at our Maryland and District Pools (St. Albans, Wilson High School, The Lab School and Holton Arms).
Interested individuals are asked to submit a resume including coaching and/or teaching experience, swimming experience, and references.
Please contact Head Coach Peter Karl at [email protected] (301-613-3822) or Melanie McKula at [email protected] (703-283-1182) for more information.

HOW TO APPLY

Contact Head Coach Peter Karl at [email protected] or 301-613-3822

Our team stresses the following three concepts:
• Teaching swim stroke technique as an essential aspect of each practice
• Promoting positive values, respect, and sportsmanship within the pool and community
• Supporting a philosophy of a gradual increase in practice time and commitment for athlete development

Swim Jobs / Swimming News courtesy of the Sea Devils.

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